Source: Click On Detroit Channel 4

Author: 4Frenzy

Daria Rorick wins 4Frenzy Award for Favorite Sophomore

Favorite Subject: Science, mostly Biology

Favorite place in Northville: Custard Time with friends

Favorite Artist: Country music; Thomas Rhett or Morgan Wallen

Role Model: Dad because he is very busy but he always finds time for his family

Source: Mercy High School

Author: Mercy High School

Mercy alumna visual arts teacher and department chair, Ms. Susan Smith '84, was selected as this year’s recipient of the Inspiring Art Teacher Scholastic Award. Students cited Ms. Smith’s commitment to art education and the customized support she dedicates to each student as the reason she was overwhelmingly nominated. Congratulations to Ms. Smith on this well-deserved professional recognition!

Source: Hometown Life

Author: Colin Gay

Gary Morris, like many head coaches, is focused on the day-to-day journey of a season. The 15-year head coaching veteran at Mercy High School tries not to dwell on long-term goals or what "could be." The focus is on the next game. 

But when looking at his current roster, he can’t help but think back on 2013. 

Source: Mercy High School

Author: Susan Smith

Regional Scholastic Art Awards Competition 2019-2020

Congratulations to the 19 students from Mercy’s Art Department who won 36 awards in this year’s Regional Scholastic Art Awards competition.

Special congratulations to seniors Angela Rea and Lili Omilian who had award winning portfolios. Angela’s portfolio made finalist status and will compete in New York City for talent scholarships.

Source: Prepare U

Author: Prepare U

The results were dramatic, with students reporting a significant positive mental and emotional impact

Source: The Detroit News

Author: David Goricki

Farmington Hills — In the fall, it was all about finesse and skill for Julia Bishop, who helped Farmington Hills Mercy to its first state volleyball championship along with the nation’s top player, Michigan-bound outside hitter Jess Mruzik.

Source: C & G News

Author: Zachary Manning

FARMINGTON HILLS –– The emotion was hard to miss as former Farmington Hills Mercy volleyball player Jess Mruzik walked into the school's auditorium.

Source: State Champs Sports Network

Author: Matthew Mowery

FARMINGTON HILLS — It might be a while until Jess Mruzik trusts any requests she gets from her former athletic director at Farmington Hills Mercy, Nancy Malinowski, and her parents, Jeff and Jackie.

Source: Hometown Life

Author: Colin Gay

Awesome. Incredible. Selfless. 

When asked to describe Jess Mruzik, these are the words that came to the minds of her former Mercy Volleyball teammates. However, for junior outside hitter Charli Atiemo, one word encapsulated every feeling: superhero. 

“I thank God every day that I was able to live this with her,” Atiemo said. 

Source: Gatorade Pressbox

Author: Gatorade Pressbox News & Announcements