Be who you are and be that well.

~St. Francis de Sales

At Visitation Academy, our commitment to academic excellence and inclusive Catholic Salesian values creates an educational experience that inspires you to discover your unique gifts and empowers you to live your spirit.

Here you are part of a community that appreciates you for who you are, recognizes you for what you are capable of, and celebrates you as your potential becomes spirited purpose.

View the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools (NCGS) video about the benefits of an all-girls education.

As a Viz student, you will feel at home in our culture of acceptance, collaboration, and respect for others. You will learn to live life intentionally with gentle strength, humble confidence, joy, and freedom. You will come to value the lessons inherent in both life’s greatest joys and toughest challenges.

As a Viz graduate, you will positively impact the world with your bright mind, humble heart, strength of character, and Christlike compassion for others.

The spiritual, academic, and social foundations you establish at Viz will ensure you flourish here and throughout your life.

Discover your gifts. Live your spirit.

Montessori & Lower School

Girls Adventure in Math (GAIM) is a regional mathematics competition

Participating in GAIM didn’t just help the girls work on our skills in math, it also helped them work on communication, problem solving, and leadership skills.

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Middle School

Duke University Talent Identification Program

Twenty-six Visitation 7th grade students participated in the Duke University Talent Identification Program this year. Duke TIP is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving academically gifted and talented students. Duke TIP works with students, their families, and educators to identify, recognize, challenge, engage, and help students reach their highest potential.

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Upper School


Congratulations to senior Molly Frei! She recently earned the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouting. For her Gold Award project, Frei constructed three activity packs called “Tinker Boxes” for second through fourth grade students. The boxes contained lesson plans and materials like paperclips and beads for hands-on engineering exercises. She also led a week-long STEM camp in her backyard, focusing on using science and math to problem-solve. Molly donated her Tinker Boxes to the Lower School so they are able to use her lesson plans for future STEM programs. The Girl Scout Gold Award represents the culmination of more than 80 hours of work on a project that is important to each girl. Way to go, Molly!

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Student completed UMSL’s 2018 STARS Program!

Congratulations to current senior Ellie Khojasteh, who completed UMSL’s 2018 STARS Program! From UMSL, “The Students and Teachers as Research Scientists (STARS) Program…

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lower school at Visitation Academy

Oct 18

Lower School Open House

8:30 am - 10:30 am

Viz #1 Best All-Girls High School in Missouri

We a proud to announce that Visitation Academy has ranked #1 Best All-Girls High School in Missouri by Niche!

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coed montessori at Visitation Academy

Nov 4

Middle and Upper School Open House

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Viz Field Hockey Team in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch!

Congratulations to Viz field hockey! They won 5-4 in penalty shots last night after sudden death overtime against Cor Jesu! Monday, September 24, 2018 Persimmon…

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lower school at Visitation Academy

Nov 28

Lower School Open House

8:30 am - 10:30 am