DANBURY—Immaculate High School in Danbury welcomed 75 families to their campus this past Sunday, October 18, with precautions in place due to COVID-19. After originally planning on six tours over the two-hour event, the admissions team added four more tour slots to allow other interested prospective families an opportunity to see the school.
“While we had to adjust from our traditional larger open house event, we were able to host thirty-minute tours to allow families to experience our campus in a safe, socially distant way,” said Denise Suarez, director of admissions.
Prospective families learned about Immaculate’s innovative and certification programs including engineering, graphic arts, computer programming and nursing as well as its vast AP and Early College Education offerings in Fine Arts, Socials Studies, Math, English, Business and Science. The campus tours included the school’s new Fitness Center, state-of-the-art Physics, Biology and Chemistry labs and renovated Chapel.
Immaculate’s rigorous academic programs have led to a 100% college acceptance rate and over $30 million earned in scholarships and grants for the Class of 2020. Immaculate was recently ranked #10 out of 284 schools in Connecticut as “Best for Athletes” by Niche, and its theatre program has earned over 70 Halo Award nominations resulting in 14 wins in just the last four years.
Interested families who were not able to make it to the in-person open house are invited to attend a virtual open house on November 1 from 2-4 pm. To access this event, please register at www.immaculatehs.org/openhouse. If you have any questions regarding the admissions process, please contact Denise Suarez, Director of Admissions, 203.744.1510 x148 or firstname.lastname@example.org.