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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

8th Grade Shadow Day December 10

Cassata High School will be hosting a visitation and shadow day for 8th graders on Wednesday, December 10, from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Eighth graders and their parents are invited to come see Cassata first-hand and experience a day with the students. Faculty and staff will give a presentation and Cassata students will provide tours. A… Read more »

New Team Leads Cassata

The fall at Cassata has been full of changes, welcomes, and fond farewells. In the months following the addition of Patty Kulpa as Academic Dean, two additional personnel shifts took place in the administrative team. President Susan Flood recently announced that she is stepping down due to family circumstances. Susan has worked at Cassata since… Read more »

Academic Dean Guides Students Beyond Graduation

Although each Cassata student comes to school to work toward their high school diploma, a truly well-rounded education takes preparation for the world beyond graduation—a fact that Patty Kulpa knows well. Cassata’s new Academic Dean will be guiding pivotal parts of the innovative Cassata Connections program, which assists students with college and career exploration, college applications, and financial… Read more »

Exciting Changes for the New School Year

As Cassata students arrive for the 2014/15 school year, they will find that things have changed since they left for the summer. First, the entire lower floor of the building has been renovated thanks to generous grants from the Amon G. Carter Foundation and the Rotary Club of Fort Worth. A new room was created… Read more »

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