About immaculata

Joan SiloWelcome to Immaculata High School! This is a place where every student is invited to achieve something BIG. Whether that is academic excellence, lasting friendships, sports wins, musical high notes, a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ—or all of the above—the opportunity is yours for the taking here at Immaculata. In fact, you will be encouraged to become more than you ever thought you could be.

At Immaculata, our mission is to educate the whole person—mind, body and spirit. We accomplish this by focusing on the four pillars on which our school is formed: Faith, Scholarship, Service, and Friendship. As you explore Immaculata through our website, I hope you envision yourself in classrooms, on the field, in the community—working hard, and praying harder. While here, if you respond to the call to apply your best self, you will make great memories, be prepared to excel in college, and begin or continue to make a positive difference in the world.

Immaculata can impact the trajectory of your high school years for the better. Why? Because Immaculata, though a sizable high school, is a smaller school in a traditional Catholic school setting. We know our students by name, we give every student ample opportunities to get involved, and we provide an environment in which students feel safe to take healthy risks to further their personal and academic growth. If you want to expand your horizons, a challenging curriculum will guide your path. If you want to apply yourself in service to others, a community in need awaits your dedication. If you wish to express yourself through the arts, a myriad of course offerings and extracurriculars can become your ‘center stage’. And, if you prefer to compete in athletics, a winning team will welcome your talent. Opportunities of all kinds abound at Immaculata.

You can select Spartan Success Stories by clicking here. There you can peruse the brief bios of some of our successful alumni. These individuals and many more attest to a Spartan’s capacity for achievement. They confirm that you can be a part of something BIG, by starting someplace SMALL.

With hope for your dreams,

Joan M. Silo, Ed.S.
Head of School

Be a Part of Something BIG, By Starting Someplace SMALL.