Immaculate Conception Academy
Wakefield, RI 02879
About This School
In 2010, Immaculate Conception Academy had 6 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Rhode Island average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Immaculate Conception Academy Reviews
Mind control cult
Please look into Legionairres of Christ/Regnum Christi/ ECyD before sending your daughters here. Those organizations are directly linked to ICA and they are cults. They dictate every aspect of your daughters' lives, from how they dress, how often they can contact you and in what ways, disagreeing with authority is not tolerated, etc etc etc. It's incredibly worrisome. They prey upon the young, devoted, and impressionable.
The curriculums were well rounded and the teachers were definitely top notch. I obtained a fantastic academic foundation to pursue my university degree with.
It was such gift to be able to attend ICA. My teachers, the consecrated women, and my fellow classmates were some of the most athentic and caring people I have ever met. I will treasure my time at ICA for the rest of my life.
This School was without a doubt the greatest thing I have done in my life. Although I only went for one year I was taught so much about my faith and how much Christ really loves me for who I am. I was taught to accept my self and to try to see Christ in others. The Consecrated who work there do not only care about your grades but they care about you as a person and how you are doing personally. If I had to relive last year I wouldn't change a thing.
I am so grateful for having had the oppertunity to attend this school! I learned so much academically, and I grew in my faith really making my faith a part of who I am, and not conforming my faith to my standards. I will never regret my years there, and I only wish every girl could attend ICA.
I think that students are brainwashed here. I thoroughly enjoyed my time there but looking back, I will never get that time back when it was a very important time in my life. I grew so much in my faith but I felt like I received very little advice for important decisions but rather they told me and guilted me into things.
This school is great! It allows girls to grow in there faith during high school. It allows them to realize who they are.
This school does not allow for personal development during the crucial teenage years.