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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

April 2021

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  • Holy Thursday Prayer Service
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  • Good Friday - No Classes
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  • Late Start
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  • *Regular School Day
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  • Late Start
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  • Auction Set Up Day
  • Faculty In-Service - No Classes
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  • Late Start
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The Lord called our sweet Sr. Peggy Brennan home on April 5, 2021. Sr. Peggy joined our Dominican High School community in 1986 and served as a Religion teacher, mentor, role model and leader for 24 years. After retiring in 2010, she continued to volunteer in our school library until 2017. The following summer, she moved to the Sinsinawa Mound. Sr. Peggy entered the congregation in 1956 and was in her 63rd year of profession as a Sinsinawa Dominican. We celebrate her beautiful life and are grateful for they many ways she brought love and happiness to our Dominican family.

Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
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He is risen! Alleluia!
Wishing you a blessed Easter from our Dominican family.
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Today our AP Statistics class tried to determine whether or not the color distributions for 5 different varieties of M&M’s (peanut, peanut butter, crispy, caramel, and fudge brownie) are the same! The results of our Chi^2 test for homogeneity confirm that they are! ...

Our Kairos Retreat begins today! Please join us in praying for our juniors and their senior and adult leaders.

Kairos will look a little different this year as the entire junior class will participate together and the retreat will take place at Dominican. Juniors and the leaders will participate in the retreat Thursday through Saturday, but will not stay overnight. We are so grateful to be able to provide this momentous retreat for our juniors!

Kairos senior leaders: Beatrice Breitrick, Isaiah Martin, Ellie Mazza, Alexa Mercado, Ryan Patoka, Aidan Phillips, Mason Sammarco, Natalie Tapia Rojas, Imani Walton, Cevon Welter
#Dominican #Kairos #LiveTheFourth
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We welcomed Fr. John Gibson, Associate Pastor of St. Mary's Visitation Parish in Elm Grove, today as a guest speaker as a part of "The Gift of Sunday" lenten mission commissioned by Archbishop Listecki. Fr. Gibson focused on the Archbishop's theological reflection which centered on the need to return reverence, rest, and sacredness to our Sundays each week.

Following Fr. John's presentation, students were led through a reflection exercise challenging them to consider how they use their time across an entire weekend.
#archdioceseofmilwaukee #thegiftofsunday
#lentenmission
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