House System

What is the House System?

Dominion’s upper school students participate in a form of student government known as the house system, modeled after similar systems in the United Kingdom. Each year, rising seventh grade students are matched into houses and remain in the same houses throughout upper school.

This unique student government system creates space for additional mentoring opportunities, inter-grade friendships, and a host of opportunities to reinforce unity and service within our student body. A designated faculty head and one male and one female student lead each house.

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The houses also take part in forming school culture.  Each house is assigned a set of responsibilities for events throughout the school year.  Houses also take part in regular house bonding activities.

House of Galileo at Dominion Christian School

House of Galileo

Galileo Galilei, 17th-century


House of Augustine at Dominion Christian School

House of Augustine

Augustine of Hippo, 4th century


House of Lewis at Dominion Christian School

House of Lewis

C.S. Lewis, 20th-century


House of Aquinas at Dominion Christian School

House of Aquinas

Thomas Aquinas, 13th- century


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