Immaculate Conception School is a faith community in which the development of our faith is central to the curriculum. The school environment reflects the Gospel spirit and the presence of Jesus. The spiritual aspects of the curriculum are expressed through Christian values in religious instruction, the daily word in prayer, the celebration of the sacraments, general academics and the interpersonal relationships between students and adults. As a community of faith, a supportive relationship between parent and teacher is strongly encouraged to promote academic progress and home school faith-sharing activities. Religious values are woven throughout the integrated curriculum and daily activities creating a unique learning atmosphere. Moral and ethical development is supported through community service, justice and peacemaking.
Faith Families are cross-grade level groups of students in grades K-8. Each group is named after a Patron Saint, and has two adult sponsors. Groups remain together from year to year with new Kindergartners added as 8th graders graduate. These groups meet monthly, after Mass on First Thursday, to work together on a spiritual or service activity and to build a strong community among themselves. 2016-2017 Faith Families will be working together to learn about and carry out the school theme "Jesus, You Raise me up". Some of the activities planned are: