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Fantastic school tucked away in the foothills of Monrovia
My son came in Kindergarten a year ago and has loved it ever since. He truly enjoys going to school and is excited each day to be there. Smaller class settings really give the teachers more time to spend with the students so no student gets lost in the shuffle. I love the fact that the staff more or less know each student there by name. The school is growing and always has great family cooperation for their events and fundraisers.
Love this school!
Classes are small and the kids receive the attention that they deserve. I NEVER thought he’d be so happy to go to school in the mornings.
My son has not only excelled scholastically, but has developed into a fine young gentleman. I appreciate the social skills that the staff teaches the children. I highly recommend this school to anyone that wants to give their children a well rounded education.
My son is attending this school after leaving Royal Oaks Elementary
My son attended Royal Oaks for 1 1/2 day and I decided that it was not the school for him. IC is a great school with great staff, parents and community. From day one parents were welcoming and helpful. I’m an educator myself and I can really say that IC is a great place for students to learn and grow. We have great events throughout the year. Please visit our school and bring your children to a great place for them to learn and really enjoy being in school.
When my daughter was 3 years old...
I began looking for day cares and Montessori schools. Every where I went was either to expensive or they had a waiting list. My mother told me that Immaculate Conception was starting a new Transitional Kinder program. I looked into it and the price was great and she would be going to school from 8-2:45 pm daily. I loved it! other schools were only half days. My daughter began and she loved it, she learned how to say the “our father” in its entirety, she knew her letters, numbers, shapes etc. She has excelled in her class and is now learning how to read.