Curriculum

Mary Immaculate School provides students with the curriculum, learning experiences and opportunities to develop their potential spiritually, intellectually, culturally, physically, socially, and with a civic focus.

The curriculum at Mary Immaculate School follows the guidelines established by the State of Texas and the Diocese of Dallas, and is set forth in the Diocesan Curriculum Standards.

The base Kindergarten Curriculum can be found [here].

Basic to the curriculum of grades 1-8 is the study of:

In addition, a variety of instructional programs and methods supplement the basic curriculum and enhance the school’s academic program.

Our student-centered instruction focuses on critical thinking, problem-solving and cooperative learning. Woven through all subjects are Catholic social teachings, respect for the inherent dignity of every person, and the need to serve others in a Christ-like manner. Integrated in every classroom is state of the art technology.

The teachers at Mary Immaculate Catholic School employ a variety of instructional techniques to ensure the success of each student. Teachers consider individual learning styles and varied development levels when choosing instructional methods. Active and involved learning takes place in all subject areas through the use of manipulatives, cooperative exercises, learning centers, and other visual, auditory, and kinesthetic components. A strong emphasis is placed on cross grade level and cross curriculum cooperative learning and interaction, which develop leadership, self-esteem, cooperative skills, and team building.