Mission

ICAS compliments its challenging academic  program with a sound religious and moral  education.

Key characteristics of the school:

  • Family atmosphere

  • Personal attention

  • Integral formation

  • Sacramental life

  • Academic excellence


Our History

Immaculate Conception Apostolic School  (ICAS) was founded by the Legionaries of  Christ and approved by the New Hampshire  State  Department of Education in 1982.

Since then, over 700 students have gone  through the program, and more than 60  alumni have been ordained priests.


Formation Program

Built upon the Christian view of the person,  ICAS adopts an approach of Integral Formation  which focuses on forming all dimensions of the  person: s piri tual, intellectual, human, apostolic.


Spiritual Formation

Daily spiritual activities include:

  • Mass
  • Directed meditation
  • Rosary
  • Community Gospel reflection
  • Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament


Students also have monthly retreats and  Ignatian spiritual exercises once a year.


Curriculum

The curriculum develops a broad base of  knowledge and competence in languages,  mathematics, science and history. It provides an

excellent formation for whatever future studies  a student might ultimately  pursue.

Extracurricular Activities

The White Mountains and Lakes region of New  Hampshire provide a wide spectrum of local,  outdoor activity: hiking, swimming, skating, and  skiing among others.

Intramural team sports such as soccer,  basketball,  and baseball form an important part  of the  character-building of the students.

Every student learns to play an instrument and  is  a member of the school band and choir.



Formation Program

Built upon the Christian view of the person,  ICAS adopts an approach of Integral Formation  which focuses on forming all dimensions of the  person: s piri tual, intellectual, human, apostolic.


Spiritual Formation

Daily spiritual activities include:

  • Mass
  • Directed meditation
  • Rosary
  • Community Gospel reflection
  • Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament


Students also have monthly retreats  and Ignatian spiritual exercises once a year.