Immaculate Heart Academy Reviews
As a sophomore, Immaculate Heart Academy has already taught me teamwork, time management, and success through hard work. IHA teaches its students in all aspects ranging from academics to servitude in local communities. I feel well-prepared for college already due to the amount of challenge and potential that is individually placed on each of its student. I have a wonderful social life with all of the friends I have made through IHA.
IHA has already provided me a great experience (academic and volunteer). I know the schools sports programs are competitive but I'm not into sports and I was still able to find my special place at this school. The sincere and hard working teachers really empower you to do your best and reach for the stars!
I made some of my best memories at IHA and I am still in contact with many of my classmates and teachers. I believe IHA has significant potential to improve so long as the administration is willing to be flexible and change past mistakes (don't hold your breath). IHA definitely prepared me for college writing, reading, note-taking, stress management, and studying. However, I and my fellow graduates agree that in all levels (cp through ap) IHA does a poor job at preparing their students in math and science. Though they instituted the STEM program, it is poorly advised and the program itself is insultingly inadequate. IHA’s strength has and seems to always will be in the humanities, and they built a STEM program with unfit faculty to lead and guide it. The STEM program is a product that IHA does very well as selling but does a poor job at delivering. The STEM departments need some serious cleansing in order to put it up to par with the standards that are promised to the students
The girls at IHA form an amazing bond in sisterhood. The teachers are always willing to work with you to to make sure you are prepared for college. Our sports teams are always some of the best
My experience with IHA has been a great one. I have met so many amazing faculty members and students that have inspired me to work hard. I also believe that IHA pushes students to test the limits of their knowledge and grow as people through the Catholic faith. Also, student life is amazing. I have met so many awesome people and joined multiple clubs that are geared toward my academic interests. The food is delicious. If I could change one thing about IHA, it would be the teachers. Personally, I have great relationships with most of my teachers. However, I have noticed that students taking CP classes struggle due to the quality of teaching, so I would change that. But overall, I am honored to be a member of the IHA community.
IHA has a really strong academic program that left me fully prepared and ready for college. I was able to easily adapt to the college curriculum, which a lot of students had trouble with. My only complaints with IHA is the diversity. As a student there I was one of four people of color in my graduating class. It was tough for me to connect with the other students and I usually felt like the odd one out.
I don’t think there are words to describe how much IHA has prepared me for the real world. I’ve made friends that will last me a lifetime and am more prepared than ever for college. The only thing I would change is the work load given, although they say it is a great way to prepare us for college I feel that sometimes it is too overwhelming.
I am currently a high school senior at IHA. I believe that I will be prepared for what comes ahead in college because of the excellent academics. The sports and clubs at IHA create great comradery among the students. Although there is not much diversity, all of the girls create a sisterhood that lasts forever.
Very challenging and stressful, but everyone that has graduated says it will prepare you for college. Definitely have to be good at time management and dealing with no sleep.
The teachers I had at IHA taught me so many incredible things about the world, life, and most importantly myself. Had it not been for the teachers I had at this school, I would be so lost in the world. I am forever thankful for them.
This place is miserable on multiple levels. There is nothing fun for the students and I feel like by going here I missed out on the chance to have a real high school experience. It was like being in prison...you just have to keep your head down and do your time. If it was at least good academically and helped with college admissions, it could have been worth it but nope. There was absolutely help offered with the application process. When I did get to college I felt like it took me a little while to catch up to the kids who had a good public school or real college prep school education, especially in science classes. What a waste of 4 years of my life. Don't make the same mistake I did. Don't go here!
This school is outstanding. Although it has it's students working extremely hard with a very big workload, it leaves students well prepared for college and teaches them how to succeed in life. I highly recommend this school.
Really prepares you for college. It is challenging but the school really implements great values towards each individual as she grows.
Attending Immaculate Heart Academy for high school was one of the best experiences of my life. I have made friendships at IHA that I know will last a lifetime. I felt so prepared for college when I enrolled because of IHA's challenging academics and focus on college preparation.
Good community that builds character and confidence while pushing for academic excellence. I am very happy that I went to this school
My daughter attend Immaculate Heart Academy and she loves it. The teachers are great and she loves all the girls that she goes to school with.
A wide selection of extracurricular activities are offered at IHA, accommodating the interests of nearly every type of student. The clubs are nearly all student run, with each club having an executive board made up of students from all grade levels and a teacher advisor overseeing the progress of the club. My only complaint regarding clubs at IHA is attendance--many people sign up for clubs to build up their resumes but never show up to any meetings. I assume this happens at nearly every school, however.