884 N. Lemoore Avenue, Lemoore, CA 93245, PHONE: 559-924-3424, FAX: 559-924-7848
BUILDING FAITH, VALUES, AND ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
High Quality Parochial Education in Kings County, California
We the students and staff at Mary Immaculate Queen School of St. Peter's Parish are a family of God, where we grow in Catholic faith, character and knowledge that challenge us to promote peace, justice and loving service to all.
Our facilities include our Administration Building, First through Fourth Grade Classroom Building, Fifth through Eighth Grade Classroom Building, Technology Building, Kindergarten and Pre-K Building, Extended Care Building, Convent and Chapel, and O'Doherty Hall.
Saint Peter, Prince of the Apostles Church is on the same property and provides a beautiful setting for the school's weekly mass. Also on the same property are the church administration office, Adoration Chapel and Holy Family Chapel.
We, the Pastor, principal, faculty, staff, school board and parents of Mary Immaculate Queen School are committed to provide an instructional environment which will encourage our students to develop spiritually, aesthetically, intellectually, sociologically and physiologically to fill their full potential. We focus on the formation of true Christian values while recognizing the freedom and dignity of the child as a person. We acknowledge the responsibility of parents as primary educators and teachers as facilitators of learning. We also recognize that the family, the parish and the community affect the student's complete development.
Mary Immaculate Queen School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
Mary Immaculate Queen School, a non-profit institution, began educating students in 1959. MIQ is located at 884 N. Lemoore Ave, Lemoore, CA. and is the parochial school for St. Peter's Parish, in the Diocese of Fresno..
Msgr. James O'Doherty, our Founder, placed the school in the hands of our heavenly Mother, Mary Immaculate Queen. The school was staffed and administered by the Sisters of Mercy from Ennis, Ireland, through the 1990-1991 school year. The Carmelite Sisters from India, began their ministry the 1991-1992 school year. The Carmelite Sisters were called to assist in communities in more need of their services and MIQ is now staffed by caring, talented and dedicated lay persons.
Mary Immaculate Queen School provides an environment in which each student is encouraged to develop as an individual and as a member of the parish community. The resources of the school, parish and local community are used to meet the needs and talents of the students. Students are involved in a variety of community activities and service projects. Some of the many examples are: Food Drive, Winter Coat Drive, Easter Basket, Smile Train, Visiting Nursing Homes, Volunteering at Animal Shelter.
HELPING GROW YOUR CHILD