Betty Boatwright ‘22, Louisa Cave ‘22, and Abigail Torres '22 were presented with Girl Scout Gold Awards this spring, having earned the highest honor in Girl Scouts.
Visit Us This Spring
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.
Please note that tours last approximately 1.5 hours.
Visit our Athletics page for all of our team's schedules and catch our Cubs in action!
We invite all interested transfer students to experience Visitation through a full-day visit from February through April. Our "Cub for a Day" program provides girls with an opportunity to explore our campus, meet teachers and students, and get a taste of our classes and activities.
Our academic day runs from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Visitors should arrive for check-in at 8:30 a.m. and report to Founders Hall. Interviews will take place during their Cub visit. Visitors should wear their school uniform, if applicable, or attire appropriate for church. No jeans, please. Students will need to bring their own lunch.
Interviews are informal and allow an Admissions Committee member to meet a prospective student, learn more about her academic and personal interests and achievements, and answer her questions about the school. A parent or guardian need not be present, as the interview is primarily an opportunity to meet with the student.
Cub for a Day registration is now open. If you have already begun the application process, please login to the Admissions Portal and click Schedule a Visit. Please note: any visitor who will be inside on campus for more than 15 minutes during the school day must be vaccinated. This includes our eighth-grade Cub for a Day visitors. Masks are required for everyone at all times in all Visitation buildings.
Junior Elizabeth Kolesar received first prize for her essay, "Young People and the Church," from the John Carroll Society Margaret Mary Missar High School Essay Competition; Hattie Leasure '23 received an honorable mention from the Society for her submission
The breadth and depth of Visitation’s artistic talent was on display Wednesday afternoon as Art Department Chair Kelli Smith presided over Visitation’s annual Art Show. Faculty, students, and families gathered to appreciate the beautiful works that witness to the skills and perspective students have honed in Ms. Smith’s classes.
On a gorgeous April afternoon in the embrace of the Quadrangle, under Mary’s gentle gaze, the Class of 2023 received their Visitation class rings, stepping forward into their new role as school leaders.
This winter Annie Eager ‘23, Isabel Len ‘23, Regan McGinley ‘23, and Gretchen O’Brien ‘23 dedicated countless hours to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) Students of the Year campaign, a seven-week fundraising challenge benefiting LLS’s mission of curing blood cancers.