Immaculate Heart of Mary School is a Parish school established by Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish under the direction of the Diocese of Covington and the Department of Catholic Education. Students at Immaculate Heart of Mary School are challenged daily to meet their full potential. The Diocese of Covington provides a challenging curriculum framework, which is student-centered and built upon national standards (NCTM, NCTE, etc.) IHM expands upon and enhances the diocesan curriculum. The goal is to prepare students for high school, higher education and to be life-long learners. A strong academic team, science, piano and computer lab, student council, sports program and service clubs all enhance the academic program at IHM.
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