The Diocese of Venice

18 Catholic Schools

10 Elementary Schools
4 Stand Alone Preschools
1 Special Education Program
3 Secondary Schools

18 Catholic Schools

10 Elementary Schools
3 High Schools
1 PRE-K-12
1 SPECIAL NEEDS
2 STAND ALONE PRE-K
(under Catholic Charities)
1 Private Catholic K – 8

16.9% of students grades Pre-K to 12 attending DoV schools did so on a school choice scholarship.

    Under the leadership of Bishop Frank Dewane and Superintendent Kristy Swol, the Diocese of Venice serves 4,590 students at 21 schools

    Bishop Dewane

    Bishop Dewane was born in Green Bay on March 9, 1950. After high school Bishop Dewane attended the University of Wisconsin where he earned a degree in Social Sciences. He then earned a Master’s Degree in International Administration from The American University in Washington, D.C. Prior to entering the seminary, he worked for the National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) in Moscow, Russia, and then for a subsidiary of PepsiCo in New York City. Bishop Dewane began his studies for the priesthood at Notre Dame University., where he completed one year of philosophy. He then studied theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. While in Rome, he also completed advanced studies in canon law at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas. On July 16, 1988, Bishop Dewane was ordained to the priesthood and appointed to the Diocese of Green Bay as assistant pastor. Bishop Dewane was appointed by Pope Benedict XVI in 2006 as the second Bishop of the Diocese of Venice. He currently serves on the Pontifical Council “Cor Unum,” the USCCB National Catholic Rural Life Committee, the USCCB Committee on International Justice and Peace.

    Kristy Swol

    Coming Soon.

    The Diocese of Venice has two Morning Star Schools for students with exceptionalities