Immaculata's educational program aims at meeting the needs of all students in discovering and developing their individual abilities and talents. IHS is devoted to the academic excellence of its students and to preparing them to excel not only in school, but far beyond the classroom.
The faculty of Immaculata is a diverse group of individuals who work together to educate their students. Many teachers are alumni and some are parents of alumni. They provide the knowledge and support necessary to give students the skills they need to become successful both in their academic and professional careers. For example, Immaculata has the privilege to have a lawyer teaching Theology, a playwright teaching Creative Writing, and a bridge engineer teaching Physics. The first hand knowledge and experience these teachers have to offer is unparalleled.
Students at Immaculata prosper in their high school careers, many becoming members of one or more of our honor societies. The National Honor Society (NHS), Spanish Honor Society (SHS) and French Honor Society (FHS) recognize outstanding students who have excelled in their classes.
Along with the honor of the NHS, SHS, and FHS also comes responsibility and leadership. Students who belong to these honor societies tutor their fellow classmates in areas of their academic expertise. They learn to use their skills to help others develop their own. It is this community based learning that prepares students to excel far beyond the classroom.
Traditionally, 99% of Immaculata graduates go on to attend two or four year colleges. Immaculata students are generally offered between $15-20 million in scholarship monies each year. Our graduates have gone on to study at schools such as Boston College, Brown, Drexel, Fordham, Georgetown, Holy Cross, Ithaca, James Madison, Loyola, Marist, Michigan State, Northeastern, Notre Dame, NYU, Penn State, Princeton, Providence, St. Joseph's, Scranton, Temple, TCNJ, UPenn and Villanova.