Mercy High School Counseling Department Vision Statement
The Mercy High School Counseling Department strives to provide a safe and encouraging environment that celebrates and supports each student’s individual gifts, goals, and growth. This department recognizes the potential in every child and envisions a promising future for all Mercy students; filled with academic and professional achievement, meaningful personal development, and emotional well-being.
Mercy High School Counseling Department Mission Statement
The Mercy High School Counseling Department aims to provide academic and curricular guidance; personal, social, and emotional support, and post-secondary exploration and planning services. Counselors provide classroom and whole-class presentations, individual student support, and offer group counseling through our CHAT (Caring Helping Acting Talking) program. In addition to pre-scheduled meetings and presentations, Counselors are available to students by appointment and will service walk-ins when available. We strive to provide a safe and supportive space for all Mercy students; free of judgement, bias, or assumption.
Mercy Counselors value collaboration with parents and guardians and welcome such student centered communication. Parents and guardians are strongly encouraged to make an appointment if requesting to meet a Counselor remotely or in person. Information shared with Mercy Counselors, by students, remains confidential unless a student shares that they intend to harm themself, intend to harm someone else, or that someone is harming them.
- Counseling Curriculum - What to Expect Each Year
- Counseling Forms
- College Planning
- Link Crew
- Online Courses
- Alumnae Transcript Request
- Graduation Verification
|Holly Markiecki-Bennetts||10th-12th (A-G)||1513|
|10th - 12th (H-O)||1517|
|10th - 12th (P-Z)||1526|
|Tosha Willis||Counseling Support Specialist||1541|