Open House


What will we learn at Open House?

Meet DSHA faculty and staff and learn about the benefits of the all-girls experience. Other areas of focus will include:

Scholarships & Financial AidDSHA’s commitment to merit and need-based scholarships to make the DSHA experience accessible to all prospective families. 

Whole-Person Education | DSHA’s innovative approach to whole-person education, including the Applied Wellness program, cares for all aspects of the student: intellectual, spiritual, physical, and mental/social/emotional. 

College-Prep Academics |
DSHA teachers are trained in how girls learn best, which promotes students’ confidence and achievement as they pursue a rigorous college-preparatory curriculum across 11 departments.

Faith Formation | Rooted in a strong Catholic foundation, DSHA's thriving Campus Ministry offers retreats, prayer & worship, and service opportunities to support the ongoing faith formation of each girl.

Student Services & Wellness Department | This department is specifically and uniquely staffed to meet the needs of students with one of the lowest counselor to student ratios in the state. Student Services serves the mental/social/emotional, academic planning, and college and career planning needs of students and their families.

Dasher Athletics | With fifteen sports, DSHA offers the largest number of athletic offerings for girls in the state of Wisconsin. Coaching staffs focus on the development of each athlete in the following areas: academic success, athletic excellence, teamwork, leadership, service, and sportsmanship. 

Fine Arts | DSHA offers opportunities for all levels of experience in theatre, instrumental and vocal performance, and visual arts. 

Co-Curriculars | This integral part of the DSHA experience has something for everyone with participation opportunities built into the school day. 

5-7th gr. families: save the date for our spring Open House!

Sunday, May 1.

Why all girls? It's all in the data!

  • 93% of girls-school grads say they were offered greater leadership opportunities than peers at co-ed school, and 80% of grads have help leadership positions since graduating from high school.1
  • All-girls’ school students have higher aspirations and greater motivation than their female peers at co-ed independent and public schools.1
  • All-girls' school grads are 6 times more likely to consider majoring in math, science, and technology compared to girls who attend co-ed schools.2

1Dr. Richard A. Holmgren, Allegheny College, Steeped in Learning: The Student Experience at All-Girls Schools
2Goodman Research Group, The Girls' School Experience: A survey of Young Alumnae of Single-Sex Schools


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