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About Immaculata Academy
Discover the Southtownsâ€™ premier female educational academy.
Review the challenging, college-preparatory curriculum designed to launch your daughter into the university, career and life she desires.
Our opportunities for student involvement create leadership drive and bond students into true sisters.
Opportunities abound in an elite athletic program with a legacy of achievement.
Preview the application process and what it takes to become an IA sister.
Examine the numerous opportunities available to aid the investment in your daughterâ€™s future.
OUR MISSION Immaculata Academy, a private, Catholic, college-preparatory high school, is dedicated to educating young women based on Franciscan values. With a family spirit in mind, our goal for each student is that she maximize her potential academically, spiritually and personally, so as to be an instrument of positive change in society.
OUR ROOTS Immaculata Academy was founded in 1928 by the Franciscan Sisters of St. Joseph (FSSJ), the sponsoring body. The school continues to be conducted by the FSSJ and dedicated lay and religious teachers. The schoolâ€™s foundational standards of excellence continue today, and the faculty and staff at Immaculata Academy are constructing a bright future with enthusiasm, optimism and hope. The staff and students are continuing the dream of young Colette Hilbert, who placed the Academy under the patronage of Mary, our Mother, and sought to open young ladiesâ€™ minds and hearts to the will of God in their lives.
SPIRITUAL LIFE A relationship exists among all members of the Immaculata Academy family that is respectful, accepting, caring, cooperative, and Christian in its understanding of the rights of all. Students are prepared to meet the challenges of the adult world as true committed Christians through annual retreats, a program of religious studies, and a total of 80 hours of service activities which foster spiritual growth. In light of our Franciscan values of harmony, respect, service, peacemaking, stewardship, joy and prayer, we encourage each student to use her leadership skills so as to be an instrument of positive change in society.
FRANCISCAN STUDIES Immaculata Academy embraces Catholic Franciscan spirituality in every aspect of the school community. We incorporate the Franciscan Studies module into our course offerings through religion classes and annual student retreats. Each grade level concentrates on one core Third Order Franciscan value - humility, poverty, conversion and contemplation - and corresponding Franciscan virtues - respect, service, peacemaking and prayer/joy - from the Belief Statement of Immaculata Academy. In addition, each year a Franciscan symbol is discussed. These Franciscan values are studied through the writings and teachings of St. Francis and St. Claire of Assisi as well as of Mother Colette Hilbert, Foundress of the Franciscan Sisters of St. Joseph, sponsors of Immaculata Academy.
FACULTY & STAFF ORIENTATION Each faculty and staff member learns about the history and spirituality of Immaculata Academy so as to become a model for the students and incorporate â€œFranciscan momentsâ€? into their classroom curriculum. Additionally, the annual faculty and staff retreats center on a specific aspect of Franciscan spirituality.
FRANCISCAN ATMOSPHERE One of our goals is to have visual reminders throughout the school of our Catholic Franciscan culture. To that end, we have placed various symbols of this heritage in the classrooms and other gathering spaces around the campus.
As a college-preparatory high school, Immaculata Academy offers a challenging, well-rounded curriculum. Young women are provided the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills, a strong command of the spoken and written word, and essential fine arts and technology skills.
ACADEMIC ACCREDITATION Ongoing self-evaluation and curricular updates allow Immaculata Academy to meet or exceed New York State curriculum standards. Our Academy is accredited by both the New York State Board of Regents and the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Our varied academic programs are designed to meet college entrance requirements and future employment standards in an ever-changing world. Every student has access to a wide range of learning resources, including constantly updated technology. Small class sizes and an average 12:1 student-to-teacher ratio support each studentâ€™s academic potential and needs.
My dream of attending an Ivy League school became a reality with the help of my family and the teachers at Immaculata Academy who supported me in the pursuit of my goals. I cannot wait to discover the opportunities awaiting me at Wharton! - Katlyn Grasso, ’11
Students must also complete 80 hours of community service (min. of 20 hours per school year), a senior religion synthesis paper with an exit interview, and a senior English research paper.
