In the Roman Catholic tradition, Immaculate High School fosters the development of the whole student by nurturing individual spiritual, moral, intellectual, physical and social growth through an academically rigorous college preparatory curriculum that encourages respect, responsibility, reverence, creativity and leadership.
Immaculate High School, a Catholic college preparatory school under the Diocese of Bridgeport, provides a challenging academic education in a wholesome and disciplined environment. Because Immaculate High School values character formation, moral development and spiritual direction, religious education is an integral part of the curriculum. Immaculate High School welcomes students from all religious traditions.
Immaculate High School enrolls 487 students, 48% male and 52% female. Approximately 31% of our student body resides in Danbury and the remainder in twenty-six surrounding towns in western Fairfield County, Litchfield County, and New York state. Approximately 26% of the student body is minority.
Of the fifty-four members of the professional staff, 2% hold doctorate degrees, 83% hold master’s degrees and the remainder hold bachelor’s degrees. Fifty-two are lay men and women and two are ordained; one a deacon and one a priest.
Immaculate High School is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and recognized by the Connecticut State Department of Education. Immaculate High School is a member of the National Catholic Education Association, the Connecticut Association of Schools, and the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference.
Immaculate High School enjoys strong support from alumni and its parent community. Individual attention to student needs is a priority of the faculty and administration.
Immaculate High School’s academic program is exclusively college preparatory. It features 34 honors level courses in English, Social Studies, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Science, Business, and Fine Arts. Advanced Placement courses are offered in Biology, Calculus (ECE), Chemistry, Computer Science, English Language/Composition, English Literature/Composition, French, Government & Politics, Physics Part I, Physics Part 2, Psychology, Spanish Language, Studio Art: Drawing, U.S. History (ECE) and Graphic Arts (ECE).