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Immaculata, Washington, D.C.

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For questions, contact Cami Pritchett, Constituent Engagement/Planned Giving Manager, who is heading the alumnae/i relations area of our department at this time. You may reach her at 812-535-2807 or email cpritchett@spsmw.org.

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Immaculata, Class of ’73, 50 Year Reunion

Class notes

  • Beth (Gilbert) Moberley

    Class of 1963

    I am Beth Gilbert from the Class of ’63. I was hoping to see friends and fellow classmates from my year at the ’74 50th Reunion/All Years Alumnae that was held at The Salted Rim Margareta Bar and Grill in Millville, Delaware on June 1st. I had so much fun because we all had something in common, our High School that we loved. I was the oldest one there, but many were there from different graduation years. I would be more than excited to attend in upcoming years. If others from 1963 attended, that would make it a more exciting event. (June 2024)

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History of Immaculata and Dunblane

In 1905, at the request of the pastor of St. Ann Church in Washington, D.C., the Sisters of Providence purchased property and opened what was first called Immaculata Seminary, including elementary, secondary and postgraduate programs.

The college closed in 1978, with the elementary and high schools closing in 1986.

Until 1965, the high school was called Immaculata High School. In 1965, the name was changed to Immaculata Preparatory.

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