Admission Inquiry

We are so pleased that you are considering ICA for your child! Below, you’ll find the process for applying to the Academy.

Step 1: Online Application

Applying online is easy! Click here to begin an online application. The process includes completing the new student application, and submitting the corresponding $100 registration fee for K-8th-grade or $125 yearly fee for Preschool or Prekindergarten.

Step 2: Parent Interview

As part of the application, parents of applicants are required to complete a parent interview during the process. This conversation will give you an opportunity to learn more about our curriculum, ask questions and tell us more about your child. Additionally, we encourage you to arrange a tour.

You may arrange an individual parent interview or tour by emailing Advancement Director Debra Petras or contact our office at 610-404-8645.

At Immaculate Conception Academy, we wholeheartedly embrace our mission to welcome all families and make Catholic education accessible to our diverse community. We believe every child deserves the opportunity to flourish in a nurturing, faith-based environment that fosters academic excellence and personal growth.

Use your funds at Catholic schools. You can use your PA 529 Savings Plan to pay for tuition up to $10,000 annually at ICA.

Contribute with ease. Payroll deductions and automatic investing plans make saving even easier. Manage your account securely online anytime or call the PA 529 GSP (800-440-4000) to speak to a savings specialist.

Low fees. The PA 529 GSP has an annual asset-based fee of .30% (capped at $250 annually) for accounts with email delivery of most plan documents. For accounts with mail delivery, the fee is .40% (capped at $500 annually). All accounts are subject to a minimum fee of $5 annually.

Anyone can contribute. Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and family friends can all help cover the cost of your child’s education.

Admission Guidelines

At Immaculate Conception Academy (ICA), we uphold the values of inclusivity and fairness in our admission process. Our commitment to providing exceptional Catholic education is unwavering, guided by principles that ensure equal opportunities for all applicants.

  • Non-Discrimination: ICA adheres to all applicable state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination.
  1. Discretion of Administration: Enrollment decisions at ICA are made at the discretion of the Administration, aligning with state and federal  regulations and the mission of our Academy.
  • Application Process:

Prospective students and families must submit a complete application and registration fee.

Applications will be reviewed thoroughly, considering academic records (if applicable,)family recommendations, and family interviews.

The Academy will communicate the final decision on admission promptly.