Welcome to Divine Savior Catholic School, home of the Knights! Divine Savior is a K through 8th grade school that also offers three and four year old preschool programs. Divine Savior was formed in 2007 as a result of the unification of Holy Rosary and Saints Peter & Paul Catholic schools.
Combined Holy Rosary and Saints Peter and Paul have a rich 160-year tradition of providing an outstanding Catholic faith based quality education in the New Holstein and Kiel area. Divine Savior is a member school of the Green Bay Diocese and is supported by the parishes of Holy Rosary, New Holstein, Saints Peter and Paul, Kiel, and St. Ann, St. Anna.
Mission Statement: The mission of Divine Savior Catholic Elementary School is to provide a quality catholic and academic education that fosters a life-long commitment to living the Word of God.
Profile Description: Three and four year old preschool through 8th grade hosted in Kiel at 423 Fremont Street.
Class Size: Average size class K-8 of 6 students
Student to Teacher Ratio: 9:1
Enrollment: 54 students (K-8), 24 students (preschool)
Faculty: 6 Full-time, 6 Part-time
Accreditation: Candidate School for Accreditation through Wisconsin Religious and Independent Schools Association (WRISA)
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