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Immaculate Heart Academy’s Class of 2022 Celebrates Their Junior Ring Ceremony

Updated: Mar 19, 2021

Immaculate Heart Academy’s Class of 2022 Celebrates their Junior Ring Ceremony, Bergen County Moms

Eighty-one members of Immaculate Heart Academy’s Class of 2022 celebrated their Junior Ring Ceremony on the afternoon of March 12, 2021. Juniors who received class rings gathered together safely in IHA’s PAC for a liturgy led by Fr. Frank Critch. Class of 2022 parents and all other students, faculty, and staff logged in virtually to watch a live-streaming of the liturgy and ceremony from their homes, offices, and classrooms. Juniors, both remote and in-person, received a congratulatory Glaze Donut treat from the IHA Parents’ Club!

Thank you to Mr. Jason Schlereth, principal; Mrs. Alice Rogers, assistant principal; and junior class officers, Gabriella Fava, president; Erin Burke, vice president; Kyra Toskos, secretary; Kayla Arone, treasurer; and Jayda Yatko, event planner, for helping to coordinate and participate in this special event. Special thanks to Ms. Ana Echeverría, junior class moderator, and Mrs. Sarah Shutrop, director of formation, for planning a beautiful ceremony for our juniors, and to Ms. Jessi Shaheen the student volunteers who facilitated the live streaming of the event.

Congratulations to all of the juniors who celebrated this timeless IHA tradition!

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Founded in 1960, Immaculate Heart Academy, is an all-girls Catholic regional high school of the Archdiocese of Newark presently celebrating its 60th year. A Blue Ribbon School, IHA enrolls approximately 700 girls in a competitive college preparatory program from more than 100 towns in Bergen, Passaic, Morris, Hudson and Essex counties in New Jersey and Rockland and Orange counties in New York. Over the years, IHA has continually grown and evolved, fortifying its academics, activities, and facilities to prepare students for further education, and for the enhancement of society through their personal, professional, and spiritual gifts.

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