• English • Religious Studies • Social Studies • Math • Science
• World Language • Physical Education or Dance • Fine Arts • Health • Intro to Computers
In addition to certain New York State course requirements, Immaculata Academy has additional requirements. A minimum of 24 credits through the following classes are needed to graduate:
See how IA’s SAT scores stack up against the national averages
HONORS AND ADVANCED PLACEMENT COURSES Students must have a cumulative average of 85% or higher in the particular subject area to be eligible to apply for honors classes. A 90% or better is required to be eligible to apply for AP courses. • AP English • AP 2-D Design • AP Drawing • AP Sculpture
• AP Biology • AP Chemistry • AP American History
BOCES Occupational, criminal justice, early childhood education, graphic design trade and technical courses are offered in a dual-enrollment program with the Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) for both juniors and seniors.
COLLEGE CREDIT Hilbert College offers seniors at Immaculata Academy the opportunity to take courses for college credit at a discount. Courses include but are not limited to: • EN101: College Writing • TH101: Intro to Theatre • CJ101: Intro to Criminal Justice • COM110: Intro to Mass Media • BI114: The Human Body • COM170: Explorations in Media • PS101: Intro to Political Science Other affiliations include Trocaire College, Erie Community College and a summer leadership course at Canisius College
Earrings: Definitely. Accessories are allowed, along with nail polish and make-up.
Shirt: Your choice of a white long-sleeve or short-sleeve Oxford button-down. Must be tucked in when worn without a sweater or vest.
Tie: Two choices: blue and silver, or red and blue
Sweater/ Vest: Only those with official IA logo. Gray, red and navy colors.
Skirt: Navy blue A-line hemmed no shorter than three inches above knee. Navy blue pants are an option as well.
Shoes: Your choice! Any color; needs back strap and no heels higher than two inches. Sandals approved in warm weather (need a back strap).
Socks: Optional in warm weather. Solid color, black, grey, navy and white in kneehighs, tights and shorties are allowed.
Mandatory uniform piece
Regulation items all available through McKayâ€™s Uniforms
Immaculata Difference. Our 13:1 student-toteacher ratio provides your daughter more personal attention than she would get from public school teachers, where the ratio can be more than 20:1.
STUDENT LIFE Participation in extra-curricular activities enhances student life at Immaculata Academy. Each student has ample opportunity and encouragement to become involved in activities at IA through membership in various clubs and/ or sports teams. Involvement promotes individual and group responsibility, respect and pride. Immaculata Academy helps young women develop by participating in a long list of fine arts programs, literary programs, leadership opportunities, interscholastic athletics, academic organizations and community outreach programs. Students can easily develop a new talent through any one of the many activities offered at IA. Leadership in Practice • National Honor Society • Student Government • Leadership Training • Environmental Club
Academic Organizations • Mock Trial • Library Club • WNY Science Congress • Chess Club
Fine Arts and Literary • Spring and Christmas plays • Bella Voce Chamber Choir • Art Club • Student Newspaper • Literary Magazine • Annual Musical
Community Outreach • Helping Hands Club • Franciscan Club • Hamburg Character Council, Inc. • Students Against Violence Everywhere • Respect Life Club • Booster Club • Students Against Destructive Decisions • Students Toward Animal Rights
ANNUAL EVENTS • Freshman Forum • Meet the Teachers’ Night • Mater Christi Award Gala • Fall concert • Musical • Father-Daughter Social • Mother-Daughter Tea • National Honor Society Induction • Junior Ring Day • Christmas concert • Respect Life - Homeless Hangout • World Language Program • Spring concert
• Shamrock Sweepstakes • Fine Arts Night • One Act Play Competition • Junior/Senior Prom • Athletic Awards Banquet • Spirit Week • Dances • Senior Alumnae Induction • Grammar School Basketball Tournament • Homecoming Sunday • Distinguished Speaker Series
ATHLETICS Immaculata Academy considers the athletic program an integral part of the schoolâ€™s educational program. We believe this program provides experiences affecting student-athletes physically, mentally, socially and emotionally. We believe that by promoting sportsmanship at all levels, the athletic program instills pride, reinforces a sound value system and enhances the individualâ€™s self-image, as well as the image of the school. Our athletic program should achieve and maintain the following goals and objectives: 1. Develop high moral and ethical values, standards and behaviors in student athletes. 2. Develop student athletes who demonstrate good sportsmanship, including respect for opponents and officials, and maintain self-control at all times. 3. Concentrate on skill development and on student-athlete participation in contests. 4. Develop a competitive winning attitude, consistent with good sportsmanship. 5. Encourage individual commitment to personal and team goals. 6. Promote pride in the school and athletic program. 7. Emphasize and reinforce the importance of academic achievement. 8. Discuss with student-athletes the importance of a lifetime positive attitude toward physical fitness. 9. Develop qualities of leadership.
