You are invited to Mercy High School for our Catholic Schools Week Mass and Heart of Mercy Kick-Off Wednesday, January 31 at 9:30am in the Auditorium. Worship with us! Catholic Schools Week 2018 observes the theme of "Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed."
Dear Mercy Families,
You are cordially invited to join the Sisters of Mercy, Mercy moms, dads, students and alumnae at 10am Sunday, February 11, 2018 for Mass at the Mercy Center's Main Chapel. Celebrant will be school Chaplain Father Jerry Brzezinski. A light breakfast and refreshments will be served afterwards.
The Mercy Center is next door to the school and located at 28650 W 11 Mile Road. Enter at the Costick Drive and follow the signs to Building D. The entrance has a blue "Mercy Center" awning.
This event is open to the entire Mercy community, so please join us with your family and show your love to the Sisters of Mercy and their commitment to God.
Please be advised the following email was sent to all seniors today in regards to an upcoming alumnae luncheon event.
Dear Mercy Seniors,
Cafe Incentive Time
Load $200* or more on your Student ID card during the incentive time period January 10 - January 26, 2018 and get an extra 10% bonus per $100!
How it Works:
Bring a check for $200 and get $220 loaded onto your student ID card.
Bring a check for $300 and get $330 loaded onto your student ID card.
And so on....
The entire amount must be loaded in one transaction and amounts must be loaded in $100 increments.
Read more about the incentive here.
Questions? Contact Anne Hallberg at 248-893-3536 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Letter from the Sisters of Mercy West Midwest Community
Celebrating the Life of Sister Mary Timothy Brown, RSM
(6/27/1925 ~ 1/7/2018)
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 2018
Dear Class of 2020 Parents,
Message from Mrs. Sattler - December 4, 2017
Dear Mercy Families,
With each new week since having joined the Mercy community, I experience more of the unique traditions, talents and celebratory accomplishments that underscore why a Mercy education makes a difference.
We are pleased to start offering CPR and AED training to all of the students in our Health classes starting this school year, 2017-2018. Beginning this school year, the State of Michigan mandates that all public schools in Michigan offer this as part of the Health curriculum in 6th - 12th grades. We believe that these skills are invaluable, so we have decided to offer the instruction to our students as well, even though it is not required for us to do so.