Please note that typical OPEN HOUSE dates for the 2020-2021 school year are currently on hold.

FAMILY TOURS FOR 8TH GRADERS
 
We are excited to welcome your family for a tour of Mercy High School! 8th graders and their parents are welcome to sign-up here for a timeslot to come and tour our beautiful campus on Wednesdays beginning in October. Please be advised we are currently in our Hybrid Learning Model and Wednesdays are online remote learning days from home for the entire school, so you will not see full classes in-person during your tour.
 
Students will receive a shadow bag with Mercy spirit items. We can't wait to show you what a Mercy education can offer your daughter. Enjoy a one-on-one tour with an Admissions Director and meet members of Administration. Please note that symptom tracker submission form and masks are required. Social distancing protocols will be in effect.
 
VIRTUAL TOUR
 
Take a virtual tour of the Mercy High School campus HERE! Learn about the Mercy Difference rooted in faith, tradition, academic excellence and sisterhood.
 
STUDENT EXPERIENCE
 
View this video! Hear from students and teachers, get a sneak peek of what it’s like to learn in our classrooms and discover what it means to be a Mercy girl.

GENERAL OPEN HOUSE INFO

In a typical school year, Open House is an opportunity for families to tour Mercy High School, meet students and staff, and learn more about the curriculum. Tours generally last an hour and include short presentations made by Mercy's academic departments. Visitors also enjoy the performances of cast members from the school plays, instrumental groups, Mercy Mimes, Mercyaires and athletic teams. Families interested in attending Mercy's Open House should enter through the Auditorium entrance off Middlebelt Road. The school is located on the northeast corner of Middlebelt and 11 Mile Roads.

"We truly enjoyed meeting so many of the students and faculty members and were impressed with the fine educational opportunities available at Mercy High School. We appreciate what you are doing for the students and their families in this community by nurturing these young women to become our future leaders." ~ Mercy Family