The Little Virtue of generosity was on full display this week as Visitation hosted its first-ever 24-hour giving day, Give2Visi, to kick off support of the Visitation Annual Fund.
The best way to get to know us is to visit our campus—and we'd love to get to know you better, too! There are lots of opportunities to explore our beautiful, welcoming campus in the heart of Georgetown.
CUB FOR A DAY
Learn some French or slingshot balloons to learn about velocity—there's no telling what you might do when you attend classes with a current freshman. As a "Cub for a Day," the only guarantees are fun and excitement!
At the end of the day, students will interview with an admissions officer.
Registration opens late August each year. Discover more about being a Cub for a Day!
Get a taste of school life outside the classroom by attending any of these school events:
- Our Athletics
- Our Spirituality: Community Masses
- Our Traditions: Gold-White
- Our Arts: Fall Play
- Our Community: Esprit de Noel Christmas Market
Celebrated by an Oblate of St. Francis de Sales
Every third Sunday of the month at 10 a.m.
September 16, October 21, November 18, January 20, February 17, March 17, April 28, May 19
A rainy morning and thunderous evening did nothing to dampen the spirits of our students and faculty on Founders Day. An annual event, Founders Day features opportunities for students to learn about Visitation's Salesian charism and deepen their understanding of the school's history and heritage.
Senior Cecilia Zubler has been named a Semifinalist in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Competition, placing her in the top one percent of the 1.6 million students who took the PSAT. Seven of her classmates placed in the top three percent, earning recognition as National Merit Commended Students.
Honors IV and AP Spanish students took a trip to GALA Hispanic Theater to see "Como agua para Chocolate" ("Like Water for Chocolate") - last week; the play, an adaptation of the novel by Laura Esquivel, was presented in Spanish with English subtitles. Set during the Mexican Revolution, the play tells the story of a young girl, constrained by family traditions, who yearns to break free.
Each October, the Think Pink club - led by longtime moderator and Dean of Students Eve Grimaldi - kicks off a month of activities in support of breast cancer awareness.