Remembrance Mass Celebrated for ICCS, ICHS, and ICES Alumni

A Mass of remembrance was celebrated on Saturday, Nov. 10 at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception for deceased alumni of Immaculate Conception Cathedral School and its predecessor schools, Immaculate Conception High School and Elementary School and Memphis Catholic High School. Following Mass, alumni representing six decades joined current ICCS high school students for a reception in the Alumni Room of the high school. Photo:  ICCS and ICHS alumni gather with current ICCS... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Tuesday, November 13, 2018

ICCS Faculty Attend Foreign Language Conference

Immaculate Conception Cathedral School’s foreign language teachers attended the Tennessee Foreign Language Teaching Association's annual conference last weekend in Franklin, Tenn.  This was the first year ICCS was represented at the prestigious event. French teacher Samia Attallah said information shared at the conference and the connections she and her colleagues made will be beneficial to the ICCS foreign language students. "We are back to our students with many ideas... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Thursday, November 8, 2018

International Club Hosts Fundraising Dinner

ICCS International Club Hosts International Fundraiser Dinner Immaculate Conception Cathedral School’s International Club hosted an International Night fundraiser on Tuesday, Oct. 30, in the Cathedral parish hall.  The festive event was a culinary adventure for guests who enjoyed a variety of appetizers, entrees, and desserts with origins in Colombia, Russia, Viet Nam, Italy, Egypt, Mexico, and Japan. Profits will help fund the ICCS time-honored tradition, the Silver Bells Dance... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Wednesday, October 31, 2018

ICCS 8th-Graders Attend Freedom Awards

ICCS 8th-grade students attended the National Civil Rights Museum Freedom Award Student Forum, held on Wednesday, Oct. 17 at Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church .  The Student Forum was the opening event for the National Civil Rights Museum Freedom Award celebration, during which former Vice President Joe Biden, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, and Memphis philanthropist Pitt Hyde were honored for their contributions in civil and human rights.  Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Thursday, October 18, 2018

Upper School Holds Spiritual Retreat at CBU

On Friday, Oct. 12, Immaculate Conception Cathedral School's Upper School students held their annual spiritual retreat day at Christian Brothers University. Along with prayer and reflection, students attended two presentations on contemporary topics: what it means to be holy in the 21st century, and the challenges of being Christian in the 21st century including the effects of social media in their lives. Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Thursday, October 18, 2018

Students Commemorate Rosary Month with All-Campus Rosary

In celebration of Rosary Month, Immaculate Conception Cathedral School students and faculty gathered in the Cathedral last Thursday, where students led the rosary recitation in English, Spanish, and French. The Knights of Columbus #616 provided an outsized rosary for the occasion. Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Thursday, October 18, 2018

Upper School Celebrates Freshman Week

ICCS seniors formally welcomed their freshmen "little sisters" to Upper School during the annual Freshman Capping Ceremony held in the Cathedral on Tuesday, Aug. 7, the first day of the 2018-19 school year.  The ceremony began with a prayer service led by Cathedral Pastor Fr. Robert Marshall, after which each freshman was called forward with her senior big sister to receive her freshman beanie.  Following school tradition, freshmen wore their beanies for the remainder of... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Monday, August 13, 2018

ICCS Senior Assists with Catholic Charities Humanitarian Effort

Cathedral parishioner and ICCS senior Olivia Stonecipher (right) is part of a delegation that traveled from Memphis to McAllen, Texas on July 4 to assist refugees at the Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley (CCRGV) Humanitarian Respite Center. Comprised of local Catholic Charities staff, community leaders, and high school students, the group will remain in McAllen through July 11 serving refugees who have been processed by U.S. officials after crossing the border. Aft er one day,... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Friday, July 6, 2018

ICCS's Shelbi Avant '18 Wins Hurdles State Championship

Setting a personal record, Shelbi Avant '18 won the TSSAA Division II 100m hurdles State Championship held in Murfreesboro on May 25.  She also set another personal record, placing fourth in the 100m dash. Classmate Chrissy Taylor took fourth place in the shot putt and sixth in the discus competition.  Photo L-R:  Coach Helen Stearnes, Chrissy Taylor '18, Shelbi Avant '18, Coach Vivian Danis. Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Monday, June 4, 2018

