Immaculate Conception Academy

Deadline for Application: Friday, January 11th, 2019

3625 24TH ST

Immaculate Conception Academy educates young women for a life of faith, integrity and service. As a Cristo Rey school in the Dominican tradition, we are committed to providing both excellent education and meaningful corporate work study experiences to students of limited financial resources.

Through an innovative work-study program, ICA partners with Bay Area businesses to provide a quality, affordable education to motivated and capable young women. ICA strives to prepare students to live meaningful Christian lives, well-equipped for college and future workplace challenges.

A desire to grow in faith and in personal relationship with Christ is at the heart of our educational philosophy. Promoting excellence, we value intellectual and personal integrity and the development of self-esteem. We further the formation of personal values, moral judgment and responsible decision making. We foster creativity and aesthetic appreciation. We encourage the formation of healthy patterns of living. We challenge students to develop attitudes and fundamental skills which are the basis of life-long learning. We endeavor to instill proficiency and a strong work ethic.

As an educational community of persons from diverse cultural, academic and religious backgrounds, Immaculate Conception Academy strives to empower motivated young women from families of limited means for success in college and life. We foster respect for life and the interdependence of all peoples, responsibility and care for the earth and its resources, commitment to the principles of social justice with awareness of the rights and responsibilities of citizenship, and practice of the Gospel message of love and forgiveness. Both within and beyond the classroom, we provide educational experiences that help develop each student’s unique qualities and self-worth.

Academic Performance
Students Who Graduate in 4 Years(Not Available)
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College Readiness(Not Available)
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Percent of Students Meeting or Exceeding State Standards: English Language Arts / Literacy0%
Percent of Students Meeting or Exceeding State Standards: Mathematics0%
Students Enrolled in Courses Required for UC/CSU Admission0%
Graduates Who Completed All Courses Required for UC/CSU Admission0%
Students Enrolled in AP Courses 0%
School Culture
Support for Academic Learning0%
Knowledge and Fairness of Discipline, Rules and Norms0%
Sense of Belonging (School Connectedness)0%
School Safety
Parents: Feel school grounds are safe0%
Students: Feel school grounds are safe0%
Staff: Feel school grounds are safe0%
School Fit
Student to Teacher Ratio18
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Total Enrollment298
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Black 10.4%
American Indian / Alaskan 0%
Asian 16.11%
Filipino 0%
Hispanic 55.03%
Pacific Islander 1.01%
White 5.03%
Two or More Races 12.42%
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School Uniform(Not Available)
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General Information
School TypePrivate
Application Requirements(Not Available)
Selections(Not Available)
Grades Served9 - 12
Daily Schedule(Not Available)
Courses Offered
A - History / Social Science CoursesAncient HistoryAP US Government and PoliticsModern World HistoryModern World History HonorsUS HistoryWorld History
B - English CoursesEnglish 1English 2English 3English 3 HonorsEnglish 4English Literature and Composition
C - Math CoursesAdvanced Algebra with Financial ApplicationsAlgebra 1Algebra 2Algebra 2 HonorsCalculus HonorsGeometryPre-CalculusProblem Solving StrategiesStatistics
D - Lab Science CoursesAP Physics 1BiologyChemistryConceptual PhysicsHonors BiologyHuman PhysiologyPhysics
E - Language CoursesAP Spanish Language and CultureSpanish 1 for Bilingual StudentsSpanish 2Spanish 2 for Bilingual StudentsSpanish 3
F - Visual / Performing Arts CoursesArt 1Visual Arts
G - College Prep CoursesEconomicsEnvironmental ScienceEthics and MoralityWorld Religions
AP CoursesEnglish Literature and CompositionPhysics 1Spanish Language and CultureUS Government and Politics
Other Classes(Not Available)
College and CareerCalifornia Scholarship FederationCollege 10%
SportsBasketballCross CountryGolfSoccerSwimmingTrack and FieldVolleyball
Media(Not Available)
STEM(Not Available)
Cultural/Ethnic Language Clubs(Not Available)
Health and Wellness(Not Available)
Life and LeadershipAmbassadorsBlack Student UnionCampus MinistryNational Honor SocietyRespect Life
Parents and CommunityGirl RisingLas Latinas Unidas
OtherAV CrewBLOCKCLIPFil-AmTwo Languages One Meaning