School closed today, 1/23/19, due to snow event.

Dear DSHA Community,
This message is to inform you that school is closed today due to the current snow event that is impacting road conditions throughout the metro Milwaukee area.
The following information pertains to our seniors participating in Vocare.
Vocare Snow Policy
Students are not required to report for Vocare if DSHA is closed due to severe weather. They are, however, required to contact their site to inform them of the snow day. They do not need to make up these hours. If a student’s Vocare site is officially closed due to severe weather, they are not to report to their site and will not need to make up those hours. If DSHA is open and the Vocare site is open, students are required to serve at their site.
 We look forward to seeing everyone back at school tomorrow!
Dan Quesnell

Faith Formation

Rooted in Salvatorian service and sponsored by the Sisters of the Divine Savior, a DSHA education offers multiple opportunities for a student to grow as a spiritual individual and as a young woman leader in the Church – from retreats and worship, to service and study of theology. The hope is that each girl will grow into a globally aware citizen, living her faith and using her talents to advocate for justice and the needs of others.

The eight semesters of theology nurture spirituality through knowledge of faith, while daily prayer and all-school liturgies allow for growth in community. Campus Ministry is based on a model of relational ministry, and is largely student-driven with over 240 leadership positions, allowing for meaningful personal development and multiple opportunities for active expression of faith. Grounded in scripture and based on a model of peer ministry, retreats provide a safe, productive place for students to explore and ignite their faith through shared experiences.

Service is at the heart of faith life at DSHA. With over 22,000 hours of student service occurring throughout a school year, students do not just learn about their faith, they live it — by being the hands and feet of Christ in the world. Rooted in the goodness and kindness of Jesus Christ, students live out the Gospel call to advocate for the poor and vulnerable populations of the world. All seniors participate in Vocare, a two-week service immersion program as a capstone to her four years of service at the school.
DSHA is the only high school to have earned Exemplary Recognition in the area of Catholic Identity by the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.

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