The Immaculate Conception Catholic School strives to provide an environment of mutual respect firmly rooted in Catholic Christian ideals.
Goals for the Immaculate Conception Catholic School flow from Mission and the fundamental understanding of the institution as a Christian Educational community.
Father Smyth (Parish Priest: 1884-1904) is quoted as saying “A parish without a Catholic School is only half a parish.” And so, in 1893 he started building the Convent and School, very much along the style of the Convent in Antigua. This meant the downstairs housed the school and upstairs was used as the Sisters’ dwelling. It is the same building we still have to the North of the Church – Parish Centre.
Oval-egg presents a similarity to the old crest of the St. Theresa’s Convent School in terms of shape. The egg symbolizes the security of an embryo.
Immaculate Conception our Catholic School so Dear
To your morals and values we your obedient students adhere.
And nothing is impossible with God at our side
We’ll obey and live our motto with great dignity and pride.