Life at Mercy High School 

      “Mercy is a place to make friends, a place to make memories,
a place to laugh, and a place to find who you really are.” – Mercy Student

At Mercy High School, students get involved! With social activities, sports, concerts, clubs, dances and proms, service projects, assemblies, musicals and plays, and class trips and events, there is always something going on! Mercy provides endless opportunities for girls to explore their interests, develop their special talents, learn to lead, discover new experiences, give to others and have fun!

 

Every Mercy student is encouraged to participate in class, school and club activities to enhance her high school experience. There is something for everyone at Mercy. Students are also encouraged to form new clubs to match their particular interests and skills.

 

Learning to Lead

“Mercy women know how to lead by example for those who follow or those who have lost their way. Being a woman of Mercy is about how you carry yourself and act when no one is looking.” - Mercy Student

Mercy High School prepares women to be leaders - leaders in the classroom, in campus ministry, on the athletic fields, in community service, and in their class, club and school activities. Each summer, members of the new senior class are invited to participate in Go The Mile, an overnight experience designed to prepare them to be the leaders in their school. During Go The Mile, the seniors write the mission statement that will guide them as leaders during the coming school year.

Student Leaders’ Mission Statement
Class of 2020
“Go the Mile 20”, June, 2019


We, the Class of 2020, promise to keep a spirit of community and compassion sacred throughout our time of leadership.  We promise to lead our sisters onward with both a passion for work and a bravery for experience.  We will do our very best to adapt and cater to those around us each step of the way as we pave the path for future leaders.  We pledge to continue forward, regardless of the obstacles that may lie ahead and will forever hold close the spirit of Mercy. 
 

 

Student Leadership Organizations

National Honor Society

The National Honor Society recognizes superior scholarship, outstanding service, leadership and character in Mercy juniors and seniors.  The McAuley Chapter of the National Honor Society sponsors service projects for Mercy High School and the community.  Members sponsor the Souper Bowl Food Drive and Red Cross Blood Drive, tutor other students at Mercy and in community centers, and collect gifts for social service agencies at Christmas and Easter. 

Moderators, Ms. Daniela Aparo and Mrs. Lynn Naumann

Peer Ministry

Peer Ministry is a year-long experience for seniors designed to build Christian leadership skills and enhance their personal and spiritual awareness. Peer Ministry provides Mercy with a team of spiritual leaders able to minister in the areas of liturgy, prayer, liturgical services, retreats, and in all other areas of spiritual need at Mercy. Peer Ministers are also expected to be of service in their own parishes and outside the Mercy community.

Moderator: Ms. Ann Derbacher, Campus Minister

Student Activities Council

The Mercy High School Student Activities Council promotes school spirit through fun activities such as Spirit Days, Cake Auction, Walkathon, Talent Show, and dances with Xavier High School. They also plan the Father/Daughter Dance and the Mother/Daughter Mass and Brunch. Students enjoy all-school activities and also build their own class spirit through friendly competitions!

Moderator, Ms. Ann Drewry