Founded in 1926 by the Benedictine Sisters, Monte Cassino School has never lost sight of its original mission – to provide students with an academically challenging curriculum taught in a supportive Catholic environment. Monte Cassino is a coeducational school for students preschool through grade eight, welcoming children of all faiths. The environment of Monte Cassino’s classrooms makes learning exciting and encourages each child to discover and develop his or her unique talents and gifts. The curriculum focuses on preparing students to make a successful transition to higher education and on providing them with skills and values that will serve them for a lifetime.
In addition to classroom instruction, students learn to respect themselves and others through small-group discussion and activities that teach values such as integrity, responsibility and cooperation. Students also participate actively in service projects.
The North Central Association of Schools and Colleges and the State of Oklahoma accredit Monte Cassino. It is the policy of Monte School to admit qualified students without regard to religion, race, gender, national or ethnic origin, or physical challenges.