At Immanuel High School, our goal is to equip students to serve God and neighbor with mind, body and soul, based on a Christ-centered foundation.

Our faculty and staff are dedicated to building an environment that pursues excellence in academics, the arts, athletics, and, most importantly, their relationship with Jesus Christ.

We are committed to motivating and encouraging students to become lifelong learners, critical thinkers, and effective communicators.

At Immanuel, our desire is to provide students with challenging opportunities that help shape, mold, and develop their lives for beyond high school and ultimately glorify Him in all ways.

Our theme for this year, For His Glory , comes from 1 Corinthians 10:31, "So, whatever you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God."

We live in a world that constantly promotes a self-centered attitude, but we recognize that through Jesus our true fulfillment is in serving and pursuing Him with our whole life.

We are incredibly blessed with a unique and dynamic community made up of families and students from throughout the central valley.

We invite you to experience what God is doing at Immanuel through visiting us at chapel or taking a campus tour.

We are confident that you will quickly recognize the friendly, vibrant atmosphere that exists on our campus because of Christ.

Phil Goertzen

Go Eagles!!

Average Class Size: 21 students
Rigorous Academics
Daily Classroom Devotions & Biblical Foundation
Technology Integration
Physical Education: 3 times a week
Music: 2 times a week
After School Sports: Cross Country & Track
After School Clubs: Theatre & Chess

IES Chapel Time: Fridays from 2:00 pm -2:40 pm

The Immanuel chapel experience is truly a highlight and central focus of attending Immanuel. Twice weekly, students in grades 7-12 join together for a time of worship and teaching that serves as a catalyst for their spiritual development. The Worship Fundamentals class helps create an environment in which students are free to worship through song in both energetic and introspective manners. The chapel band is comprised of students with a heart for worship who strive to lead the student body closer to the heart of Christ through current, modern praise and worship songs. Our outstanding chapel speakers, selected from area churches and Christian organizations, teach from the Word of God in practical and meaningful ways, challenging the students to grow in their faith. Monthly all-music chapels are held, with an opportunity for students to participate in communion and a time for worship, praise, introspection and prayer. Each year, the students experience two Spiritual Emphasis weeks, in the fall and spring, in which extra time is set aside to hone in on God’s Word and applications of His teachings. Students are further encouraged in their Life Groups, which meet bi-weekly and participate in Christian service projects in the community.

“Shout to the Lord, all the earth; break out in praise and sing for Joy!” Psalm 98:4

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.
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.
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.
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: cross country, football, volleyball, basketball, soccer, baseball, softball, track.