Immaculate Conception Catholic School uses curriculum adopted by the Diocese of Fort Worth.
In grades 1-5, students begin to move from concrete thinking into more abstract thinking. Basic math facts and skills are mastered along with pre-algebra thinking.
Second graders prepare for First Reconciliation and First Communion. A wide range of religion topics and practice are covered at all grade levels.
Phonics is taught in the lower grades and is integrated throughout Language Arts skills along with reading, grammar, writing, and spelling. Second graders begin learning cursive handwriting.
The concepts covered in Social Studies moves from communities to geography, history, and some current events. Science classes in elementary school cover topics in earth, life, and physical science.
Religion is woven throughout all classes at ICCS.
Teachers use textbooks and a variety of other materials and teach to the whole child, using differentiated instruction where needed.
Students in grades 2 – 5 take the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills (ITBS) in September. Fifth graders take the NCEA ACRE test each May.