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CLASS OF 2023 summer enrichment classes offer a fun and engaging way for any student to prepare for her freshman year. Hands-on courses will introduce students to new fields, reinforce academic concepts, and provide practice on the iPad. Seasoned upperclassmen in the CLASSES OF 2020, 2021, and 2022 have the opportunity to learn new skills, explore their interests, and prepare for the fall.

Please choose your class year below to see what courses you can register for this summer!

Priority is given to incoming freshmen, so the Class of 2023 will have registration access through May 6. Registration opens on April 16. Parents will receive an email. Incoming freshmen enrolled in summer courses must attend a technology orientation on June 10 or June 14, and must fill out the form to purchase their iPad prior to May 6. Details and links are available under Technology Requirements on the Class of 2023 homepage.

For upperclasswomen, registration will open following May 6.

If you have questions, please contact Summer Enrichment Coordinator Eric Chalfin at eric.chalfin@ visi.org.

Registration

Class of 2023

English Enrichment

June 24 – July 19 9:45 – 11:45 *No class on July 4 or 5

Open to incoming freshmen, the English Enrichment course offers the opportunity to improve and hone skills necessary for English I. We will focus on reviewing and reinforcing basic grammar and writing skills through daily instruction and practice. We also will foster an increased understanding of the characteristics of fiction through the study of short stories. All work will be completed within the parameters of class time, so homework will not be assigned. Tuition: $500

Students enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or June 14. Please register to attend orientation and ensure your iPad order is in. 

Math Concepts and Skills

June 24 – July 19 8:00 – 9:30 *No class on July 4 or 5

Open to all incoming freshmen; priority to recommended students.

A strong base of conceptual understanding, together with good math skills, is essential to the successful high-school math experience. To that end, this class will be tailored to the individual ability of each student. Topics include: operations with fractions and integers, factors, exponents, roots, and ratio and proportion, presented in a setting of algebraic expressions and equations. Tuition: $500

Students enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Algebra I Part 2

June 24 – July 26 8:00 – 9:30 *No class on July 4 or 5

By invitation only, based on recommendations after placement testing on May 4.

Do not register for this course without being recommended by the Mathematics Department Chair, Mrs. Kathryn Krueger.

This course is for students who need to hone their Algebra I skills in order to advance to a higher-level math course. Upon successful completion of this course and teacher recommendation, a student may enroll in Accelerated Math I for her freshman year. Algebra I topics covered include: operations on polynomials, exponent rules, factoring, algebraic fractions, solving linear, quadratic, and rational equations, linear functions, and operations with radicals. Tuition: $500

Students enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Introduction to Theater Performance

June 17 - June 21 2:15 – 3:45

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

After a brief look at the history and development of western theater, we’ll dive into scene work, creatively and playfully exploring what makes a character come alive. Practicing being present in the moment and drawing from participants’ real-life thoughts, emotions, and experiences, we’ll actively engage in discovery of character objectives, obstacles, and relationships. By the end of the week, the participant will have access to vital tools with which to analyze and inhabit a character and understand the dynamics of a scene. Tuition: $125

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Creative Writing: Prose

June 24 – June 28 12:30 - 2 p.m.

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

Short story writer and novelist Flannery O'Connor once said that anyone who has survived his or her life to the age of fifteen has enough material to last a lifetime. The creative writing - prose class will give you the opportunity to use your writing skills for self-expression. We will take a look at all the things that interest and fascinate us, and spend the five days turning them into prose works of either fiction or non-fiction. The work you write will be something you can hold onto throughout your four years at Visitation, and look back on at the end to see what you were thinking when you came in, and how you have grown during your four years here.  Look forward to a fun, exciting, and creative five days together! Tuition: $125

Students enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Introduction to Linear Modeling

July 8 – 12 2:15 – 3:45

Priority will be given to the Class of 2023

Students will be introduced to the properties of linear functions and how linear functions can be used to model real-world situations. The focus will be on the two major goals of linear models: (1) the determination and estimation of relationships, and (2) using models to predict outcomes. Students will become familiar with the TI-84 graphing calculator as they analyze data sets. This class will be highly interactive with students working together not only to select data, but to analyze and predict outcomes. 

Students must have a TI-84 graphing calculator. Tuition: $125

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or June 14. Please register to attend and place your iPad order through Visitation. 

Problem Solving: Puzzles & Patterns

July 15 - July 19 12:30 - 2 p.m.

