Immaculate Conception CES

Welcome to Immaculate Conception CES! This is your home for everything related to walking/wheeling to school. Click the school on the map for more information! For help using the map, check out the ‘map instructions’ and ‘map legend’ located below the map.

Congratulations to Immaculate Conception on earning a Gold Healthy School Certification from OPHEA!

Immaculate Conception is an active school community – nearly 70% of students who don’t get the bus, walk to school daily. This means that in the morning and afternoon, you’ll see many families using the sidewalks, crosswalks, and paths in our neighbourhood to get to their destinations.

470 Kitty Murray Lane
Ancaster, ON   L9K 0C3
  Morning Bell: 9:15 am
  Afternoon Bell: 3:35 pm
Student Street View

Survey Results


Here's what's happening at Immaculate Conception CES

Current Activities:

  • Star student – ride your bike to school and earn a star student ticket!
  • Redeemer – Springbrook path: The possibility of maintaining an active transportation connection between Redeemer University and the Tiffany Hills neighbourhood is currently being explored.

Past Activities:

In October 2021, the school community participated in a survey to identify the main routes to school that will be designated as ‘Student Streets’. Click on the school to see the routes! They will appear in orange.

In spring 2022, Immaculate Conception became one of the first schools in Hamilton to have wayfinding signs to help students get to school. We think of these signs as ‘health infrastructure’, designed to help kids become the best versions of themselves by walking/biking to school. These signs were installed along Immaculate Conception’s Student Streets (click the school on the map to see the Student Streets). We’d like your feedback! What do you think of the placement? The height? The size? The message? Send us an email at

Also in spring 2022, the community participated in a survey to understand how the path connecting Redeemer University to Klein Circle is being used. This path is part of a Student Street, providing a convenient route to school for at least 32 families who attend Immaculate Conception. It will be removed when the ‘Fields of Springbrook’ development is complete. This is an important neighbourhood connection, and we are investigating the possibility of preserving it. See the survey results here.

Survey Infographic

Results based on 101 responses received between October 2020 and March 2021

Routes Map