Immaculate Conception School, established in 1904, is dedicated to providing our students with a quality education true to the Catholic tradition where academic excellence is pursued by all, our faith is modeled and taught, expressed in worship and prayer, and uniquely lived in service to others.
Immaculate Conception School students perform very well in the New York State assessment tests. In the results of the Spring of 2013 tests our Proficiency rating for Grades 3-8 were 70% in English Language Arts and 54% in Math. The Diocesan rating was 47.5% and 32% respectively.
We are honored to have Mrs. Mary Bonanno (Art) on our staff, as well as Miss Mary Jane Liszewski (Grade 2). Mrs. Bonanno is the New York State Elementary Science Teacher of the Year (2013) and Miss Liszewski is the Diocesan Teacher of the Year (2013), receiving the Tim Russert Making a Difference Award.
Our parish school currently serves more than 200 students in grades K-8. We are accredited by the Middle-States Association of Colleges and Schools. We offer full-day Kindergarten, state-of-the-art computer and science labs, advanced math and science courses, many sports programs and other activities.