“I never teach my pupils, I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.” Albert Einstein
The 8th grade class at Mary Immaculate is committed to educating students that will positively influence the future. Guidelines, influenced by the teachings of Our Blessed Mother Mary, provide students with a firm foundation in faith, as well as an academically challenging education that recognizes the need for adaptation and change.
Academic integrity, teamwork, dialogue, acceptance of others, and the search for problem solving are key elements of the curriculum. Lifelong learning, critical thinking and strong faith formation are also critical components of the educational goals that Mary Immaculate establishes for each 8th grade student.
This collaborative approach creates a supportive environment that develops young adults with good character, integrity and a heartfelt need to act upon the community’s need for service.