College Connections: Sara Gibson at Carnegie Mellon University

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Which university has produced 52 Tony Award winners and 20 Nobel Laureates? Carnegie Mellon University has the oldest degree-granting School of Drama in the...

The Unsung Heroes of Theater

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When you think about musicals and plays like Mamma Mia! and Twelfth Night, what comes to mind? Maybe it is the energetic acting or...

Off to the Races: Casady Debate is Louisville Bound

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With the end of the year rapidly approaching, many activities have wrapped up and their members have begun to celebrate all their hard work...

How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall?

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Last December, Eddy Kang (‘24) and Julia Janknecht (‘23) performed at the world-famous concert hall. Both Kang and Janknecht were declared winners in the...

The Casady Philharmonic Makes Their Debut at the Civic Center!

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On Sunday, April 3, the Casady Philharmonic made its debut at the Civic Center! We collaborated with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic in one of...

The War in Ukraine: What History Can Teach Us About Modern-Day...

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For nearly three months, Russia and Ukraine have been fighting a bitter war, the end of which seems nowhere in sight. Following Russia’s invasion...

Sports Spotlight: 2022 Cyclones Signing Day

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Approximately eight million high school students in the United States play sports, and according to the NCAA, only 6% will go on to play...

A Multitude of Fall Sport Choices: How Will Softball’s Shift to...

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At Casady, there has always been a tradition of multi-sport athletes, with a large number of students playing on a varsity team all three...

Science Olympiad: The Road to State

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The work it takes to succeed in anything is substantial, but the work the Science Olympiad team puts in is especially incredible. This year,...

A Review of Moana, Jr.

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The story of Moana Jr. is one of Disney’s most beloved tales. When audience members arrived at Fee Theater on March 3rd and 4th...

VIBES: A Celebration of the Arts

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From resounding rock bands to professional paint-offs downtown Edmond has it all. April 7th marked the beginning of VIBES, Edmond’s annual downtown art experience....

Casady Soccer Brought Out of the Cold

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Most everyone with a connection to Casady school has some level of understanding about the decision Casady has made to switch from the SPC...

OSSAA: A Fresh Start for Casady Debate

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Although much of the focus regarding Casady’s planned switch from the SPC to OSSAA involves athletics, the academic programs will also undergo significant changes....

College Connections: Tina Nguyen at Rice University

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At which university did President John F. Kennedy declare the United States would send a man to the moon? On September 12, 1962, President...

A Hard Goodbye: Mr. Kelly Departs Casady

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On January 21, Casady students, faculty, and staff said a hard goodbye to the beloved Mr. Kelly. After fifteen years of service to Casady...

A Departure from Tradition: Casady to Leave the SPC

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Last month, Casady School officially declared its decision to leave the Southwest Preparatory Conference (SPC) and apply for membership in the Oklahoma Secondary School...

New Opportunities in OSSAA: eSports and Academic Bowl

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As Casady has applied for admission to the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activity Association (OSSAA), the school has also opened the door to many new...

Boy’s Basketball Battles in Jim Elliot Crusader Tournament

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On December 11th, the Casady Cyclones Men’s Basketball team walked away from the Jim Elliot Crusader Tournament with a 5th-place finish. Zac Dunn averaged...

National Merit Finalists to Be?

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Every fall, Casady juniors take the PSAT, the first step in being a National Merit Scholar. From there, about 16,000 students next fall are...

College Connections: Katherine Cadzow at the University of Virginia

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What does comedian and actress Tina Fey have in common with poet and author Edgar Allan Poe? Both Fey and Poe attended the University...