Local 4 News interviewed Metro Detroit teachers to share experiences of teaching through a pandemic. English Teacher Mrs. Angela Harris-Schultheis did a wonderful job representing Mercy! Check out the interview here!

Mercy senior Jill Smith aims to continue lacrosse success in college at Michigan

When Jill Smith first took the lacrosse field in fifth grade, she was a natural. 

Throughout our 75 year history, Mercy High School has delivered an exceptional Catholic education for young women from all socio-economic backgrounds. We proudly continue this mission today and rely on the generosity of parents, alumnae, and friends. 

‘Egging’ mission helps families, organizations in SE Michigan

Woman takes children’s book, turns it into full movement for good

CLICK HERE for full story and news feature.

Did you see the New York Times article here, featuring Lea Caldwell '21 and her personal experience in applying for colleges during the pandemic? Counselor Holly Bennetts is also mentioned for the support she provides to Lea and her peers as they struggle through this time of crisis. 

The New York Times


December 8 - December 18

Dear Mercy Family,

This afternoon Governor Whitmer and Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Director Robert Gordon announced that mandatory remote learning for high school students will be extended until Sunday, December 20. As a result, the remainder of the first semester will be completed online.

As we approach the end of the semester, we would like to share the following testing and assessment time frames for your reference as decided by the Mercy Curriculum Council and Administration. 
End of the Semester Testing & Assessment Dates
Monday, December 7 - Thursday, December 17
World Language oral exams will be scheduled and take place during this time.

Read the December issue of Counseling Good News here. Features include: Important Dates; Action Items for Allies & Advocates; Dear Miss Rona; Second Semester Schedules; College Corner; P2P Page and more.