Continuity of E-LEARNING
We are exceedingly proud of the adaptability and resilience shown by our students, parents, faculty and staff during these successful weeks of Mercy E-LEARNING. We are evaluating and will make necessary adjustments to the academic program and school life calendar, including senior events, to best serve our students. These details will be communicated early next week.

With our model in place to continue E-LEARNING through the remainder of the school year, a reminder of current dates is as follows:
  • E-LEARNING continues through April 7
  • Easter Break No School April 8 - 14
  • E-LEARNING resumes April 15 
In case you missed it, please read the full Mercy Administration school closure update April 2 email here . We recognize there has been an abundance of information provided to students and parents. Here are links below to resources and FAQ, which are continuously updated to address recent concerns.

Together, We Are Mercy!
Valedictorian & Salutatorian Finalists
We are proud to announce proud to announce the Class of 2020 Valedictorian is Angela Rea and Salutatorian is Asha Telang . CONGRATULATIONS to all the extraordinary finalists!
Charlotte Bridges
Katherine Broderick
Camille Compton
Paige Dalloo
Marissa Ernat
Grace Fadool
Rachel Glowzinski
Katherine Hutter
Madison Konja
Juliana Petrucci
Natalynn Qaji
Isabelle Sawicki
Zobia Wasiullah
Elyse Zurawski
This distinction considers not only academic record, but also leadership, service, and extracurricular involvement as well as staff and senior class input.
Athletics Accolades
Congratulations to these Catholic High School League basketball honorees!
Julia Bishop '21
Alexis Roberts '21

Maddie Kenney '21
Maya White '23

Central Division Coach of the Year
Mr. Gary Morris

MLive’s 2019-20 girls basketball Dream Team
Second Team
Julia Bishop '21
Honorable Team
Maddie Kenney '21, Alexis Roberts '21, Ellie Tisko '21, Maya White '23

Division 1 All-State Honorable Mention
Julia Bishop '21

Read special feature here of recap of basketball's successful season!

Congrats Michigan Girls High School Hockey League All-State Winners!
2nd Team: Maggie Murphy '21
Honorable Mention: Sydney Takla '20, Kayla Gendjar '23, Ashley Manning '22, Grace Reeber '21 and Daria Rorick '22

Way to go, Jess Mruzik '20 for being selected as a Nominee for the DAC Michigan High School Athlete of the Year!

Figure Skating
Abigail Maroun '23 wins 4Frenzy 2020 Winter Fan Choice Award. Read all about it  here .
Thank You!
Shout out and thank you to the Mercy Science Department, Maintenance Department and Robotics Team for donating goggles and gloves to the following hospitals to help medical workers on the front line: Henry Ford Hospital (West Bloomfield); Ascension Hospital System and Beaumont Services.
Essay Winners
Cotter Welch '21 was awarded second place for the Maryknoll Fathers Courageous Missionaries Essay contest. Students were asked to write an essay explaining how and with whom they share the Good News of God’s love. Congratulations, Cotter for being a shining light with your powerful words!
Congratulations to Julianna Tague '22 who earned a Scholastic Art & Writing Award Gold Key for her personal memoir “The Candy Cane Walls." This is Julianna's second Gold Key and we are so very proud of her recognition and powerful writing!
Awesome Art
Congratulations to these outstanding artists! Madelynn Hetherington '21 won a national silver medal in the Scholastic Art Competition for her photography titled Architectural Contrasts. Angela Rea '20 won a national silver medal for her portfolio titled Figures in Fabric.
Please read the April edition of Good News Counseling Newsletter with features: " How Are You Feeling;" E-LEARNING Days; Tips for Working and Studying at Home; Course Registration; College Corner; and the ABC's of Self-Care.
Let's go Mercy, the Community Donation Drive is underway now through May 1st!

This year Mercy is faced with yet another major challenge because all activities, including fundraisers, are currently at a halt. As a result, the annual Sweepstakes Drive, which we use to directly pay expenses and enhance programs that tuition alone does not cover, has been modified to the  Mercy Community Drive . With the current unprecedented situation, there will not be tickets to sell. Instead, we are asking that each and every family still contribute $175, or more when possible, per student to uphold their Enrollment Agreement. 

We can accomplish the Mercy Community Drive goal together and keep Mercy strong to serve young women into the future. The world needs women of Mercy today more than ever! If you have any questions, please contact Gina Gray at .
Campus Ministry is providing some thoughtful Mercy Ministry Minute video reflections from members of our Mercy Community to keep us grounded in Spirit. Please enjoy and view video links here . If you are interested in creating a Mercy Ministry Minute, please contact .
Feel like you're hanging with your Mercy sisters in the Cafe and view this week's video announcements from the Student Government Executive Board.
As part of our Mercy value of service, we are reaching out to the community with two service projects in the event you are interested.

