The administration, faculty, and staff of Immaculate Conception are guided by the principles of Catholic education, which focus on message, community, service and worship.
Parents are regarded as the primary educators who serve as the first role models in the formation of their children’s spiritual and intellectual lives. Teachers provide ongoing support to help parents accomplish this.
The Immaculate Conception school community provides opportunities for students to be people of faith and involved citizens. The educational programs at Immaculate Conception provide students with the skills to think critically and communicate effectively. Through a faith-centered education, we strive to aid students in developing life skills that will enable them to become socially aware and productive citizens in the greater community.
ICS students participate in school-wide prayer three times per week, and attend the monthly school Mass. Students also participate is Christian-based outreach projects.
Sacramental Preparation Classes are provided for 2nd Grade and transition students for First Communion.