Catholic School Week - January 25-31, 2015
We are a community of Faith, Knowledge, and Service!
The theme encompasses several concepts that are at the heart of a Catholic education.
First, schools are communities—small communities in their own right, but also
members of the larger communities of parish, town, state and nation. They are, in the
first place, communities of faith, where children are openly taught about God, where
God is worshiped regularly, and where students and faculty put their faith into practice
on a daily basis. Secondly, Catholic schools exist to pass on knowledge -- not just the
practical knowledge of reading, writing, arithmetic and so on, but also knowledge of
God and truth, which is our spiritual heritage as Catholics. Finally, Catholic schools are
communities of service, places where helping one another and aiding the needy are the
modus operandi, the normal way of living life.
2015-2016 School Registration
It is time for us to begin planning for our 2015-2016 enrollment at St. Mary Immaculate Parish School. As you are aware, we offer a quality faith-centered education for children from Pre-School (age 3 by September 1, 2015) to Grade Eight. The requirement is that a family must be a registered parishioner at St. Mary Immaculate in order to register for our school or to be placed on the waiting list. In addition, we ask that you bring your child’s birth certificate and baptismal certificate along with a $125 registration fee per family with you when you register in the Main office (Entrance A, south of the Commons Doors). Open registration begins during the Catholic Schools Week Open House on January 25, 2014 at 10:00am and will continue each school day from 9am until 2pm until openings are filled.
Families wishing to tour the school during the school day may call the school for an appointment. Please direct all inquiries to Kris at 815-436-3953. Thank you for your interest in St. Mary Immaculate Parish School.