Mercy Volleyball standout Julia Bishop '21 was named First Team Under Armour All-American!

As a senior setter, Julia has helped lead the team in a 2019 State Championship and helped win 26 straight to start the 2020 season. She is committed to play at Michigan State University and has more than 5,000 assists in her four-year career on Mercy Varsity Volleyball.

Parent Teacher Conferences are scheduled to take place virtually via Zoom Wednesday, October 21st 9-11:30am, 1:00-3:30pm and 5-7pm. Five minute conferences with teachers will be scheduled using an online registration tool Counselors will schedule 15 minute meetings.

In order to schedule a parent-teacher conference, visit the following link and follow all registration directions:

On Monday, October 26 and Tuesday, October 27 Mercy, students and staff, will come together to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness & Support. This is an annual fundraiser at Mercy students and staff will be able to pay $5 to be out of uniform, but you must wear PINK. Monday and Tuesday will be all about the color PINK! 
Proceeds will go to Angel Pillow Project, Beaumont Hospital Sharing & Caring and St. Mary Mercy Hospital Marian Women's Center.
For $5 donation, students may wear:

You can make a difference while you shop Amazon Prime Day deals, Tuesday, October 13 and Wednesday, October 14.

Picture Retake Day
Picture day is Monday Oct. 26 and Tuesday Oct. 27. Photographers will be in the lobby from 7:45 - 11:30 a.m. for students who didn't get their school picture taken earlier or for those needing picture retakes. Please remember to bring the previous picture package to the retakes.
Yearbook and Parent Ads
Dear Mercy Parents/Guardians, 
Understanding college financial aid is an integral part of the college planning and application process. To better serve Mercy families this year, we are bringing this information to you virtually through two pre-recorded presentations specifically designed for Mercy families.

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Back in 1999, Jenny Borowiec made a hole-in-one for Farmington Hills Mercy. Two years later, her sister, Erin, also accomplished the feat.

Those were the last aces in program history.

That is, until Sept. 24 and Sept. 28, when Chloe Vig did it. Yes, both days.

Vig, a sophomore at Mercy who has been playing competitive golf for less than two years, made two holes-in-one in a five-day span — doing twice in less than a week what many far more accomplished golfers wait their whole lives to do just once.

When Mercy took the court against Marian Wednesday night, it had yet to fall from the peak that last season’s state championship brought the program. 

The Marlins held a 22-game win streak heading into the match, having lost only one set all season — against Stoney Creek Sept. 11 in a tournament game. 

However, when facing the Mustangs, no matter where each team is at, games always seem to be close.