The ultimate mission of Our Lady Immaculate School is to have students leaving the school as contributing members of society, tolerant of others, empowered to shape their future using knowledge and skills developed in partnership with other students, their family and the community at large within a safe environment. The primary aim of the school is to provide a Christian education for all students that develop their talents and capacities – socially, emotionally, spiritually, physically, creatively and academically. This will equip them to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world. Another very important aim is to provide opportunities and a yearn for life-long learning notwithstanding what one’s academic potential is.
As a school, Our Lady Immaculate, provides opportunities to all students to fulfill their potential as individuals and as students. For us it is important that they learn and develop self-confidence, optimism, respect for others, and a drive to achieve personal fulfillment. We ensure that regardless of their ability, students have the opportunity to reach their personal best. It is our vision that all of our students will participate as committed Christians and as active and informed citizens in a democratic society. We also seek to instill four core values – honesty, integrity, respect and responsibility. In the curriculum we offer, the school aims to provide relevant, up-to-date teaching-learning processes which are inclusive, non-discriminatory and promote civic competences.