Student Life

Marshmallow Roast. Model UN. New Orleans service trips. Varsity Field Hockey. Junior Retreat. Diversity Day. At Visitation, there are countless ways to learn and grow outside of the classroom. Through our comprehensive co-curricular program, students explore new interests and hone existing talents. They build leadership skills and find a voice. They forge friendships that will last a lifetime and deepen their faith.

By the Numbers

Visitation's co-curricular program presents students with innumerable possibilities. But if you'd rather see our program by the numbers, here is a taste of what we offer each year:

  • Centuries- and decades-old traditions
  • More than 50 clubs and activities
  • 22 athletic teams in 11 sports
  • 10-15 immersion trips
  • 10 local service projects and programs
  • 5 branches of student government
  • 4 award-winning performing arts groups
  • 4 spiritual retreats
  • 4 honor societies
  • 3 student-run publications
  • 2 theater productions

At Visitation, we strive to help young women learn to "Be who they are and be that well," in the words of our religious founder St. Francis de Sales. In high school, this means providing students with opportunities to discover more about themselves, their interests, and the world, and our many activities, traditions, and programs do just this.

Gold-White brings new people together and gets everyone involved. The atmosphere is energizing.