The program of studies at Immaculata strives to meet the needs of all students in developing their abilities and talents. The curriculum is planned to permit the student to select college preparatory courses. The objectives of the total curriculum are to impart spiritual, intellectual, cultural, physical, and social values.
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A total of 132 credits is necessary for graduation. Four-year programs in Religion and English, three-year programs in Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics as well as 2 years of World Language are required. Pre-requisites for upper level courses are determined by the respective departments and must be met for entry into those respective courses.
All students are required to carry six major subjects plus Physical Education and Health. Classes that meet for five periods a week for the school year will earn five credits. Requirements are as follows:
Theology 4 years
English 4 years
Phys Ed/Health 4 years
Mathematics 3 years
Science 3 years
Social Studies 3 years
World Language 2 years
Additional options: 2-year Business Education and Computer Science Program, 3-year Art Program, and 4-year Music Program
Advanced Placement courses are available classes in Art, Computer Science, English, History, Mathematics, Music Theory, Science, and World Language with the opportunity of taking Advanced Placement Examinations. In addition, Honors courses are offered to students in English, Mathematics, Science, History, World Language, and Business.
Most subjects are taught at two or more levels of difficulty. To compensate for these varying levels, a quality point system is used by which a student receives a number of points based not only on his/her grade, but also on the level of the course.
Quality Point Table
School days are designated by the letters A through F instead of Monday through Friday. This system allows us to schedule special programs. Unless otherwise stated, every Tuesday is an Activity Day. Activity period is 38 minutes long and gives certain groups practice time as well as clubs a chance to meet. Students may use this period to make up tests, meet with teachers, attend club meetings, go the library or catch up on their homework.