Immaculate High School: Ranked One of The Best Local High Schools

DANBURY—Enrollment for the Class of 2024 is now open at Immaculate High School. Newly ranked in the top third of all high schools in the State of Connecticut by NICHE, Immaculate High School is also among the highest-ranked Catholic high schools in the Diocese of Bridgeport and continues to attain the highest SAT scores in the Diocese. 
One of the more affordable private high schools, Immaculate High School encourages students to find success in academics, athletics, fine arts and clubs. The Class of 2019 had 100% who applied to colleges and universities and were awarded college scholarships and grants totaling $27 million. The top ten percent of students achieved an SAT score average of 1424 and nearly three-quarters of the class earned an average GPA of 3.5 or higher. Graduates have been accepted to colleges and universities such as Baylor University, Boston College, Columbia University, Drexel University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Notre Dame University, Penn State, Pepperdine University, Quinnipiac University, The Citadel, University of California, University of Connecticut, Wesleyan University and more. 
IHS students, a representation of area public, private and Catholic schools, seek academic challenges, discover leadership and engage in progressive learning opportunities. Students have been honored by the Danbury Exchange Club, the Danbury Rotary Club, the Danbury-New Fairfield Women’s Club, the Diocese of Bridgeport and more for their service and academic achievements. Student-athletes received numerous individual athletic SWC, CIAC and All American sportsmanship recognition and the girls’ field hockey team, girls’ cross country team, boys’ cross country team and boys’ golf team won SWC and/or State Championships in 2018-19. Students were honored with academic, music and art awards, including commendations from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, Connecticut High School Fine Arts Awards, Halo Theater Awards and more. Other students were part of the Brave Engineers Team and Mock Trial teams that won major competitions.  Students also perform community service, learn Catholic traditions and grow their faith.
Go to to start your application and register for upcoming admissions, shadow visits, placement testing and an Open House scheduled for Sunday, September 29 at 11 am at Immaculate High School.