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

In this week-long course, students will learn strategies for critical thinking and problem solving through the use of puzzles and inquiry activities. We will learn to define a problem, identify alternatives for its solution, and implement a plan. While the class will not focus specifically on math and science problem solving, students will be better equipped for solving mathematical word problems upon finishing. There will be no homework (other than to continue thinking).  Tuition: $125

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Introduction to Painting

July 22 - July 26 12:30 - 2 p.m.

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

Students will explore the elements of art (color, light, line, composition) through the creative process. Participants will use acrylic paint to create a color wheel, tint and shade chart, then a monochromatic masterpiece on canvas. To end the session, students will create a plein-air piece (outdoor painting) on Visitation’s beautiful campus. Students may take one week or two. Tuition per week: $125 plus a $10 materials fee

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Dream, Learn & Create

July 22 – 26 8:00 – 9:30 

Priority will be given to the Class of 2023.

If your brain is bubbling with creative ideas, you are perfect for this class. It will teach students how to turn their dreams and ideas into tangible objects with the use of computer-aided design (CAD) and our 3D printer. CAD uses computer systems to aid in the creation, modification, analysis, and optimization of a design. The program will teach student how to make 3D CAD renderings of everyday objects such as a keychain with their initials, coffee mug, castle, replica, etc. No prior knowledge required. Tuition: $125.

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or June 14.  Please register to attend and ensure your iPad order has been placed through Visitation.

A (Brief) History of Washington, D.C.

July 29 – Aug 2 9:30 – 12:30

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

In A (Brief) History of Washington D.C., students will examine Washington as a living city: a city whose politics, economy, neighborhoods, architecture, culture, and population have evolved over time. In addition, the course emphasizes the importance of students learning how to ask thoughtful questions about their environment, finding ways to answer these questions, and effectively communicating their answers. Excursions into different neighborhoods and guest speakers will happen daily. Tuition: $250

Students enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Class of 2022

I Drive Smart

June 10 - June 21 10-1:15

Open to anyone of age, the drivers education classroom portion is now available on Visi’s campus. Run by I Drive Smart, the course trains drivers — especially young drivers — to be safe drivers. The driver education program is taught by the most qualified instructors in the industry — law enforcement professionals. Note: the “behind the wheel” portion of drivers education must be scheduled separately. Register at IDriveSmart.com for $629

  • 30 Hour State Certified Classroom Driver Training Course
  • 7 Behind the Wheel Training Sessions for Virginia Students
  • 3 Behind the Wheel training Sessions for Maryland and DC Students
  • MVA and DMV Approved Course Textbook or Online Manual
  • Maryland MVA and Virginia DMV Licensing Certification
Introduction to Theater Performance

June 17 - June 21 2:15 – 3:45

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

After a brief look at the history and development of western theater, we’ll dive into scene work, creatively and playfully exploring what makes a character come alive. Practicing being present in the moment and drawing from participants’ real-life thoughts, emotions, and experiences, we’ll actively engage in discovery of character objectives, obstacles, and relationships. By the end of the week, the participant will have access to vital tools with which to analyze and inhabit a character and understand the dynamics of a scene. Tuition: $125

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Creative Writing: Prose

June 24 – June 28 12:30 - 2 p.m.

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

Short story writer and novelist Flannery O'Connor once said that anyone who has survived his or her life to the age of fifteen has enough material to last a lifetime. The creative writing - prose class will give you the opportunity to use your writing skills for self-expression. We will take a look at all the things that interest and fascinate us, and spend the five days turning them into prose works of either fiction or non-fiction. The work you write will be something you can hold onto throughout your four years at Visitation, and look back on at the end to see what you were thinking when you came in, and how you have grown during your four years here.  Look forward to a fun, exciting, and creative five days together! Tuition: $125

Students enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Introduction to Linear Modeling

July 8 – 12 2:15 – 3:45

Priority will be given to the Class of 2023

Students will be introduced to the properties of linear functions and how linear functions can be used to model real-world situations. The focus will be on the two major goals of linear models: (1) the determination and estimation of relationships, and (2) using models to predict outcomes. Students will become familiar with the TI-84 graphing calculator as they analyze data sets. This class will be highly interactive with students working together not only to select data, but to analyze and predict outcomes. 

Students must have a TI-84 graphing calculator. Tuition: $125

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or June 14. Please register to attend and place your iPad order through Visitation. 

Introduction to Painting

July 22 - July 26 12:30 - 2 p.m.

