Friday, March 24, 2017 • 8:51 PM

Mission, Philosophy & Goals


Mission Statement

Immaculate Conception Catholic School, following the example of the Blessed Virgin
Mary, develops the whole child, instills Gospel values, inspires a love of learning, and
promotes academic excellence in a diverse nurturing community.
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Statement of Philosophy

We believe that each child is a person of worth with a personal dignity and a heavenly calling since each child is so loved by God that He sent His Son to save each one.  To safeguard this dignity requires the education of the whole person - spiritually, mentally, socially, and physically.

We believe that the hallmark of quality education is learning and the appreciation of learning.  Therefore, the teachers and the administrators of the Immaculate Conception Catholic School, in partnership with the parents, pledge themselves to achieve and maintain professional and personal excellence in order to share knowledge, develop useful skills, teach Catholic doctrine, and instill a high Christian value system that reflects Christ-like attitudes.

With its wide scope of academic subjects, church and community service projects, liturgical celebrations, organizations, and athletic activities, the Immaculate Conception Catholic School seeks to develop in each student a love for God, a respect  for all God's creatures, and  a thirst for knowledge that will prepare him/her to be the Christian citizen of tomorrow.


Goals and Objectives

To teach as Jesus taught:
  • By use of Scripture and Church tradition
  • By modeling and training students in the practices of self-discipline skills to reflect Christian values
  • By cultivating respect and a sense of responsibility for their own lives and for God's creation worldwide
  • By providing opportunities for each student to develop spiritually, academically, socially, and physically according to his/her God-given abilities.
To pray as Jesus prayed:
  • Through participation in sacramental celebrations
  • Through classroom and school community prayer
  • Through appropriate seasonal devotions
  • Through the opportunity to practice personal devotions, private prayer time, and the Sacrament of Reconciliation
To serve as Jesus served:
  • By providing school programs addressed to specific, individual student needs
  • Through the practice of compassion and support of family and each other
  • Through involvement in school and parish outreach programs
  • By responding as a school family to immediate community needs
  • By accepting and practicing responsibility to correspond to the benefits and rights we receive as stewards of God's creation and American citizens through school and classroom programs and activities