Fort Caspar Academy

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4100 W. 38th St. Casper, WY 82604

Our Mission

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.

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Core Knowledge

FCA uses the Core Knowledge sequence as a foundation for our curriculum content.


Core Virtues

The Core Virtues program is a practical, non-sectarian approach to character education.


Blue Ribbon School

Nationally recognized as a 2016 Blue Ribbon School


Parent Involvement

FCA is built on involved families. See how you can be a part of what is going on at our school.

Student Council

Student Clubs

FCA offers a variety of clubs including Student Council and Lego Robotics.


Band and Orchestra

Optional before-school program for 4th and 5th grade

Information for teachers, students and parents

School News


Keep Saving Those Box Tops!

Thank you FCA families! Your dedication to clipping and collecting Box Tops over the summer paid off. School-wide we received over 3,300 valid Box Tops…

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Get involved with extracurricular activities!

FCA has lots of extra-curricular activities available to our students. It is only the second week of school and already several of these activities are…

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Back to School Information

Here is some important information for the start to our 2017-2018 school year. Kindergarten Meet and Greet - There will not be a school wide "Meet…

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"Hold the Fort and go love those kids! "

Founding principal, Norm Carroll

Frequently Asked Questions

Core Knowledge is a philosophy that believes that students need to learn a broad body of knowledge in order to be successful as a reader, in academics as a whole and citizenship. Read more about Core Knowledge at FCA.  {add link}

Fort Caspar is characterized by a structured and consistent learning environment. We achieve this in part by a behavior management system guided by our graduated “tickets”. This begins with a warning and graduates levels through a visit to the principal’s office. The system fosters accountability and helps students to be aware of and adjust their behavior when necessary. Learn more in the Parent/Student Handbook.

FCA does have dress code guidelines in addition to what NCSD requires. This includes – but is not limited to – a requirement that shirts must be tucked in and belts must be worn with pants that have belt loops. You can read more in our Parent/Student Handbook.

Fort Caspar Academy is a public school and part of the Natrona County School District. Learn more about FCA’s history on our About Us page.

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