Mercy High School Admissions Information  
March 2017  
Class of 2021

Welcome to Mercy! All accepted students and families, please make note of these important upcoming dates:

Make-Up New Student Information Night
Monday, April 10, 2017 

Make-Up Registration
Thursday, April 27, 2017 
Media Center

To pick a time slot, visit:
You will be asked for an Entry Code, please enter 8CV1184908.

2017-2018 Grade 9 Course Catalog

Math Placement Test Information - Required
No pre-registration required.
Algebra 1 / Honors Algebra
Tuesday, April 25 or Wednesday, April 26
3:00pm - 4:00pm

Geometry / Geometry Honors
Monday, May 15 or Tuesday, May 16
3:00pm - 4:00pm
More info here

Class of 2021 Fun Fair
Friday, May 5, 2017
Gymnasium / Auditorium Entrance

Class of 2021 Parent Party
Friday, May 5, 2017
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Save the Dates
August 3 - In person fall sports registration
August 9 - Tryouts for fall sports
August 18 - Technology Orientation
August 21 - Class of 2021 Orientation with Link Crew

Applications are still being accepted and processed. If you cannot attend the April registration and need to make special arrangements, please contact us at or 248.476.2484.
Spend a Day at Mercy!

It's not too late to take a look at Mercy! 7th and 8th grade students are invited to spend one school day at Mercy to experience our environment. Take a tour and see the amazing campus, attend classes, meet students and teachers, enjoy a complimentary lunch, and experience life at Mercy firsthand.

To schedule a shadow visit day, please submit the online Shadow a Student Day Request form at least 3 days in advance.

Please note that space is limited each day and visits must be scheduled through a parent. Shadow Days will run through May 12. There will be no shadows on Wednesdays.
Congratulations, Mercy MARLINS!


Ice Hockey won the 2017 Division 1 State Championship and Basketball finished as State Quarter-finalists after winning the Catholic League, Districts and Regionals.
We are Mercy!

Check out headlines and highlights here.

Champion Pompon & Dance Team Try Outs

Congrats to the Mercy Pompon & Dance Team who won the Catholic League Championship! Listed below is information about upcoming try outs for next school year. 
Dance is a two-season sport. Try-outs for the 2017-18 Mercy Dance Team will be Wednesday, May 10; Thursday, May 11; and Friday, May 12. Click here for informational flyer. The team begins practices in September and goes through the end of February.

Pompon is a two-season sport. Try-outs for the 2017-18 Mercy Pom Team will be Monday, May 8; Tuesday, May 9; and Friday, May 12. Click here for informational flyer. The team begins practices in September and goes through the end of February.
Passport to France 2017

Mercy High School's French Department, French Honor Society and French Club sponsored the Passport to France program last month. This program welcomed 28 7th and 8th grade girls who were interested in learning about the French language and culture. This experience provided the participants a very fun and interactive morning of French immersion.

Our visitors were paired up with "une amie française", a current Mercy French student who assumed the role of guide for the day, who escorted our "tourists" on a virtual tour of Paris, a visit to the Musée d'Orsay, a lesson of French conversation, a French music and dance lesson and ending with a demonstration of how to make a French "crêpe".

Mercy upper level French students were the official guides of each of the segments. All students were able to enjoy a sampling of French cuisine throughout the day. Prizes were handed out based on the lessons learned throughout the morning of Immersion during the French luncheon of quiche, salade, pâtisseries, chocolats and crêpes. We thank our team, all student volunteers, French Honor Society officers (Grace Denomme, Jordyn Kreutcher, Karina Lloyd, Allison Lapinski), Faculty (Madame Campbell, Madame Corte, Madame Iacobell), our Maintenance staff (Mr. Bank, Mr. Finney), who participated and helped make the day very engaging and successful. We especially thank the Mercy parent crew who generously donated their time before and after the event: Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Lloyd, Mrs. Salah, Mrs. Kreutcher, Mr. and Mrs. Vinarcik, Mr. Card, Mrs. Dickow-Surowiec, Mrs. Beasley.

In addition, we are most grateful to the Stus family for donating our new Passport to France banner, designed by Cayla Stus, a French 1 student. This provided a warm welcome to all participants in the program. The day was very successful due to the joint cooperative efforts of all who LOVE all things French! Merci Beaucoup Mille Fois!!!!
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