The mission of Immaculate Conception School is to provide a Catholic Grade School education for the Catholic community of Immaculate Conception Parish.
This will be accomplished in a Christ centered environment stressing excellence in academic, athletic, cultural, and social development.
This is achieved through the cooperation and participation of students, parents, faculty, parishioners and friends, based on the Gospel message and Roman Catholic teachings.
- Top Ranked FL School
- Grades: Prekindergarten-8
- Enrollment: 466 students
- Yearly Tuition: $6,650
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
- Source: Verified school update
Summer School Offered
Student Body Type
% Students of Color
State avg.: 46%
Students by Grade
Academics and Faculty
Total Classroom Teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio
National avg.: 13:1
Classroom Dress Code
Sunshine School Uniforms
Sunshine School Uniforms
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
None / Rolling
Yearly Tuition Cost
- The mission of Immaculate Conception School is to provide a Catholic Grade School education for the Catholic community of Immaculate Conception Parish. This will be accomplished in a Christ centered environment stressing excellence in academic, athletic, cultural, and social development. This is achieved through the cooperation and participation of students, parents, faculty, parishioners and friends, based on the Gospel message and Roman Catholic teachings.
Source: Verified school update
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does Immaculate Conception School cost?
Immaculate Conception School's tuition is approximately $6,650 for private students.
What is Immaculate Conception School's ranking?
When is the application deadline for Immaculate Conception School?
The application deadline for Immaculate Conception School is rolling (applications are reviewed as they are received year-round).
ICCS feels like my home away from home for I walked those halls plenty of time years ago with my children and now years later, with their children, my grandchildrexen and my two little ones. Mrs. Leon, our principal, brings a warm maternal feeling to our school. She knows every student by name and is always thinking of wonderful things for the students to enjoy combined with a faith centered education. Even though I miss Father Paco tremendously, Father Manny has brought back this feeling of wanting to go to church, has brought life, hope, and a promise to our school without even saying a word, that the best is yet to come. The toughest thing to embrace is change, Well, ICCS may not be the same as a lot of us remember, but is we just stopped and took the time to really think, our children are safer, happier and as always loved by their teachers. I heard a parent complain the other day that what she did not like at Immaculate was that our children being there was like having them live in a bubble, i asked her what she meant, for i did not understand and her response was "its not the real world" well I for one appreciate that bubble, for I don't want them to know the real world as it is today, I want for them to unite and make a better world for tomorrow and the only way to do that is to believe and live in faith. Immaculate is preparing them and showing them the way. Proud parent, Rosa Pavon
The family atmosphere combined with the faith-centered education are so refreshing. Students are well versed in all subjects, including Spanish starting in Kindergarten, religion courses part of each year, and technology using iPads in the classrooms. As a proud graduate from here, I am impressed with how much they have improved since my days. Father Manny is wonderful and energetic and has brought new life to this school.
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