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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

Glam Girls Provides Outreach to Cassata

TCU students in partnership with Rescue Her hosted a Glam Girls event for the young ladies of Cassata in early March. Rescue Her is a local nonprofit that seeks to end human trafficking, and Glam Girls is their outreach program to educate about and help prevent sex trafficking of minors in the U.S. Rescue Her… Read more »

Cassata & Junior Achievement Partner on Career Success

A new partnership with Junior Achievement is introducing Cassata students to career paths and preparing them to be successful when they enter the job force. Founded in 1919, Junior Achievement is a non-profit youth organization that works with local businesses and organizations to deliver experiential programs on the topics of financial literacy, work readiness, and… Read more »

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Welcome to Cassata’s Newest Graduates

On December 12th, Cassata celebrated its fall commencement at Tarrant County College’s Trinity River Campus. After overcoming many obstacles to their education, 17 students received their high school diploma or GED. Their achievement was celebrated by family, friends, and staff. Cassata Board Chairman Jeff Hedglen encouraged students to keep believing in themselves in his commencement… Read more »

Cassata Students Tackle Human Trafficking

TCU faculty member Dr. Vanessa Bouché is working with The Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives (FDFI) to implement a curriculum that makes young adults aware of human trafficking. Cassata was selected as the first high school to receive this curriculum. Dr. Bouché enlisted the help of The NET, a local nonprofit, to teach the human trafficking prevention class at… Read more »

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