The Mary Immaculate Difference!
Respected and sought after by private and public schools alike, Mary Immaculate graduates are shining examples of Christ in our community!
Mary Immaculate Catholic School provides an authentic Catholic identity, academic excellence, the best value, and a diverse community that provides a solid foundation for lifelong learning!
Authentic Catholic Identity! Our Christian faith provides the moral compass students need to achieve God’s mission for them in life.
Rigorous Academic Standards! Mary Immaculate is a National Blue Ribbon School that works about one year ahead of public schools in math, language arts, and more.
Best Value! We invite you to compare MIS’ academic accomplishments and tuition rates with other Catholic and private schools.
Diverse Community! By definition, catholic means “all embracing!” MICS students come from countries across the globe and represent various economic and social backgrounds. We are Catholic in our faith and in our community!
Thriving Traditions! Monthly service projects, year-end bequeaths, Gingerbread hunts and a plethora of other engaging traditions create memories enjoyed by generations. Yes, generations! We have several alumni who now send their own children - and grandchildren - to Mary Immaculate!
Our Test scores
When MIS students are ‘normed’ against the national standards (Iowa Assessments) they score an average in the Top 18% Nationally.
Our Recent Graduates
One hundred percent of MIS graduates who apply to local private high schools, academies and public schools are accepted! Sixty-four percent of our recent 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 (Carrollton Farmers Branch ISD, Coppell ISD, Dallas ISD, Frisco ISD, Irving ISD. Lewisville ISD, and Plano ISD.) Over $99,000 in high school scholarships were offered to these graduates.
Notable MIS Graduate Honors
notable mis graduate honors
2018: Valedictorian at The Highlands School
2015: Valedictorian at Bishop Lynch
2013: 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