Divine Savior Holy Angels High School is a Catholic college-preparatory high school for young women that excels at developing the whole person. Sponsored by the Sisters of the Divine Savior and grounded in their mission to make known the goodness and kindness of Jesus Christ, we develop our students into capable young women of faith, heart and intellect who accept the gospel call to live lives that will make a difference.
THE DSHA VISION:
DSHA will be #1: recognized as the premier choice for a girl seeking to grow into her full potential as a woman of faith, heart and intellect.
QUALITIES OF A DSHA GRADUATE:
She is a woman of faith. She is a self-advocate. She is a critical thinker. She is a communicator. She is a leader.
As a Catholic, College-Prep, All-Girls high school in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Divine Savior Holy Angels is committed to the following values guided by our Catholic faith and faithfully expressed through the vision and ministry of our sponsoring order, the Sisters of the Divine Savior. Divine Savior Holy Angels High School (DSHA) implements our Core Values by:
Fidelity to our Catholic mission:
Faithful commitment to the teachings of the Catholic Church to guide how we live out our Catholic mission.
Singularly focused instruction and programming related to how girls learn, grow, connect, and develop as critical thinkers, leaders, communicators, self-advocates, and women of faith, distinguishing themselves in college and beyond.
Living out the vision and values of the Sisters of the Divine Savior by intentionally educating every young woman to embrace and respect differences in backgrounds and perspectives, to make the world a better place for all.
And, in integration of our Core Values, DSHA:
Makes known the goodness and kindness of Jesus, the Savior, and inspires our young women and staff to reflect His goodness and kindness in all whom we encounter.
Teaches and models the intersection of faith, culture, and social action through Catholic Social Teaching and our vocation to love God and our neighbor as ourselves.