Traditional Catholic Education
Come to Learn • Leave to Evangelize
One of the apostolates of the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary is IHM School. Located on the Monastery grounds, next to IHM Chapel, the school accommodates135 students grades 1-12. The school building itself is small but contains enough classrooms, a science and computer lab and library. The Elementary grades are taught by the Sisters, who put a great emphasis on teaching religion, getting the students ready for the sacraments.
The Junior High and High School have teachers, both Religious and lay, who specialize in various subjects.
Every school day begins with attendance at the Latin Tridentine Mass, and throughout the day religion is incorporated into the curriculum, making the focus of life God-Centered forming consciences and knowledge at the same time.
Every High School boy is trained to be an altar server. And High School girls are encouraged to join IHM Sodality dedicated to Virgo Fidelis.
Extracurricular activites offer a rounded experience of life to students and include IHM Marching Band, basketball and baseball teams, Pro-Life League, and National Honor Society.
IHM students are blessed to attend the Latin Mass daily and to enjoy the full benefits of Traditional Catholicism by frequenting the sacraments.
Dedicated to Mary
Our school takes its name and spirit from the title of Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart and the spirituality of Saint Louis de Montfort’s “True Devotion to Mary.”
Our quality Catholic education strives to encourage discipline and high standards that will form the soul, mind and body and achieve success in time and eternity.
Educating for Eternity
Students are enriched by daily attendance at Mass and with an rich traditional Catholic education rooting all subjects in the Faith.
Offering Grades 1–12
The elementary and junior high grades occupy the original building. The high school grades are at the MacIsaac Hall facility.
The recent acquisition of 77 acres adjoining the monastery enables us to expand the original facility to allow more students!