Religious education is the core of the curriculum at Immaculate Conception School. The school strives to develop each child's character and spirit. Education is value-laden and involves the whole child. Guided by faith-filled teachers, students deepen their faith and prepare for the sacraments of Reconciliation, First Communion, and Confirmation. Students earn community service hours and practice good stewardship. The school community celebrates Mass every week and Adoration on the First Friday of every month. Children and faculty alike participate in the sacrament of Reconciliation on a regular basis. The pastors serve as spiritual leaders and are present in the school.
- Entire school participates in prayer circle each morning beginning their day with a Scripture reading
- Emphasis on moral development
- Service to others and instruction in character and leadership skills
- No Bullying policy
Catholic schools help students grow into people God made them to be and experience lifetimes of faith, happiness, success and fulfillment.
"Our graduates actively practice their Catholic faith and receive the Sacraments at a significantly higher rate than those who attended other schools." (Center for Applied Research Apostolate)