ICCS Senior Receives Prestigious Rhodes College Scholarship

ICCS Senior Angie Trinh has been named a 2019 recipient of the prestigious Clarence Day Scholarship at Rhodes College. Based on academic achievement and involvement with the Memphis community, the highly selective program pays $35,000 toward enrollment costs at Rhodes and is awarded to just 10 incoming freshmen each year. Recipients must demonstrate a passion for Memphis and a desire to continue making a difference in the city. Throughout their time at Rhodes, Day Scholars have opportunities to... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Thursday, March 21, 2019
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CBHS Selects Three ICCS 8th-Graders for De LaSalle Scholars Program

ICCS 8th-graders Luke Gerstner, Brett Barron, and Miles Jeanfreau (L-R) have been selected to Christian Brothers High School's prestigious De La Salle Scholars program. De La Salle Scholars are selected based on their High School Placement Test scores and are placed in the highest honors academic track CBHS offers. As upperclassmen, Scholars have the opportunity to enroll in a variety of AP and collegiate dual-enrollment courses. In addition to being named De La Salle scholars, all three... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Wednesday, March 6, 2019
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ICCS 8th-Grade Team Takes First-Place in Math Competition, 6th Grade Comes in Second, 7th Grade takes Third Place

ICCS's 8th-grade math team members Brett Barron, Luke Gerstner, Cole Carrier, and Miles Jeanfreau took first place in the Catholic School Math Competition held on Feb. 23 at Memphis Catholic High School. Placing third in their compeition were 7th-grade team members Madeleine Fowlkes, Abigail Bradley, and Aja Joliff. Two 6th-grade teams also placed; Savion Anderson, Angeline Dalal, and Dylan Jeanfreau coming in second, and Anna Nielsen, Lailah Owens, and Ali Carden placed third.  The... Read More
Posted by June LaPorta at Monday, March 4, 2019
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