Class of 2018 Earns More than $5 Million in Scholarships

Immaculate Conception Cathedral School graduated the Class of 2018 in a Cathedral ceremony on Tuesday, May 15.  Nineteen graduates earned a total of more than $5 million in college scholarships to universities across the country, with a per-student average of $267,303. Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Thursday, May 17, 2018

ICCS Junior Accepted for Selective Summer Arts Program

ICCS Junior Ashley Webster has been accepted to attend the 2018 summer program at the Tennessee Governor's School for the Arts in Murfreesboro, Tenn.  The four-week, highly selective residency program was founded in 1984 by former Governor Lamar Alexander to provide high school students gifted in music, visual art, theatre, dance, and filmmaking an opportunity to study with faculty from some of the most prestigious arts schools in the nation including Yale, Julliard, and Eastman. ... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Thursday, May 3, 2018

ICCS Juniors Selected to Receive Remmert Scholarship

ICCS juniors Olivia Stonecipher and Lisbeth Morales are recipients of the Herman Albert and Bernice Agnes Remmert Scholarship Award for the 2018-2019 academic year. Recipients of the $1700 award are rising junior or seniors with career plans in government, business, science, art or engineering, and are selected based on their GPA, essay, and school recommendation. Lisbeth, who plans a career in engineering, has attended the Naval Academy STEM Program and Christian Brothers University's... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Friday, April 27, 2018

ICCS Students Pray for Victims of School Shootings

It was a day of reflection and hope for the future as ICCS's Middle School and Upper School students gathered to pray for the victims of school shootings and for an end to school violence. Upper School students held a special prayer service this morning in the Cathedral, and this afternoon Middle School students met at the grotto to pray the rosary. Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Monday, April 23, 2018

ICCS Campus Remembers MLK at April 4th Mass

In recognition of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's assassination, ICCS students, faculty, families, and guests joined together to celebrate Mass in the Cathedral on Wednesday, April 4th.  Cathedral Pastor Fr. Robert W. Marshall, Jr. and former Cathedral Pastor Msgr. Thomas Kirk -- an active Memphis civil rights proponent at the time of Dr. King's death -- served as the celebrants. Fr. Marshall read a reflection from Diocese of Memphis Bishop Martin D. Holley, D.D.,... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Thursday, April 5, 2018

National Honor Society Inducts 10 New Members

Immaculate Conception Cathedral School's Marian Chapter of the National Honor Society welcomed 10 new members at the annual ceremony held in the Cathedral on Thursday, March 8. Initiated were Christina Young, Sylicia Williams, Samantha Oswald, Maria Vega, Ashley Webster, Kassandra Lopez, Maria Nguyen, Tierra Clements, Emily Webster, and Rebecca Young. NHS is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll,... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Middle School Choir Visits New Orleans

ICCS's Middle School Choir displayed their musical talents and enjoyed sightseeing during a three-day road trip to New Orleans last week. After a blessing from Cathedral pastor Fr. Robert Marshall Friday morning, the troupe, along with principal Karen Gephart and choir director Michaela Gibbons, loaded their bus and headed toward "The Big Easy." The group stopped to visit the interactive Grammy Museum in Cleveland, Miss. and the music studio at the nearby Delta Music Institute,... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Sophomores Travel to Smoky Mountains for Class Retreat

ICCS sophomores traveled to East Tennessee last month for a weekend-long retreat at the Great Smoky Mountain Research Center at Tremont. A residential environmental learning center located within the heart of the Smoky Mountains National Park, Tremont is a private, nonprofit organization that provides educational programs that increase the awareness, appreciation, and understanding of the natural and cultural resources of the Great Smoky Mountains and promotes stewardship of these... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Monday, February 26, 2018

