Fort Caspar Academy

4100 W. 38th St.
Casper, Wyoming 82604
Phone: (307) 253-3400
Fax: (307) 253-3450

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Hours: 8:45 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Grades: K - 5
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It is the Mission of Fort Caspar Academy to train the intellect and the character of the student; to teach and prepare the student academically, not only for college but also for a lifetime of learning; to provide a structured environment that enhances the learning process and to promote parental involvement. True learning progresses from facts to understanding to expression. To ensure this progression is made, our mission is to continue a consistency in our approach to education at all grade levels. It is the goal of Fort Caspar Academy to be the best school in the world!


Principal: Richard Edwards
(307) 253-3400

Administrative Manager: Duane Dewald

Office Manager: Kim Johnson
(307) 253-3400

Office Assistant: Jennifer Van Hecke


All parent(s)/legal guardian(s), teachers, and certified staff are members of the PTO. Members are encouraged to attend monthly PTO meetings. These meetings provide an excellent forum to stay up to date with school functions, including but not limited to, curriculum policy, current events, and activities. It also provides members the opportunity to voice their ideas, support and concerns while taking an active role in our children’s future. All meetings are held in the gymnasium on the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m.

Curriculum at FCA is rigorous and sequential. Math is taught with foundational skills that build upon one another throughout the year. All students at FCA learn math on an “advanced” timetable. Reading programs focus on phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and text comprehension. The writing program at the school includes a focus on spelling, grammar, and handwriting, as well as vivid self-expression. Students also have regular music, art, and P.E. classes.

Band and orchestra classes are held before school from 7:50 to 8:20 a.m. each day for students in fifth grade.

Fourth- and fifth-graders may participate in volleyball, basketball and track through the Casper Recreation Center.

After-school activities for students are run by parent volunteers and vary yearly. Examples of these activities include Lego Robotics Club, Newspaper Club, Science Club and more.

Fourth- and fifth-graders may participate in volleyball, basketball and track through the Casper Recreation Center.

A pre-teaching program, using teaching assistants and/or parent volunteers, is available for students in need of extra help. Students who enroll in the school mid-year are required to attend special tutoring at school for as long as necessary. Any student who joins the school after kindergarten also will be required to attend a one-week summer class sponsored by Fort Caspar Academy. Parents are encouraged to attend a Spalding mini-course to assist their children at home.

Orientations are required before students enroll. Please call the school for an orientation appointment.

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