Our favorite thing about Visitation is that our family can be our genuine selves. We feel at home and at ease. At Visitation, we “found our fit”. A common stereotype we have experienced with faith-based education is that you have to be a certain way or conform to certain standards to be accepted. At VIZ, we’ve found that all are truly welcome and accepted. Our family has a mix of personalities, of learning styles, and approaches to faith. We’ve each found Visitation to be a place where we can lean into what makes us different and thrive.
- Valenzuela Family
As alumni and active members of the parish, my wife Crystal and I had no hesitation in choosing Visitation for our two children. The enduring friendships we cherish today have their roots in the very classrooms, playgrounds, and church where our children are now forming their own bonds. So happy to say that we made the best decision for our young boys. Visitation is not just a school; it's a close-knit community and a second family. We support one another through both the joys and challenges of life, and we embrace and welcome everyone with open arms.
Visitation is committed to diversity and inclusivity, welcoming the entire community, to participate in its events and fostering a sense of togetherness for everyone to enjoy as a unified whole.
- Casey and Crystal Baker '96
What truly sets Visitation School apart is the sense of community and the opportunity to get involved. We have had the privilege of making lifelong friends with other families at Visitation. The support and camaraderie we have experienced here have enriched our lives in countless ways. It's not just our children who have benefited; our entire family has been woven into the fabric of this wonderful community. (Read More)
- Favorite Family
Visitation staff and students come together (virtually) for this fun film project.