Immaculate Conception Catholic School, is a proud ministry of St. Mark and Immaculate Conception parishes in Argyle and Denton, respectively, and is in service to the entire North Central Texas area.
Immaculate Conception Catholic School, located on the campus of Immaculate Conception Catholic Parish, is a pre-Kindergarten through 8th-grade Catholic school.
Immaculate Conception Catholic School is one of 19 diocesan schools. From the diocesan website: www.fwdioc.org. “Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Fort Worth are a vital ministry of our local church. With a focus on faith formation, rigorous academics, and service to others, they are committed to assisting parents in their most precious obligation of preparing their children to meet the challenges of the modern world.” The Catholic Schools Office of the Diocese of Fort Worth exists to provide direction, advocacy, support, and monitoring for the Catholic schools of the Diocese of Fort Worth.
ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES and INTERSCHOLASTIC SPORTS: Volleyball (girls grades 6 - 8); Basketball (boys & girls grades 6 - 8); Track (boys & girls grades 6 - 8); PSIA Academic Meets (grades 1-8); Scripps Spelling Bee; Handwriting, Respect Life and various other poster and essay contests, Lector and Altar Server (grades 3 - 8); One Act Play (grades 7 & 8); and a host of hands-on electives including a Service Learning Garden.
AWARDS: Private School Interscholastic Association (PSIA) Academic Champions; North Texas Independent
League (NTIL) Academic Champions; NTIL Volleyball and Track Champions;
Division One Music Awards; Duke Scholars; State, National, and Grand National Handwriting Championships.
Catholic Teacher Innovation Award 2019 for Total Community Involvement
Looking Ahead-Strategic Plan 2019-2023
The Immaculate Conception Catholic School Advisory Council has adopted the following strategic objectives which sets a vision through the year 2023. The adoption of these goals reflects the council's effort in identifying key objectives that are important to the school's ongoing development and success. Each objective is reviewed throughout the year in order to oversee and guide progress. Some of the goals include:
--Maintain a strong relationship among the school, local parishes, and the Catholic community.
--Expand knowledge, appreciation, and practice of our Catholic heritage, faith traditions, and Gospel values throughout the school community.
--Assist parents or guardians in their role as the primary educators of their children's faith.
--Recruit, develop, and retain qualified personnel committed to the mission and philosophy of the school.
--Provide a strong learner-centered instructional program, which challenges students and supports the school's mission.
--Enrich and enhance the curriculum through the integration of effective and appropriate technology.
--Maintain a secure and safe campus for our school community.
We keep our tuition as low as possible to ensure Catholic education is accessible for families. However, with rising operational costs, even with tuition increases, we do have a deficit that must be met to keep things running. Our NTGD funds are absolutely critical to help us continue to provide quality education for our families.
In addition to meeting operational deficits, are current needs include:
-additional security cameras
-a new bus
-upgrades to our kitchen
-upgrades to our playground, including shade from this Texas heat!