List of 8 frequently asked questions.

  • At what age can students first attend Monte Cassino School?

    Monte Cassino offers a prekindergarten program for three and four-year-old students. In order to attend prekindergarten, a student must be at least three years old by September 1 of the year they are attending.
  • When can I submit my child's application?

    To increase your child's chances of acceptance, it is recommended that you submit their application as early as possible. 
  • Do you have an after school program for my child?

    Monte Cassino School provides options for extended learning and enrichment during the hours that immediately follow the school day for students in prekindergarten through eighth grade. Programs provide supervised play indoors and outdoors, time to complete homework, and more. The After School Care Program remains open on school days until 5:30 p.m.  There are also a variety of extracurricular activities and sports offerings for your students.
  • What are the school hours?

    ECLC
    Three-year-olds
    8:15 AM – 2:15 PM
    Four-year-olds
    8:15 AM – 2:30 PM
    Kindergarten
    8:00 AM – 2:45 PM

    Elementary School
    First through fourth grades
    8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

    Middle School
    Fifth through eighth grades
    8:00 AM – 3:05 PM
  • What type of tests are given to Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten students?

    Students participate in an individual session to examine verbal and non-verbal problem-solving skills. These settings evaluate his or her development areas as well as how well they follow directions and interact with the test administrator.
  • What foreign languages are offered and when?

    In the ECLC, students are introduced to both French and Spanish. In the Elementary School, students take French and Spanish and will be introduced to Latin. Fifth grade students take a foreign language survey class which covers French, Spanish and Latin. Sixth grade students will choose one of these foreign languages to study throughout Middle School.
  • Are siblings of current students guaranteed admission?

    Siblings of current students are not guaranteed admission. Our policy states that every effort is made to accommodate qualified siblings of current students; however, admission decisions are based primarily upon the composite qualifications of the individual candidate.
  • Is Monte Cassino School affiliated with a particular religion?

    Monte Cassino School is a private Catholic school in Tulsa which is affliated with the Sisters of Saint Joseph's Monastery. Our students come from diverse religious backgrounds. It is the goal of the School to foster each student's appreciation of his or her own spiritual beliefs, as well as develop an understanding of the Catholic religion and the religions of other students.