Maia '23 was surprised by GW with an acceptance letter and a Trachtenberg Scholarship during class last week!
The freshman class headed to the National Gallery of Art last Friday, a complementary experience to their Introduction to Art History class with Fine Arts Department Chair Kelli Smith.
The Cubs - with a shoutout to Princeton commit Fadima '22 - were ranked #3 at the end of the season.
On Thursday, March 2, eight young women traded their green kilts for power suits and headed to DC Superior Court to present their arguments before Honorable Robert Okun as part of a mock court program.
Désirée Bayonet, Director of Educational Technology, was featured in the Georgetowner for Women's History Month as a woman in STEAM.
Duke-bound senior Kaeden Koons-Perdikis was named a Bethesda Magazine Extraordinary Teen in their March-April edition.
Varsity basketball beat Sidwell at the ISL tournament this weekend, earning the banner and a historic win against one of the country's top-ranked girls' teams.
Before coming to Visitation, President Dr. Barbara McGraw Edmondson was the first lay woman to serve as superintendent of Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. She is named a "Pathfinder" by Catholic Review in its Baltimore edition.
Georgetown Visitation's Black Women's Society, celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, hosted students and faculty for their annual Black History Month assembly in Nolan Center on February 23.
The Ice Cubs enjoyed an undefeated season and capped it off with their first MAGHL title, as described in the Washington Post.
On Wednesday, February 15, a panel of four alums in environmental work shared how they "care for our common home" and put the wisdom of Laudato Si' into action each day.
Sophomore Vivian Kelly was named the 2022-2023 Gatorade Cross Country Player of the Year for the District of Columbia. According a press release from Gatorade, the award recognizes not only athletic excellence but also academic achievement and "exemplary character."
Assistant Athletic Director, trainer, and teacher Amy Devere, who has worked at Visitation for more than two decades, was honored as the second annual Dan Kerns Salesian Leadership awardee. The award, named for former Head of School Dan Kerns, is presented annually to one faculty and/or staff member who has demonstrated their dedication to upholding Salesian values and virtues within the school community.
U.S. History teacher Dr. Derrick Angermeier took his students on a walking trip to the former site of the Wormley School to see how the period of Reconstruction after the Civil War affected the neighborhood of Georgetown.
Leading up to the March for Life in Washington, the Visi4Life club held a rosary for the unborn, ran a diaper drive to help mothers in need, and hosted several speakers from Stanton International, which offers life-affirming healthcare for women.
On Monday this week, students in Eric Chalfin's calculus classes and Daniel Petri's AP Government class met together to talk about an important topic: the mathematics of gerrymandering.
Through the first half of the season, Georgetown Visitation remains unbeaten as the team makes progress toward its goal of returning to — and this time winning — the Mid-Atlantic Girls Hockey League championship. The Cubs’ skills were on full display last week, when they defeated Archbishop Spalding, 9-1.
The Georgetown Visitation Girls Ice Hockey team has been itching for the chance to return to the Mid-Atlantic Girls Hockey League championship. Last year, the Cubs failed to win the championship, this season, Captain Mary Williams is leading the charge for the area's top-ranked team.
Pope Francis published an apostolic letter on December 28 marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Visitation Order co-founder, St. Francis de Sales, titled "Everything Pertains to Love," which he believes summarizes the "spiritual legacy" of de Sales.
Yale graduate and former Division I ice hockey player - and one of Yale's best female ice hockey goalies in its history - Gianna Meloni '17 spoke to students and fathers attending the school's annual Father-Daughter Mass & Brunch, hosted by the Visitation Fathers Club on December 4. Now in graduate school and an author of a children's book about mental health, Gianna reflected on her experiences at Visitation and how they have influenced her today.