SAVE THE DATES - Stay connected to https://www.mhsmi.org/other/school-calendar for more 2019-20 school calendar dates.
  
August 1 - Fall sports email registration deadline

CONGRATULATIONS MERCY STUDENTS ON MAKING HONOR ROLL Semester 2 2018-19 school year.

 

Mercy High School summer hours June 1 through August 13 for the Business Office and Advancement Office:
  • 8:30 am - 2:30 pm

*Please note the building is closed Thursday, July 4. Normal Reception Area hours will resume August 14th, 7:30 am - 3:30pm.

2019-20 Mercy Uniform Information
 
Mercy uniform attire is available for purchase exclusively from Educational Outfitters. All grades wear banded white or maroon polo tops (short or long sleeve), banded white blouses (short or long sleeve), and black sweaters (cardigan, v-neck or vest).
 

Dear Class of 2020 Parents/Guardians,

As the students wind down the school year and look forward to the summer days ahead, we also need to direct our attention to applying to college and some of the preparation that can take place during the summer months. There are a number of layers to this process and the Counseling Staff is here to assist you and your daughter as she works to complete each application. To begin, we hope to provide your family with the information needed to successfully navigate through the nuances of the application process.

ACT Bootcamp Course at Mercy

Dear Class of 2020 and Class of 2021 Parents,

Mercy Counseling is once again proud to partner with College Quest to offer a 4 session ACT Bootcamp Course to prepare for the June or July ACT Exam. Class will run from 11:00am-1:00pm on June 3rd - June 6th at Mercy.

There are very limited spots available for this class - so make sure you register early! The class will close once the first 25 registrations are received. Please bring registration forms and payment (payable to College Quest) to the Counseling Office.

END OF THE SEMESTER DATES & POLICIES

GRADE 12 CLASS OF 2019

Dear Friends of Mercy,
 
Mercy High School has an exciting opportunity to offer an Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science Principles course for the 2019-2020 school year. This introductory class is based on the award-winning University of California Berkeley CS10 course and is adapted specifically for high schools.
 

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