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Award-winning poet and human rights activist Carolyn Forché will be the featured guest at the annual Rosemary Hannan Mother-Daughter Author Talk on Thurs., May 1. Mothers and daughters are invited to hear Carolyn discuss poetry and the lasting effects of art.
Head of School Dan Kerns is pleased to announce that in June, Visitation will break ground to install a professionally designed and landscaped, all-weather, artificial turf surface on McNabb Field. It will be ready for play by fall 2014.
Join the Performing Arts Department for a recital featuring dance and instrumentals from the Dance Ensemble, Irish Dance Club, and Orchestra. There is a reception at 6 p.m. with the performance following at 6:30 p.m.
TenniStar and SportStar will offer one-week summer sports camps at Visitation starting on June 9. Tennis, soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, and all sports camps are available for boys and girls ages 5-17.
“The Washington Post” honored four Visitation winter athletes (two basketball, two track) with All-Met honorable mentions.
The Visitation community culminates its Lenten journey with a Holy Week Prayer Service, a Lenten Food Drive, and reflection as we prepare for the joy and celebration of Easter.
Visitation’s five spring sports—crew, lacrosse, softball, spring tennis, and track and field—are all off to a good start. Here’s how they’re doing.
The Visitation Masqueraders performed their spring musical, Rodgers and Hart’s “Babes in Arms,” April 4-6. It is the vaudeville story of teenagers determined to produce their own show and the comedic, romantic, and financial hurdles they must jump to achieve their goal. Photos of the show now online!
Three out of three Visitation participants were honored at the D.C. STEM Fair, while 16 students strengthened their skills in The Maryland Math League contest.
The Alumnae and Counseling Offices invited Visitation graduates in a wide range of careers back to campus to give juniors an idea of life after high school. Alumnae discussed college, their careers, Visitation’s impact, and bumps along the way.
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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.