Immaculate Conception School

Immaculate Conception School

As a Catholic community, we form disciples of Christ through faith, academics, and character.

366 E. North Broadway, Columbus, OH 43214

Technology

Technology at IC is integrated into the classroom curriculum and offered to students as an additional class. All students in grades kindergarten through sixth receive weekly technology classes. Working collaboratively with homeroom teachers, students learn basic computing skills like word processing, spreadsheets, presentation software, and typing.  Students also learn about digital citizenship and computer coding.  The curriculum is guided by the International Society for Technology in Education standards.

Junior high students are able to select from several technology courses as part of their electives schedule. Each course meets twice a week for one semester. A few examples of courses offered are Programming 101, Animation, Introduction to Engineering Design, along with Marketing and Design. The selected topics are designed to give students advanced skills and real-world experiences in that technology-related field. 

Digital Danger – Keeping Our Kids Safe

Thursday November 4th (Hosted by The IC Home & School Association)   In 2018, HASA hosted Jesse Weinberger, author and internet safety expert. This sparked great conversation between parents, caregivers, and their children. As a community, we continued this conversation by introducing the Wait Until 8th Pledge, a commitment to

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IC Imagineering!

Ever heard of Imagineering? An imagineer is Disney’s term for their creative engineers. They are the creative engine that designs and builds all Disney theme parks, resorts, attractions, and cruise ships worldwide, and oversees the creative aspects of Disney games, merchandise product development, and publishing businesses. Here at IC grades Kindergarten through

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Communication has the power to build bridges, to enable encounter and inclusion, and thus to enrich society…Words can build bridges between individuals and within families, social groups and peoples. This is possible both in the material world and the digital world.
Pope Francis