Fr. Robert W. Marshall Installed as Cathedral Pastor

On January 6, 2018, His Excellency the Most Reverend Martin D. Holley, D.D., Bishop of Memphis, presided over the installation of Reverend Robert W. Marshall, Jr., as Pastor of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception parish.  The celebration took place on the Solemnity of the Epiphany of the Lord and marked the 47th anniversary of the establishment of the Diocese of Memphis.  Attending the ceremony were members of Father Marshall’s family, including several alumnae of ICCS... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Upper School Knowledge Bowl Team Competes

ICCS's Upper School Knowledge Bowl team competed in a segment of "Knowledge Bowl" filmed last Thursday, Dec. 7 at Channel 3.  L-R:  Samantha Oswald '20; Olivia Stonecipher '19; Michal Kennell '19; Margaret Davis '19; Thuc Nhi Trinh '19.  Coaches:  George Oswald (L) and Garry Shriver. Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Wednesday, December 13, 2017

ICCS Lower School Students Perform Nativity Play

Immaculate Conception Cathedral School students from kindergarten through fifth grade presented the school’s annual Nativity play in the Cathedral on Tuesday, Dec. 5. Fifth-graders narrated the events leading to Christ’s birth in a manger in Bethlehem, while younger students acted and sang the parts of Mary and Joseph, shepherds, angels and the manger animals. The Nativity Play was directed by music teacher Michaela Gibbons. Lower/Middle School principal Karen Gephart accompanied on... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Thursday, December 7, 2017

Upper School AP History Class Attends India Fest

ICCS's AP history class and their teacher, Natalie Parker-Lawrence, had the opportunity to experience Indian culture at the annual India Fest, "Unity in Diversity" on Saturday, Nov. 4 at the AgriCenter.  Class members enjoyed Indian cuisine, arts, dancing, and other activities unique to Indian culture.  Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Fifth-Graders Celebrate All Saints Day

ICCS fifth-graders celebrated All Saints Day on Nov. 2 by dressing as their favorite saints.  Students also researched the saint they represented and gave a brief talk to their classmates on the saint's history. Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Thursday, November 2, 2017

ICCS Rosary Honors 100th Anniversary of Fatima Apparitions

Immaculate Conception Cathedral School students and faculty gathered in the Cathedral on Friday Oct. 13 to pray the rosary in commemoration of the Centennial of Our Lady of Fatima.  Using a large rosary provided by the Knights of Columbus, more than 60 lower, middle, and upper school students each held a bead and started the appropriate "Our Father," "Hail Mary" or "Glory Be" while the entire school community joined in prayer.  One decade of the rosary was... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Three ICCS Faculty Recognized at Catholic Professional Day

Three ICCS faculty were among the diocesan employees honored at the annual Catholic Professional Day held at Christian Brothers University on Friday, Oct.  6.Library media specialist Nancy Miller received the Immaculate Heart of Mary Award; music teacher Michaela Gibbons was recognized with the St. Cecilia award for fine arts; and upper school science chair and track coach Helen Stearnes (not pictured) received the St. Sebastian award for exemplary coaching. Upper right: Michaela Gibbons... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Monday, October 16, 2017

ICCS Upper School Students Receive Top Three Awards in Civil Rights Art Competition

Three ICCS upper school AP art students were recognized for their civil rights-themed artwork at the Memphis Teach-In Conference held at the National Civil Rights Museum on Friday, Sept. 28.  Taking the top three awards in the contest open to all Memphis high school students were Ashley Webster '19, first place; Maggie Davis '19, second place; and Trinity West '18, third place.   The conference,"Where Do We Fo From Here?": Past, Present, and Future... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Friday, September 29, 2017

Middle School Alumnus Luca Conti Named National Merit Commended Scholar

ICCS middle school alumnus Luca Conti (second from left) was one of six Christian Brothers High School seniors who were recently named National Merit Commended Scholars. Commended Students placed among the top five percent of more than 1.5 million juniors who took the PSAT last fall.  The son of Brenda and Walt Conti, Luca attended ICCS's coed lower and middle school and was a 2014 middle school graduate. Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Upper School Students Perform Morning of Service