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

Students will explore the elements of art (color, light, line, composition) through the creative process. Participants will use acrylic paint to create a color wheel, tint and shade chart, then a monochromatic masterpiece on canvas. To end the session, students will create a plein-air piece (outdoor painting) on Visitation’s beautiful campus. Students may take one week or two. Tuition per week: $125 plus a $10 materials fee

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Problem Solving: Puzzles & Patterns

July 15 - July 19 12:30 - 2 p.m.

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

In this week-long course, students will learn strategies for critical thinking and problem solving through the use of puzzles and inquiry activities. We will learn to define a problem, identify alternatives for its solution, and implement a plan. While the class will not focus specifically on math and science problem solving, students will be better equipped for solving mathematical word problems upon finishing. There will be no homework (other than to continue thinking).  Tuition: $125

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Dream, Learn & Create

July 22 – 26 8:00 – 9:30 

Priority will be given to the Class of 2023.

If your brain is bubbling with creative ideas, you are perfect for this class. It will teach students how to turn their dreams and ideas into tangible objects with the use of computer-aided design (CAD) and our 3D printer. CAD uses computer systems to aid in the creation, modification, analysis, and optimization of a design. The program will teach student how to make 3D CAD renderings of everyday objects such as a keychain with their initials, coffee mug, castle, replica, etc. No prior knowledge required. Tuition: $125.

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or June 14.  Please register to attend and ensure your iPad order has been placed through Visitation.

A (Brief) History of Washington, D.C.

July 29 – Aug 2 9:30 – 12:30

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

In A (Brief) History of Washington D.C., students will examine Washington as a living city: a city whose politics, economy, neighborhoods, architecture, culture, and population have evolved over time. In addition, the course emphasizes the importance of students learning how to ask thoughtful questions about their environment, finding ways to answer these questions, and effectively communicating their answers. Excursions into different neighborhoods and guest speakers will happen daily. Tuition: $250

Students enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Class of 2021

Summer U.S. History

June 17 – July 26 8:00 – 11:00 *No class on July 4

This survey course, which fulfills the US History requirement, is organized chronologically. Its main themes are American exceptionalism, the role of religion and race in American life, regional differences, and the idea of the frontier in shaping American identity and self-image. Students develop an understanding of key constitutional provisions and economic factors that have influenced American history. The course considers the impact of demographic, social and geographic forces and analyzes the effects of watershed events and laws. In addition to the textbook, students use primary and secondary sources and research databases in their studies. Students begin to analyze the current character of America, based on their studies of the events, trends and personalities in her past. Approximately two hours of homework will be assigned per day. (1 credit) Tuition: $950

I Drive Smart

June 10 - June 21 10-1:15

Open to anyone of age, the drivers education classroom portion is now available on Visi’s campus. Run by I Drive Smart, the course trains drivers — especially young drivers — to be safe drivers. The driver education program is taught by the most qualified instructors in the industry — law enforcement professionals. Note: the “behind the wheel” portion of drivers education must be scheduled separately. Register at IDriveSmart.com for $629

  • 30 Hour State Certified Classroom Driver Training Course
  • 7 Behind the Wheel Training Sessions for Virginia Students
  • 3 Behind the Wheel training Sessions for Maryland and DC Students
  • MVA and DMV Approved Course Textbook or Online Manual
  • Maryland MVA and Virginia DMV Licensing Certification
Introduction to Theater Performance

June 17 - June 21 2:15 – 3:45

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

After a brief look at the history and development of western theater, we’ll dive into scene work, creatively and playfully exploring what makes a character come alive. Practicing being present in the moment and drawing from participants’ real-life thoughts, emotions, and experiences, we’ll actively engage in discovery of character objectives, obstacles, and relationships. By the end of the week, the participant will have access to vital tools with which to analyze and inhabit a character and understand the dynamics of a scene. Tuition: $125

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Creative Writing: Prose

June 24 – June 28 12:30 - 2 p.m.

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

Short story writer and novelist Flannery O'Connor once said that anyone who has survived his or her life to the age of fifteen has enough material to last a lifetime. The creative writing - prose class will give you the opportunity to use your writing skills for self-expression. We will take a look at all the things that interest and fascinate us, and spend the five days turning them into prose works of either fiction or non-fiction. The work you write will be something you can hold onto throughout your four years at Visitation, and look back on at the end to see what you were thinking when you came in, and how you have grown during your four years here.  Look forward to a fun, exciting, and creative five days together! Tuition: $125

Students enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Introduction to Linear Modeling

July 8 – 12 2:15 – 3:45

Priority will be given to the Class of 2023

Students will be introduced to the properties of linear functions and how linear functions can be used to model real-world situations. The focus will be on the two major goals of linear models: (1) the determination and estimation of relationships, and (2) using models to predict outcomes. Students will become familiar with the TI-84 graphing calculator as they analyze data sets. This class will be highly interactive with students working together not only to select data, but to analyze and predict outcomes. 

