ICCS Sophomore Named NAACP Teenager of the Year

ICCS Sophomore Nile Williams has been named Teenager of the Year by the Memphis Branch of the NAACP.  Sponsored by St. Augustine Catholic Church, Nile was selected from a group of 15 Memphis high school students and announced as the 2018 award recipient at the 40th annual Teenager of the Year Coronation held in Downtown Memphis on Dec. 14.  The 15 church-sponsored participants were chosen for the program based on moral character, community service, and recruitment of new NAACP... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Thursday, December 20, 2018
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Preschool Students Present Annual Christmas Show

Immaculate Conception Cathedral School’s preschool students presented their annual Christmas program “Wee Sing Joyfully” Thursday, Dec. 13 in the Cathedral.  The students performed several Christmas songs, including one using sign language, for parents, grandparents, and other guests.  After the show, students and guests enjoyed a reception in the parish hall, where students presented gifts to their parents. Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Tuesday, December 18, 2018
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ICCS Students Selected For UT-Martin Treble Choir

Six ICCS Lower School Choir members were selected to participate in the UT-Martin Treble Honor Choir last month. Fourth-graders Liam Lake and Hayley Stevens and 3rd-graders Julie Coker, Lilah Jeanfreau, Carly Pierce, and Daisy Yarrow were among 200 West Tennessee students invited to the one-day musical event held at UT-Martin on Nov. 6. "I submitted the names of several students from our 3rd and 4th-grade choir, and these six were selected to represent our school," said music... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Tuesday, December 18, 2018
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