While our athletes have found tremendous success on the playing field, we take greater pride in the values they have internalized as part of their athletic participation: discipline, honor, courage, teamwork and respect - all important traits toward being an influence of positive change in society. VARSITY
GPA of IA student athletes
JV & VARSITY
National long-jump champion Kaitlyn Lopez was also a member of the Cross Country and Track teams that each won their AllCatholic meet during the 20102011 school year
photo courtesy ArmoryTrack.com
649-6161 ex.125 lmunson@ImmaculataAcademy.com
Asst. Athletic Director
September Attend our Open House to tour the campus, meet current students, faculty, coaches, parents and alumnae.
November Eighth-graders interested in attending must take the placement exam. Immaculata bases financial awards and scholarships primarily on each studentâ€™s exam results. December All students seeking consideration for the Tuition Assistance Program must return FACTS forms to the Business Office. January IA mails acceptance notifications to new students and scholarship award winners. Qualified students also receive tuition assistance information. February All accepted students and their parents are invited to attend Freshman Registration. May Current and prospective students invited to enjoy an evening of award-winning student talent at Fine Arts Night.
October IA admission forms accepted at your daughterâ€™s elementary or middle school.
June Immaculata Academy welcomes all accepted students and their families to our Induction Mass and Breakfast. August Before classes begin, accepted students attend a Freshman Forum covering elements leading to a smooth transition to high school life. Students learn time management skills and good study habits.
Eighth grade girls who are choosing Immaculata Academy as their first-choice high school must register by November 15 for the exam being held on November 19, 8 a.m. There is a $20 fee for the exam.
Placement Exam Review Course
Eighth grade girls are encouraged to register for our Placement Exam Review Course, November 7-9 & 15-17, 4-6 p.m.; the cost is $100. Courses cover all essential elements of the exam; practice tests assist students with critical thinking and test-taking skills. Immaculata Academy awards scholarships primarily based on potential studentsâ€™ placement exam scores.
Beginning each fall and available throughout the school year, eighth grade girls are invited to spend the day shadowing an Immaculata freshman. Guest shadows accompany our students to classes and get a first-hand experience of what it means to attend Immaculata Academy. Our shadow program is an ideal opportunity for an incoming freshman to talk with students and teachers, one-on-one.
Adventure Program: A Summer Enrichment Experience
During the month of July, Immaculata Academy conducts a oneweek summer day camp for girls in fifth through eighth grades. Camp includes courses on science, computers, drama, math and physical fitness and recreation. Call Immaculata Academy in the spring for more information.
An Immaculata Academy graduate is a responsible leader who: • is prepared for college by exceeding the New York State standards for learning through honors, advanced placement and challenging elective courses; • takes pride in generating quality work to the best of her ability; • is spiritually prepared to meet the challenges of life; • brings a spirit of joy to her relationships and service to others; • shows responsible leadership by: • being a person of positive influence • demonstrating good moral character and integrity • communicating effectively • solving problems creatively
mmaculata Academy expects its students to act as ambassadors to the community, and respectful, collegial behavior will be returned with respect from Academy personnel. Each student must accept the responsibility of publicly demonstrating the honorable conduct rightfully expected of her as stated throughout Immaculata Academy’s Student Handbook distributed to all students before the first day of the school for each academic year. *For more information on student conduct and expectations, view the entire Student-Parent Handbook online at ImmaculataAcademy.com.
