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Incarnation Catholic School History


Incarnation Catholic School opened in August 1964 with a half day kindergarten, and full day classrooms for grades one and two.  The first permanent building was constructed in 1965, and a grade was added to the school every subsequent year.  In 1970, grades K through 8 were in operation, and the construction of the main school building and administrative buildings were completed.  In 1972, Incarnation earned full accreditation from The Florida Catholic Conference, which it continues to have today.  In 1992, a full-time Kindergarten was established.  In 2006, the first PreK 4 program began, and the program developed into a Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK 4) in 2014.  The following year, the first PreK-3 class was added to round out the complete program of classrooms that are in operation today.  
From 2018-2020 technology upgrades include the utilization of iPad's for each student in grades 3 through 8, and updated touch screen view boards.  Additionally, See-Saw, an electronic communication system for families of early learners and primary students, and Canvas, the digital student learning management system for Intermediate and Middle School students were implemented.    
In the 2022-23 school year, Incarnation Catholic School welcomed new leadership by the current Principal, Ms. Lopez.  Recent initiatives include the following:
•    ICS transitioned from a Parish School into a Diocesan School 
•    The sports program was brought back with soccer, basketball and track
•    The installation of a full-time security officer reinforces school safety
•    A new school information system, FACTS, was established
•    A brand new, custom-built lab for STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) was built, and is supported with a well-balanced STREAM curriculum.
•    The English Language Arts curriculum was updated, and a new Science curriculum is slated for the 2024-25 school year.
•    The school buildings are being restored, and further campus improvements are in development.