My daughter failed to thrive in public school. I didn't think she had much future, until a very good friend recommended Cassata High. She is happy, learning and anxiety free. Make awesome grades and feeling good about herself. I am forever grateful!
This school is awesome!!! I came here in 2008 (my junior year) and graduated in May of 2010. The two years I spent here were really fun and memorable. The only thing I regret is not coming here sooner. The teachers care so much for the students. The class sizes are small so each student can really focus and get that one on one attention that you don't get at public schools. I would definitely recommend this school for anyone who wants to succeed and create a better future for themselves.
I am glad that this school was here to help me in a time of need. I was not a bad student as some come to believe for alternative schools but had decided to go here after a death in my family. The school not only helped me to catch up from the time I was out dealing with this issue but also helped give me the opportunity to graduate early because the courses are self paced. My teachers were a tremendous help and I graduated in the year we created the program C.H.A.N.C.E.S (Changing How America Notices Continuing Education Schools) I am glad to call this school my alma mater.
My husband and i both attended Cassata and graduated in May 2001. We loved the school and teachers. I would love to find a school like Cassata for my baby boy when he grows up. Next time we are in Texas we will come visit. from Kate and Stuart
I transferred from Nolan catholic high school as a sophmore and graduated in may 2002. Cassata really met my needs with their excellent individual high trained teachers and staff. I miss cassata and everybody who helped me achieve my goals and graduate. Cassata is a wonderful school for anybody and I recommend it to others. I would like to say that I will be back this year to visit everybody and that i say hi. from Nicole Bickelmann