Immaculate Conception School Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service
127 Winthrop Avenue Revere, MA 02151 www.icrevere.org
Educating Preschool (3 years old) to Grade 8
Our Open House will be rescheduled due to the impending snow storm The date has yet to be determined.
Immaculate Conception School Öprepares a culturally diverse student population to become responsible, well-rounded, faith-filled citizens by focusing on Catholic values and high standards of academics. Our school community celebrates its faith by practicing the precepts of peace, justice and service to others, hereby witnessing Christís teaching.
The learning environment at Immaculate Conception School combines intellectual and imaginative endeavors, anchoring abstract knowledge through hands on participation, shaping access to the curriculum through forms that ignite the passions and evoke the learning styles of individual students. Teachers not only encourage but model the joy of learning, a gift that students will carry with them through their learning career and into their adult lives. At Immaculate Conception School, the gift of learning is not defined just by the challenge and rewards of mastering specific skills and curricular materials, but by the development of a passion for learning nurtured and structured through a lifetime. Since 1913, Immaculate Conception School has nurtured a studentís unique intellectual and creative ability through teacher, parent and student input, as well as by celebrating those abilities as a Catholic learning community.
Immaculate Conception School is a NEASC accredited school enhanced by enrichment opportunities, comprehensive instruction in art, music and physical education, before and after school programs and certified teachers with advanced degrees. Immaculate Conception School offers classes for students from age 3 to grade 8.
Please contact the Principal at 781-284-0519 or email@example.com to receive further information or schedule a tour. Limited enrollment opportunities are available for the 2013-2014 school year.