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Mercy Scholar Program

Mercy Scholars is an opportunity for gifted students to continue their studies outside the classroom. The program requires students to maintain a 3.8 GPA and take a minimum of three AP classes. Scholars have opportunities to participate in academic competitions outside of Mercy, research independent topics they are passionate about and present their findings, explore local museums, participate in round-table discussions, etc.

To learn more about Mercy Scholars, please contact Abby Kremer.

Check out a few research projects from graduates of our graduated Mercy Scholars:

Strike a Pose: Vogue by Emma Cook
Mentor: Mrs. Peavler

Limitations to Incarceration by Gabriella Veliky
Mentor: Mrs. Sims

Fighting the Stigma and Stereotypes of Schizophrenia by Jenna Kelly
Mentor: Mr. Burton

Analysis and Utilization of Imprinting Behaviors in the Common Duck by Emma Grace Hague
Mentor: Mr. Burton

The Advantageous Effects of Music on the Development of the Human Mind by Jenna Money
Mentor: Mrs. Schoenbachler

Financial Literacy: A Key to a Successful Future by Kayla Bauer
Mentor: Mrs. Glaser

The Effects of Color on Memory by Julia Lanham
Mentor: Mrs. Schoenbachler

Misrepresentation of Assistance Animals and its Effect by Sam Federspiel
Mentor: Mrs. Shanks