History of Immaculata and DunblaneIn 1905, at the request of the pastor of St. Ann Church in Washington, D.C., the Sisters of Providence bought property and opened what was first called Immaculata Seminary, including elementary, secondary and postgraduate programs.
In 1913, the elementary school moved to Dunblane at the west end of the campus. In 1920, the postgraduate department became a junior college. In 1955, a separate building was built for college dormitory and classrooms. Two other buildings were built for common use.
For financial reasons the junior college closed in 1978. In 1986, the Sisters of Providence contingency plan resulted in the closing of the elementary and high schools. The property was sold to American University, where it remains today.
Until 1965, the high school was called Immaculata Preparatory School. In 1965, the name was changed to Immaculata High School.
Welcome alumnae, former students and family of Immaculata Seminary, Immaculata High School, Immaculata Preparatory School, Immaculata Junior College, Immaculata College and Dunblane School of Washington, D.C.
On this page, you will find information about the annual Immaculata All-Schools Reunion, contact information for the alumnae association, newsletters and how to update your contact information.
Immaculata’s annual all-school reunion will be Sunday, October 12, 2014, at the Kenwood Country Club.
Association contact information
The Immaculata Alumnae Association needs volunteers to serve in leadership for the association. In the interim, you may address questions about Immaculata to the Sisters of Providence Alumnae/i Relations Manager Rosie Blankenship, email@example.com, 812-535-2817. Our mailing address is Immaculata Alumnae Association, Mission Advancement office, One Sisters of Providence, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, IN 47876.
Alumna Trish Godel Gray graciously assists with reunion registrations and some organizing tasks. Please feel free to contact her at: Trish Godel Gray, 62573 Spring Creek Road, Montrose, CO 81403-7934, phone: (970)249-8725, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sister Sue Paweski, who was the long-time alumnae relations manager with the Sisters of Providence, is happy to share that she has return to her passion: teaching! She is the fine arts teacher at St. Genevieve School in Chicago.
Please remember to keep your mailing address and email address current with the Sisters of Providence, who manage the database for the Immaculata Alumnae Association. Use this form for easy updating! We are trying to cut mailing costs by sending more email, so email addresses are very important. Please indicate on the form if you would like this information in the Alumnae Directory on the website. This information will not be published on the website without your permission.
The following newsletters are offered for alumnae to “catch up” on happenings. Please note the contact information in these newsletters may have changed since these newsletters were published. Refer to contacts on this page for current information.
- There was no Spring 2013 newsletter. We are looking for a newsletter editor! Are you interested? Please email Rosie Blankenship at email@example.com.
- Immaculata newsletter – Spring 2012
- Immaculata newsletter – Spring 2011
- Immaculata newsletter – Spring 2010
The Immaculata All-Schools Reunion is usually held on the second or third Sunday of October.
- Like us on Facebook to stay in touch with friends and share memories
- See Immaculata & Dunblane historical photos on Flickr
- The 90-year-old marble altar from Immaculata Seminary finds a new home
- Remembering Sister Annette Cecile Holmes
We need your information! Update your information with us. Indicate in the the comment area of the form your permission to use your name and email address in this web Directory of Alumnae. This information will not be included on the website without your permission. (Last updated September 2012)