Immaculate High School Students Honor Veterans

DANBURY– Immaculate High School students and faculty came together for a Veterans Prayer Service and Tribute to honor all veterans who gave so much to protect our freedoms and safety. The IHS band and choir performed patriotic music honoring all military branches.

The names of the veterans from the Immaculate family were read and students processed with flags bearing those veterans names to our Hill of Honor, where they will be displayed until November 15.

A special thank you to alumnus Tom Saadi ‘88, Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Veterans Affairs, for attending and speaking to the students and faculty. Immaculate presented a check from flag donations to support programs at the CT Department of Veterans Affairs.

Immaculate High Schools offers over 33 Advanced Placement classes and a STEAM curriculum featuring advanced technology, a CISCO certification program, renovated science labs and engineering classes and a Certified Nursing Associate program. It also has an award-winning Fine Arts program, a student career internship program, athletic teams that have won SWC and State Championships, 44 clubs and a Campus Ministry and community service program that instills faith, compassion and reverence for others. Founded in 1962, Immaculate is a private, non-profit Catholic college-preparatory institution serving students from 28 communities in Connecticut and New York.

Immaculate High School is located at 73 Southern Blvd, Danbury, CT 06810. On the web: