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From Rogers Lake to the Atlantic Ocean: Ms. Arnstein’s Life in the Virgin Islands

From Rogers Lake to the Atlantic Ocean: Ms. Arnstein's Life in the Virgin Islands
October 18, 2020
“It’s spectacularly beautiful.  The work has its challenges, but it’s so good for me.”

What Every Freshman Should Know

What Every Freshman Should Know
October 18, 2020

School can be a very stressful time for anyone, especially if you’re adjusting to a new routine and it’s your first year of high school. Here at Vis, we’re so fortunate to have a welcoming community...

My Parents are Divorced: Let’s Talk About It

October 18, 2020
Yes, there are plenty of struggles, as with any family, and yes, having divorced parents has been one of the biggest sources of angst and complication in my life.  But my parents are happier apart than they would be together.  They are being who they are and being that well.

Visitation Athlete: What Does Success Mean to You?

Visitation Athlete: What Does Success Mean to You?
October 15, 2020

As an athlete and a young adult, I have been exposed to the notion of “success” for quite a long time. And doesn’t it seem obvious that every athlete, myself included, wants to succeed? When we’re...

Fall Sports Recap- 2020

Art Courtesy of Maggie McConville
October 14, 2020

This fall, Blazer sports have been like no other, and the Blazers have been crushing it across the board!  2020 Fall sports include cross country, soccer, swimming, and tennis and practices for Spring...

Visitation Athlete: What Does Your Sport Mean to You?

Visitation Athlete: What Does Your Sport Mean to You?
October 7, 2020

As a student at Visitation, sports are something that I deeply value. In my experience, participating in school sports brings me the utmost joy. As an athlete that participates in three sports,  it would...

Welcome to Visitation: Getting to Know the New Faculty & Staff for the 2020-2021 School Year

Get-To-Know Our New Faculty & Staff!
October 7, 2020

Visitation welcomes four new additions to the Faculty and Staff for the 2020-2021 school year! Mrs. Turnau teaches 9th-grade physical science and chemistry, Mrs. Milbrandt teaches 11th-grade US Literature,...

Announcing ELOCUTION, A New Podcast by The Visitation Voice

October 5, 2020

ELOCUTION, a new podcast hosted by the Co-Executive Editors of The Visitation Voice, welcomes you to a conversation on society both At Large and Quite Local. Join us if you're looking for thought-provoking...

Passing the Quarentime

Senior Wini Bettenburg and her family dress up for their own diy social distanced prom
May 15, 2020
While stuck in isolation, purpose and motivation have often seemed difficult to find. However, both women have found avenues to make an impact on their communities.

2020 SENIOR WILLINGS & ADVICE

2020 SENIOR WILLINGS & ADVICE
Each year, Visitation seniors entrust their favorite traditions, possessions, and inside jokes to their underclass sisters for safekeeping. Although the class of 2020 has had to adapt to the most unexpected of times the past few months, this tradition lives on. Here are the memories that the class of 2020 wishes to share with you.
May 15, 2020

Of Empty Shelves and Full Hearts: Two Stories from Spring Break 2020

Of Empty Shelves and Full Hearts: Two Stories from Spring Break 2020
Mrs. Sutton and Colibri Lopez-Munoz ‘21 share their thoughts about Covid-19
May 15, 2020

Mrs. Sutton:  Last Thursday, my husband and I took advantage of my early spring break to do some pre-apocalypse shopping.  We started at the Costco Business Center in Saint Paul -- our mission: to replenish...

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