The ICHS Alumnae Association hosted their annual scholarship reception on Tuesday, May 22nd at the school. "We are thrilled to assist our future alumnae as they continue on their journey at ICHS.” said Denise Poulos King ’89, president of the alumnae association.
Recently, K-9 Officer, Joseph Cutrona, Bergen County Sheriff’s Office, visited ICHS to speak with the junior and senior Forensic Science class. This is a course rich in exploration and lab investigation which applies many disciplines of scientific study such as biology/anatomy, chemistry, and physics to solving crimes.
After prayers and Mass the students participated in two powerful activities outside on a very warm and sunny day. Having been divided in groups, circles were formed and two students stood in the middle. One played the role of the Pope and the other a Swiss Guard. Those outside the circle were to try to hit the Pope using soft yarn balls. The Swiss Guard was to protect the Pope. The reflection afterward was rather powerful for Sarah. Sarah said she learned to be helpful to other girls who are bullied or when life just “throws things at you.” She wants to “pick them up and not put them down”
ICHS hustles on the field with first year Lacrosse Team winning their first game of the season.
Coach, Chanelle Banta, shared the below about the new ICHS Lacrosse Team!
Congratulations to the Class of 2018