Immaculata High School

Immaculata Regional High School (Kelowna)

A Family That Fosters Excellence

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Immaculata is a regional Catholic high school serving Kelowna and its surrounding area. Immaculata was first established in 1960 and shared its campus with St. Joseph school. In 1995, the “new” Immaculata was opened on the 1493 KLO Road site and currently serves approximately 250 students from grades 8-12. The fully modern facility supports students in all their academic, athletic, artistic and spiritual endeavors.

Following the Roman Catholic tradition, Immaculata aspires to a Catholic atmosphere that is centered in the Gospel Message of Love. This Catholic atmosphere inspires a deeper understanding of our Catholic heritage, instills a spirit of service, respects the dignity of the individual and promotes involvement in parish life. Following our school motto:

In developing the Whole Person, we guide and form our students intellectually, spiritually, emotionally, physically, artistically, socially and emotionally. We are an educational community pursuing excellence and developing the whole person while striving to see and bring forth Christ in others.

 


1493 K.L.O Road
Kelowna, BC  V1W 3N8

Phone: 250-762-2730
Fax: 250-861-3028

Principal: Robert Plaxton
Secretaries: Paula Despins, Tanya Sturgeon