The dance team strikes a pose during their fun “Mamma Mia” senior night dance.
Mercy High School is a diverse community full of well-rounded students who are involved in a wide variety of activities. Whether it be clubs, sports, or the fine arts, there is something that will appeal to all interests. Coming from their grade schools, the incoming freshmen can either join the
As the school year comes to a close we must say goodbye to the seniors. Mercy’s theater department was sad to tell them goodbye but all good things must come to an end. Watch this video to see how the night went.
This year's sophomore class just performed their talent show. The theme was "Do it for the Vine", named after Vine which is a 7 second clip of a humorous video. To incorporate Vine in the show, the sophomores included Vines between some of the acts. They also included a compilation
The only thing better than singing is more singing. Take a look at this photo essay if you want to get a glimpse into what District Music is really like!
Mercy's choir competed at District Music on Friday, April 20th. Mercy High Singers had worked diligently to prepare for their upcoming performance. They worked on their solos, duets, ensembles, and octets and then came the day for them to compete. The girls took a bus to Platteview where they could
Listen to senior Faith Santiago sing "The Black Swan" by Monetti at the Omaha District Music Festival.
Check out this broadcast about the spring play, The Girls of the Garden Club! If you love 80’s soap opera drama mixed in with humor and female leads then you will enjoy this broadcast covering the production!
The 1980’s, Garden Clubs, and Drama from Bianca Santiago on Vimeo.
This past weekend April 13-15 Mercy performed Girls of the Garden Club. With a cast and crew of about 40 students, this comedic play had everyone dying of laughter. To see the flower power click on the photo essay below.
Take a look at this photo essay about art around Mercy!