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1524 35th Street Northwest
Washington, District of Columbia 20007

Website: http://www.visi.org
Phone: 202-337-3350

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“Be who you are and be that well.” The wise words of Visitation Order co-founder St. Francis de Sales form the heart of a Georgetown Visitation education. The high school years are a time of discovery, not just of knowledge and skills, but also of yourself and your potential. 

Visitation provides the spiritual grounding, challenging academics, plentiful co-curricular opportunities, and supportive and joyous community that enable our students to cultivate their God-given gifts. And they do—with confidence and enthusiasm. 

Visi girls are friends and fans, classmates and teammates, companions and confidants. While striving for their personal best, they collaborate and support one another, creating an inclusive and caring community where all are embraced and each can shine. Here, optimism and compassion are contagious. 

Every day, we live the Salesian Little Virtues of kindness, gentle strength, humility, and thoughtful concern for others, honoring and respecting the uniqueness of each individual while fostering an inclusive and caring community.   


We invite you to discover Visitation and see how we help each girl to be who she is and be that well. 

Grades: 9 – 12
Gender: Girls
Total number of students: 505
Average class size: 15
Student/teacher ratio: 9:1
Religious affiliation: Catholic, Salesian
Programs: Bridge program with Georgetown University
Languages offered: Spanish, French
Lowest tuition for 5-day students: $33,750
Students receiving financial aid: 33%
Uniform: Yes
Bus transportation: Several public buses service Georgetown Visitation, including the G2, D6, D2, 30s series, and the Circulator
Teacher retention rate: 89%
Number of AP courses offered: 17, plus 13 honors classes
Students scoring 3+ on AP exams: 88%
Varsity sports: Basketball, crew, cross country, field hockey, ice hockey, indoor track, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track & field, volleyball
Interscholastic sports: 13
Number of art studios: 2 (including new STEAM Innovation Lab)
Theater/Music productions per year: 4 (a fall musical, a spring dramatic production, Christmas and spring concerts featuring vocal, instrumental, and dance)
Music ensembles: 1 instrumental, 3 vocal (Chorus, Madrigals, Gospel Choir)
Accreditations/Affiliations: National Catholic Educational Association, Visitation Salesian Network, International Coalition of Girls Schools, National Association of Independent Schools, Association of Independent Schools of Greater Washington, Middle States, Archdiocese of Washington, the Black Student Fund, the Latino Student Fund, DC Opportunity Scholarship Program, Crimsonbridge Foundation, One Schoolhouse
Founded: 1799