Welcome to Immaculate High School
Thank you for your interest in Immaculate High School! We are currently accepting applications on a rolling basis for 2021-2022 mid-year transfer students (second semester start date of January 27, 2022) and 2022-2023 freshman and transfer students. We encourage all families to begin exploring opportunities and getting on our mailing list by clicking INQUIRE above or by visiting our state-of-the-art 360 virtual tour on the VISIT page.
We are a college preparatory school and outcomes matter. Our AP and dual enrollment offerings, along with our innovative curriculum will set your child up for success. The Class of 2021 was accepted into 261 colleges and universities and awarded over $28M in scholarships, grants and awards. The values modeled and taught throughout their four years at Immaculate will undoubtedly lead our newest graduates to lives marked by passion and purpose, along with enduring friendships and treasured memories.
The academic continuity, development of compassionate leaders and vibrancy of the Immaculate community have remained steadfast. Immaculate has the leadership and technology to pivot quickly and effectively when needed. As our parents will tell you, their children's education hasn't missed a beat while their safety remains our highest priority at all times.
As an alumna, I look forward to welcoming you to a school community that is steeped in tradition and Mustang pride, rooted in faith and compassion, and committed to every student reaching his or her full potential. Respect, Responsibility and Reverence is our motto and is witnessed when you walk the halls of our school. Welcome to Immaculate High School's admissions experience. We can't wait to meet you!
Denise Suarez '87
Director of Admissions
(203) 744-1510 x148
There is no better high school in the state than Immaculate High School! It is truly a special place. We are eternally grateful for the education and values of respect, loyalty and compassion our children gained.
- David Bono, parent
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In the Roman Catholic tradition, Immaculate High School fosters the development of the whole student by nurturing individual moral, intellectual, physical and social growth through an academically rigorous college preparatory curriculum that encourages respect, responsibility, reverence, creativity and leadership