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
There are many opportunities for students to develop special talents. A variety of sports and other extracurricular activities are offered for both boys and girls. These include MIQ Choir, Rosary Club, field trips, drama, cooking, gardening, leadership skills, vocal and instrumental music and Student Council. Athletic teams offered include football, basketball, volleyball and track.
Before and after school care from 7 am to 6 pm is available to MIQ School students on days when school is in session. ECP provides playtime, snacks and homework time for the students.
In addition to formal instruction in the classroom, the religion program provides opportunities for the students to live the faith through prayer services, participation in liturgies and reception of sacraments.
At Mary Immaculate Queen School, Catholic Identity is the top priority. For students who attend here it goes much deeper into the school day. Faith filled activities are more powerful than a stand alone religion class. Our students strive to see the sacredness in the depths of everything and even to be inspirations for their parents and families.
The after school sports program is an extra-curricular activity, and is open to students grades 5th to 8th. Students in 4th grade can participate on D teams when needed. Students who participate in the after school sports program are subject to the responsibilities set forth in the MIQ Sports Contract.
MIQ School is committed to preparing our students to be active members in today's technology centered world. Grade levels K-8 receive instruction in the state of the art computer lab and are immersed in technology enhanced classroom. Lessons are integrated and enhanced using interactive white boards, responders, internet and multi-media that is textbook based.
The purpose of Student Council is to promote good citizenship, help students develop leadership and responsibility, to demonstrate the practical application of democracy, to encourage a high standard of scholarship, to stimulate school spirit, and to advance the welfare of the school and its members in every possible manner. Students in grades 5 - 8 may serve as student council officers or representatives
Mary Immaculate Queen School School-wide Learning Expectations
Our Students Will Be:
Catholic Learners who:
Creative Thinkers and Problem Solvers who:
Responsible Citizens who:
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.