Choosing a high school is a big decision, but we know you're ready to invest in your daughter's future. We understand it takes financial planning and considerable sacrifices for many families. Our goal is to help make the planning process as seamless as possible.

While the tuition is $17,500, the total cost to educate each Mercy student is $21,960. This tuition gap of $4,460 is filled thanks to grant funding and generous donors.


Additional costs include an application fee, registration, books, uniforms, testing services, international student fees, and some fees for specific courses and activities. Mercy is a bring your own device (students bring their own laptops/devices) campus. 

CHET 529 Savings Program

As of January 1, 2018, the Connecticut Higher Education Trust (CHET) allows up to $10,000 per year, per student, to be withdrawn - free from federal tax - from a 529 plan for tuition expenses at private or religious high schools. 

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Academic Scholarships are awarded to approximately seventeen incoming freshwomen who achieve the highest scores on the Entrance Exams offered at Mercy in November. Scholarship award recipients are notified in late December.

Additional scholarships and financial aid are available based on need. New families, including those with students applying to the Class of 2028 and students transferring to Mercy, may apply for financial aid online starting October 1. The deadline for financial aid applications is December 15.

Grant Aid Assessment   Tuition Management Info   Parent online application portal 

All returning families may apply for financial aid online beginning Jan 1, and the deadline is March 1.

Applications received after the deadlines are reviewed on a rolling basis.

 

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Coming this March to Randolph Road...
 
A special 60th Anniversary performance of "The Sound of Music" by the Mercy and Xavier Drama program! On Friday, March 8, Saturday, March 9, and Sunday, March 10, all are welcome to join us in the Mercy Auditorum.