ICS History

Established in 2000, Incarnation Catholic School was created to fill the need for quality Catholic education in Collierville, TN. As the first church-affiliated school in the area,  ICS offers an alternative to the many schools located in Collierville.

The Parish intends to keep the school relatively small, with a projected enrollment of 300 students each year. Its rich traditions mark it as an exemplary Catholic school.  At Incarnation, parish, parental, and community involvement and the growing diversity of our school community is a major focus.  We understand the necessity of consensus when establishing an educational Catholic system.

ICS is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Our curriculum highlights effective tools for teaching the basics of Language Arts, Math, Reading and Literature, Social Studies, Science, and Religion. The Religion curriculum is taught daily and is integrated across subject areas. We have morning and afternoon prayers; we celebrate the Eucharist with the parish each Thursday morning, and say the Rosary or Stations of the Cross every Friday.  Students in all grades are required to perform monthly service.

As with most Catholic schools, our students wear uniforms.  We offer before and after school care and we have a hot lunch program that is provided at a nominal cost.  Students participate in PE twice a week and Music, Art, Library, Spanish, and computer once a week. We realize the importance of technology in our world today. Our children have access to desktop computers, laptops, iPads, and our middle school enjoys one-to-one technology with Google Chromebooks.

Being a part of our young school is very exciting as we build our legacy and educate our future generations. Incarnation Catholic School strives to educate the whole child spiritually, intellectually, socially, emotionally, and physically in a Catholic environment.