All are Welcome

All are Welcome

Just a few years ago, DIA Schools Collaborative’s sole activity was an annual conference for Catholic school leaders, teachers and campus ministers.

To provide stronger connections beyond the conference, DIA shifted to a membership association in the fall of 2020. Now, more schools are involved and with greater frequency.

Through memberships, DIA emboldens the network of like-minded Catholic educational collaborators to foster ideas, discuss challenges, and find support. The growth and strength of passionately Catholic schools will be a critical lever for the future of the American Catholic Church.

DIA provides a framework for dioceses, schools, and leaders to work towards achieving this faith-first vision for Catholic education. Learn more in this informative video.

DIA member schools provide their entire team of administrators, educators and campus ministers access to DIA products and services. Consider the wide range of membership benefits for schools or dioceses, explained here.


Please complete the form indicating your interest in joining DIA Schools Collaborative.

Strategic Partners

Key businesses providing goods and services to Catholic schools are considered for partnership with DIA Schools Collaborative.

These mutually beneficial arrangements strengthen relationships between schools and vendors as we further our respective missions to embolden the future of the Church.

Click each logo for a link to the partner's page:

  • Partner +

    • CLT
  • Ally+

  • Ally

  • Supporter

    • Catholic Virtual
    • Benedictine College
  • Booster

    • Mission Advancement Partners
  • Friends

    • Sophia Institute for Teachers
    • Focus

Become a Partner

How can we work together to help you “go deeper” in the faithfully Catholic school market?

Learn more about what it means to be a Strategic Partner with DIA or apply today!

DIA Fellows

Administrators, teachers and campus ministers who are deeply committed to bearing witness to their faith in their work for Catholic education and to strengthening the Catholic culture in their organization should apply to be a DIA Fellow.

DIA provides the structure and space for a year-long experience supporting and encouraging candidates to take their school or diocese to the next level, grow as a Catholic educator, and become a beacon of light for passionately Catholic education and the Catholic Church at-large.

Meet the 2023 DIA Fellows here!

Applications for 2025 Fellowships, the Fifth Cohort, will open in Fall, 2024. Consider how a Fellowship could enhance your school community! For inspiration, see past Fellows' project summaries.

Candidates who are deeply committed to bearing witness to their faith in their work for Catholic education and to strengthening the Catholic culture in their organization should apply.

The experience provides opportunities to:

  • Grow spiritually and professionally as a Catholic educator.
  • Engage directly with colleagues across the country who share a passion in strengthening the Catholic culture of their organizations.
  • Expand and cultivate your professional and personal network of Catholic educational leaders.
  • Learn and apply strategies for integrating and strengthening faith in different domains of your organization.
  • Demonstrate servant-leadership through sharing your time, talent, and treasure in service to Duc In Altum Schools Collaborative and its mission of revitalizing our Catholic schools in service to our Church.
  • Be inspired with the support of a mentor who assists you on your Fellowship project.

Fellows meet virtually once-a-month with their mentor and monthly with their cohort and the Fellowship facilitator. At the conclusion of the work, in October, they present results at the DIA Schools Summit.


The annual tuition for the DIA Fellowship is $1500.

Each Fellow also participates in an evangelizing-fundraising mission to raise $1000 for DIA.

Limited scholarships are available.

2025 Cohort applications will be available in the Fall, 2024.

For inspiration to apply, view past DIA Fellows' project summaries.

How will you affect change in your organization?