Adviser: Principle - Mr. Trujillo
Being an altar server for the Immaculate Conception Parish is an honor that is only had by students who are mature enough to understand their responsibilities and to carry them out well and with appropriate reverence. Altar Servers must have already received First Holy Communion, and are both trained in advance and during Mass by their advisor and more experienced altar servers. Servers carry the cross, the processional candles, hold the book for the priest celebrant when he is not at the altar, carry the incense and censer, present the bread, wine, and water to the priest during the preparation of the gifts or assist him when he receives the gifts from the people, wash the hands of the priest, and assist the priest celebrant and deacon as necessary. Altar servers serve on Sunday Mass, School Mass, and occasionally for funerals, weddings, and special events.
SCHEDULE Click for more Altar Server Photos!
ADVISER: Music Teacher - Mrs. Flores-Munoz
Immaculate Conception Catholic School has over forty students in choir. They perform all Liturgical music for school Mass every week, for SOS masses on the first Sunday of each month, and do special performances at church and local events!
The 5th through 8th graders at Immaculate Conception Catholic School all participate in our schoolScience Fair. This is a competition that takes place in December and is judged by distinguished members of our community. The students who receive the top awards go on to compete against students from other schools at the county, and possibly state, levels.
- 8th Grade Winners:
- 7th Grade Winners:
- 6th Grade Winners:
- 5th Grade Winners:
BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL CARE
Immaculate Conception Catholic School has a morning care program from 7:15am-7:45am and an after school care program from 3:15pm-4pm where students can complete their homework and socialize with friends. After School Care takes place in St. Ann’s Hall (cafeteria) and is always supervised by at least one approved volunteer who has been finger-printed and cleared through the Diocese of Tucson.