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Chamber Window Features Immaculate Conception School

By Sandy Rigas

If you’ve been downtown in Wellsville lately, you may have noticed the Chamber of Commerce window adorned with white origami butterflies amid photos and signage. The display hallmarks what Immaculate Conception School can offer your child and family.

Do you have a school age child and are you looking for a change? Do you have a three- or four-year-old child and would like to take advantage of the most economical preschool program in town?

Check out Immaculate Conception School.

Mark your calendar now for ICS Open House Thursday, March 23 from 4 -5:30 pm.

Meet the teachers, see the school, and talk with other parents. Unable to make that day at that time?

Call the school office at (585) 593-5840 to set up a visit and/or to request a registration packet.  The school, looking ahead to its 149th year, is located at 24 Maple Avenue, Wellsville.

What ICS can offer that other local schools and programs cannot is 1:1 personal attention, extra time and extra help for every child. With state-of-the-art technology and fully certified and experienced teachers, New York State test results have annually been among the top public and private schools in the Western New York region, including the Buffalo Diocese.

While ICS is a Catholic school, you do not have to be a Catholic to enroll your child. ICS welcomes all faiths. Do not let cost deter you; ICS is surprisingly affordable!  Most families receive tuition assistance in the form of scholarships or grants. Public school districts bus ICS students within a 15-mile radius.

Talk to parents whose children attend ICS, and to adults in the community who attended ICS. They will tell you the difference ICS has made in their lives.

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