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

Who We Are

DSHA Community

With 694 young women representing over 125 grade schools, 100 dedicated faculty and staff members, and an alumnae base of over 15,000 graduates, the DSHA community is dynamic, vibrant, and evolving, rooted in faith and committed to excellence. Click here to learn more about how we intentionally seek to foster a diverse and inclusive community.


The spirit of the community among DSHA students is one of warmth and support, and can only truly be known through experience. Whether students are cheering on the faculty band together in a surprise assembly, or rooting for each other during shared activities and experiences, the community of sisterhood is one that lives well past the brick and mortar of DSHA, and certainly beyond graduation.

Faculty and Staff (TSC)

Over 100 faculty and staff serve in the TSC  the Total School Community. This group is devoted to serving community over self, living out the DSHA mission to give students the best high school experience for girls in the city of Milwaukee — and beyond. Whether guiding Dashers in student-driven Campus Ministry, using expertise to teach a math class, coaching the volleyball team, or ensuring the school is a clean, inviting environment for learning, this dynamic group of individuals works hard, celebrates well, and considers each role in the TSC vital to the mission of DSHA.

Sisters of the Divine Savior

Inspired by a passion to serve others and make known the goodness and kindness of Jesus, the Sisters of the Divine Savior are active in a number of sponsored and collaborative ministries, both in the United States and around the world. Their ministries use all ways and means to respond to the needs of people, and include a presence in education, health care, religious formation, pastoral care, social work, peace and justice initiatives, and the arts. The DSHA mission is rooted in theirs, and the Sisters of the Divine Savior are a vital and welcoming presence on our campus.


Celebrating 126 years of all girls’ education, DSHA has a rich history of alumnae – over 15,000 – who are committed and connected to the current mission of the school. Whether serving on the Alumnae Board or attending school events, this population, rooted in sisterhood, is a vital and active part of growing our community into its intended vision.

Board of Directors

The DSHA Board of Directors is an able and active group composed of alumnae, Sisters of the Divine Savior, parents, community executives, and professionals. They serve to guide the school through the creation and implementation of intentional strategic plans, committed to both preserving legacy and fostering vision.


Devoted and enthusiastic, DSHA parents are involved in multiple aspects of school life. They can be found serving on the highly successful annual auction committee or a parent association, attending the annual Father Daughter dance, or representing the school to prospective families.

Divine Savior Holy Angels High School

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