DANBURY—Immaculate High School announced that six students achieved perfect scores on college admissions exams. Both ACT and SAT scores are used for college admissions decisions and awarding merit-based scholarships.
Students William Doran and Zifeng Zhan received the distinguished accomplishment of a perfect 800 score on the Math SAT section. Additionally, perfect ACT scores were achieved by Caitlin Doherty (English), Calista Dudas (Reading and Writing), Kennedi Muller (Reading), and Caroline Tucker (English). In addition to congratulating each of these students, Principal Wendy Neil thanks the “remarkable dedication of faculty and staff in presenting exemplary personalized college-preparatory academic and support programs.”
Immaculate High School was recently recognized as an A+ school by NICHE, a national organization that ranks elementary through college schools based on key statistics provided by the U.S. Department of Education and parent/student reviews. With a counselor-student ratio of 1:125 and teacher-student ratio of 1:7, Immaculate’s academic program offers a diverse college-preparatory program that includes 30 Advanced Placement, 8 dual enrollment courses and 3 certification courses, namely nursing, graphics arts and technology. Outside its academic programs, NICHE ranked the school #16 out of 270 high schools that are “Best for Athletes.”
To learn more about the reasons why students who attend Immaculate are enjoying their college-preparatory experience and to learn more about becoming a part of its thriving community, visit immaculatehs.org.
Immaculate High School is a private, non-profit Catholic college-preparatory institution serving students from 28 communities in Connecticut and New York. Founded in 1962, Immaculate High School also allows students to focus on their spiritual development, personal moral commitments and service to others.