Our Story, Mission, and Philosophy
The Order of Saint Augustine founded this private Catholic school in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1926 at the request of the local Catholic bishop, who saw the need for such a school in this fast-growing area of northeastern Oklahoma.
Since its earliest days, Cascia Hall has served the needs of parents and students of all faiths who have found our insistence on the education of the total person very much to their liking. The traditional Cascia Hall program is college preparatory, emphasizing the liberal arts.
Cascia Hall offers the Upper School student a variety of courses, the completion of which prepares the student for entrance into college. The Middle School functions to introduce 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students to a traditional liberal arts curriculum which, at this level, serves as a foundation for studies in the Upper School.
At Cascia Hall, in keeping with the teachings of St. Augustine (354-430 A.D.), we are concerned with educating the whole person spiritually, physically, emotionally, psychologically, and intellectually, to bring each student to a deeper understanding of the gift of life and talents which a loving God has bestowed upon them.