Immaculate Conception Academy (San Francisco, California)

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Immaculate Conception Academy
Immaculate Conception Academy exterior.jpg
Immaculate Conception Academy exterior
3625 24th Street
San Francisco, California 94110
United States
Coordinates 37°45′6″N 122°25′24″W / 37.75167°N 122.42333°W / 37.75167; -122.42333Coordinates: 37°45′6″N 122°25′24″W / 37.75167°N 122.42333°W / 37.75167; -122.42333
Type Private
Motto Veritas
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic;
Dominican Sisters
Established 1883
Founder Mother Maria Pia Backes
President Sister Diane Aruda
Dean Tasia Davis
Principal Lisa Graham
Faculty 44
Grades 9-12
Gender Girls
Average class size 60
Color(s) Blue and White         
Song ICA Alma Mater
Athletics Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, Cross - Country, Soccer
Athletics conference CIF San Francisco Section
Mascot Sparta Spartan Warrior
Team name Spartans
Accreditation Western Association of Schools and Colleges[1]
Newspaper Megaphone
Yearbook Flame
Tuition $2,900.00 (2013-2014)
Affiliation Cristo Rey Network
Dean of Students Tasia Davis
Admissions Director Gina Espinal
College Counselor Francesca Mallegni
Athletic Director Carolyn Sideco
Activities Director Leticia Cottrell
Chief Business and Finance Officer Max Straube

Immaculate Conception Academy is a private, all-girls Roman Catholic high school in San Francisco, California. It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Francisco.


Immaculate Conception was established in 1883 by the Dominican Sisters. It is an all-girls school in the Dominican tradition sponsored by the Sisters of Mission San Jose. The school is located in the heart of San Francisco.[2] Immaculate Conception became the first all-girls school in the Cristo Rey Network on August 31, 2009.[3]


Immaculate Conception Academy is dedicated to providing a college preparatory based curriculum that centers around community learning and student cooperation.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ WASC-ACS. "WASC-Accrediting Commission for Schools". Retrieved 2009-06-05. 
  2. ^ ICA. "School History". Retrieved 2007-05-11. 
  3. ^ ICA. "ICA Goes Cristo Rey" (PDF). Retrieved 2008-12-22. 

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