A purposeful education...

ICOLPH School, rooted in Catholic values, provides a faith-filled environment where students can excel academically, develop socially, and grow spiritually.


  • Weekly Mass
  • Daily prayer
  • Rich curriculum


  • Building capable, thoughtful learners
  • Integrated technology and lab-based science
  • Arts, enrichment and middle school electives


  • Committed and certified staff
  • Strong parent involvement
  • Ongoing community service



Nuturing Success

Immaculate Conception and Our Lady of Perpetual Help School offers a Catholic education for students in preschool through eighth grade. Instruction is differentiated to accommodate a broad range of abilities and learning styles within each classroom. Each student is able to progress at a pace that is appropriately challenging.

Meeting Washington State and Common Core Standards

Immaculate Conception and Our Lady of Perpetual Help School's tradition of academic excellence includes a focus on developing strong, successsful learners, while providing a wide variety of life-enrichment and extracurricular activities that foster growth in creativity, social/emotional development and spirituality. Our curriculum is aligned with Washington State and Common Core Standards.

On-going professional develop training prepares Immaculate Conception and Our Lady of Perpetual Help School's faculty to work successfully with our students to provide:

  • Art, music, physical education and technology are all integrated into our school day.

  • Students fifth grade and higher may elect to participate in our school band.
  • Fifth grade students participate in an outdoor environmental CYO residential camp, where they use hands-on, exploratory, investigative and interdisciplinary teaching methods to learn about science as it pertains to their environment.

  • Seventh and eighth grade students choose from a variety of electives including: journalism, mock government, leadership, yearbook, and digital photography.

  • Additionally, contract classes are offered once a week after school and have included: ceramics, architecture, athletic development, creative writing, cooking, scrapbooking and more.


For more detailed information about our curriculum, please visit our individual classroom websites.



WA State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction: Teaching and Learning

Archdiocese of Seattle Office for Catholic Schools in Western Washington




"The first day of class, the kids didn't even know where to stand in the courtroom. On the last day, they took first place in their competition. In between, Mrs. Gadek taught an enormous amount of subject matter and motivated those kids to excel, and she did it with kindness and enthusiasm. Now THAT is what every parent hopes for in a teacher. At a time of dwindling enrollment, when many of us parents are questioning why we send our children to private school, it is wonderful that ICOLPH has Mrs. Gadek to hold up as an example of the kind of quality teaching the kids will receive.”

Mary K. Stephens
Attorney at Law, ICOLPH Parent