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Families explore IHS at Spring Preview Day!

Over 100 guests, including many Immaculate alumni, with students in Grades 6-10 joined us at our SPRING PREVIEW DAY on Sunday, April 25.  Socially-distanced tours over the course of the afternoon were offered, allowing families to visit our campus and meet administrators, faculty and student ambassadors. Thank you to all who joined us for this special day at IHS. We look forward to welcoming families back to Immaculate for many in-person and virtual events in the months ahead. For more information, bookmark our admissions page at

Weren’t able to join us for Spring Preview Day? IHS launches Live Virtual Tuesday Tours!

Learn more about IHS from the comfort of your home! Immaculate has launched a NEW platform to conduct live, remote tours for prospective families. Register for a personal, virtual Tuesday Tour with our Director of Admissions by clicking the button below.



Students, staff, parents and alumni share why they love Immaculate. Help us spread the word by sharing your testimonial with our admissions office by May 1  (just 2-4 sentences is all that is needed), and we will send you an IHS t-shirt in the mail! Email your picture and testimonial to, along with your t-shirt size. 

NEW! Pre-HSPT Practice Exam for 7th Graders


Immaculate is pleased to offer the 7th grade version of the HSPT as a practice test on Saturday, May 1 from 8:00 - 11:00 a.m. The Pre-HSPT will be an in-person, socially distanced practice exam at Immaculate. Registration is open to 7th graders until Friday, April 30.

The official HSPT is an entrance exam used by Immaculate and most area private high schools for freshman applicants. The May 1 practice test will allow students to become familiar with the exam's content and structure while evaluating strengths and areas for improvement before taking the actual HSPT in the fall of 2021. The fee for the Pre-HSPT practice exam is $45. 


Welcome to the Class of 2025!

Our incoming freshmen are scholars, athletes, musicians, performers, volunteers and leaders in their communities. Jake ‘25 is no exception and we can’t wait for him and the rest of his class to join us for Freshman Orientation on May 12.