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
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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
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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
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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
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