Inclusive, Diverse and Nurturing

For over 167 years the Visitation Academy has welcomed girls from a variety of religious, cultural, racial and socio-economic backgrounds.
In a time that increasingly challenges girls to remain true to who they are, we support our girls as unique individuals, with varied talents and characteristics who all have a special purpose in their community and our world. Helping them to be the best they can be is not just a goal at the Academy – it is our mission.

Recent Posts

One Day Softball Tournament!

Planned with dad’s club we will be hosting a one day softball tournament @ Pine Cliff Park. This event is Co-ed and we will have activities for the kids at the event, but softball is adult only. We are also going to be playing with a softball ball that does not require a glove. Teams will be made up of specific grade level parents (PreK3-K, 1-2, 3-5, 6-8.) There is no cap to the amount of people on your team, but we need a minimum of 12 people per team. The cost to participate is$20 per person/couple. We will also providehot dogs and water for free and concessions will be there for purchase.

>>>Please RSVP by September 26th!
To Sign up please complete the registration
Please make checks payable to Visitation Academy HSA and in MEMO for SOFTBALL<<<
For any questions please email:

Back to School Picnic!

It is that time of year again! We look forward to seeing everyone! Please be sure to RSVP.  Follow the link for all the information you need.

Back to School Picnic Flyer – Final – July 2015 (1)

Book Sale!

Are your children looking for a way to earn volunteer hours, see their friends from school, and have some fun at the same time?  Then please read a special event is happening this weekend.

Virginia Crum, the owner of Chartreuse and Co., is currently storing many boxes of books which were previously shelved in our school library that are no longer being used by our students in a cottage on her property.  She has a very successful business that operates a “tag sale” one weekend a month.  On Friday, July 17th and Saturday, July 18th, Chartreuse will be open from 9 until 4.  On Sunday, July 19th, the venue will be open from 12 until 4.

All the Visitation Academy needs to do is provide tables, chairs and a few volunteers.  Several people have already offered to serve.  Students should wear their spring uniforms and be accompanied by one of their parents.

Students are also encouraged to express their creativity and make signs using materials they have around their homes.  These signs can be posted throughout the property advertising the book sale.  The more posters the better.  They should contain the following information:

(On the one side…) Book Sale on the Patio

Old Hard Covered Books – $3 each

All Other Books – Please make a donation:)

(On the other side…)

Thank you for helping the Visitation Academy Library to grow!

If you are able to assist in any way with this event, please contact Dee Altamirano, our Volunteer Coordinator, by phone (301.712.6648) or email (