Mary Immaculate Catholic School
aCADEMIC eXCELLENCE IN A CATHOLIC AND CHRIST-CENTERED ENVIRONMENT
Mary Immaculate Catholic School offers a Kinder through 8th grade education that combines Catholic faith and teachings with academic excellence, partnering with you in the faith formation of your children. Our Catholic beliefs are interwoven into everything we do through a balanced academic curriculum that integrates faith, culture and life.
Experienced and dedicated faculty and staff set high standards for achievement and inspire your children to succeed. Respect of self and others is taught while emphasizing moral development and self-discipline. The value of service to others is instilled in our students as we prepare them to be productive citizens and future leaders.
Our goal is to form students who will leave academically, emotionally, and spiritually prepared to continue their education, serve their communities, and use their talents to make a difference.
Our students consistently score in the top 15% nationally on standardized testing. 17 of our graduates in the past 25 years have become either valedictorian or salutatorian of their high school. On average, 93% of our graduates who apply to private high schools are accepted by their first choice of schools, with the remaining by their second choice.
Reduced tuition is offered to Catholic parishioner families (least one parent Catholic with student who is baptized Catholic) who support Mary Immaculate Parish at a minimum of $800 during each calendar year. New families can make the $800 donation to the church before enrollment is accepted to be eligible for supportive tuition status.
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Mary Immaculate School
14032 Dennis Lane
Farmers Branch, TX 75234
p. (972) 243.7105
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