Do You Have Needed Supplies?
We are enormously grateful for our ability to react to the consequences of the COVID-19 crisis and the support we were able to provide for continued student instruction. Much of this preparedness is due to the partnership we have with the Farmington Hills Police and Fire Department. Over the past two years, these emergency service teams have unselfishly helped Mercy administration to further strengthen our emergency operations plan. At this time, our friends working in Farmington emergency services need our help

If you work in painting, drywall, pesticides or home projects, please check to see if you have the following protective gear products and click here for more detailed information :

  • 3M or Honeywell half masks and/or cartridges (even expired would be accepted).
  • Any NIOSH approved canisters or filters (N95, P95, P100)
  • Thermometers, disposable gloves and disinfectant wipes

If you are able to donate, please deliver items to 31455 W. 11 Mile Road, Fire Station 5. Donations may be left in the vestibule.  

Perhaps you, or someone you know has connections to a business they may be able to assist in procuring such items. Please contact with any help you may be able to provide.

Can you sew? Do you know of a facility in need?
Some Mercy teachers are coordinating the construction and delivery of medical masks to our local first responders and medical personnel in need. We're specifically looking for people who can sew on a machine and have or are willing to purchase basic materials; however, we may also need people to help coordinate or deliver masks.

Do you want to help? Do you have a sewing machine and can lend your skills? Do you know of a facility in need? There are more and more everyday. Please complete forms below and someone will contact you to follow up.
Thank you to Campus Ministry for hosting an online virtual prayer service to honor all the amazing healthcare workers, first line responders, and those serving our communities. Here is the opening prayer which was followed by music, candle lighting, Gospel reading, petitions and reflections.

The state of our daily lives is unparalleled, yet You remain the same. We scramble to react and prepare for an unprecedented situation in the medical field. Healthcare workers are facing unimaginable circumstances at this critical moment in history. While many of us have been inconvenienced in both minor and devastating ways, the brave individuals who continue to go to work to fight the pandemic on the front lines face a difficult and scary daily reality.

For those facing COVID-19 head on, their family and friends wait in the wings in dedicated prayer lingering each day for promises of hope and healing for our nation and our world. When we picture them, let us know unequivocally they are a child of the one True God, created with purpose to bring glory and honor to Your name. We lift our healthcare and other essential workers up to You, God.
Financial Aid
Families must apply for Financial Aid each new school year. Tuition Assistance is awarded on the basis of financial need as determined by the successful completion of a FACTS Management Grant and Aid Assessment application . The application may be found at . In order to be considered for financial aid for the 2020-21 school year, you must complete and submit the required application by the April 30, 2020 deadline. In response to inquiries, please visit FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS here and for detailed information.

Scholarship Opportunity for students entering the 11th or 12th grade for 2020-2021 School Year
The Mary Gregory Memorial Scholarship Foundation is generously offering a scholarship to Mercy students who will be entering the 11th or 12th grade in the 2020-2021 school year. (TMGMSF) a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization was formed to support female individuals, driven by a passion to reach out to those in need and help them in their needs. This scholarship will be applied to tuition for the 2020-2021 school year. This is not a need based scholarship and students who apply will need at least a 2.7 cumulative GPA and letters of recommendation. Please see the application here and forward information as directed. The deadline is April 15, 2020 . The Foundation will notify you directly if you are chosen for the award.
Business Office Online Payments
In response to your inquiries and in order to better assist you during this time, we are now accepting online payments to the Mercy High School Business Office with the credit card surcharge currently being waived. You can now  pay online here  for your tuition, enrollment deposit, registration, course fees, iPad lease payments, senior pearls and lawn signs with no credit card processing fee. 

Class of 2020 Parents
Our seniors are amazing! Though this school year was interrupted by the Coronavirus crisis, our seniors are ready to meet the challenges they will face as young women who make a difference. Administration and faculty continue to work on ways to honor their outstanding achievements - updates coming soon!

Daily Prayer & Prayer Requests
Mercy High School wants to join you in prayer. Please send your prayer request(s) here and your intention will automatically be submitted to the Alumnae Office and Pastoral Ministry. Start your day praying with Mercy. Subscribe to get the school wide daily reflection in your email inbox.  Click here to subscribe and select the 'daily prayer' checkbox . We thank you God for the gift of this day!

SAT and ACT June Testing Date Cancellations at Mercy
Please be advised the June 6 SAT and June 13 ACT testing will not be held at Mercy. Registered students should receive communication from SAT or ACT about being moved to a different testing center if they were already registered for our center on those dates. Students can also contact SAT or ACT directly with questions or concerns. 

Send us your Snapshots and Shout Outs!
Have a student or staff shout out to share? Want to pass along a fun photo from the school year? Seniors, send us your Mercy memories and cap and gown pics! Please email to to be included in Mercy media.

Unleash the Gospel by AOD
The Archdiocese of Detroit offers a special online resource that provides uplifting videos, articles and inspiration as well as ways for you to connect with Holy Week and Easter Masses with Archbishop Vigneron. Visit  for all the info and the latest April edition of  Unleash the Gospel  magazine.
We are all part of the Circle of Mercy which " roots use in faith, lifts us in hope, and holds us in God's loving hands. " Enjoy this peaceful Sisters of Mercy song "The Circle of Mercy" and know we continue to hold you in our hearts, thoughts and prayers.