Why Mary Immaculate?
Mary Immaculate School imparts a quality Catholic education in all aspects of living. Our goal is to holistically form students who will leave academically, emotionally, and spiritually prepared to continue their education, serve their communities, and use their talents to make a difference. Our graduates, respected and sought after by public and private high schools, are shining examples of the success of our mission.
A Catholic education through Mary Immaculate School provides a foundation for lifelong learning through:
- Rigorous academic standards (National Blue Ribbon School; working approx. 1 year ahead of public schools in math and language arts)
- Well-rounded life experiences
- Strong moral compasses (personal responsibility, assimilation of cultures, civic concern, positive societal values and attitudes)
- Monthly school-wide service projects plus various grade-wide service projects
- Leadership opportunities
- Creativity stimulation within the individual to maximize personal gifts
Plus, at the heart of everything we do is our Catholic faith!
Our Test scores
The Iowa Assessments is the national standardized test that is administered to our students in grades one through eight. Our students are then normed against like students, scoring on average in the Top 18% Nationally.
Our Recent Graduating Class
On average, 93% of MIS graduates who apply to local private high schools are accepted by their first choice of schools, with the remaining by their second choice. 100% of our students who applied to the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Academies are accepted.
64% of our 2017 graduating class went on to local private high schools (Bishop Dunne, Bishop Lynch, Cistercian, Jesuit, John Paul II, and Ursuline) with the remainder attending local public schools (CFBISD, Coppell ISD, DISD, Frisco ISD, Irving ISD. Lewisville ISD, and Plano ISD.) Over $99,000 in high school scholarships were offered to our graduates.
Notable MIS Graduate Honors
2015: Valedictorian at Bishop Lynch
2012: Valedictorian at Pope John Paul II
2006: Valedictorian at Jesuit
2003: Valedictorian at Jesuit
2001: Salutatorians at Jesuit and Ursuline
2000: Salutatorian at Jesuit
1998: Valedictorian at Jesuit
1997: Valedictorian at Jesuit
1994: Valedictorian at Ursuline
1993: Valedictorians at R. L. Turner and Chenango Valley (New York)
1991: Valedictorian and salutatorian at Ursuline
1990: Valedictorians at Jesuit, Ursuline, and Cistercian