We are defenders of all that is sacred and true. We value our faith, our academics, and our commitment to one another in service and community. We strive to be courageous in our efforts and humble in our accomplishments. We honor history for it informs us, but embrace the present to prepare for the future. We have a legacy to uphold and a path to forge.
Passing on our Catholic faith, seeking Christ in our daily lives, and helping students fulfill their God-given potential are all reasons St. Dominic Catholic School received the Exemplary Recognition Award for Mission and Catholic Identity from the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic Schools.
Leading the way in academics, St. Dominic Catholic School strives toward humble excellence with student-focused instruction that creates a desire for learning, challenges the mind, and develops the talents of each child to his or her full potential.
Our school environment fosters moral decision-making, leadership, and respect for self and others through a variety of programs and activities that promote teamwork, allow for creative expression, and expand understanding of our relationship to one another, as brothers and sisters in Christ.
Knights for Christ
We value parents as the primary educators of our students and encourage their involvement in the education of their child. We invite you and your family to become a part of our family through volunteering in our school and actively engaging in the life of the parish. Jesus needed help to carry out his mission, and so do we.
St. Dominic Catholic School honors and gives thanks for the many people and groups that support our school—those who are defenders of the faith—faithful to God and neighbor, living a life in relationship with Jesus Christ, and doing all things for His greater glory.
The annual Strings Concert is an opportunity to hear the gifts of our students at the culmination of their...
Congratulations to all our St. Dominic Catholic School graduates. May you continue to journey through life...
We invite you and your family to become a part of our family through volunteering in our school and actively engaging in the life of the parish. Jesus needed help to carry out his mission, and so do we.
Every day, I begin my day in prayer. The routine is very simple but well-rehearsed. It is the same prayer I have had...
Did you ever wonder where the May Crowning tradition came from?
To recall a bit of Church history, monotheism, or...
In a recent homily, Bishop Haines said something quite thought provoking. He said that we are stewards of...
Activities are doubling for the kids enrolled at this year's Summer Fun Camp!
We are seeking an individual to join our school staff as a K5 Kindergarten Assistant. Under the direction of the...
For alum, Kaitlin Trokan '10, her multicultural family fed her interest in other countries and her desire to study...
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