- Private, Catholic, All-Girls
- LOS ANGELES, CA
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- Academicsgrade A+
- Diversitygrade A
- Teachersgrade A minus
- College Prepgrade A+
- Clubs & Activitiesgrade A
- Sportsgrade B+
Immaculate Heart is where young women in grades 6 – 12 thrive. Students gain a sense of self, discover their voice, and pursue their passions. Inspired by supportive faculty, they embrace a love of learning as they master new skills. Student lives are also enriched by a diverse and welcoming school community bound by beloved traditions and lifelong friendships.
Since 1906, Immaculate Heart has been educating young women in Los Angeles as a Catholic, independent, college preparatory school. In its spirit and style, the school combines a well-balanced mixture of the traditional and the innovative; of play and work; of concern for the things of the heart as well as the mind.
By fostering academic excellence in a creative environment, Immaculate Heart empowers students to become women of great heart and right conscience. Immaculate Heart graduates distinguish themselves as intellectually curious, competent and compassionate individuals who seek to make a difference in the world.
Immaculate Heart High School & Middle School Rankings
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Immaculate Heart's 35th Annual Academic Playday
Learn what makes Immaculate Heart so special! All interested seventh and eighth-grade girls are invited to our 35th Annual Academic Playday – featuring fun-filled workshops led by our teachers as well as campus tours. This year’s event will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, November 4, at our campus. Register online by visiting: www.immaculateheart.org/academicplayday.
Culture & Safety
- Mary's Day23%
- Welcome Day21%
- Christmas Program19%
- Class Day14%
- 10K Walk12%
- Welcome Dance6%
- Spirit Week4%
Clubs & Activities
Living in the Area
- Cost of Livinggrade D
- Good for Familiesgrade B
- Housinggrade C minus
Immaculate Heart High School & Middle School Reviews
Although in the heart of Hollywood, IH felt like a safe haven for higher education. I constantly felt challenged academically, but not in a toxic manner. Healthy competition was present among students, both in terms of learning and athletics. IH truly shines in its art department (visual and performance).
The teachers at IH are unparalleled. I keep in contact with a few of my teachers and I will never forget the information and morals they instilled in me. Teachers want and make an effort to connect with students, that is something incredibly special.
In terms of theology, IH makes the subject approachable for all students. Whether Catholic, Jewish, Atheist, etc., IH students are encouraged to learn about and participate in religious events. I never felt uncomfortable in a religious setting.
IH is an amazing school!
We have lively discussions in class, weaving in politics with pop culture. We apply Catholic Social Teaching from Theology to serving the greater community.We dance our hearts out at Mary’s Day, surrounded by the art we spend months creating. It’s the knowing smiles exchanged, passing each other near the lockers and the relieved laughter with friends in the courtyard following long tests.
Along with the big tradition days, (Welcome Day is forever my favorite) the everyday moments, such as singing the alma mater after pep rallies and hitting volleyballs on the quad at lunch, make the school special.
Most of all, I am grateful for all the incredible teachers who are dedicated not only to our learning, but to our entire wellbeing.