Student Life Overview
It’s Easy To Get Involved!
Immaculate extends the high school experience beyond the classroom. Our community, rich in traditions and exceptional school spirit; provides a safe, encouraging environment that fosters confidence to pursue passions. Students eagerly become involved in at least one extra-curricular activity and in fact, most participate in several. There is never a dull moment and something here for everyone!
We are more than just a community; we are family.
I would advise incoming freshmen to be open to new friends and new experiences. Don’t hesitate to explore and take advantage of all that Immaculate has to offer. Whether through fine arts, athletics, student government, community service, honor societies, or other clubs, Immaculate truly has something for everyone.
- Hunter Kirkman ‘20
At Immaculate students are pushed to their highest potential so that they may thrive and succeed in high school, college and beyond. Students’ skills and talents are welcomed and praised, and this helps to make everyone feel welcomed into the Immaculate family. I always enjoyed being a part of the fine arts department at IHS.
- Mary Johnson ‘19
You can grow more spiritually with faith, academically with the dozens of programs, and socially with the family-like environment along with the many clubs and sports teams. It also means to lead by example through volunteering and living our faith. My advice to incoming freshmen is to take advantage of as many opportunities as possible.
- Ross Relator ‘20
Clubs and Activities
The final bell signals another opportunity for students to explore their interests and enjoy the fellowship of their peers. From A Cappella to yoga and cyber patriots to gardening, there over 40 different clubs available, so everybody can learn and develop beyond the classroom.
Clubs and activities meet before, during and after school, which means there is plenty of time to get involved, even for students who are active in sports and the fine arts.
Students are supported spiritually, socially and academically by not only each other but by faculty, staff, parents and alumni. From athletic games to on stage performances; Mustang pride is ever present. We even have a student run club called the “Stable” that is dedicated to cheering on student-athletes at home and away games. Get a first hand look at what school spirit looks like at Immaculate High School by viewing the videos below.
Battle of the Fans
Battle of the Fans
School Spirit Showdown
As a school rooted in Catholic faith, Immaculate encourages spiritual growth through sacramental, social and service opportunities. Students regularly attend religion classes and can participate in school wide Masses throughout the year. Daily Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is also available in the Monsignor Hossan Chapel. Our robust Campus Ministry program allows everyone to actively participate in liturgies, prayer, retreats and service opportunities.