Spend Your Summer at Immaculate Heart!

Cool off this summer in Immaculate Heart Middle School’s Swimming class!


Registration for Immaculate Heart Middle School’s summer school program for girls entering grades four through eight opens on Monday, March 1.

The 2021 session begins June 14, and will run through July 9, offering over 20 academic, enriching and creative courses. These offerings include one-week, two-week and four-week classes, covering subjects and activities ranging from Forensic Science to Salsa Dancing to Creative Filmmaking.

At Immaculate Heart Middle School’s summer school program, students can challenge themselves academically with courses like Computer Programming.


Sewable Electronics, a new favorite from last summer session, will also return and teach students how to combine crafts, fashion and technology as they customize bracelets and clothing with LEDs powered by carefully-sewn conductive thread.

For more information, including a course catalog, visit Immaculate Heart’s website at: www.immaculateheart.org/page/academics/summer-school

Stay active at Immaculate Heart Middle School with classes like Yoga and Pilates.


About Immaculate Heart

Founded in 1906, Immaculate Heart High School & Middle School educates and empowers young women in sixth through 12th grades from its central location in the Los Feliz foothills near Griffith Park. The school has a long and distinguished history, with more than 10,000 graduates. Today’s student body of more than 700 young women is both geographically and ethnically diverse, drawing on students from throughout Los Angeles County. Last year, virtually 100 percent of Immaculate Heart graduates matriculated to colleges, including the most prestigious schools in the country.

Immaculate Heart High School and Middle School, 5515 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028, (323) 461-3651 or visit www.immaculateheart.org.




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