Visit Our School
Be a Blue Streak for a Day!
We encourage all 8th grade girls or older to visit us and see what a typical high school day is like at Magnificat. Visit days are a great way for a prospective student to meet our students, faculty and administrators, and to tour our facilities. Please note that we do have designated 7th grade visit days every spring. Parents who wish to remain for a tour of the school in the morning should please contact Mrs. Hannah Summerville-Miller, Assistant Director of Enrollment.
Visit Days for the 2019-2020 school year have ended. Please check back in August of 2020 to register for a Fall visit day.
- Arrive at 7:45 a.m., entering through the Main Entrance (off of Hilliard Blvd.) Upon arrival you will be greeted by Student Ambassadors.
- Feel free to wear your school uniform or khakis, dress pants, a skirt or a dress (no jeans or sweats please).
- Lunch is on us! Magnificat provides students with a lunch pass to the cafeteria, but feel free to bring money for the bookstore.
- The school day is from 8 a.m.-3:10 p.m.
During the winter months, please watch the local news for notification that Magnificat is closed. In the event that Magnificat is closed, we will contact you to reschedule your appointment.
7th-Grade Visit Days
Dear 7th Grade Visit Day Participants,
On March 11, Magnificat High School announced our plans to cancel upcoming events in light of Governor DeWine's recommendation to cancel or postpone large, indoor gatherings in response to Coronavirus (COVID-19). The 7th Grade Visit Days scheduled for March 19, March 31, April 1, and April 3 have been canceled. Out of an abundance of caution, we do not plan to reschedule these visit days.
For more information about Magnificat’s response to the Coronavirus and canceled events, visit www.magnificaths.org/coronavirus.
We appreciate your understanding, and we look forward to our participants coming back to visit as 8th graders in the fall.