In 1922, a private residence was purchased and used as a sister’s convent, with two rooms used as classrooms. The Sisters of Saint Francis of Joliet, Illinois were placed in charge of the classes. Because of the rapid growth in the parish, it was necessary to build a new school. In 1925, the new school was ready for use and part of the building was used for Church services. In 1954, a gym and four classrooms were added. In 1959, three more classrooms were added and the older part of the building was remodeled. In January 2002, Immaculate Conception launched a $4 million dollar capital campaign for the construction of additional four classrooms, school air conditioning and other updates to our Kindergarten and School buildings.