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  • Mission Statement

    As an independent, Benedictine Catholic school, Monte Cassino's teachers, parents and students work together to educate each student as a child of God, in innovative ways that challenge the mind, grow the heart and nurture the spirit.
  • Vision Statement

    Built on a legacy of excellence, Monte Cassino School aspires to be among the best Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 8 schools in our nation, preparing students as scholars and forming lives rooted in faith, service, and community.
  • Student Motto

    Every day at Monte Cassino School we do our best so that in all things God may be Glorified.
Monte Cassino School's philosophy is to provide a learning environment which enables students to successfully attain their fullest academic potential in a stimulating and nurturing environment.
"Monte Cassino School is dedicated to the education of each child, focusing on the intellectual, spiritual, social, physical and personal aspects of the student. Monte Cassino respects the dignity of each child, with each child having a right to an education suited to his or her gifts and talents, and accepts students based on their merits.  In all things, Monte Cassino School respects students’ religious, social, ethnic and racial differences, and does not base admission decisions on anything other than a student’s ability to be successful within the school.  

Monte Cassino School leaders embody the Benedictine commitment to excellence and serve primarily to promote school programs that ensure "the strong have something to strive for and that the weak have nothing to fear."- Rule of Benedict 64:19
 
As a Catholic school in Tulsa, we exist primarily to help our students achieve college and heaven through intellectual and spiritual formation in the Benedictine Values. Each grade level is assigned a Benedictine Value to develop them spiritually and drive them academically.

Benedictine Core Values

Each grade carries a focus on a particular Benedictine core value.

Preschool and Kindergarten: To Seek God
First and Second Grade: Prayer
Third Grade: Love of Learning
Fourth Grade: Stewardship of God's Creation
Fifth Grade: Community Living
Sixth Grade: Hospitality
Seventh Grade: Service
Eighth Grade: Simplicity and Balance of Life

Through the community of Benedictine Sisters, Monte Cassino Board members, faculty, staff, parents, students, alumni, and friends, Monte Cassino School provides opportunities for all of its students to Be a Saint.
Monte Cassino is accredited by COGNIA and the Oklahoma State Department of Education and members of the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) and Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS). Monte Cassino operates as an Independent, Catholic, Benedictine School serving children in Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade in the Diocese of Tulsa and Eastern Oklahoma.
  
  
  
  

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  • Monte Cassino Diversity, Hospitality & Inclusion Statement

    Diversity, Hospitality and Inclusion Statement
    Rooted in our mission as a Benedictine, Catholic school for families of all faiths, Monte Cassino School is committed to building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive community through our admission policies, hiring practices, professional development, and school culture. We believe that the diverse points of view of individuals with varied life experiences is a source of wisdom and strength that enriches our school and helps us achieve our vision to prepare students as scholars and form lives rooted in faith, service, and community.
     
    Monte Cassino School respects and affirms the dignity and worth of each member of our community as a child of God. These values of diversity, equity, and inclusion are rooted in our mission; our Benedictine Core Values and our Community Agreement, and it is our expectation that all those affiliated with our school community will uphold and demonstrate these shared values both in spirit and in practice at all times.
     
    Community Agreement
    To create a community of trust, respect, and partnership in fulfilling our mission of forming lives in faith, scholarship, service, and community, we expect all students, parents, faculty, staff, administrators and Directors to honor these commitments to our core values.
     
    Responsibilities of Monte Cassino School:
    • Fulfill the mission and instill our Benedictine core values
    • Represent Monte Cassino by acting kindly, ethically, and with integrity, knowing that
    character matters most
    • Support and abide by the school's policies and procedures, imposing fair and
    appropriate consequences when standards are not met
    • Encourage honest, open, trustworthy and courteous two-way communication toward all
    members of the community
    • Provide a safe and inclusive environment for all, including the expression of different
    points of view and the diversity of our community
    • Provide an environment where students learn to handle success with grace and
    acknowledge failure with dignity, enabling them to grow from all their experiences
    • Provide a healthy and balanced environment where students strive to give their best
    effort without undue stress
    • Be professionally accessible and responsive to parents, keeping them well informed
    through systematic reports, conferences, publications, and informal conversations
    • Actively seek the knowledge needed to educate each learner and to work effectively
    with diverse families
    • Provide a safe and secure campus environment for all members of the Monte Cassino
    community
     
    Responsibilities of MCS Families:
      • Promote and support the mission and core values
      • Represent oneself and Monte Cassino by acting kindly, ethically, and with integrity,
    knowing that character matters most
     
    • Support and abide by the school's policies and procedures, knowing there are fair and appropriate consequences if these standards are not met
    • Act in an honest, open, and trustworthy manner toward all members of the community, seeking information directly from the school, consulting with those best able to address the concerns rather than the rumors
    • Model inclusive behavior by reaching out to all members of the community
    • Respect the professional judgments and decisions made by the faculty, staff, and
    administration
    • Provide a home environment that supports academic achievement, the development of
    character, and positive learning attitudes
    • Take an active interest in the lives of the students, and become appropriately involved
    in the life of the school community
    • Share with the school any religious, cultural, medical, or personal information that the
    school may need to serve the student best
    • Take care and respect the campus environment and follow all campus and
    security/safety procedures
     
    Responsibilities of MCS Students:
    • Uphold the honor code and core values
    • Represent oneself and Monte Cassino by acting kindly, ethically, and with integrity,
    knowing that character matters most
    • Abide by the rules of the school, knowing there are fair and appropriate consequences if
    these standards are not met
    • Participate in open and respectful communication with other students, faculty, staff,
    and parents
    • Extend kindness, be inclusive and contribute to the success of the whole community
    • Learn to handle success with grace and acknowledge failure with dignity, appreciating
    the many challenges and opportunities provided
    • Commit to achieving one's utmost potential as a student in pursuit of learning, not for
    school, but for life
    • Possess a positive attitude, knowing best efforts for continuous improvement will build
    competence and confidence
    • Work to strengthen skills through dedication and diligent preparation, seeking support
    and input when needed
    • Take care and respect the campus environment and follow all campus security/safety
    procedures

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