Fine Arts Department Chair Kelli Smith and history teacher Daniel Petri were nominated by their peers as Visitation's 2019-2020 Teachers of the Year.
Visit Us This Fall
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.
Join us on October 19, 2019 for our Open House from 1 - 4 p.m. Whether you have an half-hour or the whole afternoon, you'll get the information you and your family need. RSVP here.
Student & Parent Information Night
On October 29, we invite students and parents to join us for a panel and Q&A at 6 p.m. Students will have an opportunity to meet Visitation students, ask questions, and meet with the Admissions team; parents will have the opportunity to hear from a panel of school administrators and participate in a Q&A. RSVP here.
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.
Transfer students may be a Cub for a Day February through April. Please call the Admissions Office after January 24 to schedule.
Get a taste of school life outside the classroom by attending any of these school events:
Visitation Board Member Maury Devine received the National Catholic Education Association's Elizabeth Ann Seton Award this week at their NCEA gala.
“I believe strongly that Catholic education gives you a liberal education from a very young age. You’re also taught to think of others beyond yourself, to walk in their shoes, to share your journey,” [Maury] said in a honoree video shown at the gala.
On Saturday, October 5, Washington Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory joined the Visitation community to celebrate Mass and dedicate Visitation's newest spaces up the hill - the Saints Connector and Berchmans Hall.
Our sophomores participated in a day of exploration of D.C. neighborhoods, visiting locations like H Street Corridor, Brookland, and U Street Corridor, to learn about the history of each neighborhood.
Last Friday, AP Environmental Science (APES) classes, led by longtime science faculty Eileen Perkins, traveled to the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center.