Visit Mercy!

Spending time at Mercy is the best way to learn more about the school, teachers and other students! Prospective students and their families are welcome to visit at almost any time by appointment.

"Mercy Girl For a Day"

Mercy encourages any student considering Mercy to become a “Mercy Girl For a Day” during the months of late September to early May. Seventh grade students may visit beginning February 1st.

Each visiting student spends the day with a Mercy student with similar interests, follows her class schedule, meets her friends, has lunch in the cafeteria and gets a great feel for what it’s like to go to Mercy. Students check in at the main office at 7:45 a.m. and pick up an information package, including a voucher for lunch.

They are greeted by Mercy Student Ambassadors and are off to class for the day! This is the perfect time to ask questions about what it’s like to attend an all girl school, take religion classes, the amount of homework to expect in high school, etc. The day ends at 2:00 p.m.

Interested eighth graders, as well as those already enrolled in high school, should complete the online registration form. This form also includes information regarding drop off and pick up times, dress for the day (no jeans please), and lunch. Seventh grade students may visit starting starting in January


Discover what makes us the top rated all girls catholic high school

in the Hartford, New Haven & Middlesex, CT Counties.


Register Online for Mercy Girl For a Day

Please join us for "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 their families


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

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

 Select your day and Register online


 Athletic Events

Families may attend any of the sporting events to see the Mercy Tigers in action! Check the Athletics page for schedules.

 Fine Arts Events

Families may attend the Mercy/Xavier Drama Club Fall Drama & Spring Musical, the Mercy High School Winter & Spring Concerts and the Mercy/Xavier Show Choir "Vocal Dimension" Concert. Check the website for schedules!


Families may schedule individual tours at any time by contacting the Director of Admissions:



School Cancellation and Remote Learning Information 
Mercy High School is closed March 16 - May 20, 2020


Registration for summer programs continues.  
If any program is not held on campus or remotely, refunds will be granted.  
Click on Summer 2020 (blue menu bar) on the home page to view all programs and classes.