Immaculata's commitment to developing the entire person well surpasses the classroom environment. Along with the traditional academic program, is the opportunity for students to explore the areas of athletics, the arts, student government, clubs, and school activities.
Each student will find a wide variety of opportunities through which to become immersed in campus life. Whether it be First Friday Mass, an after school competition, a bake sale at lunch, or a meeting during activity period, students involve themselves in activities that truly let them shine beginning with Lata Living.
This is a unique event that gives new students the opportunity to meet before school starts. All of the freshmen and new transfer students are invited to attend Lata Living where they participate in games and icebreakers and are introduced to teachers and upperclassmen. Seniors host Lata Living and teach new students what it is like to be a member of the Immaculata family. Students can then enter the halls on the first day of school with less apprehension and more excitement. Plus, it formally launches the bonding of the class and the beginning of special friendships. More photos.
First Friday Mass
Every first Friday of every month, the entire Immaculata family walks up the street to Immaculate Conception Church for Mass. Participating in these liturgies enrich students' faith and brings the school together. Students enjoy praying together, as well as the listening to the excellent music provided by the student folk group. Each Mass is planned by Campus Ministry and has an overall theme. For example, at the World Language Mass, students read and sing in many different languages.