Guided by the Cabanatuan Catholic Educational Systems (CACES) under the Diocese of Cabanatuan and the institution’s vision and mission towards Christ-centeredness, Resiliency, Innovativeness, Stewardship, Excellence, and Integrity, the Basic Education Department of the College of the Immaculate Conception, Cabanatuan City is faithful to its mission of providing quality Catholic education through its relevant, value-laden and learner-centered programs and services.
The CIC Preschool Program is an early childhood and development program that aims for the holistic development of a child’s social, emotional, cognitive, and physical aspect. It encourages a balance of child-initiated and teacher-facilitated activities offering children a variety of choices provided within a carefully prepared setting.
The CIC Grade School program is implemented in accordance with the K to 12 Curriculum in all levels consistent with the Department of Education's (DepEd) mandate to protect and promote the right of every child to quality, equitable and complete basic education. It provides a learner-centered educational programs that challenge all students to perform at their highest potential. As a Catholic school, the Grade School curriculum is imbued with Gospel values and social teachings of the Church. Curriculum review is conducted annually to reflect current education practices and pedagogy.
The Junior High School offers an enriched version of the junior high school curriculum rolled out by the Philippine Department of Education. This curriculum comprises grades 7–10 of the Philippine K-12 basic education system and embarks on delivering quality Catholic education aligned with the school's philosophy, vision, and mission. It covers the essential requirements for education in the new normal alongside educational objectives and programs for the holistic development of the learners.
The Senior High School Department is dedicated to the facilitation of integral human formation of our learners responsive to the needs of the present day situation. The curriculum stretches over two academic years, composed of two semesters of the K to 12 Basic Education Program, which gives the 21st century learners the essential skills such as critical and creative thinking, problem solving, communication and collaboration, enabling the learners to succeed in today’s world.