WELCOME FROM THE PRINCIPAL
"Visitation School is part of Visitation parish, and a place where we learn about the lessons taught by Jesus Christ. We do our best each day to pray, worship and learn together. Our teachers help us understand the importance of respecting and serving others as Jesus did. I will work hard today and every day to follow the example of Jesus.”
This is the pledge students and staff make together at the beginning of every week at Visitation Catholic School. It reminds us of the reason we are here and what sets us apart from other schools. We not only train our minds; we also nurture our souls through prayer and show love of neighbor through acts of kindness, all in the name of Jesus.
At Visitation we “celebrate the past to awaken the future”. We acknowledge our rich history and tradition of excellence, but know that to stand still is to fall behind. So we continually strive to strengthen our programs to remain highly competitive and prepare students well for their futures!
Visitation Gala 2018 Video
Thank you to Mr. and Mrs. Felten for all of their hard-work putting this wonderful video together that really captures what Visitation is all about!
After School Care Program
For more information about the after school care program click here.
Tax Credit Scholarship Program
For more information about this new program to help fund scholarships for children who choose to attend Catholic schools click here.
Monday / March 12
Benediction 2:15pm (Church)
Tuesday / March 13
Gala Families Casual Dress Day
(just for those families who bought into this event!)
Wednesday / March 14
Thursday / March 15
Lent Reconciliation (grades 2-8)
Father’s Club March Madness
Friday / March 16
All School Mass - 8:15 am
Diocese of Joliet
Visitation School-Card Catalog
Admin Info and Forms
School Supply List
Catholic High School Information
After School Care Handbook
QUOTES OF THE WEEK
“Confession heals, confession justifies, confession grants pardon of sin…. In confession there is a chance for mercy. Believe it firmly. Hope and have confidence in confession.”