Considering Catholic education for your child?

2020-21 IRHS Restart Plan

“A Good Place to Spend
Five Years 
of your Life”

Here is a glimpse of what Immaculata is all about and what you can expect in our Grade 8 – 12 school community. You’ll see that we are much more than classrooms, hallways, and lockers. At Immaculata, life stories are forming, goals are being met, leaders are developing, artistic creations are being shared, spirituality is being explored, friendships are solidifying, athletic dreams are coming true, and traditions are continuing.  We are more than just a small school. We are a big family - here to encourage you to be the best version of yourself possible.

If you would like to learn more, please contact the office at 250-762-2730.

When we think of Immaculata we feel grateful our daughter can be a part of such an awesome family oriented school! Because the teachers know her and her learning style, they identify how to best support her academics. As a Catholic family, we love that she can learn our faith in a community setting. Best of all, she LOVES to go to school!!!
Karl and Deanne Winkler

Principal's Message

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Immaculata is our local regional Catholic high school serving Kelowna and its surrounding area. Immaculata was first established in 1960 and shared its campus with St. Joseph school.  In 1995, the “new” Immaculata was opened on the 1493 KLO Road site and currently serves over 250 students from grades 8-12.  The fully modern facility supports students in all their academic, athletic and spiritual endeavors.

Following the Roman Catholic tradition, Immaculata aspires to a Catholic atmosphere that is centered in the Gospel Message of Love. This Catholic atmosphere; inspires a deeper understanding of our Catholic heritage, instills a spirit of service, respects the dignity of the individual, and promotes involvement in parish life. Following our school motto, “A family that fosters excellence”, we guide and foster our students intellectually, spiritually, emotionally, physically, and socially.

Rob Plaxton

Principal