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Immaculata Way of Life

Respect God, Self, and Others

Immaculata Way of Life

Be a Person of Integrity

Immaculata Way of Life

Live a Life of Service

Immaculata Way of Life

Produce Exemplary Work

Immaculata Way of Life
Immaculata Way of Life

Where Faith and Knowledge Grow

Immaculata Catholic School is a PreK-8 school of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Raleigh.

Diverse and involved community • Student accommodation and acceleration services • Extracurricular activities • STEM (science/technology/engineering/math) project-based learning 

Immaculata is accredited by Cognia and has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a Blue Ribbon school based on outstanding student and staff performance and a Green Ribbon school as one that embraces environmentally sound practices.


We welcome the opportunity to have your family visit our campus or meet with us via a virtual meeting.


Immaculata serves PreK (4-year-olds) through eighth-grade students.


We are the first middle school program in North Carolina to earn the distinction of AdvancED STEM certification.

Fine Arts

Award-winning band and choir, weekly music and art classes, visual arts shows, and performing arts productions.


Competitive team sports and activities such as Girls on the Run, Hip-Hop Dance, and Ultimate Frisbee.


Student government, community service, STEM and art-focused clubs, and more.....

By the Numbers


School established by the Sisters of St. Dominic


PreK - Grade 8 Students


Student to Teacher Ratio


Immaculata Way of Life

Respect God, self, and others; Be a person of integrity; Live a life of service; Produce exemplary work


Extracurricular activities including sports, clubs, and electives


AdvancED STEM Certified Middle School Program in NC

What's Happening

Statement of Non-Discriminatory Policy As to Students

As a Catholic school in the Diocese of Raleigh, Immaculata Catholic School has a racially non-discriminatory policy for all students and admits students of any race, color and national and ethnic origin to the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students.

Our school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color and national and ethnic origin in administration of our educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletics and other school-administered programs.


Lytia Reese
Superintendent of Schools
Catholic Diocese of Raleigh