School Year End & Future Planning

End of Semester Info for Mercy Families

Class of 2020:

Congratulations to the Class of 2020! Final Grades are due Friday, May 22, at 9am. A few AP courses had extended dates, so grades will be finalized in PowerSchool on Wednesday, May 26. Final report cards will be available on the PowerSchool website only. Counselors will begin sending final transcripts to the college indicated on Naviance on Thursday, May 27. Counselors will continue to process final transcripts until June 20. After that date, please submit a transcript request through the Class of 2020 link on the Mercy website.

Class of 2021, 2022, 2023:

Final grades are due on Friday, May 29 at 9am. Final report cards will be available on PowerSchool (website only) after 3pm. 

Teacher Assignments are being finalized this week and Mercy's Scheduling Committee will begin building the master schedule. Students should check their email periodically over the summer. If there is a conflict in a schedule, a committee member will email your daughter to try and solve the conflict before the end of July. Thank you have a wonderful summer!

2020-21 School Year Planning & Survey

Thank you for the many ways you have supported your daughter's education and Mercy High School during this evolving COVID-19 pandemic. This semester has been one of the most challenging and the commitment of our outstanding community has been inspiring.

While we are all unsure what the immediate future may hold, please know we will continue to focus on our mission and work diligently on behalf of all students in planning for the 2020-2021 school year. Along with you, we look forward to a return to in-person classes and activities at Mercy High School and are aiming for this ultimate goal as well as planning for different learning model scenarios. In addition to academic excellence as we educate "the whole young woman," be assured that the health and safety of all students and staff are of utmost importance. 

We are forming a task force to cover all aspects of school life at Mercy and will evaluate and rely on the guidance and best practices of educational experts, health organizations and government directives. We are researching and considering a multitude of factors along with reviewing the success of schools already returning to class. Click here for a letter from the Superintendent of the Archdiocese of Detroit to all Catholic school families in regard to school planning for the fall.

To inform our work, please complete the brief parent survey online here. We truly value your feedback and comments.

Thank you for your dedication and flexibility these last couple months. Together, we are Mercy and we are one strong family! We wish you good health, laughter and rest during the summer. You remain in our hearts and prayers.