Discover our School

Our school respectfully acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral, traditional and unceded Indigenous territory of the Algonquin Peoples,
on whose territory we pray, learn, play and work.

The OCSB acknowledges the suffering experienced by Indigenous peoples in Canada's Residential Schools and is committed to Truth and Reconciliation. Read the OCSB Response to the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action to learn more.

Grade 7-8 Timetable

All students are expected to be seated, ready to begin class, when the final bell rings for each period.

Classes are on a 5 day schedule (Monday to Friday) and are 50 minutes in length.

Period 1 —  8:20 - 9:10

Period 2 —  9:15 - 10:05

Period 3 — 10:10 - 11:00

Period 4 — 11:05 - 11:55

Lunch — 12:00 - 12:40

Period 5 — 12:45 - 1:35

Period 6 —1:40 - 2:30

Grade 9-12 Timetable

All students are expected to be seated, ready to begin class, when the final bell rings for each period.

Grade 9-12

Period 1 — 8:20 - 9:45

Period 29:50 - 11:05

Lunch —    11:05 - 11:50

Period 3 —11:55 - 1:10

Period 4 —1:15 - 2:30

Our Learning Commons

The Grey Sisters Commemorative Library/Learning Commons welcomes you!

Learning Commons Blog

Hours of Operation

Monday to Friday: 7:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.


Ms. S. Murray - Teacher Librarian

Mrs.Peggy Aghazarian - Library Technician

Learning Commons Procedures

Nutrition at Immaculata

Breakfast Club is available every day to students in the Atrium.  ALL WELCOME! Students can eat there or grab and go! Students can even take some extra food/snacks to eat for lunch if needed. See you in the Atrium from about 7:45-8:15am. 

Immaculata offers a full-service cafeteria available prior to 8:20 for breakfast and during lunch hours. The cafeteria has received its EAT SMART designation for offering healthy options to students.  


Immaculata High School is privileged to have its own Chapel. The Chapel is the focus of the spiritual character of the school and is used for private prayer and class liturgical celebrations. 

Chaplaincy Department

MAC Chaplaincy 

Our school’s chaplaincy leader is Ms. Leanne Davis. As chaplaincy leader she animates the various programs that seek to enhance the faith and spiritual life of our Catholic learning community. She is available to staff, parents and students for personal and pastoral consultations and can be reached by calling 613-237-2001.

Our Catholic schools have a fundamental right to support and enhance the Catholic faith throughout the entire school community by proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Our school will provide opportunities for staff and students to live, learn, love, and grow in their faith in Jesus Christ. The school will promote and integrate the distinctive nature of Catholic education in curricular, extracurricular and educational experiences.

Parish links

Immaculata students attend a variety of parishes across the city. The school also has an informal partnership with St. Paul University (across the street from Immaculata).

Parish information can be obtained by calling the parishes directly:

Blessed Sacrament - 232-4891

Canadian Martyrs - 232-5347

Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish  613-733-9636

St. Patrick Basilica - 233-1125

Policies and procedures

Many Immaculata graduates have gone on to distinguish themselves in a wide variety of careers. Have a look at the MAC ALUMNI  to see what some of our graduates have gone on to accomplish and what they are doing today.