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Free Throw Champs

IHM 2012 Knights District Free Throw Champs

Congratulations to IHM Students: Gavin Cunningham, Regan Moore, Eva Short, and Sarah Sagar.These IHM student athletes recently
competed in the 2012 Knights of
Columbus Annual Free Throw
Shooting contest held at
Immaculate Heart of Mary. Read more

 

March 3, 2012

little rockers kids marathon

Over the past few months many IHM children have been training for the 2012 Little Rockers Kids Marathon, an innovative, endurance building running/walking program for children 7 to 12 years old. The program is presented by Arkansas Children's Hospital and was held Saturday, March 3, in downtown Little Rock.  Read more

 

March 8, 2012 6:30 PM

pto meeting

The next PTO` meeting will be held on Thursday, March 8th at 6:30 pm in the school cafeteria. Read more

 

March 10, 2012 7:00 PM

Knights Movie Knight 

Mr. Poppers Penguins. Free Movie for Family and Friends with supervision. Read more

 

March 14, 2012 ALL DAY

BEEF O'BRADY'S NIGHT

All you have to do to support IHM night is order lunch, dinner, or takeout food from Beef O' Brady's. 15% of your entire bill will go to the IHM Karnawal Committee which we then invest into our operating budget. Read more

Welcome to IHM!

Founded in 1878 by THE HOLY GHOST FATHERS SHORTLY AFTER IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY CHURCH WAS BUILT.

The original structure was a two-story log building with two classrooms on the ground floor and living quarters for the priest on the second floor. Lay women were the first teachers and by 1884 there were 83 students in the school, which at that time were called "Warren". In 1924 the Blue Hill School was built with grades primary through the eighth grade. Three grades were taught in each classroom. Benedictine Sisters from the St. Scholastica Convent in Fort Smith were sent to run the school. In 1927 the Pulaski County School District took control of the school, thereby making it a public school. The nuns were paid their salaries by the District. Father Charles Hertel would post a watch at the end of Blue Hill Road to watch for District personnel so that Religion classes could be taught.

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featured event

Book Fair

Operation Rice Bowl

As a part of the Religion program, our school will participate in the Catholic Relief Service's "Operation Rice Bowl." This is a Lenten program with four basic goals for student
participants to:
1. Pray with their families and faith communities
2. Fast in solidarity with those who hunger
3. Learn about our global community and the poor overseas
4. Give sacrificial contributions to those in need around the world. Read more

important dates  

March 8
End of 3rd Quarter 

March 9
AR Catholic Professional Day / School Closed

March 10 7:00 PM
Knights Movie Knight 

March 12 - 16
Book Fair

March 14 ALL DAY
Beef O' Brady Family Nite

March 14
Pi Day 

March 16
Report Cards

March 19 - 23
Spring Break