From left: Michael Cottle of Moss Construction, Michael Kadow of Somerville Architects, Superintendent Carlos Leyrer of Divine Savior Academy, Senior Pastor Carl Leyrer of DSA, Head of Schools Ben Troge of DSA, Elementary & Middle School Principal Tim Biesterfeld of DSA, and DSA Executive Board Member Luis Herrera inaugurate the school's largest expansion with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the entrance of its new high school facility.
From left: Michael Cottle of Moss Construction, Michael Kadow of Somerville Architects, Superintendent Carlos Leyrer of Divine Savior Academy, Senior Pastor Carl Leyrer of DSA, Head of Schools Ben Troge of DSA, Elementary & Middle School Principal Tim Biesterfeld of DSA, and DSA Executive Board Member Luis Herrera inaugurate the school's largest expansion with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the entrance of its new high school facility. Stephanny Martinez Divine Savior Academy
From left: Michael Cottle of Moss Construction, Michael Kadow of Somerville Architects, Superintendent Carlos Leyrer of Divine Savior Academy, Senior Pastor Carl Leyrer of DSA, Head of Schools Ben Troge of DSA, Elementary & Middle School Principal Tim Biesterfeld of DSA, and DSA Executive Board Member Luis Herrera inaugurate the school's largest expansion with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the entrance of its new high school facility. Stephanny Martinez Divine Savior Academy

Divine Savior Academy in Doral completes $20 million, 88,000-square-foot expansion

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