Students must have a TI-84 graphing calculator. Tuition: $125

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or June 14. Please register to attend and place your iPad order through Visitation. 

Problem Solving: Puzzles & Patterns

July 15 - July 19 12:30 - 2 p.m.

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

In this week-long course, students will learn strategies for critical thinking and problem solving through the use of puzzles and inquiry activities. We will learn to define a problem, identify alternatives for its solution, and implement a plan. While the class will not focus specifically on math and science problem solving, students will be better equipped for solving mathematical word problems upon finishing. There will be no homework (other than to continue thinking).  Tuition: $125

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Introduction to Painting

July 22 - July 26 12:30 - 2 p.m.

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

Students will explore the elements of art (color, light, line, composition) through the creative process. Participants will use acrylic paint to create a color wheel, tint and shade chart, then a monochromatic masterpiece on canvas. To end the session, students will create a plein-air piece (outdoor painting) on Visitation’s beautiful campus. Students may take one week or two. Tuition per week: $125 plus a $10 materials fee

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Dream, Learn & Create

July 22 – 26 8:00 – 9:30 

Priority will be given to the Class of 2023.

If your brain is bubbling with creative ideas, you are perfect for this class. It will teach students how to turn their dreams and ideas into tangible objects with the use of computer-aided design (CAD) and our 3D printer. CAD uses computer systems to aid in the creation, modification, analysis, and optimization of a design. The program will teach student how to make 3D CAD renderings of everyday objects such as a keychain with their initials, coffee mug, castle, replica, etc. No prior knowledge required. Tuition: $125.

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or June 14.  Please register to attend and ensure your iPad order has been placed through Visitation.

A (Brief) History of Washington, D.C.

July 29 – Aug 2 9:30 – 12:30

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

In A (Brief) History of Washington D.C., students will examine Washington as a living city: a city whose politics, economy, neighborhoods, architecture, culture, and population have evolved over time. In addition, the course emphasizes the importance of students learning how to ask thoughtful questions about their environment, finding ways to answer these questions, and effectively communicating their answers. Excursions into different neighborhoods and guest speakers will happen daily. Tuition: $250

Students enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Class of 2020

Summer U.S. History

June 17 – July 26 8:00 – 11:00 *No class on July 4

This survey course, which fulfills the US History requirement, is organized chronologically. Its main themes are American exceptionalism, the role of religion and race in American life, regional differences, and the idea of the frontier in shaping American identity and self-image. Students develop an understanding of key constitutional provisions and economic factors that have influenced American history. The course considers the impact of demographic, social and geographic forces and analyzes the effects of watershed events and laws. In addition to the textbook, students use primary and secondary sources and research databases in their studies. Students begin to analyze the current character of America, based on their studies of the events, trends and personalities in her past. Approximately two hours of homework will be assigned per day. (1 credit) Tuition: $950

I Drive Smart

June 10 - June 21 10-1:15

Open to anyone of age, the drivers education classroom portion is now available on Visi’s campus. Run by I Drive Smart, the course trains drivers — especially young drivers — to be safe drivers. The driver education program is taught by the most qualified instructors in the industry — law enforcement professionals. Note: the “behind the wheel” portion of drivers education must be scheduled separately. Register at IDriveSmart.com for $629

  • 30 Hour State Certified Classroom Driver Training Course
  • 7 Behind the Wheel Training Sessions for Virginia Students
  • 3 Behind the Wheel training Sessions for Maryland and DC Students
  • MVA and DMV Approved Course Textbook or Online Manual
  • Maryland MVA and Virginia DMV Licensing Certification
Introduction to Theater Performance

June 17 - June 21 2:15 – 3:45

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

After a brief look at the history and development of western theater, we’ll dive into scene work, creatively and playfully exploring what makes a character come alive. Practicing being present in the moment and drawing from participants’ real-life thoughts, emotions, and experiences, we’ll actively engage in discovery of character objectives, obstacles, and relationships. By the end of the week, the participant will have access to vital tools with which to analyze and inhabit a character and understand the dynamics of a scene. Tuition: $125

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Creative Writing: Prose

June 24 – June 28 12:30 - 2 p.m.

