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Ed Webber

Welcome to Immaculata High School - where every student is invited to Aim Higher Here.

Immaculata is more than a school, it is a safe place to learn and grow as young men and women, and to learn and realize what God had planned for us. In our school, you will see the normal things: a facility that reflects a positive learning environment, a faculty that is not only qualified but dedicated, and programs and activities that create a high school experience. But the ‘spirit’ of Immaculata comes from our students and I am certain that as you encounter our students during a tour, Open Home, or observe them as they compete, perform, and serve throughout our local community, you will be impressed with these young men and women. I know I am every day.

It is often said that high school is a journey. Yet if raising a child is a marathon, high school is a sprint. We only get a few short years to make a difference for our students, to help them find their way. As a graduate of Immaculata, I know that for me, my friends, and many other Spartans over the years, this community helped us find our way. It helped us find the humanity in others. It helped us navigate the tricky and sometimes tumultuous time spent in the last moments of childhood and the first breaths of adulthood. It helped us discover our unique talents and gifts, given to us by God. And when we left Immaculata, we were prepared for the journey ahead of us.

Certainly, the world outside of Immaculata is challenging and complicated. Perhaps that is why now, more than ever, Immaculata, named after and to honor through prayer our Blessed Mother, is needed for the next generation of young people. Today, we are proud to carry the torch of Catholic education with the time-tested standards of challenging academics, discipline, and individual accountability. Yet, we also embrace the diversity of knowledge necessary for our students to thrive past high school with many of our newer programs such as enhanced STEM, Visual, Digital and Performing Arts. Today, we recognize that a student’s journey is varied and so we offer the Marian Scholars, honors and AP programs to challenge our gifted learners and embrace young men and women with special learning considerations with our Unitas Prosperitas program. Finally, using our faith in God to guide us and built on our pillars of Faith, Scholarship, Service, and Friendship, our prayer for our students is that when they leave us, they can fulfill the line in our mission statement that calls them to take “active roles in the present and future of our Church, our country, and our world.”

Immaculate Mary, Pray for Us!

Mr. Edward J. Webber, M.Ed. '99

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