Welcome to Immanuel Elementary School where we BOLDLY proclaim Jesus as the center of our education. Our goal is to blend rigorous academic programs with solid Biblical teaching. We value student relationships and desire to partner with families to educate the whole child - mind, body, and soul. Our dedicated teachers and staff are passionate about speaking truth into students’ lives in order to build a foundation of faith that will last a lifetime. Proverbs 22:6 reminds us to, “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”

It is exciting to be a part of the Lord’s work to further His Kingdom through Immanuel. Each morning we gather as a student body to pray and recognize the blessing we have to speak Christ in a school setting. In addition to core subjects, elementary students participate in daily devotions, music, art, physical education, technology, and chapel each week. Immanuel's unique, K-12 campus fosters community and creates a family-focused atmosphere.

As we step into the 2019-20 school year, we move ahead with anticipation of how the Lord will be glorified through our students, faculty, and campus life. Our theme this year, Be Bold, is taken from Joshua 1:9, “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.” In this ever-changing world, we are called to BE BOLD for the Lord and His truth. We count it a privilege to train-up the next generation to fully understand this call and to love Christ with their whole heart.

Kim Garrett
Elementary Principal


Students participate in local and global service opportunities to learn the importance of ....


All classrooms have access to iPads or Chromebooks and receive weekly instruction by a technology teacher.


On average, we have 18 students in our elementary classrooms vs 25-36 students in a public school setting.


Get involved! We have great clubs like Chess Club, Science Club, Theatre Club, and Worship Fundamentals


Students have PE class 3 times per week. 2nd-5th graders can participate in Cross Country or Track.


100% of students participate in daily devotion time and weekly chapel.


All students have music class twice a week.


We're worth the ride! We currently have bus routes that cover Fresno, Visalia, Hanford & Orosi


We dress in Extreme Blue on Fridays and have events like Elementary Night at the Football Game.

Upcoming Elementary Events
  • October 15 - Pie Sales Kick Off

  • October 14-17 - Homecoming Week

  • October 18 - No School - Parent Teacher Conferences

  • October 21 - No School, Staff Development

  • October 29 - Immanuel Schools Preview Day

    Elementary Athletics

  • Tuesday , October 1 - Cross Country meet at Dunlap 3:30 pm

  • Tuesday , October 8 - Cross Country meet at TL Reed 3:30 pm

  • Thursday, October 24 - Cross Country meet at Reedley College 2:00 pm

    Our academic program is both rigorous and balanced. We make curriculum decisions based on what is best for creating well-rounded, responsible, and motivated learners. See our curriculum guides for further information on grade-level specifics.
    Technology is integrated into each classroom through teacher instruction and student access. In addition, students receive 30 minutes per week of push-in technology instruction with a technology teacher. Students have access to class sets of iPads and MacBooks.
    We would LOVE for you to get involved in our IES Parent Teacher Fellowship!
    Regular PTF Meeting
    Meetings are regularly scheduled on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the Elementary Library
    K-6th grade students participate in a weekly chapel service where they are challenged to grow in their faith and knowledge of Jesus Christ. Students worship, listen to a guest speaker, and enjoy a time of fellowship. IES Chapel Time: Fridays from 2:00-2:40 p.m.

    We believe in the importance of teaching our students the meaning of "Serve Beyond Self". Students and staff participate in various service projects throughout the year. An annual "Serve Day" gives Immanuel the opportunity to serve our neighbors and local community, while projects such as "Operation Christmas Child" spread the love of Jesus worldwide.
    Physical Education Class
    Elementary students have 3 pull-out sessions of PE each week with a PE teacher.
    Cross Country
    In the Fall, students in 3rd-5th grade have the opportunity to participate in cross country. The team competes at several local meets.
    In the Spring, students in 2nd-5th grade have the opportunity to participate in track. The team competes in the Reedley Rotary Meet and students can qualify to continue on through the Valley Championship Meet.
    6th Grade
    Our sixth grade students have the opportunity to try out for junior high sports teams.
    Students participate in 2 pull-out sessions of music per week with a music teacher. Music class is two-fold: students learn music fundamentals as well as performing arts. Elementary students prepare and perform two music programs per year and are also given the opportunity to participate in some high school musical productions.