Click here to see a photo essay on one of Mercy’s talented students.
Wearing a school ring is an everlasting tradition for many high schools. It is a unifying experience that brings classmates together and creates a common bond that lasts long past graduation. The Mercy school rings are no exception to this. Engraved with whatever the student wants, commonly the initials and
Junior Zoie Malesker diligently studies in the new Chemistry labs during her study hall.
Take a look at what Mercy’s calendar has on it for the first week back from Thanksgiving break! Mark you calendars and plan ahead for all of these fun activities.
Monday November 26
Clubs meeting after school are Show Choir, Pro-Life Club, Walking Club and Math Club.
The Varsity basketball team has a
Click here for a broadcast about the seniors’ hallway decorations.
Election Day fell on November 6 this year and it was a very big day for people across the nation. Even for those who aren’t old enough to vote yet, chances are the outcomes of the election will affect their lives in one way or another. The results of the
Spirit Week is a very exciting time of the year for the Mercy community. Occurring the week before Saturday’s Nocturne, it is full of fierce competitions, elaborate costumes, and warm and fuzzy bags. It’s a crazy time for the students and faculty and many hours go into planning the theme,
The inspirational sign hanging in the counselors’ office reminds the girls who visit of an important message.
Click here for a photo essay over the Spanish field trip.
Take a look at what this week has in store and plan ahead. The week of November 4th is a very busy week at Mercy High School!
Sunday November 4
From 12:30-3pm, the school will be open to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders who wish to come take a look around. During