Alumnae Association

Former Alumnae Association presidents, Alicia Elsner ’91 and Mary Anne Spruell ’71

The Alumnae Association has two meetings each year and plans various special events, including Breakfast with Santa. The Visitation Academy Alumnae Association of St. Louis, Missouri, was founded in 1904. As recorded in the minutes of the first formal meeting of the Alumnae Association on February 22, 1905, the first Alumnae President stated that the aim is “to make our Alma Mater better known, to extend her influence, to be her constant advertisers, to be faithful to her principles, and to infuse them into others. This can be done only by action.” Although many years have passed, these words still accurately reflect the mission of the Alumnae Association. Throughout its long, colorful, and vibrant history, we all remain very proud of our alma mater. As one of the oldest and most esteemed schools in the St. Louis area, it has one of the longest standing and most active Alumnae Associations. We look forward to seeing you and many of your classmates at an upcoming Alumnae Association gathering.

Our next meeting will take place on February 6, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. in Jane’s Place. Click here to view the minutes from the last meeting.