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Somerville: "Standing Out by Standing for Something More"

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Katherine Nee and Andrew Currie demonstrate the microscope tablet for Msgr. Seamus Brennnan; Bishop of Metuchen James Checchio; donors John and Millie Rasweiler, and Principal Jean Kline. Credits: Courtesy Immaculata High School
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SOMERVILLE, NJ - “Standing Out by Standing for Something More” is part of the Immaculata High School legacy, created through years of achievements in academics, charity, athletics, and music.

Prospective families will discover how in a 60-minute program called Hour Immaculata scheduled for Tuesday April 17th (8th graders only) and Tuesday April 24th (transfer students only) from 7-8 p.m, Hour Immaculata is a short information session that includes one-on-one conversations with key admissions representatives; tour of Immaculata’s campus; instant sign-up for the High School Placement Test and/or Spartan for a Day and refreshments.

“Our current students and parents like our small class sizes, family atmosphere, and unlimited opportunities geared to foster leadership, integrity, skills, and teamwork.  Our four pillars (Faith, Scholarship, Service, and Friendship) represent our school’s anchors,” said Michele Blandino, director of Admissions. “In talking with dozens of parents, we hear that they value a faith-based curriculum, reinforced by our Theology classes, full-time chaplain, and extensive program of retreats. 

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“On the academic front,” she added,, “our Marian Scholars program for selected high performers, STEM initiatives, Unitas Prosperitas and Summer Study Skills programs for students with educational challenges, and reputation for preparing our graduates for a challenging college curriculum are what resonate with our families.

“Our incredible array of service opportunities through campus ministry, music, athletics, and our clubs gives our students so many avenues to make a lifetime commitment to service and to establish friendships.  For decades, Immaculata has distinguished itself as a place where lifelong friendships are formed.  Building strong relationships is so important in the teen years and through our classes, faculty, teams, music program, campus ministry, and clubs, Immaculata offers the potential to enjoy solid, positive friendships. 

Find out how Immaculata “Stands out by Standing for Something More” by attending Hour Immaculata.  RSVP is requested for Hour Immaculata; www.immaculatahighschool.org/hourimmaculata

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