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

Short story writer and novelist Flannery O'Connor once said that anyone who has survived his or her life to the age of fifteen has enough material to last a lifetime. The creative writing - prose class will give you the opportunity to use your writing skills for self-expression. We will take a look at all the things that interest and fascinate us, and spend the five days turning them into prose works of either fiction or non-fiction. The work you write will be something you can hold onto throughout your four years at Visitation, and look back on at the end to see what you were thinking when you came in, and how you have grown during your four years here.  Look forward to a fun, exciting, and creative five days together! Tuition: $125

Students enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Introduction to Linear Modeling

July 8 – 12 2:15 – 3:45

Priority will be given to the Class of 2023

Students will be introduced to the properties of linear functions and how linear functions can be used to model real-world situations. The focus will be on the two major goals of linear models: (1) the determination and estimation of relationships, and (2) using models to predict outcomes. Students will become familiar with the TI-84 graphing calculator as they analyze data sets. This class will be highly interactive with students working together not only to select data, but to analyze and predict outcomes. 

Students must have a TI-84 graphing calculator. Tuition: $125

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or June 14. Please register to attend and place your iPad order through Visitation. 

Problem Solving: Puzzles & Patterns

July 15 - July 19 12:30 - 2 p.m.

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

In this week-long course, students will learn strategies for critical thinking and problem solving through the use of puzzles and inquiry activities. We will learn to define a problem, identify alternatives for its solution, and implement a plan. While the class will not focus specifically on math and science problem solving, students will be better equipped for solving mathematical word problems upon finishing. There will be no homework (other than to continue thinking).  Tuition: $125

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Introduction to Painting

July 22 - July 26 12:30 - 2 p.m.

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

Students will explore the elements of art (color, light, line, composition) through the creative process. Participants will use acrylic paint to create a color wheel, tint and shade chart, then a monochromatic masterpiece on canvas. To end the session, students will create a plein-air piece (outdoor painting) on Visitation’s beautiful campus. Students may take one week or two. Tuition per week: $125 plus a $10 materials fee

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

Dream, Learn & Create

July 22 – 26 8:00 – 9:30 

Priority will be given to the Class of 2023.

If your brain is bubbling with creative ideas, you are perfect for this class. It will teach students how to turn their dreams and ideas into tangible objects with the use of computer-aided design (CAD) and our 3D printer. CAD uses computer systems to aid in the creation, modification, analysis, and optimization of a design. The program will teach student how to make 3D CAD renderings of everyday objects such as a keychain with their initials, coffee mug, castle, replica, etc. No prior knowledge required. Tuition: $125.

Incoming freshmen enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or June 14.  Please register to attend and ensure your iPad order has been placed through Visitation.

A (Brief) History of Washington, D.C.

July 29 – Aug 2 9:30 – 12:30

Priority will be given to Class of 2023 registrants.

In A (Brief) History of Washington D.C., students will examine Washington as a living city: a city whose politics, economy, neighborhoods, architecture, culture, and population have evolved over time. In addition, the course emphasizes the importance of students learning how to ask thoughtful questions about their environment, finding ways to answer these questions, and effectively communicating their answers. Excursions into different neighborhoods and guest speakers will happen daily. Tuition: $250

Students enrolled in this class must attend technology orientation on either June 10 or 14. Please register to attend orientation and fill out the form to purchase your iPad through Visitation.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Dates: Various weeks from Monday, June 17 - Friday, August 2. Note: July 4 & July 5 are school holidays.

Registration: Full tuition is due at registration. Enrollment is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. Visitation reserves the right to cancel any class that does not meet the minimum enrollment. The Class of 2023 has priority for these classes through May 6. After that time, enrollment will open to other grades.

Financial Aid: A limited amount of financial aid is available for Summer Enrichment courses. If you would like to apply for aid, please email Director of Admissions & Financial Aid Janet Keller at janet.keller@visi.org.

Credit: Students do not earn credit for summer courses.

iPads: iPads are required for math and English classes, and students must bring their iPad on the first day of class. iPads will be used to take and organize notes, submit assignments, and view course materials. The courses will introduce apps that students will use during the school year, such as Notability. Other classes may also require an iPad; more details will be provided later.

Lunch: Lunch is NOT provided. Students taking both a morning and an afternoon class are responsible for their own midday meal.

Questions: Contact Summer Enrichment Program Coordinator Eric Chalfin at eric.chalfin@visi.org.