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Tuscarawas Central Catholic Junior/Senior High School
Immaculate Conception School
Tuscarawas Central Catholic Elementary School
The Immaculate Conception School Kindergarten Orientation/Screening program will be held Wednesday, April 12. All students and their parents registered for kindergarten this fall should plan to attend. The program is also open to any families considering Immaculate Conception School. The orientation program will be an excellent opportunity to learn more about the kindergarten class and the school. The day will begin in the cafeteria at 8:00 am with coffee, juice, and donuts for the adults and children. The Orientation Program will start at 8:15 am. Please call the school at 740-922-3539 for more information.
Registration for the 2017-18 school year is now open at the Tuscarawas County Catholic Schools. Specific information about the admission process and registration forms are available on each school website. We
welcome visitors at anytime and encourage prospective parents to call and arrange a visit. You'll be able to meet our students and staff and see first hand what it means to Be a Saint!
Tucarawas Central Catholic Elementary School and Immaculate Conception School are EdChoice schools. Families with children entering kindergarten through the fourth grade could qualify for income-based scholarships that pay the full cost of tuition!
For more information, call 330-TCC-4050.
Be A Saint. It’s more than a slogan for the Tuscarawas County Catholic Schools. To Be A Saint is to encounter Christ in a safe, caring environment. To Be A Saint is to develop the intellectual, moral, and leadership characteristics that lead to life-long success. To Be A Saint is to serve others. To Be A Saint is an invitation to be part of a special community centered around God, family, and Gospel Values. To Be A Saint is a way of life.
In the videos below, Immaculate Conception sixth grader Katie Ross and TCCES sixth grader Alicia Sica Calel tell us in their own words what it means to be a Saint.