All roads lead to Immaculate!Immaculate is conveniently located minutes off I-84 or Route 7 in Danbury. Our students travel from over 25 towns in CT and NY. Free busing is available to Danbury residents and fee-based bus routes are available from many areas. Bus routes are determined annually to meet the needs of our students and are offered in one-way or round trip options. New York students living within 15 miles of Immaculate may be eligible for free busing - please contact the bus company in your town for more information and deadlines to apply. Immaculate also offers assistance with car pooling.
Immaculate High School offers multiple bus transportation pickup locations for students who reside outside of the city of Danbury. Danbury residents are automatically placed on a Danbury bus route and if you live in New York within 15 miles from Immaculate you may qualify for transportation services by contacting your towns busing company. Multiple payment options are available for busing (pay in full, biannual, monthly), along with options for one-way or round-trip annual service.
One-Way Morning: $900
One-Way Afternoon: $900
Round-Trip - $1,500
*Subject to change.
View recent bus routes below and stay tuned for 2021-22 routes to be announced once determined. Students from towns outside of Danbury are welcome to enroll.
As a resource for families of Immaculate High School students our Administrative Assistant - School Operations, will facilitate the creation of a contact list for those who desire to obtain or offer car pool transportation. Each month, families receive an updated car pool list which they may use to make their own car pool arrangements. For more information, please contact Carol Stone at email@example.com or (203) 744-1510 x132.
After School Options
The school day ends at 2:00 p.m., however the Learning Commons (pictured) is a supervised room which is open until 4:30 p.m. each day for students to do homework or relax while waiting for pick-up or athletic practice. Our new IHS Fitness Center will also be open for student use in the 2021-22 school year with after school hours to be determined.