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Seven new clubs allow students to explore interests in science, helping others, art, comedy, and learning new skills.
On Mon. Sep. 26 Magda Pettey (mother of Veronika ’17) was the first speaker in the Women Who Make a Difference speaker series.
Fri., Sep. 30 at dusk 1301 K St. NW will turn pink to raise awareness about breast cancer thanks to our Think Pink Society and the Washington Post.
Religion teacher Lindsay Kelleher uses Big Fish to help Religion I students interpret Sacred Scripture.
Honors IV Spanish and AP Spanish students attended a performance of Cervantes: The Last Quixote at the GALA Hispanic Theatre in D.C.
Junior Megan Nayak was recently named the Washington Post’s Soccer Player of the Week.
On Fri., Sep. 16, members of the sophomore class gathered to learn more about each other and themselves at the class’s annual retreat and Sophomore Spectacular.
Caitlin Fennelly ’17 spent Sep. 11 engaged in service, volunteering at the Meal Pack Challenge.
On Mon., Sept. 12, students participated in a service activity as part of 9/11 day, a day of remembrance and service.
Visitation students are gearing up for another year of friendship building, teaching, and mentoring at Saturday School, a Visitation club.
Allison LeHanka ‘17 spent 10 days this summer in Ecuador as part of the Bertie Green Travel Award.
This summer, two recent Visitation graduates had the opportunity to volunteer at the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in Philadelphia, Penn.
Summer is often a time for students and teachers to recharge and relax, however many teachers use this time for their own coursework or professional development.
While many students enjoyed a summer filled with fun and relaxation, some students used the break from classes to pursue their passions through internships, volunteer opportunities, and summer programs.
When the halls are empty and students haven’t quite returned for fall sports, the teachers become the students.
Visitation students and faculty have fun on the first day of school singing and dancing in carpool karaoke. Watch the video now!
Students in leadership positions spent three days on campus learning how to be effective class leaders.
In addition to welcoming the 122 members of the Class of 2020, we welcome a host of new faculty and staff members to campus this fall.
Along with millions of other youths from around the world, 23 Visitation students attended World Youth Day (WYD) to celebrate and grow in their faith.
Students spent ten days traveling through Costa Rica working on service projects and growing their leadership skills.
Students spent a month inventing and creating at TechShop.
Flo Martinez ’16 recently completed an Army sponsored week-long GEMS internship (Gains in Engineering, Math, and Science) held at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in Silver Spring, Md.
Visitation students improved their Spanish speaking skills during a two-week trip throughout Spain.
Students, parents, and faculty embarked on a 10-day chorale pilgrimage throughout Italy.
Congratulations to six lacrosse players selected to compete in this year’s Under Armour All-America games, taking place June 30 - July 3.
Four Visitation students deepened their faith and improved leadership skills at aweeklong Salesian Leadership Camp in Brooklyn, Mich.
In a private ceremony on May 31, Sister Sylvie Guerron received the habit, one of the first steps toward becoming a Sister.
The Washington Post awarded five Visitation students spring All-Met honors.
At Visitation’s 217th Commencement, the 117 young women of the Class of 2016 received their diplomas under the tent on McNabb Field on Tue., June 7.
Academic Awards Night on June 3 celebrated a school year characterized by high achievement, many athletic and fine arts successes, and incredible student leadership.
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Founded in 1799 in Washington, D.C., Georgetown Visitation is a college preparatory school for girls in grades 9-12. We are rooted in the Roman Catholic faith and Salesian tradition, and are committed to educating young women from diverse backgrounds.