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Our Mission

To provide young adults with a co-educational, Catholic, college-preparatory experience based on the teachings of Jesus. Our faith-driven school community fosters spirituality and creativity, and encourages intellectual, social, physical and artistic development. We commission our students to develop a heightened sense of social responsibility and respect for human dignity based on the values articulated by our sponsoring congregation, the Sinsinawa Dominicans:

Truth, Compassion, Justice, Community, Partnership.

Dominican at a Glance

13:1

Student-faculty ratio

18

Average Class Size

1:1

Laptop Program

98%

Graduates go on to 4-year universities

23

AP & Advanced Classes Offered

Calendar

September 2020

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  • Late Start
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  • No Classes – Teacher Professional Day
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  • Town Hall Meeting with Ebony Lewis
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  • Late Start
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  • Faculty In-Service - No Classes
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  • Senior Retreat
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  • Seniors Only - No Classes
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  • Late Start

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Introducing the 2020 Homecoming Court:
Eferin Burns
Aliana Butler
Ryan Patoka
Mary Mitchell
Miguel Lomeli
JC Haliburton
Juan Carlos Garcia
Maggie Boettinger
Ron (Jiggy) Kirk
Kate Poellmann
Sam Coffaro
Ellie Mazza
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In the first of our uKnighted Speaker Series, today Dominican virtually welcomed Pastor James West, Director of The Repairers of the Breach, Milwaukee's only homeless daytime center. Pastor West spoke with students about the work Repairers does for the homeless population in Milwaukee, helping them to over the stigma, predjuices and injustices they face, and what they can do to help.

Following Pastor West's talk, students engaged in reflective exercises on their own experiences with the people who are struggling through homelessness, and how they can help this population in need.

A big thank you to Pastor West for spending time with us today!
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Ebony Lewis, social justice and mental health advocate, and author of the book “Dear Black Boy: It’s OK to Cry” visited Dominican today to dialogue with our students about pursuing racial equality for the black community and the events of racial injustice in Kenosha. Ebony provided a safe space to talk with students individually, met with our Peace and Justice and Christian Life Callings classes this afternoon, and held a student community forum after school.

Ebony continues to be an incredible advocate and resource for Dominican as we navigate social justice issues and educating our students, faculty and staff. She hosted virtual forums for our alumni community and current students, is holding open conversations and diversity training for our faculty and staff all year, and will be available for students throughout the school year.

Ebony will also be hosting a second Diversity & Inclusion Town Hall meeting on Thursday, September 10 at 6:00 p.m. for our current families and students via Zoom. Topics discussed during this meeting will include plans Dominican has developed in regards to addressing social injustice, as well as a brainstorming session on ways to make Dominican more welcoming for all students and families.

Dominican will continue address the issues of social injustice with our student community and do all that we can to ensure our students feel safe, heard and empowered.
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News & Events

LUNCH OPTIONS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT DOMINICAN

Dominican will not be offering our customary hot lunch format for the fall semester. Instead, we are offering families the option to pre-order a cold lunch. Access to an online app is being developed by our food service vendor, Nicolet School District, and will be available starting in September. This app will allow you and […]

MR. RUSSELL HAS CLIMBING ARTICLE PUBLISHED

Our very own Mr. Trevor Russell, English teacher and coach of Dominican’s climbing team, had an article about the rise of Wisconsin’s High School Climbing League published in the Climbing Business Journal last week. The article has several mentions of Dominican’s climbing team and alumni. Check out the article here.

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