Is improved catechesis and evangelization an objective in your school? Do you have the resources or impetus to make these changes? DIA Schools Collaborative can help! Duc In Altum (DIA) Schools Collaborative membership is a valuable resource for Catholic leaders seeking to transform Catholic school culture for the better.

DIA Memberships were recently introduced in response to DIA Schools Summit attendees’ requests to “go deeper” and continue to work with like-minded colleagues beyond our annual conference. We offer resources to build a community of faith – including students, alumni, parents, board members, donors – by inspiring formation of administrators, faculty, and staff.

All DIA member benefits are outlined here. Complete the inquiry form and we’ll be in touch about how your school or diocese can maximize the DIA Schools Collaborative membership benefits through the 2022-2023 school year.

The thread that ties DIA member schools and dioceses together is a desire to collaborate and join forces in strengthening the faith formation programming, campus ministry, and overall Catholic culture of their institution.

Demographics of 2021-2022 DIA Members:

43% Diocesan Schools; 47% Private Schools; 10% Diocesan Offices of Education

Where DIA members are located:

32% West/Southwest; 35% Midwest; 25% Southeast; 8% Northeast/MidAtlantic
16% preK or K-8; 3% preK or K-7; 30% preK or K-12; 7% 6-12; 44% 9-12
98% coed schools; 2% single gender schools
26% 0-299 enrolled; 48% 300-599 enrolled; 19% 600-999 enrolled; 7% 1,000+ enrolled

Apply Today!

Complete the inquiry form and we’ll be in touch about how your school or diocese can maximize the DIA Schools Collaborative membership benefits through the 2022-2023 school year.