There are countless ways to learn and grow outside of the classroom. Through our comprehensive co-curricular program, students explore new interests and hone existing talents. They cultivate leadership skills, build lifelong friendships, grow their faith, and make their mark on decades- or even centuries-old traditions.We strive to help young women learn to "Be who they are and be that well," in the words of our religious co-founder, St. Francis de Sales. In high school, this means providing students with opportunities to discover more about themselves, their interests, and the world, and our many activities, traditions, and programs do just this.
immersion trips per year
branches of student government
Over 50 student-led clubs provide opportunities for girls to explore interests and build leadership skills.
The vibrant Visitation spirit is palpable all around campus, especially through our many traditions.
The Cubs have brought home the Lewis Cup for best athletics in the ISL league 9 years in row.
Our Campus Ministry and Christian Service programs help students deepen their faith and put it into action.
Students explore their passions and develop new skills through music, theater, tech crew, and visual arts.
Our Summer Enrichment classes introduce incoming freshmen to our campus, their classmates, and new subjects.
Our full-time School Nurse provides professional nursing care to our students and promotes a safe and healthy environment that contributes to academic success. Her door is always open to assist with medication, support a student who takes ill, or answer girls' questions. In our Parent Portal for current families, she provides resources on common teenage ailments.
Heidi Greenhalgh, School Nurse
202.337.3350, ext. 2221