Immaculate Conception Catholic School uses curriculum adopted by the Diocese of Fort Worth.
In grades 6-8, classes are departmentalized where students have several different teachers for core subjects.
In Religion, 6th grade focuses on Old Testament, 7th Grade focuses on New Testament, and 8th grade focuses on Church History.
Math students reinforce basic math skills and continue with pre-algebra concepts. Students in 8th grade who qualify may take Algebra I for a high school credit.
Language Arts students continue to perfect their reading, writing, vocabulary, and spelling skills. They do more writing using the 6 + 1 traits of writing and trade books and projects are often used.
In Social Studies, 6th graders learn about world history, 7th graders learn about Texas history and world geography, and 8th graders learn about American history.
In Science, the focus in 6th grade is on earth science, 7th grade is on life science, and 8th grade is on 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 6 - 8 take the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills (ITBS) in September. Eighth graders take the ACRE test each May.