We unequivocally stand with our Black students, parents, staff, alumnae, supporters and community members against racism. A statement from The Sisters of Mercy reminds us that we must each be committed to acting as advocates, allies, and peacemakers. Please reference June 1 communication here and join us for these events that we hope will build and reaffirm our community. 

  • June 3 at 12pm: Campus Ministry will hold a virtual prayer service today at noon via Zoom. We ask you to join us (Zoom Meeting ID: 576 057 7141 and Password: 1nAwAp) as we unite prayerfully in asking God to guide us in forging a nation where everyone feels safe and valued. We must always remember the power of prayer and listening to one another. This event is open to the entire Mercy community.

  • June 4 at 12pm: School Administration, in partnership with our racial equity and inclusion consultant, Jyarland Daniels, will host "Discussion and Reflection: Processing the Current Incidents of Racial Injustice." In this virtual roundtable, Mercy students will have an opportunity to express their truths, fears, and reflections. We will also discuss strategies for how Mercy girls can support one another, including how to be better allies. Students were invited to submit questions in advance as well as interact in the session. Please encourage your daughter to check her email for an invitation to this online students only event.

  • June 8 at 7pm: Mercy President Dr. Cheryl Kreger, Principal Patricia Sattler, and Jyarland Daniels will host a webinar on the work that Mercy is undertaking to create a more just and equitable environment. While we recognize there is more work to do, we are proud of the work we have done and will continue. We invite you to attend. This event is open to the Mercy community, and an invitation link will soon be shared.

  • Ongoing: The Human Relations Council (HRC) is leading an online student campaign to share daily messages reflective of the communal impact of racism. This series will focus on educating, showing compassion, supporting one another, and aligning Mercy values with positive actions. Students will be given more details on how they can participate.
Thank you for the many ways you have supported Mercy High School during this evolving COVID-19 pandemic. This semester has been one of the most challenging and the commitment of our outstanding community has been inspiring! While we are all unsure what the immediate future may hold, please know we will continue to focus on our mission and work diligently on behalf of all students in planning for the 2020-2021 school year. Please click links below to reference the communications and surveys sent May 20. Kindly complete the survey by June 8 .
WJR Radio 760AM will salute the Mercy High School Class of 2020 tonight at 8:05pm . Including addresses from Valedictorian Angela Rea, Salutatorian Asha Telang, and the reading of all graduate names by President Dr. Cheryl Kreger and Principal Patricia Sattler. This spotlight will also be posted on WJR web site here .
Since we are unable to walk the art hall at Mercy to view student artwork, here is a small sampling of some of the art created during the E-LEARNING time frame.  Click here to view the virtual art hall .
The Class of 2020 Baccalaureate Mass was held on Sunday, May 31 for the graduates at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church and via Livestream. You are welcome to watch Baccalaureate Mass here including the Ave Maria by the Mercyaires and speeches from Heart of Mercy Lauren Piziali and Sr. Emily George recipient Katie Mueller. Thank you to Fr. Mark Brauer and Our Lady of Sorrows for this memorable celebration. Please send cap and gown photos to jhearle@mhsmi.org .
On Sunday, May 31 after sunset , Mercy families around the country shined their lights for our graduates. Send photos to jhearle@mhsmi.org .
Uniforms will be worn beginning Monday August 24, 2020.  Only black cardigan, V-neck or vest sweaters purchased from Educational Outfitters, black quarter-zip sweatshirts purchased from the Marlin Shop or Mercy Varsity letter sweaters may be worn in addition to the uniform blouse or polo and skirt (not in place of the blouse or polo).

Class of 2021 - black kilt
Class of 2022 - grey plaid kilt
Class of 2023 - green plaid kilt
Class of 2024 - blue plaid kilt

Educational Outfitters
23317 Orchard Lake Road
Farmington, MI 48336

Items available at  Educational Outfitters
Uniform skirts (wrap around kilt)
White blouses (short or long sleeve)
White or maroon polos (short or long sleeve)
Black sweaters (cardigan, V-neck and vest)

Items available at Marlin Shop (when it re-opens)
Black quarter-zip sweatshirts
White, maroon, or black polos (short sleeve)

Skirts should be worn no more than two inches above the knee. Any student who permanently shortens her uniform skirt to an unacceptable length will be required to purchase a new skirt. 
The CHSL and Top Cat Team Sales have launched an online pop-up shop where proceeds will go directly back towards the school of your choice - Mercy. Visit the link below to select a school, buy a shirt, and make a difference. Support as many schools as you’d like by buying shirts and sharing the store link on social media. Go Marlins!

Shop and share here:   https://chslunitedtee.itemorder.com
Mercy High School 2020 Teacher of the Year Mrs. Colleen Byrn is featured in the Archdiocese of Detroit Catholic Schools Excellence in Teaching Award presentation video here at the 5:07 mark. We are so proud of Chemistry Teacher extraordinaire, Mrs. Byrn!
We are looking for volunteers for all committees and a few Committee Chairs . If you are interested in becoming more involved and/or have questions, please reach out to our email at mothersclubmhs@gmail.com.

We have been meeting virtually each month and will continue to meet to plan for next school year. We hope to host the Used Uniform Sale on August 4th and will be in touch about donations and confirmed time and place.
The Dads’ Club is seeking a dad or guardian to fill the open Secretary position for next school year. If you are interested in joining the Dads’ Club Executive Board in this role, please contact Dads’ Club President, Adam Kalmbach, at  adam.kalmbach@basf.com .
Carpool Directory
A carpool directory will be sent to all Mercy families later this month. If you don't wish to be included and want to opt out, please email the admissions office at admissions@mhsmi.org .

SAT and ACT Testing Date Cancellations at Mercy
Please be advised the June 6 & August 29 SAT and June 13 & July 18 ACT testing will not be held at Mercy . Any students registered at our site will receive an e-mail from ACT or SAT with instructions to move to a different center or date, or students can contact ACT or SAT directly by phone or through their student account on the respective sites.

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. 

Book Selling

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 jhearle@mhsmi.org .