Golf Team

6-3-14: Congratulations to the boys Golf team who came in 2nd at Regionals and qualified for States. This is the first time in several years that the boys golf team will be competing at states. Brett Boes finished 3rd overall in the tournament. Good luck at States.

Baseball Regionals Info

Divine Child Baseball will compete in the Regional games on Saturday, June 7th in Chelsea.
DC will play Tecumseh HS at 12:30 pm in the Regional Semi-final. The Regional Final will take place approximately 30 minutes after the completion of the semi-final.

Directions to Field are as follows:
· I-94 West To Exit 162 (Fletcher/Old US 12)
· Turn Right Onto Old US 12 (Follow for about 2 miles)
· Go Past Freer Road (Traffic Light)
· Turn Right into Bus Yard and Fields are directly ahead
· This complex is where Pierce Lake Elementary was located. The school is now closed.

Congrats DC Varsity Cheer!

Congratulations to the Divine Child Varsity Cheer!  Over the weekend they competed at the Catholic League Championships and won for the 12th year in a row.  Great Job Girls.

Congrats Girls Track & Field!

The DCHS Girls Track and Field team placed 3rd in the Academic All State based on their combined average grade point average.

Warren Regina 3.985
Spring Lake High School 3.947
Dearborn Divine Child 3.896
Chippewa Hills 3.855
DeWitt High School 3.824
Belding High School 3.8
Eaton Rapids 3.765
Coopersville 3.7
Yale High School 3.6

Welcome Head Football Coach: John Filiatraut

The goal of the DCHS Athletic Department is to provide an atmosphere of exemplary Christian conduct and character. It is our desire to see these attributes carried out by our coaches, students and athletes. As part of that desire regarding our football program, we have sought a person to lead our team in attaining those standards. We are very confident that we have that person and he is prepared to work towards that goal. We are pleased to introduce Mr. John Filiatraut.

Coach Filiatraut’s profile includes:
-1987 Graduate of Divine Child High School
-Attended The University of Wisconsin, where he played Football
-Received Masters from Marygrove College
-Assistant Coach at DCHS from 1991-1996
-Taught at DCHS from 1993-96
-Head Football Coach at Livonia Churchill HS from 1997-2012
-Father of four children
-Parishioner at St. Michaels of Livonia