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The Strategic Plan Executive Summary
Immaculate Conception High School devoted the 2018-2019 academic year to engage valued constituent groups to develop our New Strategic Plan. Over the next five years, ICHS will transform into a Next Generation School with a more robust curriculum and student life, while building a foundation of support for the future of the school. The goals and objectives are the cumulative results of dedicated work by the Strategic Planning Committee and the entire ICHS Community. The planning process as well as the goals and objectives are aligned with the National Standards and Benchmarks for Effective Catholic Elementary and Secondary Schools. Below, please find the link to the Executive Summary.

The Spirit Magazine 


The ICHS SPIRIT Magazine, delivers the latest news and announcements about school achievements, student’s successes, alumnae spotlights, and more. Below, please find links to issues of SPIRIT.

Blue Wolves Updates
The Institutional Advancement Office shares weekly updates titled, "Blue Wolves Updates" with the ICHS Community. To sign up for our weekly newsletter, please click here


 Below, are some of the featured stories highlighted in our weekly newsletter.

The ICHS family would like to congratulate Kathy and Sal Enea on their 50th Wedding Anniversary!  



Kathy Rysz Enea graduated from ICHS in 1965, where her and husband, Sal Enea,  attended the prom together.  They have been married since May 31, 1969.  Kathy and Sal have three wonderful children.  In honor of their wedding anniversary, their children hosted a party, were they renewed their vows.


God Bless Kathy and Sal, and cheers to another fifty EXTRAORDINARY years together!

In 1970, Bettyanne Plummer earned her Associate Degree from New York Foundling Hospital and was employed at the Holley Center, Hackensack where she was a counselor and parent substitute for children with emotional needs. Bettyanne said, “These children often built up walls around them, and my job involved providing a nurturing environment to break down those walls.” 


Bettyanne left in 1980, and for 20 years, she worked as a Certified Social Worker Infant Technician at Conklyn Home, a residence for juveniles in short-term detention.  Bettyanne also worked as the main receptionist for Bergen County Human Services in Hackensack until she retired.  She devoted 32 years to social work that involved interaction with hundreds of children who needed emotional support.


Bettyanne was very grateful of the support she and her friends from the class of 1968 received, while they were students at ICHS. She said, “Looking back on my four years at ICHS, we were very lucky in the friendships we formed, the activities that nurtured us, and the relationships with the Felician Sisters who supported us.”

caseyOnce a Blue Wolf, always a Blue Wolf!
The Immaculate Conception High School celebrates the achievements of our phenomenal alumnae.
Casey L. Dotson `09, was recognized for her extraordinary service in the hospitality community at the Stars of the Industry 2019 Gala.
Casey received the 2019 Rhode Island Hospitality Education Foundation’s Emerging Leader of the Year Award.
Congratulations Casey, for being the recipient of the 2019 Rhode Island Hospitality Education Foundation’s Emerging Leader of the Year Award!
The ICHS Community is so proud of you!

When Samantha Marella '13, was a student at Immaculate Conception High School (ICHS), she served on the Student Council Executive Board, was a member of the National Honor Society, and participated in athletics, as well as, many 

extracurricular activities.


Upon graduating ICHS in 2013, she attended Monmouth University’s Leon Hess School of Business, where she received her Bachelors of Science in Business Administration, with a concentration in Marketing and a Minor in Public Relations.  While at Monmouth, she studied abroad in Florence, Italy and participated in the Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups in Washington D.C. She also joined the sorority Alpha Sigma Tau, where she served two terms on the Executive Board. Samantha believes that being a member of this sorority gave her the wonderful opportunity to volunteer with many charitable organizations, such as The Ronald McDonald House, Habitat for Humanity, Relay for Life, and The Ashley Lauren Foundation.  


After graduating from Monmouth University in 2017, Samantha was accepted to the Internship Program at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. While working as a cast member in Disney Springs, she was taking courses and attending seminars with different leaders in Disney’s marketing departments.  She returned to New Jersey in 2019, and accepted a position as a Marketing Associate at Sabre Real Estate.  Currently, she is enrolled at Montclair State University in their MBA Program and most recently started attending real estate school.  Samantha is an entrepreneur and enjoys yoga, traveling, and writing for her blog, The Authentic Amateur.


Samantha believes ICHS helped transform her to becoming the strong, determined woman she is today and taught her the value of supporting, and helping others. She is forever grateful for the connections she made, the daily practice of morals and ethics, and most importantly, the genuine feeling of support from friends that became family. ICHS was the foundation of Samantha understanding the value of supporting and helping others.  Samantha shares “ICHS taught me to look for opportunities to help others be a part of something much bigger than myself.  If I continue to live my life with conviction and purpose, I will succeed and achieve more than I ever dreamed of.  Thank you ICHS for making me who I am today!”

Nina Beatrice
Congratulations Nina Beatrice '17, for being named the Salve Regina University, Peter Antone Campus Leadership and Student Service Award Winner.
Since her freshman year at Salve Regina University, Nina has consistently extended herself in service to others both within and outside the University community. An Education major, Nina’s enthusiasm to give back is unparalleled and she is always willing to go above and beyond for her community. 
Nina has served as the chief communications officer for the Campus Activities Board; the sponsorship director for the Salve Regina You (SRYou) Student Exposition Committee; and is the rising president for CAB. Her passion for Salve Regina is clear in all that she does, and she shares her love for the University with incoming families and new students at Orientation. 
Nina embodies the ideals of Salve Regina and is an excellent representative of the University. Congratulations, Nina!
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