“The Duc In Altum Schools Summit is an inspiring and energizing gathering of witnesses to Christ who serve Him in Catholic schools. The event provides a much-needed opportunity to share and encourage each other in this critically important work of the Church. I would recommend it to any Catholic educator who seeks an opportunity to grow in faith and in hope!”
Wed, Oct 20 – Fri, Oct 22, 2021
We hope to see you in Nashville, on the beautiful St. Cecilia Academy campus, for the 2021 Summit!
Now offering the Professional Development Success Pack. Using 2020 Summit’s presentations and discussions, your faculty and staff will benefit. All 2020 content available until June 30, 2021. Register now!
Who are the Speakers?
What is the Summit?
The sixth annual national conference for Catholic high school administrators, theology teachers, campus ministers, and board members was virtual in 2020! Content available for download until June 30, 2021, with our Group Pass.
The conference builds community among like-minded educators and shares best practices for building Catholic formation and identity on the secondary level.
Join us for the 7th annual conference at St. Cecilia Academy in Nashville, Tennessee, October, 2021.
How Can I Register?
Purchase the DIA Schools Summit PD Success Pack, here.
How Can I Become a Sponsor?
Sponsorship opportunities for the 2021 Summit will be announced soon.
About the Summit
The DIA Schools Collaborative is dedicated to promoting sound Catholic identity and commitment to a robust catechetical approach that meets young people where they are, and then sends them out with the tools necessary to tackle a challenging contemporary culture. For the past five years, the DIA Schools Summit has convened administrators, theology instructors and campus ministers to exchange exciting ideas and best practices for fostering a dynamic environment of evangelization that fosters authentic friendship with Jesus and a love for His Church in Catholic education institutions.
I wholeheartedly endorse this fresh endeavor within the Church for the cultivation of academic and spiritual excellence, combined with Magisterial fidelity. I hope to see this initiative expand and grow so that many more young people in our Catholic schools can reap the benefits of this effort to renew our Catholic Schools.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
The Most Reverend Andrew H Cozzens, STD, DD
Auxiliary Bishop of Saint Paul and Minneapolis
Catholic School Administrators, Teachers, and Campus Ministers from schools throughout the country are welcome to participate in this professional development experience. The purpose of the summit is to create a national network of collaboration and idea-sharing to further the fruitful formation of students as authentic disciples of Jesus Christ.
For just $500, all plenary presentations and workshop presentations and follow-up discussions are available for download until June 30, 2021. Plus, the conference program includes worksheets and reflections for each session. Your PD planning team receives four DIA mugs and Guadalupe Roastery coffee samples!
Consider the PD Success Pack, share the 2020 Conference content until June 30, 2021, with your staff and faculty, just $500! Register now!
DUC IN ALTUM SCHOOLS COLLABORATIVE
DIA Schools Collaborative seeks to share the collective wisdom and resources of its like-minded, faith-filled school members for the betterment of each institution, the growth and support of passionately Catholic education at-large, and the transformation of the culture of our society.
October 20-22, 2021
St. Cecilia Academy, Nashville TN
Wednesday, October 20, 2021
4:00 pm Opening Mass, General Session and dinner
Thursday, October 21, 2021
9:00 am General Session, followed by workshops, roundtable discussions and lunch
1:00 pm Workshops
2:00 pm Depart for off-site retreat and dinner
Friday, October 22, 2021
9:00 am General Session, workshops and lunch
1:00 pm Conference concludes
WHAT ATTENDEES HAVE SAID
“The DIA virtual conference was indeed a very fruitful experience.”
“This conference provides both clarity of our mission as Catholic schools and educators, and the resources and practices to fulfill that mission.”
“The Summit turned out to be a bright light in a dark year; a place where truth was celebrated, where the work to be done was approached fearlessly and where Christ was proclaimed boldly.”
“This Conference offers legitimate ideas to make your ministry/classroom/school better and at the same time provides ways to make your own soul and mind as an educator, better.”