Immaculate Conception Catholic School was established in 1995 as a member of theFort Worth Diocesan Schools with an enrollment of 74 students in grades PreK-3 through second grade. Immaculate Conception Catholic School is an education Ministry of Immaculate Conception Church (ICC) and St. Mark Church (SMC). The school was located in the ICC Parish Center and Education Building.
In 1997 the school received Provisional Accreditation from the Texas Catholic
Conference Education Department (TCCED). Enrollment grew to 111 students by then and an anonymous benefactor purchased two portable buildings to accommodate our growth. In 1998 the Immaculate Conception Catholic School Advisory Council began the process to build a new school in the near future. Following more than a year of preparation and a visit by a state accreditation team, Immaculate Conception Catholic School was granted full accreditation status in May 2002. The school graduated its first class of 15 eighth grade students in May 2002. The school filed a successful Interim Accreditation Report in April 2007 and retains full accreditation as recognized by the State of Texas.
Ground was broken July 15, 2001, on the construction of a new Immaculate Conception Catholic School. Classes began August 19, 2002, in the new facility located at 2301 North Bonnie Brae Street. Future plans call for the completion of a Phase II construction that would add six classrooms to the east wing of the facility to accommodate growth.
On October 17, 2010, Bishop Vann celebrated Mass to commemorate Immaculate Conception Catholic School's 15th anniversary. Students and Alumni served as altar servers, readers, ushers, greeters, and musicians.