Reverend Father William Jenkins, Principal
Junior and Senior Religion
Father Jenkins is the Principal of Immaculate Conception Academy and the Pastor of Immaculate Conception Church. Father Jenkins studied at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome, Italy and holds a Licentiate in Theology. As Principal and Pastor, Father’s primary focus is the religious education of our students and their ultimate salvation. In addition to his duties as an administrator, he also teaches eleventh and twelfth grade Religion, and oversees the high school Pro-Life Club.
Reverend Father Joseph Greenwell, Student Chaplain
7th-10th Grade Religion, 9th-12th Grade Boys Choir
Father Greenwell studied at St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary in Ridgefield, Connecticut. He has served in the priesthood for 26 years and been with Immaculate Conception Academy for many of those years. In addition to his role as Student Chaplain, Father Greenwell teaches seventh through tenth grade Religion and high school Boys Choir, manages the church sacristy and altar servers, and runs the St. Thomas Aquinas Summer Camp.
Mr. Aaron R. Harrison, Academic Dean
High School English, Rhetoric, and History
Mr. Aaron Harrison, a 1998 alumnus of Immaculate Conception Academy, serves in both teaching and administrative capacities at Immaculate Conception Academy since 2007. Mr. Harrison teaches Literature, Logic and Rhetoric, and History to all high school students, along with an introductory Latin class. He studied philosophy for three years at Immaculate Heart Seminary in New York. After leaving the seminary, Mr. Harrison studied English literature, earning a Bachelor of Arts in English and completing graduate studies in English literature at Xavier University. Mr. Harrison has lectured and written on the literature of the Middle Ages, the works of G.K. Chesterton, and the poetry of T.S. Eliot. As leader of the Classical Curriculum Team, he helps to design, implement, and coordinate the curriculum at the Academy. He also serves as the faculty advisor and director of the Academy dramatic program, helping the students to present classical and original plays. Mr. Harrison and his family are parishioners at Immaculate Conception Church.