Founded in 1914, Immaculate Conception School recently celebrated 100 years of providing affordable Catholic education to Warren County. Immaculate Conception School first opened its doors September 1914, in a small frame building. Seventy-four pupils were welcomed that first year. At that time, the school was staffed by Dominican Sisters from Nashville, TN. The school has been affiliated with the Catholic Diocese of Peoria since 1915. Through the dedication of staff, alumni, and parishioners Immaculate Conception School has grown to nearly 200 students and teaches grades Pre-K through 8th grade. The school has increased the physical space to 10 spacious classrooms that allow teachers to use a variety of teaching styles and Smart Board Technology in every classroom. The school boasts a dedicated technology room/instructor, music room/instructor, and a fully functional gym with a full-time physical education teacher. There is an art room, updated playground, and a full-service cafeteria. Immaculate Conception School offers a well-rounded variety of extracurricular activities for its students from sports to academic competitions.