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Who Will You Become
At Mercy?

Why Mercy?

Mercy students are part of a more than 90 year tradition of inspiring young women to achieve great things. Here, a girl occupies every role: every seat on student council, every position on a team, every club leadership role. Each day, our students see young women learning, growing and achieving — and take advantage of the myriad of opportunities to do the same. At Mercy, young women are known, challenged and transformed.

Be Known

Ariana Montiel ‘22 - Go Ari! She has signed her letter of commitment to play Division I Softball at Howard University. Ari has started all four years at Mercy and says, "Mercy is the best community I've ever been in." She is excited to continue her athletic career as part of the Howard University Bison.

Be Challenged

Science students engage through laboratory investigations, discussion, and collaboration. Science Teacher Nick Lendaris shared that, “The goal of our skeletal system lab was for students to leave with a holistic understanding of how the frame of their own human body is constituted.”

Be Transformed

March is an exciting time as Seniors are starting to hear back with their college admissions. Mercy graduates have been accepted to colleges and universities across the United States and abroad. Mercy’s Class of 2021 (116 students) were offered over $14.5 million in scholarships.

Happening On Campus

Class of 2022 Graduation: Sunday, June 5th at 2PM (St. Pius Church) - Join us via Live Stream by visiting our Graduation Events page!

By The Numbers


Given as College Scholarships to the Class of 2021


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Creative Courses


AP/Honors Courses


14 Sports / 22 Teams


AP Courses


Mercy Sister schools globally


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Leadership Opportunities


"Best of Both Worlds"

Find Your Future With Mercy