Thursday, Sept. 21 was the annual Morning of Mercy for ICCS upper school students, during which the girls visited area nonprofit organizations to perform service work.  Students volunteered their time at Catholic Charities, the Memphis Public Library, Dorothy Day House, Manna House, Memphis Botanic Gardens, and the Jubilee Schools Network.  After their morning of service, students gathered back at campus to share their experiences over a lunch of chili, crackers, and water.  The... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Bishop Holley Presides at All-Campus Mass

Bishop Martin T. Holley, D.D. was the main celebrant at the all-campus Mass held in the Cathedral on Thursday, Sept. 14. In his homily, Bishop Holley spoke to the students about what the cross represents to us as Christians and reminded them to pray for all who have been affected by the floods and hurricanes. After Mass, he spoke to 8th-graders who will soon be confirmed as well as 2nd-graders who will receive their First Communion this spring and assured them they will all be in his prayers. Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Thursday, September 14, 2017

Freshmen Bond at Class Retreat at University of Memphis

ICCS freshmen had an opportunity to bond at their class retreat last Thursday at the University of Memphis.  Upperclassmen spoke to their younger “IC sisters” about their faith journeys and answered questions about high school life.  The event concluded with an exercise in which students wrote positive comments about their classmates. Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Monday, September 11, 2017

Pre-K Students Learn the Value of Friendship Through Salad Making

ICCS pre-K students learned last week that the best fruit salads are made with a touch of friendship. Teachers assigned each child a specific fruit to bring in and mix into a "Friendship Fruit Salad."  As they participated in the salad making, students learned the values of teamwork, friendship, and trying new foods. After enjoying their salad together, students were happy to share their culinary masterpiece with faculty and staff.  Photos by McKenzie Martin. Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Tuesday, September 5, 2017

ICCS Upper School Students Participate in National Service Project

ICCS Upper School students used their assembly period on Aug. 31 to support Emma's Art Cart, winner of the 2017 Jefferson Awards LEAD360 Project.  A national organization, the mission of Emma's Art Cart is to facilitiate expressive emotional healing through art and creative expression for those who are living in grief, pain, stress and fear.  The organization was formed to honor the wishes of Emma Stumpf, a young, terminal cancer patient who hoped to provide a creative... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Tuesday, September 5, 2017

ICCS Places Second in School Beautification Contest

Immaculate Conception Cathedral School lower and upper school students spiffed up our campus last spring by turning campus sheds into Van Gogh-inspired masterpieces. Their creative painting earned the school second place in Memphis City Beautiful’s Beautify-Your-School Contest. Freshmen and sophomores and lower school art students worked under the guidance of ICCS art teacher Deidre Seymour, who recently accepted a plaque on the school’s behalf.  Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Thursday, August 17, 2017

2017 Valedictorian, Salutatorian Named

ICCS is proud to announce our Class of 2017 Valedictorian Heidi Stonecipher (upper right) and Salutatorian Anisa Lacey. Heidi will enroll at Christian Brothers University in the fall, where she has received the 2017 Trustee Scholarship. Covering full tuition and fees, the Trustee Scholarship is the highest academic award CBU offers and is awarded to just one first-year student. Heidi was also selected by Rhodes College as a first alternate for the prestigious Clarence Day... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Friday, May 5, 2017

ICCS Sophomores Selected for Remmert Scholarship

ICCS sophomores Olivia Stonecipher (L) and Lisbeth Morales are recipients of the the Herman Albert and Bernice Agnes Remmert Scholarship Award for the 2017-2018 academic year. Recipients of the $1500 award are rising junior or seniors with career plans in government, business, science, art or engineering, and are selected based on their GPA, essay, and school recommendation. Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Monday, May 1, 2017

ICCS Freshman Receives Rotary Character Award

ICCS freshman Lilya Manuel was one of four Catholic school students to receive the Character Award from the Memphis Rotary Club at a luncheon Friday, March 31 at the Holiday Inn-University of Memphis.  The Rotary Club bestows the honor each year upon students who demonstrate strong character while overcoming major obstacles and successfully manage the challenges in their lives.  Each award recipient received a plaque and a $1,000 check; students' schools received a certificate. Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Two ICCS Seniors Named Rhodes College Day Scholarship Recipients

