Mission Statement  

Immaculate Conception School exists to witness the Gospel and to share the spiritual traditions of Catholicism, through service to a diverse range of cultural, economic, and religious communities. Our program, in partnership with parents, strives to educate the whole child: spiritually, intellectually and physically by nurturing a healthy and vibrant soul formation, academic excellence, and the shaping of strong independent minds.

  About The School  

About the School

Immaculate Conception Church, originally named St. Cecilia's, began in February 1916 with mass in a parishioner's home. The school was opened in September 1952 as a four grade school, staffed by four teachers furnished by the sisters of St. Benedict, of Covington, Louisiana. ICS serves an average of one hundred and fifty students, grades PK-8. Through the years our faculty has been honored with educators from five different countries and four religious orders. Immaculate Conception history has built a firm foundation for our future.