Clubs & Activities

Mercy High School is dedicated to educating the whole person. Clubs are one way young women can pursue and share their unique interests with other like-minded students. All clubs are open to students of any grade level.

Club offerings vary from year to year depending on student interest; not all of the activities listed below will be active in a given year.

Clubs 2018-19

Animal Lovers & Rescue Club
Anime Club
American Sign Language (ASL) in Action
Arts & Crafts Club
Campus Ministry Student Team
D&D Club
Environmental Club
Equality Club
Feminist Club
Filipino Club
Film Club
Foodie Club
Girls Athletic Association (GAA)
Harry Potter Club
Heritage Club
Junior Statesmen of America (JSA)
K-Pop Club
Las Chanclas!
Makeup Media
Mass Choir
Mentor Club
Red Cross Club
Wellness Club

Honor Societies

Student Activities and Clubs Events at Mercy
  • Leadership retreats
  • Inter-school leadership social (with the other local Catholic high schools)
  • Freshman welcome activities
  • Rallies
  • Freshman Social
  • Mercy Week, culminating with Mercy Day Celebration
  • Bowl-a-Thon
  • Fall Dance
  • Door Decorating
  • Winter Semi Formal
  • Charitable Activities
  • Junior/Senior Prom
  • Unity Week and class-level Unity Days

Link Crew

Link Crew is a very special club here at Mercy that helps freshmen with the transition to High School.  The nationally acclaimed Link Crew Program works on two levels: connecting freshmen to their new community, and empowering upper classwomen to lead. Every freshman is paired up with a Link Leader who guides them through their first year at Mercy. Link Leaders have been hand-selected and trained to help ensure every student has a successful first year of high school. Our goal is to have student leaders help groom the next generation of student leaders.

Link Crew 2018
Link Crew and Freshman