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          FOUNDATION OF REMARKABLE RELATIONSHIPS

          Students and teachers at Visitation are part of a close, strong community founded on trust. One special dimension of the Vis experience is the frequent pairing of students with younger and older partners. We find that with the right guides and friends, the most important lessons in character and kindness come naturally.

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          ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

          Visitation offers an excellent academic experience at each level that is defined by high standards of achievement, close personal interactions with faculty and a clear sense of purpose. Students are prepared for future success. 

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          THE POWER OF LITTLE VIRTUES

          One hallmark of the Salesian tradition is a set of virtues inspiring the way we strive to learn and live. Among these are kindness and courage, patience and respect, joyful optimism and gentle strength.

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          MORE POSSIBILITIES TO EXPLORE

          We offer a remarkable breadth of opportunities: French, Spanish and Chinese starting in Montessori preschool; robust arts, athletics and service-learning programs; plus a full array of specialist teachers augmenting our classroom faculty. The result is a wonderful richness of options—many chances for each student to find and nurture new talents.

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          BE WHO YOU ARE AND BE THAT WELL

          Full of affirmation and expectation, this simple phrase beautifully captures the spirit of a Visitation education. This is an experience not just about academic achievement, but growth and wholeness in mind, body and spirit.

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          COED, THEN ALL-GIRLS: A PERFECT COMBINATION

          From Montessori Pre-K through grade five, we welcome boys and girls into an environment in which they thrive together beautifully. In grades 6-12, we offer a uniquely empowering experience to girls. In these years of transformation, as young people shape their personal identities, Vis girls shine.

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          NOT FOR SCHOOL, BUT FOR LIFE

          The aim of a Visitation education is to prepare students for life. To ensure that this preparation meets the demands of the 21st century, we have worked with care to identify a balance of strengths that will define the Visitation learner—from faith and values to leadership, from digital literacy to global citizenship.

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          MORE CHANCES TO EXCEL

          Our 60-acre campus is home to a STEM center, a ballet studio, a professional-caliber theater, a stunning art suite, an outdoor classroom and superb athletic facilities. The result is a wonderful richness of options—many chances for each student to find and nurture new talents.

          Vis provides an excellent education within a Catholic environment permeated by Salesian Spirituality and the Living tradition of the visitation sisters.

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          Spotlight: Our All-Girls Middle School

          Discover and Become Your Best Self

          Be who you are and be that well

          Here at Visitation School, our students are surrounded by high academic and personal expectations and positive examples of “being who you are and being that well,”—all in an excellent academic community filled with our Salesian tradition. Our students are prepared not for school, but for life.

           

          "I love how accepting the girls at Vis are. The girls in my class have really become not only my friends but my sisters and these are friendships that I'll cherish forever. They encourage me to be the best version of myself and push me to try new things, go outside of my comfort zone, and grow as a person."

          Ella, 12th grade

          "I am a very creative and artistic person, and I love bringing that into the classroom. Theater, dance and art are areas I enjoy teaching to my students because it allows students, especially young ones, to  express themselves in ways they never thought they could."

          Nikko Raymo, Montessori Plus Teacher

          "I love the Vis community. I can be confident about who I am when I'm around the girls in my class."

          Olivia, 10th grade

          I love the community here at Vis! Everyone is kind and outgoing. My favorite thing is going to all-school events like the pep rallies, Winter Week, and many other fun activities. I love seeing everyone come together to support Vis! Overall, I love everything about Vis, but these are the events and moments that make my experience special.

          Sam, 7th grade

          Students are known, loved and challenged. 

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          Vis By The Numbers

          60 Acres

          Sprawling campus with outdoor classroom and learning lodge, excellent athletic facilities, Fine Arts Center and state-of-the-art STEM Center.

          85%

          Of faculty have advanced degrees.

          17:1

          Student/teacher ratio makes for small class sizes.

          $1.5 million

          awarded in need-based financial grants annually. 

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