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We are thrilled to extend our warmest greetings and introduce you to the world of Mercy Academy, where academic excellence and spiritual growth unite to shape remarkable young women.

At Mercy, tradition and innovation live in harmony in an environment that our students call home. Our rich heritage as an all-girls Catholic high school has empowered generations of students to thrive in their lives and careers while making a meaningful impact on the world around them.

As your family begins thinking more about your student's high school decision, we encourage you to visit Mercy's campus. We offer a variety of events throughout the year to provide different experiences to learn more about Mercy's culture, resources and academic programs.


Learning About Mercy

Become a Jaguar:


My Mercy Experience

I chose Mercy because as soon as I walked in the door I felt like it was my home. It was hard breaking away from familiar friend circles from middle school, but I was interested in being in a smaller, more personal setting for my high school experience. It was nice feeling like I belonged to a welcoming, inviting, and accepting group of people. The smaller community at Mercy is one of the reasons that I love Mercy the most. Fewer students allows for one-on-one learning, more leadership opportunities and closer relationships with my peers.

As a senior, I'm confident that choosing Mercy as my high school has been one of the best decisions of my life. Every morning before school, I wake up excited to show up to Mercy for the day. I look forward to seeing my friends, teachers and staff because I feel so safe and comfortable around them. It saddens me to think that in a short period of time, my days here at Mercy will come to an end, but this will forever be the greatest time of my life. I am grateful to receive an education like I have and I will forever be thankful to my mother for selflessly giving me this opportunity.

-Annabelle Ferrigno '24