Immaculate Heart High School and Middle School is giving interested students a sneak peek at classes and the joys of being a Panda. Registration is open for many virtual programs including student shadow visits, informational meetings and virtual campus tours.
This year, both the high school and middle school have moved traditional admissions events online to ensure health and safety. However, prospective students can still experience campus life through virtual classroom visits.
Registration for Immaculate Heart High School’s virtual shadow visits is now open. Shadow visits resume after break on Tuesday, Jan. 26, and will continue on designated dates through February. Via Google Meet, eighth grade shadow students will be introduced to Kelli O’Brian, IHHS associate director of admissions, and will then join a live class with high school students and faculty. Afterward, shadow students can view recordings of select classes of interest so they can experience Immaculate Heart’s engaging classroom environment. Space is limited and reservations are required.
The IHHS Admissions team’s “Hangout with IH” virtual information sessions will resume in the 2021-22 school year. Families with specific questions about IHHS should contact the Admissions Department to arrange an individual meeting by calling (323)461-3651, ext. 800, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Immaculate Heart Middle School is also offering online shadow visits in January. Incoming sixth, seventh and eighth grade students interested in entering IHMS in the next school year can schedule one-hour virtual visits. Each student will be virtually accompanied by a student council member and will visit three classes, meet teachers, and participate in a Q&A session with administrators. Reservations are required.
Additionally, “Middle School Meets” will take place every other Friday at 10 a.m. in January. The online sessions via Google Meet will give prospective students and their parents an opportunity to learn about the IHMS academic program and extracurricular offerings from administrators.
Virtual campus tours are available, allowing students and families to explore the historic campus at Franklin and Western avenues. Visit the garden setting, school facilities and classrooms online.
For information, visit immaculateheart.org.
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