DID YOU KNOW? •
Our students represent 17 school districts, 26 surrounding townships, and 36 parishes.
A single-sex education provides an optimum environment for the academic and personal growth of future female leaders.
Students who reside within a 15-mile radius of Immaculata Academy have bus transportation provided by their school district.
85% of IA students earn an 85 G.P.A. or better; 52% earn a 90 G.P.A. or better; our athletes earn an average 91.88 G.P.A.
IA offers over 50 opportunities for students to enter leadership roles at the school, through student government, club officer opportunities, leadership programs, and many sport offerings.
IA students have the option to select a dance program for physical education credit.
Our Parent Guild raises an average of over $30,000 each year, toward the support of student activities.
Our school day begins at 7:56 a.m. and concludes at 2:07 p.m. each day.
85% of IA girls participate in interscholastic athletics and clubs.
Immaculata Academy has a president-principal model of leadership. This organizational structure allows the president to serve as an ambassador for the Academy, promoting the Academy’s mission and building strong relationships within the community. Under this leadership model, the principal is more effective at the responsibility of managing the operation of the school.
Our athletic program has fielded five state championship teams within the last four years (Basketball, 2006, ‘07; Volleyball, 2007; Track & Field, 2008, 2010).
Business First ranked Immaculata Academy the #1 private girls’ school in the Southtowns.
98% of our students earn Regent’s diplomas, with 75% earning advanced Regent’s diplomas.
IA features state-of-the-art classroom technology including interactive SMART Boards, video production equipment, an updated computer lab, and a recentlyrenovated auditorium featuring new lighting and audio equipment.
With a student-to-teacher ratio of just 13:1, the options for personalized learning, class participation, leadership opportunities and memorable experiences are abundant.
Immaculata Academy’s Class of 2011 earned over $3.9 million dollars in college scholarships. That’s an average of over $75,000 per student! Also, their SAT scores were significantly higher than the women’s national average.
Tuition and Fees
Each fall, the Board of Trustees reviews and sets tuition for the following academic year.
Registration forms for all students are to be completed and returned with a $650 nonrefundable tuition deposit by February 2012. We are unable to process a student’s course selection and schedule without a signed registration form and deposit. Checks, money orders, Visa and Master Card are accepted for registration fees.
In the event that a student withdraws from Immaculata after the start of the school year, a Withdrawal Form must be completed. In addition, all financial obligations including a $1,000 early withdrawal fee, must be paid, before a prorated tuition refund or transcripts will be released.
FACTS Tuition Management System is the monthly payment plan used for collecting tuition owed for students attending Immaculata Academy. Apply online by visiting www.ImmaculataAcademy.com and clicking the FACTS link on the left-hand column. Payments are budgeted over 10 months beginning in July.
All applying students who would like to be considered for the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) must apply no later than January 2011, for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Discounts are available for the following:
• A 2% discount for full-tuition payment by August 1 • A $100 family discount for a second daughter in the school.
mmaculata Academy prides itself on assisting young women to attain a high school education that will best prepare them for college and beyond. Scholarship availability may vary from year to year. Placement exam results are used as the primary basis for scholarship eligibility. However, academic record, community involvement and financial need are also taken into consideration in determining scholarship awards. The following scholarships have been awarded in the past to Immaculata Academy’s incoming freshmen, based on the entrance exam:
• John R. Oishei Foundation Scholarship (application can be picked up at the placement exam, Nov. 21)
Four-Year, Partial-Tuition Scholarships • IA Mater Christi Scholarship • Franciscan Sisters of St. Joseph Scholarship • IA Parent Guild Scholarship • M & T Bank Scholarship • Palisano Foundation Scholarship • Knights of Columbus, Hamburg Scholarship
One-Year, Partial Tuition Scholarships • Immaculata Academy Mater Christi Scholarship • Franciscan Sisters of St. Joseph Scholarship • IA Board of Trustees Scholarship • Second Sibling Scholarship • IA Alumnae Association Scholarship Scholarship returns: • IA Parent Guild Scholarship 2011 graduates’ total • Stachowiak Family Scholarship scholarship winnings averaged to over • Elderwood Village at Rosewood Scholarship $75,000 per student • Picasso’s Scholarship enough to pay for four • Ilio DiPaolo Scholarship years of college!
