Mercy Girls Love to Learn

Meet Our Team

As Mercy’s Admission Team, we look forward to sharing with you all that makes Mercy an outstanding choice for high school to 400 girls from throughout the Peninsula and San Francisco.

As a prospective student, the best way to learn about Mercy is to visit our campus. This is an exciting time to be a Mercy girl and part of a community of young women making a difference every day. At Mercy, we pride ourselves on preparing students for college, for life, and to find the passion within themselves that will carry them forward into the world as a woman of faith, confidence, and integrity.

We look forward to getting to know you!

Have a general question? Feel free to contact the Office of Admission at or 650-762-1114.

Learn more about our Shadow Program, Open House and Coffee and Conversation

Director of Admission

Patricia Glasser, Director of Admission

Patricia is in her ninth year at Mercy, the past three of those in the Admission Office, plus five with the Advancement department. Prior to coming to Mercy, Patricia worked in Advancement for Catholic Charities/CYO and in Admission and as Registrar at Convent of the Sacred Heart, her alma mater. Patricia holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Creighton University. She is the parent of a Mercy alumna from the Class of 2016 and a Serra senior, as well as two bulldog puppies! In her spare time she enjoys singing barbershop harmony and doing puzzles.

Patricia has a deep passion for Mercy education and looks forward to sharing this passion with prospective families.

Please contact Patricia at or 650.762.1113

Assistant Director of Admission

Elizabeth (Reardon) Agler '90
As an alumna, Elizabeth brings personal experience of how the core values of Mercy positively impacted her life. While attending Mercy, Elizabeth learned the value of volunteering in the community, and grew in her Catholic faith. Mercy instilled in her the importance of academic excellence. This later helped her achieve a master's degree in Biological Anthropology and launch a successful career in biotech. Mercy also provided a unique and nurturing environment in which Elizabeth developed into into a well-rounded individual. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to give back to this amazing institution. When not on the Mercy campus, Elizabeth spends time with her family, volunteering with Girl Scouts, gardening, and creating mosaics.

"I loved my time at Mercy and would welcome the chance to share my story with prospective students."

If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact Elizabeth at or 650-762-1175.