High School
High School Faculty
Computer Science Department

Megan Day, Computer Science Department

Megan Day
What is your favorite Immaculate Heart tradition?
All of the traditions at Immaculate Heart involve the creativity of our students and faculty. I am always blown away by the ideas they come up with to make our events memorable each and every year. In particular, I love the Christmas Program! It’s such a festive way to head off to winter break. Students come together by class and club to perform skits, dances and music with holiday flair. The faculty get in on the fun with their own production, which is always a hit with students.
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the words “The WALK”?
Doughnuts in section!
What do you love about the all-girls environment at Immaculate Heart?
I love that Immaculate Heart has developed a robust STEM curriculum. Getting young women involved in subjects like computer science is something I’m passionate about and our all-girls environment provides students many opportunities to explore these fields, where women are often underrepresented. As our upperclass students succeed and go on to major in these areas, they are role models for our younger students, giving them confidence that they can also excel in these areas.
What has been your favorite place to travel? Where would you like to travel next?
I love traveling and have had the opportunity to be a part of Immaculate Heart’s “Pandas Explore” program. I’ve traveled with students to Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic, and I look forward to leading more expeditions in the future.

Immaculate Heart High School & Middle School

5515 Franklin Avenue • Los Angeles, California 90028
phone: (323) 461-3651 • fax: (323) 462-0610
A Catholic, independent college preparatory school for girls in grades 6 through 12, Immaculate Heart has been located on a beautiful hillside property in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles since our founding by the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in 1906. We celebrate more than a century of nurturing the spiritual, intellectual, social and moral development of students as they distinguish themselves as women of great heart and right conscience.