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Immaculate Heart Uniforms

Here at IHC, our goal is to make our dress code simple and accessible for all of our families.

Apparel can be ordered via our school's vendor store with Tommy Hilfiger School Uniforms. 

Families are not required to purchase all apparel items from Tommy Hilfiger School Uniforms unless you are purchasing a ladies' Jr./Sr. skirt or elementary ladies' jumper. 

Grade 7-12 ties for gentlemen can be purchased at the High School Main Office.


Elementary School Supply Lists


Jr/Sr High School Supply Lists

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NWEA resources

  • Link MAP® Growth™ scores to instructional solutions providers. Many of the multiple instructional partners we work with are offering free access during school closures. Using them in conjunction with scores from your winter testing could help you design your online curriculum.

  • Help families understand MAP Growth scoresOur Family Toolkit gives grown-ups at home a clearer picture of what MAP Growth scores mean and what their kids are ready to learn next. Consider using the Family Report during virtual conferences.

  • Rely on digital toolsWe compiled a list of our favorite tools, apps, and platforms for teachers to use in the classroom. Many are useful for the virtual classroom, too.

  • Support young readers: Share our tips for developing early reading skills at home.

Multiple subjects

  • Science, social studies, SEL, and moreNewsela is free through the end of the school year and chock-full of valuable content, including on social-emotional learning (SEL), which can come in especially handy during these trying times, and articles in Spanish.

  • Make learning a hootKahoot! games make learning fun while still giving teachers the information they need to tailor their instruction. They’re offering all their premium distance learning tools for free.

Reading resources

  • Nature at your fingertipsRanger Rick, the award-winning children’s nature magazine, is offering all its content for free online, including outdoor activities, guides for educators and parents, and all the digital issues of the magazine.

  • Daily JourneysScholastic is offering cross-curricular reading and learning projects that your kids can use every day. Each one is built around a thrilling and meaningful story or video.

  • Doodling liveMo Willems, author of the award-winning Pigeon and Elephant and Piggie children’s books, is doodling on a livestream every weekday at 1 pm EST. Help kids learn to write and draw alongside one of the best in the business!

  • Explore the worldNational Geographic lets you use an incredible library of educational content. Get reading materials on everything from ancient history to the future of space travel.

  • Famous actors read to kidsStoryline Online is an Emmy-nominated children’s literacy program featuring imaginatively produced videos featuring celebrated actors.

  • Free LibraryLearning A–Z is offering its Raz-Kids online library and Headsprout reading courses free for the next 90 days.

Math resources

  • If you don’t know where to start: If you have no idea where to begin, Khan Academy is the place to be. As founder Sal Khan says, “Math isn’t hard. It’s a mindset!” Their YouTube channel is another great resource. Khan Academy has content in Spanish on their website and on YouTube, too.

  • Access math textbooksBig Ideas Math is giving students free access to all its K–12 math textbooks. No registration is required.

  • MathTube: Many math teachers have put together outstanding video series on YouTube. Math & Learning 4 Kids has a variety of lessons divided by grade level. PatrickJMT will work wonders if you want to dive into more advanced high school calculus concepts. If you have a student fascinated by the theories of math, Numberphile will keep them hooked.

  • Even more mathBe a Learning Hero has an excellent index of free math (and reading!) content that is divided by grade level.

Religion resources

Become a Volunteer

Any parent or individual who would like to volunteer or coach at ANY Immaculate Heart event which involves our students must be Virtus Trained and pass a background check. If interested please contact our Main Office by calling #315-788-4670 ext. 1

Register online for the next Virtus training at or