Mustang Monthly

Class of 2025
At our new student orientation, the rain didn't dampen the Mustang spirit which filled the school. Our student ambassadors lined the driveway holding signs, waving and cheering. Thank you to George and Ellen Assad for providing a great barbecue lunch for all. It was a great day to be a Mustang - one of many our new students will experience in the years to come!
Welcome Class of 2025!
Join a Club Day
September 9 was "Join a Club Day" here at Immaculate High! From Engineering to Writing to Music to International, our Mustangs were choosing an organization to join!
Join A Club Day


Memorials to Fallen Americans on 9/11

Our 9th and 11th grade World History and U.S. History classes created memorials to Fallen Americans on 9/11 to remember our heroes and loved ones who aren't with us today. Students prayed at the end of the day as Deacon Jeff recited a special prayer in memory of those lost.

"If we learn nothing else from this tragedy, we learn that life is short and there is no time for hate."
—Sandy Dahl, wife of Flight 93 pilot Jason Dahl

IHS Remembers


9/11: We Will Never Forget

Immaculate High School remembers alumnus Chris Blackwell '77, alumna Candace Lee Williams ’99, and all of the victims of 9/11 who passed away 20 years ago. Students, faculty, and staff participated in a special prayer service to remember Chris, Candace, and all the victims. We prayed for peace for all of the victims' loved ones, our country, and our world. We will never forget. 

20 years remembering and still in our hearts forever


Discovery Days

We welcomed area eighth-grade students for Discovery Days. Students had the opportunity to visit our newly renovated Chapel and listen to student performers, partake in graphic design, chemistry, engineering, and social studies classes. When finished, everyone had lunch together in our dining hall.

Discovery Day
Discovery Day


International Day of Sign Language

Mrs. Moravsky's American Sign Language 1 class has recognized the International Day of Sign Language on September 23 by learning to sign Psalm 136.1: “Give thanks to the Lord for He is good, His mercy endures forever.”

Fun fact: American Sign Language (ASL) is used by most deaf people in America and Canada; however, ASL is not a universal language.



John Morello at IHS in One-Man Show “Dirt”

Also on September 23, our students gathered in the gym to hear critically acclaimed performer and motivational speaker, John Morello. In his one-man show "Dirt," John gives a voice to his and others' feelings, helping all connect and feel less alone on their journeys.

John Morello


Introduction to Engineering Design

From day one in school, students in Intro to Engineering Design class stepped into the role of an engineer. The first project consisted of building a bridge made only of one paper and two blocks and spanning the furthest possible distance.

Just using one paper and no extra material - 36-inch span!!



Paper-to-paper connection



For the second project, students used VEX Kit and other material to build a device that launches a bag of Lego pieces the furthest possible distance.



Some of the designs are pictured in the slideshow below. 



Students from Dr. Pitrelli's IT Essentials class worked on reassembling computers earlier this month.