Classrooms

In 1891, six Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters left their Wisconsin motherhouse to hold classes for one-hundred and seventy boys and girls in a crowded church basement. Visitation Catholic School quickly outgrew the church basement as enrollment grew weekly. In 1903 a school building was erected to meet the growing need of the Parish. Life along The Boulevard was vibrant and Visitation was the center of the Irish Catholic immigrant community that flourished on the Southside of Chicago. Visitation Catholic School grew to serve more than 2000 students annually from 1905 to 1965, opening a Girls High School in 1915 to provide additional services to the community.

The Present and Future of Visitation:

Curriculum

In 1891, six Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters left their Wisconsin motherhouse to hold classes for one-hundred and seventy boys and girls in a crowded church basement. Visitation Catholic School quickly outgrew the church basement as enrollment grew weekly. In 1903 a school building was erected to meet the growing need of the Parish. Life along The Boulevard was vibrant and Visitation was the center of the Irish Catholic immigrant community that flourished on the Southside of Chicago. Visitation Catholic School grew to serve more than 2000 students annually from 1905 to 1965, opening a Girls High School in 1915 to provide additional services to the community.

The Present and Future of Visitation:

Extended Day

In 1891, six Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters left their Wisconsin motherhouse to hold classes for one-hundred and seventy boys and girls in a crowded church basement. Visitation Catholic School quickly outgrew the church basement as enrollment grew weekly. In 1903 a school building was erected to meet the growing need of the Parish. Life along The Boulevard was vibrant and Visitation was the center of the Irish Catholic immigrant community that flourished on the Southside of Chicago. Visitation Catholic School grew to serve more than 2000 students annually from 1905 to 1965, opening a Girls High School in 1915 to provide additional services to the community.

The Present and Future of Visitation:

Faith

In 1891, six Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters left their Wisconsin motherhouse to hold classes for one-hundred and seventy boys and girls in a crowded church basement. Visitation Catholic School quickly outgrew the church basement as enrollment grew weekly. In 1903 a school building was erected to meet the growing need of the Parish. Life along The Boulevard was vibrant and Visitation was the center of the Irish Catholic immigrant community that flourished on the Southside of Chicago. Visitation Catholic School grew to serve more than 2000 students annually from 1905 to 1965, opening a Girls High School in 1915 to provide additional services to the community.

The Present and Future of Visitation:

Social Emotional Learning

In 1891, six Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters left their Wisconsin motherhouse to hold classes for one-hundred and seventy boys and girls in a crowded church basement. Visitation Catholic School quickly outgrew the church basement as enrollment grew weekly. In 1903 a school building was erected to meet the growing need of the Parish. Life along The Boulevard was vibrant and Visitation was the center of the Irish Catholic immigrant community that flourished on the Southside of Chicago. Visitation Catholic School grew to serve more than 2000 students annually from 1905 to 1965, opening a Girls High School in 1915 to provide additional services to the community.

The Present and Future of Visitation:

Technology

In 1891, six Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters left their Wisconsin motherhouse to hold classes for one-hundred and seventy boys and girls in a crowded church basement. Visitation Catholic School quickly outgrew the church basement as enrollment grew weekly. In 1903 a school building was erected to meet the growing need of the Parish. Life along The Boulevard was vibrant and Visitation was the center of the Irish Catholic immigrant community that flourished on the Southside of Chicago. Visitation Catholic School grew to serve more than 2000 students annually from 1905 to 1965, opening a Girls High School in 1915 to provide additional services to the community.

The Present and Future of Visitation:

Restorative Justice

In 1891, six Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters left their Wisconsin motherhouse to hold classes for one-hundred and seventy boys and girls in a crowded church basement. Visitation Catholic School quickly outgrew the church basement as enrollment grew weekly. In 1903 a school building was erected to meet the growing need of the Parish. Life along The Boulevard was vibrant and Visitation was the center of the Irish Catholic immigrant community that flourished on the Southside of Chicago. Visitation Catholic School grew to serve more than 2000 students annually from 1905 to 1965, opening a Girls High School in 1915 to provide additional services to the community.

The Present and Future of Visitation:

Extracurricular Activities

In 1891, six Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters left their Wisconsin motherhouse to hold classes for one-hundred and seventy boys and girls in a crowded church basement. Visitation Catholic School quickly outgrew the church basement as enrollment grew weekly. In 1903 a school building was erected to meet the growing need of the Parish. Life along The Boulevard was vibrant and Visitation was the center of the Irish Catholic immigrant community that flourished on the Southside of Chicago. Visitation Catholic School grew to serve more than 2000 students annually from 1905 to 1965, opening a Girls High School in 1915 to provide additional services to the community.

The Present and Future of Visitation:

Summer Programs

In 1891, six Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters left their Wisconsin motherhouse to hold classes for one-hundred and seventy boys and girls in a crowded church basement. Visitation Catholic School quickly outgrew the church basement as enrollment grew weekly. In 1903 a school building was erected to meet the growing need of the Parish. Life along The Boulevard was vibrant and Visitation was the center of the Irish Catholic immigrant community that flourished on the Southside of Chicago. Visitation Catholic School grew to serve more than 2000 students annually from 1905 to 1965, opening a Girls High School in 1915 to provide additional services to the community.

The Present and Future of Visitation: