Academics

Kristin BoczanyMrs. Kristin Boczany, Dean of Academics

Our world is ever changing, and Immaculata High School believes in challenging our students to meet this ever changing and uncertain future head on with the tools to make them divergent thinkers and empathetic leaders. As a prospective or current parent or student to our school, you can browse the various academic offerings to discern our commitment to academic rigor and innovation. As a school community, we believe in meeting students where they are, and building them up through appropriately leveled classes. Our students are offered various levels of instruction that range from AP, Honors, and College Prep.

Immaculata currently offers various AP courses to every class level as well as many challenging electives that allow students to explore their academic interests as well as develop as a whole person. Immaculata truly creates an environment where our students are college and career ready at the end of their four years with us, and our graduates are consistently accepted to and attend some of the nation’s most prestigious colleges and universities.

In addition, Immaculata has a time-honored tradition of nurturing those students who may struggle in their study skills and comprehension. Partnering with parents and students, our teachers work to provide these students the tools they need to succeed and prosper. In short, the dedicated women and men of our Immaculata High School faculty truly emulate “teaching like Jesus did” and heed the advice of our blessed mother, Mary when she said, “do whatever he tells you” (John 2:5). Our talented faculty support, nurture, challenge, and develop each student to be what God calls them to be, and never settle for less than their personal best.

Applying learning and leadership does not end in the classroom at Immaculata High School. An abundance of co-curricular offerings and athletics also enable students to compliment what they have learned in the classroom with the leadership skills required of them by their moderators and coaches.

In order to prepare our students to become responsible digital citizens as well as have advanced digital literacy—each student at Immaculata High School receives a Google Chromebook. These Chromebooks are used for instruction in various ways including innovative assignments, interactive lessons, and to stay connected with their teachers and fellow students while at home. Immaculata is committed to providing a 21st century education to our students that starts with our strong family environment, and evolves to a more global outreach.

Academic Requirements and Grading

To learn more about our academic requirements and electives, visit our Curriculum and Structure webpage. Here, you will also find information on our AP and Honors courses, AP scores, class scheduling, our academic profile and accountability information.

Schedules and Conferences

Progress report and report card distribution occur quarterly throughout the school year, along with two school-wide examination periods. To view the upcoming yearly schedule, along with other important information regarding conferences and marking periods, visit our Curriculum and Structure webpage and click on the Accountability tab.