ICCS seniors Madeline Kennel and Mildred Vazquez have been named recipients of the prestigious Clarence Day Scholarship at Rhodes College.  Based on academics and involvement with the Memphis community, the highly selective scholarship pays $35,000 toward enrollment costs at Rhodes and is awarded annually to just 10 first-year students.  Recipients must demonstrate a passion for Memphis and a desire to continue making a difference in the city. Throughout their time at Rhodes, Day... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Monday, March 27, 2017

ICCS Campus Celebrates Fine Arts Week

Immaculate Conception Cathedral School students and alumnae showcased their talents and celebrated the arts during the all-campus Fine Arts Week March 6-10.  The annual event kicked off on Monday with a performance from the CBHS Jazz Band and their lead vocalist, ICCS senior Emmeline Ramirez.  Other music-centered activities included a performance from the lower and middle school choir and vocal performances from ICCS alumnae Terry Starr, Dagmar Bergen and Annie Freres.  ... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Saturday, March 11, 2017

Middle School Math Team Brings Home First-Place Medals

ICCS's Middle School Math Team, all sixth-graders, brought home first-place medals in the Catholic Schools Math Competition held on Saturday, Feb. 18 at Memphis Catholic High School.  Students from 29 Midsouth Catholic schools competed in the annual competition, in which ICCS students consistently receive top honors.  L-R: Matty Wackerfuss, Coleman Carrier, Luke Gerstner, Brett Barron.  The students are coached by ICCS Middle School teacher Ms. Sarah Bowers. Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Wednesday, February 22, 2017

ICCS Senior Receives CBU's Trustee Scholarship

Christian Brothers University has awarded ICCS senior Heidi Stonecipher with its Trustee Scholarship, the most prestigious academic scholarship available at CBU. This merit-based scholarship benefits outstanding students for academic performance and  covers full tuition and fees at the university.  Heidi, who has been an ICCS student since the 5th grade, is the first ICCS student to receive this award.   L-R:  David and Jennifer Stonecipher; Lori Latham, CBU; Heidi... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Seniors, Eighth-Graders Recognized in Annual Pinning Ceremonies

Immaculate Conception Cathedral School students, parents and friends celebrated two time-honored traditions in the Cathedral last week, the annual Middle School and Senior Pinning Ceremonies. The ceremonies are occasions set aside to congratulate the students on their past achievements and to recognize the milestone transitions they will soon make to the next educational level. On Wednesday, Feb. 1, 8th-graders were recognized in a ceremony during which each received a pin to signify the... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Friday, February 3, 2017

Middle School Students Honor 'Unsung' Heroes on School Maintenance Staff. Featured: Ms. Deatrice Shata Bowie

Immaculate Conception Cathedral School 7th-graders recently paid tribute to the school and parish maintenance staff through a writing project called "Unsung Heroes."  The class chose to recognize the maintenance staff as part of their monthly Random Acts of Kindness program. Students collaboratively interviewed all six of the staff members and wrote a brief biography on each one, which will be published in a series in this news section. By Jalyiah Driskill, Olivia Pipkin,... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Middle School Students Honor Maintenance Staff in 'Unsung Heroes' Writing Series: Featured – Mr. Ronald Gant

Immaculate Conception Cathedral School 7th-graders recently paid tribute to the school and parish maintenance staff through a writing project called "Unsung Heroes."  The class chose to recognize the maintenance staff as part of their monthly Random Acts of Kindness program. Students collaboratively interviewed all six of the staff members and wrote a brief biography on each one, which will be published in a series in this news section. Mr. Ronald Everett Gant Ronald... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Monday, November 14, 2016

ICCS 5th/6th Boys Soccer Team Finishes Season Undefeated

ICCS’s 5th/6th Boys Soccer Team Finishes Season Undefeated Immaculate Conception Cathedral Schools 5th/6th-grade boys soccer team and  coaches celebrated the end of the 2016 season with an undefeated record.  Back row from left: Brock Weaver, head coach; Brett Barron; Matty Wackerfuss; Lyndon Thomas; Ashton Hudson; Chance Weaver, assistant coach; Herb Levy, assistant coach. Front row: Collin Brooks; Vincent Reiter; Vincent Levy; Luke Gerstner; Yayay Almaatouk. Not pictured,... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Thursday, October 20, 2016

