FiveThirtyEight blog on one screen, CNN on another, and 25 students deep in discussion about what it all means - this was election night at Visitation. AP Government teacher Daniel Petri invited students to this evening program to watch the results of the election come in over news networks.
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My favorite thing about Visi is the atmosphere that the teachers, students, and campus create. The teachers here care so much about the individual growth of each student and go out of their way to make each class fun and interesting. The students make me feel like I am part of one big family. Everyone is very welcoming and kind. Finally, the atmosphere that the campus creates makes this whole high-school experience so much better. Charlotte '20
As you walk into the Nolan Center, fog curls around your legs and ghoulish green lights illuminate the aisles. Decrepit paintings hung on the walls seem to peer back at you from out of the gloom. Shadows of branches creak and sway in the wind as you get settled for the first act. When the lights dim and the curtains swish open, an imposing manor house, which stands two floors tall, is revealed. The doors silently swing inward, inviting you into a world of deception and mystique. This is Rhodes Manor, a paranormal place seething with secrets—and you should hope that you find its ghost before it finds you.
On Sunday, November 5, the Varsity Field Hockey team defeated National Cathedral at the ISL tournament with a 1-0 victory. The team claimed the ISL AA tournament banner.
Theavy Din is one of Visitation’s newest faculty members, joining the Foreign Language department this fall as French teacher. Ms. Din was born and raised in Strasbourg, France. She received her B.A. in American History from the University of Strasbourg, then studied at Syracuse University where she received an M.A. in French and Francophone Literature and an M.A. in Linguistics. She taught at the graduate level at Syracuse University before moving to Washington, D.C. this summer, and she says Visitation already feels like home.
She's the first smile you see when you enter Founders Hall. Jermaine Dawson has been the receptionist at Visitation for 17 years, and she's greeted and mentored hundreds of students over that time.