One-Year, Partial-Tuition Scholarships • Laura Adams Scholarship Foundation • Teresa Taneff Biology Scholarship • Character First Scholarship • Laura Burns Memorial Scholarship • Coach Jack Brown Scholarship • Sr. Martha Olszewski Grant • Sr. Karen Klimczak SSJ Mem. Scholarship • Peace and Justice Scholarship
The following scholarships have been awarded in the past to IA sophomores, juniors and seniors. Applications are required for these awards:
Scholarship winnings averaged to student
Four-Year Full-Tuition Scholarships
MAGGIE, KRISTA AND LIANNE VAN WAGNER Krista Van Wagner, ’79, owner of Curly’s Grill and Banquet Center in Lackawanna, enjoyed her time at IA so much that she decided some 30 years later to encourage her daughters, Maggie, a sophomore, and Lianne, a junior, to attend. “Through my time at IA, I developed a close group of friends that I still keep in touch with today, Krista said. “Along with being better prepared for college, IA gave me a tremendous feeling of self-confidence, which helped me strive as a chef in a male-dominated profession.”
HONORABLE PATRICIA MAXWELL After graduating from IA in 1978, Judge Maxwell went on to the University of Buffalo for her undergraduate degree as well as her juris doctorate. She currently serves as vice president of the New York State Family Court Judges Association and as a board member of the St. Thomas Moore Guild of Catholic Lawyers. Judge Maxwell’s daughter Emily continued the IA tradition, graduating in 2011. She now attends Edinboro University. She was awarded the Mother Colette Hilbert Award for her community service.
FACULTY / STAFF Andelora, Rachel School Counselor M.S. School Counseling Canisius College M.S.. Psychology, Canisius College
Cherry, FSSJ, Sr. Jean Marie Director of Mission Integration World Languages M.S. Foreign Language Ed., SUNY at Buffalo; B.S. Ed. & Secondary Foreign Language, SUNY at Buffalo
Anderson, Mary-Anne World Languages B.S.M.T., Temple University M.A., Millersville State Univ. B.A., D’Youville College
Ciezki, Deacon Robb Campus Minister, Religious Studies Associate in Applied Science, Villa Maria College Cert. Pastoral Studies, Christ the King Seminary
Bassett, Kathleen Music, Choral B.M.E. Music Education, Butler University M.M. Piano Performance, Cleveland State University
Connors, Jane Business Assistant St. Mary’s School of Business
Benes, Veronica Fine Arts B.A. Art Education, Empire State College
Cook, Aimee History B.S. Augmented History and Adolescent Education, Houghton College. M.A. Differentiated Instruction, St. Bonaventure University (Antic.)
