Administrative Assistant to Principal Mary Kate Blaine, Jenny Minich ‘06 spends much of her time in the front office, but her favorite moments are when she gets to interact fellow Visi girls: students. Working at Visitation is full of memories for Jenny; just walking into a classroom can take her back to being 16 in the same room.
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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
The AP Government class watched a live taping of Sunday’s Meet the Press this weekend and had the chance to meet and ask host Chuck Todd questions
Three students - juniors Emma Horrigan, Bridget Newell, and Mae Schwab - presented research papers at the High School Principals Association (HSPA) conference at Catholic University this week. Research topics ranged from media integrity to organ trafficking.
The Visitation team took home first place in two of five categories at Foxcroft School’s annual Expedition K2M: The STEM Summit on Saturday, February 23. The “Mump Menders" team included seniors Mary Claire Kogler, Grace McCarthy, Caroline Magro, and Cecilia Zubler, coached by math teacher Barbara Elliott.
One of the highlights of Carolyn Fay's job is teaching both freshmen and seniors - meaning she has the opportunity to see them at both the beginning and end of their Visitation careers. She loves getting to see how the girls have grown and matured academically and personally: how a shy freshman becomes confident in the classroom, how a student who may have struggled in a skill has made progress, and how their personalities shift as they grow their sense of self.