ICCS High School Science Chair Elected Board Member for Tennessee Environmental Education Association

ICCS’s high school Science Department chair Helen Stearnes has been elected to serve as a board member at large for the Tennessee Environmental Education Association (TEEA).  The TEEAA works to develop a develop awareness about environmental issues and to develop a world a population that has the knowledge, skills, attitudes, motivations, and commitment to work individually and collectively toward solutions of current environmental problems and the prevention of new ones. Ms.... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Thursday, September 29, 2016

ICCS to Honor Six at Sept. 23 Hall of Fame Awards Luncheon

Immaculate Conception Cathedral School will recognize six individuals at the Fifth Annual Hall of Fame Awards Luncheon on Friday, Sept. 23, in the Cathedral’s Marian Hall.  The 2016 Hall of Fame honorees are William G. “Billy” Griesbeck, former school board member; Suzanne Weed Martin, Class of 1978; Dorothy Fellows Weems, Class of 1962; Shante Knox Avant, Class of 1990; Regina Whitley, Class of 1974; and Dr. Dreda Collins Baker, Class of 1982. The Awards Luncheon... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Friday, September 9, 2016

Freshmen Welcomed to ICCS During Traditional Capping Ceremony

ICCS high school freshmen were officially welcomed to high school during the traditional Freshman Capping Ceremony held this morning in the Cathedral. After morning prayer, each freshman was called forward with the senior who will serve as her big sister for the school year. Seniors placed school beanies on their little sisters' heads to be worn throughout the first week of school. The freshman caps are a longstanding school tradition that identifies the freshmen as newcomers to the IC... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Thursday, August 11, 2016

Cathedral and School Campus Dedicate New Early Childhood Center

Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (IC) and Immaculate Conception Cathedral School (ICCS) celebrated the dedication of the campus’ new Cathedral Center/Early Childhood Center on Monday, Aug. 8. The Most Reverend J. Terry Steib, SVD, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Memphis in Tennessee, presided at the liturgy that began in the Cathedral and led the procession to the Center, where he bestowed blessings throughout the building. The $4 million, two-story structure houses preschool... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Tracey Dysart-Ford Returns to ICCS as Interim High School Principal

Tracey Dysart-Ford has been named interim high school principal for Immaculate Conception Cathedral School, Cathedral rector Msgr. Val Handwerker announced earlier this week. A 28-year education veteran, Dysart-Ford served as director of Guidance and College Counseling at ICCS from 2010-2015 and most recently served as director of Marketing and Community Outreach at St. Benedict at Auburndale High School.  Prior to joining ICCS in 2010, Ford held dean- and director-level positions in... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Friday, June 3, 2016

Hannah Martin, 2016 Valedictorian, Jocelyn Vazquez Rangel, Salutatorian

Congratulations to the Class of 2016's valedictorian Hannah Martin and salutatorian Jocelyn Vazquez Rangel. Valedictorian Hannah Martin scored 35 on the ACT, with a perfect score in the science and math sections, and graduated with a 4.64 GPA. She received scholarship offers from Georgetown University, Loyola University, Christian Brothers University, Hendrix College, Rhodes College, Sewanee: The University of the South, and Spring Hill College. Hannah will attend Georgetown University,... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Friday, May 20, 2016

ICCS Alumna Tina Santi Flaherty Celebrates Release of New Book

Immaculate Conception high school alumni and students had an opportunity to meet a well-known businesswoman, philanthropist, author, and IC sister last Thursday when alumna Tina Santi Flaherty was in town to promote the release of the expanded commemorative edition of her book What Jackie Taught Us: Lessons from the Remarkable Life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis . The University of Memphis, Flaherty’s college alma mater, celebrated the book’s release by hosting a special... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Wednesday, May 4, 2016