Bird, Jessica English M.S. English Education, SUNY at Buffalo B.A. English, Ohio State University
Covelli, Susan Institutional Advancement Ass’t M.S. Ed., Canisius College B.S. Travel and Tourism, Niagara University
Bogdan, Edward Science M.S. Ed., Canisius College B.S. Chem., Canisius College
DeNisco, Shirley School Secretary High School Diploma, Frontier Central Schools
Brewer, Sr. Marylin, R.S.M. Religious Studies M.S. Education, SUNY College at Buffalo B.S. Ed., Mt. St. Joseph College
Drabik, Andrea Admissions/Recruiting Director Athletic Director M.S. Counseling & Human Services, Canisius College B.A. Psychology, SUNY at Buffalo
Dzik, Carol Mathematics B.A. Mathematics, Montclair State College
Moore, Sharon Librarian B.A English Language and Literature, Grand Valley State University Master of Library Science, SUNY at Buffalo
Horab, Saima School Counselor M.S. Counselor Education, Canisius College B.A. Psychology, Niagara University
Munson, Laura Physical Education M.S. Physical Education, SUNY Cortland B.S. Physical Education, Canisius College
Hager, Lauren English M.S. English Education, Buffalo State B.A. English, History, SUNY College at Buffalo
Oliver, Donald Mathematics B.S. Science, SUNY College at Buffalo Cert. Seconday Math Education, SUNY at Buffalo
Kaputa, Bill Biology B.S, Biology Canisius College
Radens, Mary School Nurse A.A. Nursing, Erie Community College
Keough, Mary Alumnae Director B.F.A. Graphic Design, SUNY at Fredonia
Regueira, Beth World Languages M.S. Secondary Education, Niagara University B.S. Spanish, University of Nebraska
Lemiesz, Scott Social Studies B.A. History Canisius College M.S. General Education Canisius College
Sambora, David Social Studies B.A. Social Studies, SUNY at New Paltz
Monaco, Jill Principal M.S. Ed. Administration, Canisius College M.S. General Ed, Canisius College B.S. Psych., SUNY at Oswego SAS cert., Canisius College SDL cert., Canisius College (antic.)
Schuler, Lisa Mathematics B.S. Education, SUNY College at Fredonia M.S. Ed. Secondary Education, Canisius College
Schifano, Ron Buildings & Grounds Engineer B.S. Biology, SUNY at Buffalo
Wapshare, Penny Guidance Assistant High School Diploma, Washington High School
Skrzyniecki, Marie Science M.S. Ed., SUNY College at Buffalo B.S., SUNY College at Buffalo
Wiatrowski, Jo Ann World Languages/English M.S. Foreign Lang. Education SUNY at Buffalo B.S. Secondary Ed. & French, SUNY College at Buffalo
Smith, Robert Science B.S. Biology, SUNY at Fredonia M.S. Education, SUNY at Fredonia
Winans, Darlene Business/Computers B.S. Business and Accounting, University of Phoenix Certification, Mercyhurst College
Smith, Holly Health M.S. Physical Education, Canisius College B.S. Health Education, SUNY at Cortland
Zgoda, Susan M. World Languages B.A. French and Spanish, Canisius College
Tirone, FSSJ, Sr. M. Paulette President M.S. Education/Guidance, Niagara University B.S. Education, Medaille College Vosburg, Graham Public Relations Director B.A. Journalism/ Mass. Comm. St. Bonaventure University M.A. Integrated Mktg. Comm., St. Bonaventure University Walker, Suzanne Chief Advancement Officer B.A. Communications, SUNY College at Buffalo
IA student sport/club participation
CONTACT INFORMATION Main Office Number
Principal Jill Monaco
Assistant Principal Sr. Jean Cherry
Admissions/Athletic Director Andrea Drabik
Guidance Department Fresh - Soph Rachel Andelora
Junior - Senior Saima Horab
Campus Minister Robb Ciezki
Business Manager Laurie Jones Chief Advancement Officer Suzanne Walker
Ext. 160 Ext. 134
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Colleges and Universities Attended by Our Graduates Adrian College Albany College of Pharmacy of Union University Alfred University Allegheny College Alliance College Alverno College American Institute of Banking American University Arizona State University Art Institute of Atlanta Art Institute of Pittsburgh Ashland University Baldwin-Wallace College Baylor University Belmont Abbey College Bergen Community College Binghamton University Boston College Boston University Butler University California State University at Long Beach California State University at San Bernadino California University Canisius College Case Western Reserve Catholic University Cazenovia College Champlain College Clarkson University Cleveland Institute of Art College of St. Francis College of St. Rose Cornell University Daemen College Duke University Duquesne University Dâ€™Youville College Eastern Michigan University Eckerd College Edinboro University Elmira College Fashion Institute of Technology Finger Lakes Community College Fordham University Franciscan University Franklin Pierce College Gannon University George Washington University
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Published on Jan 27, 2012
Published on Jan 27, 2012
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