Immaculate Immaculate Heart of Mary School lies in the scenic town of Still River, part of the town of Harvard, Massachusetts. The rustic surroundings are known for its apple orchards, the Oxbow Preservation, and the Fruitlands Museum, where Louisa May Alcott lived with her family for a short time. Our school started in 1976 on a small, somewhat private tutoring basis and after a few years, enrollment increased and expanded into a more formal setting. Immaculate Heart of Mary School is a Catholic school. It has, therefore a specific duty. That is the complete Catholic formation of its students. All subjects must be taught in the light of the Faith. The teaching of sound Catholic doctrine must lead to the development of a true conscience and each pupil, understanding the Faith, must come to live knowingly as a child of God.
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