Immaculata's Alumni program is committed to help coordinate events, activities and initiatives that will keep alumni and Immaculata connected. We want our alumni to continue to be involved in the school community as well as to serve as role models for our current students.
Whether you attended Immaculata for just one year, or all 5, if you would like to receive news or become involved in Immaculata's Alumni program please contact:
CHECK OUT WHAT ALUM RYAN HOILAND IS UP TO NOW!:
"return to old watering holes for more than water ---
friends and dreams are there to meet you."
- An African Proverb
REGISTRATION is now open! Click on the green button above to connect to the event information and registration forms.
We have great plans for this event and the time is nearing to the next planning phase in which we need to secure our vendors etc. In order to do this we need to know numbers to keep moving forward. Many have expressed interest, but we do need a commitment in the form of registration which will remain open to
May 31st. Please continue to contact and invite those who made the school journey with you. That includes ALL (parents, friends, supporters).
Our inspiration for planning this "Homecoming" finds direction in the following words: Deuteronomy 4:9 "...but take care...so as neither to forget the things that your eyes have seen nor to let them slip from your mind all the days of your life, make them known to your children and your children's children...".
We have three goals that we hope you will help achieve.
1. Participation in the Homecoming Celebration
2. Creation of a Legacy Fund
3. Creation of an Alumni Association
Please contact Fran Hooker at ac.dnsic@inmula if you have any questions.
Chapter Two : The Catholic Schools Grow
Kindergarten opened in 1939 with three students enrolled: Alice de Pfyffer, Sheila Moss, and Margaret McCormack. By January 1940, Kindergarten class numbered nine, and four music pupils. In the fall of 1940, 22 students registered and more space was needed so the convent was enlarged and was known as the "Convent School". Growth continued. By 1946, it was necessary to open a classroom in the Parish Hall. School opened in September with 123 students. For the first time there was a grade 8 class.
The First Grade 8 Class
Marie Gruber, Marie Deering, Patsy West, Lerta Mc, Margaret Koenig, Willie Gramlich, Rosie Bulach, Mary Ann, Joe Lavery, Marlene Heinrich, Connie Kaufmann, Rose Schn, Marjorie Mussatto, Adeline Eberle, Otto Bulach, Michael Tutt, Howard Sloan
Check back soon for the next installment in our history . . . . .
October 9th, 2015
Blessings to our school family and the community beyond for a happy and safe Thanksgiving weekend. School is closed Monday, October 12th, and will re-open on Tuesday, October 13th.
May 20th, 2015
HURRAY! DON’T MISS OUT! TICKETS ARE GOING FAST!
The Immaculata Open 2015 promises to be another great day of golf, fun, friends, and a great banquet! This year’s event will once again be hosted at the Pinnacle Course at Gallagher’s Canyon with a banquet to follow in the Gallagher’s Canyon Clubhouse. Included in 2015 are2 CHANCES TO WIN A CAR with a hole in one, tee gifts, banquet prizes, closest to the pin competition, farthest drive competition, the list goes on…
The Open 2014 sold out, so don’t miss out! It’s going to be a great day!