360 West Magazine’s PRIVATE SCHOOL GUIDE 2021

Cassata Catholic High School

Founded in 1975, Cassata Catholic High School is a private, nonprofit outreach school committed to providing young people with another chance at success. Rooted in Catholic values and guided by Christ’s teaching, Cassata is open to everyone and offers individualized, self-paced curriculum, with morning or afternoon class sessions; students receive syllabi completed in three, six, or nine weeks and do course work at a pace that is conducive to their success. Our student population is a microcosm of our larger society, with students from all backgrounds. While the common goal is for each student to graduate successfully, we also strive to attend to spiritual, emotional, and material needs. Individual success goes far beyond earned grades and credits.

1400 Hemphill St.
Fort Worth 76104
817-926-1745
cassatahs.org

Total Enrollment:
140 students maximum, 9 – 12

Student/Faculty Ratio:
15:1

Accreditation:
TCCB ED, SACS

Academic Achievements:
Students can earn either a high school Foundation (22 credits) or Foundation with Endorsement (26 credits) diploma or GED certificate.

Average ACT score 27.

Enrollment Deadlines:
Open Enrollment