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Visitation College Counselors, Sarah Patterson and Brian Burgemeister, answer some frequently asked questions.
Science at Visitation is inquiry-based, allowing students to creatively explore the world around them and effectively solve problems. Here is a sampling of the many fascinating projects Upper School science students engaged in during the 2020-21 school year.
Chris Nelson joined the Vis faculty as an Upper School Social Studies teacher. Read more on the blog!
Technology at Vis is top-notch! Meet technology integrationists Kelsey Irizarry and Ronna Baca.
Susan Russomanno is the Upper School Learning Specialist at Vis. Let's get to know her a little better!
Kathleen West just joined the Upper School English team here at Vis. Let's get to know her a little better!
Ms. Claire Kranz is the Upper School Religion teacher here at Vis. Let's get to know her a little better!
Priscilla Van Sloun is one of the Chinese teachers at Vis. Let's get to know her a little better!
Meet Señora De La Torre, Visitation Lower and Middle School Spanish teacher!
Ms. Johanna Huang teaches Chinese here at Vis. Let's get to know her a little better!
Mr. Steve Dornbach teaches Upper School English here at Vis. Let's get to know him a little better!
Ms. Ann Marie Zeimetz teaches first grade here at Vis. Let's get to know her a little better!
Ms. Brittany Rawson Haeg teaches Middle School Social Studies here at Vis. Let's get to know her a little better!
Ms. Melissa Murray teaches Upper School Math here at Vis. Let's get to know her a little better!
Meet Grace! She's a ninth-grade student ambassador featured in the visit video on our website. Let's get to know her a little better!
Katie Owens, Director of Financial Grants, loves working with families to help make a Visitation education a reality. We recently sat down with her for an informative Q&A.
How will we navigate the dark weeks of winter in a pandemic? Visitation School Psychologist Jules Nolan, Psy.D., shares some wonderful strategies for how to parent our children with compassion and grace during this challenging time.
Vis Senior Annie Groebner accomplished her goal of becoming one of the nation's first female Eagle Scouts.
Read all about Vis ninth grader Ella Doyle, who turned her passion for dollhouses into a thriving business.
Visitation School psychologist Dr. Jules Nolan offers her strategies for emotional well-being as our students head back to school.
In this month's blog, Rene Gavic provides an end-of-year recap.
In this month's blog, we take a look at the Visitation Parents' Association and it purpose in strengthening the bond between parents and school.
In this month's blog, college counselor Sarah Deeb Patterson '97 offers practical advice on how to get the most out of your college visits.
Visitation's counseling team offers advice on goal setting strategies.
We give dozens of tours each year, and we often find that our guests ask similar questions. In this edition of View from Vis, we share some of the most frequent questions (and answers we provide) that prospective families ask. Come along for a tour and learn more about all that Visitation School has to offer.
It's here! The annual book blog of recommended reads. Our faculty and staff has put together a list of their favorites just in time for your to finish your holiday gift-giving for your students or any reader in your life!
In this month's blog post, Director of Advancement Anne Kane shares some of the many reasons Visitation School means so much to our donors – and why our donors mean so much to Visitation.
When an institution has been around as long as Visitation School, there are bound to be some good stories about the things one might take for granted here: the trees, the peacocks, the portress. But what is a portress? And how did the peacocks get here? And is it true there is a tunnel underneath Lake Drive to join Vis and Saint Thomas Academy? Read this month's blog post to learn more!