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    Cassata is a different kind of high school

    As the private, nonprofit outreach school of the Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth, Cassata offers a unique educational model that encourages each student to develop a strategy for success. Cassata helps students overcome their obstacles to education and transforms struggling youth into high school graduates.

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    We rely on your support

    Only 20% of the funds needed to support our program are collected through tuition and fees. That means we need your help to help make a high school diploma possible for years of future Cassata students. Your donation allows Cassata to continue serving students in need regardless of their financial circumstances.

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    Our mission

    To provide an effective, quality education that enables students of all backgrounds to raise their educational level and complete their secondary education.

Latest news

Lunch & Learn Is Coming Up!

Cassata’s Advisory Council, our staff, and our students are hosting an event to help our community learn more about Cassata Catholic High School, the best kept secret in the metroplex! Join us for lunch next Tuesday, Oct. 6th, to discover the answers to any questions you may have about Cassata: What type of school are… Read more »

Thank You For Giving on North Texas Giving Day!

Thanks to the amazing generosity of many donors, Cassata was able to celebrate another fantastic North Texas Giving Day! September 17th marked the 7th annual North Texas Giving Day, and it was once again an incredible day of giving for our community. Individual contributions went even further thanks to the bonus funds and prizes that… Read more »

Class of 2015 Receives Diplomas

The Cassata High School graduating class of spring 2015 received their diplomas at St. Bartholomew Church on May 21. These 23 accomplished and hard-working students walked the stage before a large crowd of family and friends. With the addition of the graduates from December 2014, the total number of graduates for the 2014-15 school year… Read more »

Minilab Encourages Student to Reach Out

After taking a class on human trafficking awareness at Cassata last fall, senior Carrie Flynn volunteered to reach out to victims of sexual exploitation with a Fort Worth nonprofit. The NET teaches a human trafficking awareness minilab class at Cassata. The class meets for a week once a month and helps students gain a deeper understanding of… Read more »

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