Visit Mercy

We welcome you to learn about and  join the
Circle of Mercy! 

Spending time at Mercy is the best way to learn more about the school, faculty and other students! Whether you perfer an in person or virual visit there are many opitons to see what makes Mercy High School unique.  Interested students and their families are welcome to schedule an personal tour, spend a "Morning at Mercy" or visit to anytime by appointment.  



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We chose Mercy for the academics. I love that Mercy is about the girls… it’s about empowering the girls.” - Mercy Parent

It’s all about the fit! The best way for a student to determine if Mercy High School is right for her is to visit the school and see for herself!

Pre-HSPT Entrance Exam

The HSPT (High School Placement Test) is the test Mercy High requires for acceptance and placement into our academic program.  The Pre-HSPT practice exam gives current 7th graders an opportunity to prepare for the HSPT by familiarizing themselves with the test content and structure as well as offering insight on their performance. 

Each student will receive a comprehensive scoring report providing feedback and identifying strengths and areas for improvement. 

The exam for the Class of 2026 is scheduled for Saturday, April 24, 2021 at 9 a.m.

(The exam will be given virtually)

**Students who achieved in 90th national percentile or higher were given a $500 Scholarship at Mercy for the 2021-2022 academic year pending acceptance in November 2021. 

Click here To register

Mornings at Mercy

Experience what it is like to attend an all-girls school! Gain an understanding of what happens at a Catholic college preparatory high school during the day. Explore a learning environment that supports personal growth and leadership development in the classroom, on the playing fields and through clubs and activities. 

Who: Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Grade Girls, or high school students considering a transfer to Mercy, and families

What: Meet students, faculty, school guidance counselors and administrators. Tour the campus and visit classrooms. Dine in the Mercy Commons cafeteria and visit the school store!

Where: Mercy High School or Zoom (Virtual)

When: 8:30 – 10:30 a.m.
Select dates September – May

How: Select your day and Register online


Personal Tours

Families may schedule individual tours in person or virtually at any time! 

Select your day and register online 



Mercy Girl for a Day 

 We encourage any student in 8th grade or students considering transferring to become a “Mercy Girl for a Day”. Each visiting student spends the day shadowing a current Mercy student with similar interests, follows her class schedule, meets her friends, has lunch in the cafeteria and gets a great feel for what a day at Mercy is like. 

Mercy Girl for a Day has been revamped for the 2020-2021 school year to meet the Mercy High School COVID Management Plan.  We are now offering the "Inside Look" Program.  This program is for 7th and 8th grade students who are interested in learning what a day at Mercy High School is like. Space is limited to three students per day.

When: 8:00 – 11:30 a.m. on select dates this fall

How: Select your day and register online 


Discover Mercy 

Discover Mercy is a Saturday morning program offered in the spring for fifth, sixth and seventh grade girls and their parents, to get their first look at Mercy by enjoying activities and informal conversations with Mercy students, parents, administrators and faculty.


Please take advantage of every opportunity to visit Mercy!

Director of Admissions: Mrs. Mary-Clare Wamester

Tel. 860-346-6659 x115
Fax 860-344-9887