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We’re Back!! First day of school on August 9th

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We were excited to welcome back our scholars on Wednesday, August 9th for the first day of class, which started with an all-school assembly in the chapel. The assembly gave students a chance to be introduced to our policies and procedures as well as meet our faculty and staff. We’re especially excited to welcome 4th Graders to our middle school …

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Imago Dei Awarded Grant for Mental Health Therapy and Counseling

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OneAZ Credit Union is proud to award a $5,000 Community Impact Grant to Imago Dei Middle School for their work in improving the lives of their community. The support will specifically fund mental health therapy and counseling for students at the private, tuition-free middle school. Click the link to read the full press release. OneAZ press release

We’ve Gone Platinum!

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Imago Dei is excited to share that we have just earned our 2023 Platinum Seal from Candid (formerly GuideStar), a service that donors and funders explore to verify and research nonprofits that are aligned with their priorities. ¬† By earning their highest seal of transparency, Imago Dei is demonstrating our commitment to building and maintaining an honest relationship with our …

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7th Grade Religious Education Hosts Interfaith Service

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On May 23rd, our 7th Grade Religious Education class was blessed to play host to their peers from the Tucson Hebrew Academy¬†for our annual Interfaith Service. This year-end tradition is the culmination of the 7th graders’ exploration and discussion of many of the world’s current and historic faith traditions. The class focused on ancient and contemporary indigenous spiritual practices in …

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Join Us At Juneteenth!

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Imago Dei Middle School is proud to be one of the community organizations tabling at our community’s Juneteenth event on June 17th. We encourage all of you to join us at this celebration and to heed their slogan this year – “It’s a movement, not a moment.” The event is at Kino Sports Complex, 2500 East Ajo Way, and will …

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Why Parents Prefer Private Schools

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According to The Council for American Private Education (CAPE), it’s estimated that 55% of all parents who currently send their children to public schools would want to send them to private schools. But, why is this? What makes these schools so desirable for parents? Below are some of the many reasons parents prefer private institutions over other options. Better Teacher-to-Student …

Fantastic Field Trip to the Fox

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Our scholars were invited guests of the Fox Tucson Theatre on Halloween morning to enjoy a hauntingly beautiful performance by Dave Wickerham on the Wurlitzer pipe organ. In addition to explaining the history and construction of the organ, popular 100 years ago, Mr. Wickerham entertained the assembled crowd with a medley of hits including Disney songs and The Addams Family …

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All-School Camp at Chapel Rock

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August 29-September 1, 2022, saw the triumphant return of all four grades to Chapel Rock after a two-year Covid hiatus. The whole school explored, played, tried totally new things, and came together amid the cool pines of Prescott. Yay!

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What Kind of Experience Will Your Child Gain From Attending a Private School?

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According to The Advocates for Self-Government, one in 10 children attends a private school. This statistic shows that private school is getting more popular among families, and this is because more parents are becoming aware of the benefits of private schools. If you are considering private school for your kids, here are some benefits you may want to know about. …

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Post-Graduation Camp at Chapel Rock

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Following graduation, the 8th Grade traveled to this beautiful camp outside Prescott for three days of challenges, fun, and togetherness among the pines. It was a final celebration of their accomplishments, and a chance to enjoy an experience they mostly missed out on during Covid. Looks as if they made up for lost time!