St. Cassian School
190 Lorraine Avenue, Upper Montclair, NJ 07043
973 746 1636   
info@stcassianschool.org

 

 


Pre K through 8

 
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Engaging in STREAM Through Real-World Learning
Inquiring Minds, Elevated Science
A Winning Season for Track and Field Team
Willy Wonka Jr presented by St. Cassian School and bergenPAC
A Garden of Imagination Art Gallery
Stations of the Cross Reenactment
Ten St. Cassian School Students Were Inducted into the Jr. National Honor Society
Middle School Students engage in STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Arts, and Math) Curriculum to create innovative projects!
Two St. Cassian eighth graders receive a four year scholarship to Regis High School, one of the top High schools in the country
New Middle School Leadership Program Comes to Fruition
Visuals Arts Mentorship
Middle States Accredidation
St Cassian Celebrates National Top Ranked Status
St Cassian School Awarded National Blue Ribbon by the Department of Education
Mini Model Program Has Great Success!
Mock Trial Program
St. Cassian 5K and Kids Fun Run: Saturday, April 9th at 8:30 AM
Eighth Grader Mededith Lynch Wins Two Scholastic Writing Awards!
St Cassian has been nominated as a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence
Regis High School awards Joshua Gilbert a full four year scholarship.
New Ipad Program Enhances Learning
ST Cassian School Students Engage in STEM Activities
Our MIAD Elective Course Program continues creating unique learning expereinces
Individual chromebook deployment for our middle school students brings much excitement!
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Engaging in STREAM Through Real-World Learning

St. Cassian School partners with experts in different fields to bring real-world learning experiences in STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Mathematics) to its students. The school strives to provide its students opportunities that foster awareness of global challenges. It also nurtures leadership by encouraging its students to think critically and creatively in addressing solutions. Through a partnership with Xylem, a water solutions technology company, the students learned from experts about the world’s water challenges while conducting experiments and hands–on activities. First graders learned about water as a valuable resource and created a water filtering system. Sixth grade students participated in the World Water Monitoring Event, a program developed by Earth Echo and implemented by representatives of Xylem Inc. The students visited Yantacaw Brook Park and tested pond water temperature, turbidity, PH and dissolved oxygen level. They then recorded the results in a worldwide water monitoring data bank. Through lessons in the school’s STREAM Program, the students will continue to research water challenges around the world, as well as develop engineering prototypes and awareness campaigns in addressing solutions. As a culmination of learning, the students will participate in the Archdiocese of Newark STEM Fair in the spring.