For more than 100-years, Immaculate Conception and Our Lady of Perpetual Help School has provided a comprehensive, competitive preschool-eighth grade education deeply rooted in the Catholic faith. Our diverse student body is comprised of students from throughout the greater Snohomish County region, including Everett proper, north to Stanwood and east to Granite Falls.
Immaculate Conception and Our Lady of Perpetual Help School is a welcoming, vibrant community of students, parents, alumni, parishioners, teachers, administrators and pastors. Our Eagle spirit is alive and well in all that we do, everyday!
Immaculate Conception and Our Lady of Perpetual Help School's tradition of academic excellence includes a focus on developing strong, successful learners, while providing a wide variety of life-enrichment and extracurricular activities that foster growth in creativity, social/emotional development and spirituality.
Growing Future Leaders
An education at Immaculate Conception and Our Lady of Perpetual Help School includes much more than academics. Educating the whole child means teaching our students to become critical, community-minded thinkers who understand the value of engaging in service to others.
Not only do many of our graduates go on to become high school honor students, ASB student leaders and valedictorians, our alumni also serve in a variety of business, civic and legislative leadership positions.
Our student body is comprised of third and fourth generation Immaculate Conception and Our Lady of Perpetual Help School families. Many of our students have grandparents and parents who also attended. It is our history, tradition and legacy that sets Immaculate Conception and Our Lady of Perpetual Help School a part.
“I learned to give back to the community through service, to work hard to achieve my goals and to believe in myself. Immaculate taught me to push myself to do the best that I can. It provided an excellent faith-filled education, prepared me for the challenges of high school, and taught me the importance of leadership, compassion and service. ”
Sami Newland, class of 2010
"From the moment I walked in to that Kindergarten classroom, I felt an overwhelming sense of welcome and belonging...Together, we grew as Catholic leaders...most importantly, I learned that one person can make a difference in the world.”
Kaitlin Hoban, class of 2003
“Our children have continued to excel in high school and college. The school is dedicated to academic excellence, while encouraging students to serve others through charitable work. The community involvement, along with its focus on spirituality, has provided our family the understanding of what it means to actively love your neighbor. The joy and fellowship developed with other families of the school will remain with us long after our youngest child graduates.”
Ed and Gretchen Rhone, parents of three ICOLPH students