Founded in 1936, Immaculate Conception Catholic Schools is a coeducational institute that serves students in kindergarten through eighth grade. It includes preschool, elementary and middle schools. Its academic curriculum includes various subjects, including math, science, music, and religious and physical education. The institute also conducts various sports activities, such as soccer, basketball and volleyball. Immaculate Conception Catholic Schools has a parent-teacher organization that organizes social activities and programs for students, as well as sponsors a variety of fundraising events. It additionally hosts several extracurricular activities, such as open house competitions, Christmas celebrations, science fairs and musical shows, as well as provides after-school programs. Its facilities include a cafeteria, gymnasium, playground, library, and science and computer laboratories with more than 25 workstations. Located in Warren, Mich., the institute is accredited by the Michigan Association of Non-public Schools.