Incarnation Parish School is a Catholic school in Glendale, California. Founded in 1937, the school includes grades K through 8 and a preschool. Like all Catholic schools Incarnation's purpose is to proclaim the Gospel message, to build community, and to educate. Within the school community the administrators, teachers, clergy, parents and students experience together what it means to live a life of prayer, community, personal responsibility, and freedom, manifesting the Gospel values of peace, justice, community, love, patience, reconciliation, and respect. Our curriculum is developed and based on the California Essential Knowledge and Skills standards and the national standards in specific academic areas. Incarnation has been a leader in the effective use of digital technology in the region. Incarnation school has a new gym, professional kitchen and a preschool. It is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, the Western Catholic Educational Association, and the National Catholic Education Association. Incarnation School has recently celebrated the 75th year of service to the community. Over the years, thousands of students have attended Incarnation School. Many of our graduating students have merited scholarships and honors at entrance at Archdiocesan and private high schools.
123 West Glenoaks Blvd., Glendale, CA
Mrs. Diana Girskis, PrincipalA Message from the Principal
I am excited that TONIGHT we will have an internationally acclaimed expert come to Incarnation to present Calmer, Easier, Happier Parenting. Noel Janis-Norton is a behavior specialist with more than 40 years' experience helping parents and teachers.
What sets Noel's presentation apart from others is the emphasis on teaching parents specific strategies that you can turn around and use immediately at home and see positive results. Many parenting experts discuss child behavior and explain it - Noel Janis-Norton actually shows parents what to do about it - how to improve cooperation, confidence and motivation and to make all family relationships more harmonious.
As a parent myself, I know that this is a difficult time of year as most families are tired of homework, tired of getting up early and ready for summer. Noel's strategies will help us make it through the next few months and give us life-long skills to support our students. Every parent who attends will receive service hours. I encourage every parent and staff member to attend this fantastic event!
PLEASE COME TONIGHT!! 6:30PM
- Ongoing - Open Registration at Incarnation School -- Information and application packet at http://www.incaglendale.org/inca/application.packet.html .
- April 29th-May 3rd , Teacher Appreciation Week
- May 1- PTO-CSB board meeting 6pm
- May 3- Progress Reports go out
- May 4- Women's Guild Tea in the Community Center
- May 6- no school teacher inservice
- May 10- half day noon dismissal - In N Out truck day for lunch
- May 11- First Communion
- May 19- First Communion
- May 26- Confirmation with Bishop Wilkerson, 5:30 Mass
2013-2014 Incarnation School RegistrationNew Student Applications are available at the school office weekdays, 8 A.M. to 3 P.M. and also online at www.incaschool.org.A non-refundable application fee of $50 per child MUST accompany the application (checks should be payable to Incarnation School). Priority is given to applications received earlier. Please note that the recommended age for kindergarten is 5 years of age by September 1, 2013, but is required by October 1, 2013. Please check out photos of our Open House , on Sunday, January 27 or arrange with the office for a school tour.
Please Help with Photos on Our Website
When ever you attend INCA events and take pictures, if you would like, please send them to Dennis Doyle. He can post them to our INCA website, and you can get service hours! His email address is email@example.com