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Show the world that bright, fearless person you are and live Mercy. Remember your values, remember your wishes, and remember your sisters. When the world gets just a little too crazy, you have a home in Mercy and a sister in me.
5801 Fegenbush Lane is our home and the Mercy community is our family. My sisters, embrace your everlasting family and live your life through the spirit of Mercy.
I am so very lucky to call you all my family. Family is forever. Our sisterhood is forever. Mercy is forever. I love you all.
To my sisters...Mercy cannot be reduced to just one word, so here's a poem to explain just some of the things that ring true to me when I think of you.
This season is very special to me because my sister is the senior goalie on the team. Even though I have only played two years with her, those were the best moments of my life.
Despite my love for math and science, English class has become my sanctuary these past three years. It became a place where I could express myself...even if my idea is completely different from someone else.
We use these robots to solve real-life issues; we have to calculate math on the fly based on the measurement the robot gives me on my iPad.
This is one of my favorites parts of Mercy: the willingness of our teachers to help us students in any way that we need.
I was able to spend time with my Mercy friends while doing something we all love: playing lacrosse and showing our Mercy spirit to others.
Each time I met a friend, who has become a sister to me, is a favorite memory. Mercy is more than a school; it is a family.
As a freshman, I would have been completely terrified and would not have wanted the opportunity. As a senior, I understand how much I have grown, both in confidence and leadership abilities.
Looking back at my time at Mercy, I realize the value of each day and the happiness it brought me. This year, I strive to make every day a day I look forward to.
When the community of Mercy thinks of me in the future, I hope they are reminded that they are loved and appreciated, and that they have not only me, but the whole Circle of Mercy in their corner.
Remember this spirit. Remember your Mercy. Take pride in your roots, and your future will surpass even your wildest hopes.
When I look at you guys, I have so much hope for the future. I see 133 burning, bright lights that are going to go do nothing short of setting the world on fire.
It is hard to believe a school as great as Mercy can get better, but it does when you participate in extracurricular activities.
Being involved outside of the classroom is super fun because you have a little break from school and are able to do other things that you enjoy.
"Occasionally, our favorite Taylor Swift song, "All Too Well," will come on and we can't help but scream it at the top of our lungs..."
"My favorite Mercy memory of junior retreat is one I will cherish forever..."
After three and a half years at Mercy, I can confidently tell you that I have in fact found who I'm supposed to be.
I cannot wait to stand in a huddle and say another "Mercy Pride Be The Best" before running onto the court.
I am currently enrolled in Engineering and Design. It shows us all that in a field dominated by men, women DO have their place.
Mercy was destined to be my family. According to my mom, when I left that day I had the biggest smile on my face.
Yes, I did choose Mercy, but I believe that Mercy chose me. When I shadowed Mercy and visited their open house, it clicked for me...
As my senior year at Mercy begins, I cannot help but think about all the adventures that are ahead of me. Prom, senior lock-in, and my trip to the Presidential Inauguration...
"And here I was, a junior in high school, living my dream just two days a week, and it's been the coolest thing I've done so far."

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