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Welcome to Mercy High School

 

Faith In Her Future

 

Mercy High School is a diverse educational community, founded by the Sisters of Mercy, focusing on academic excellence and inspiring young girls to become confident women of Mercy who embody faith, knowledge and compassionate service.
 

 

 


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Faith

Mercy’s approach to a faith-centered education teaches our students the meaning of community and a compassionate view of life.


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College-Prep Education

Mercy’s offers a college-preparatory curriculum taught by passionate teachers.


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Food Sale 2018

Support Mercy High School's Negotiated Tuition by purchasing food.


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News & Announcements

Moving Ahead Despite Challenges

Moving Ahead Despite Challenge...

Perseverance and a thirst for knowledge are two traits that have been a consistent part of Sarah Ruff’s ‘15 young life.

Passion In Our Capital

Passion In Our Capital

Malinda Frevert ’07, currently works in our nation’s capital and witnesses first-hand the importance of women in leadership roles.

National Merit Semifinalist

National Merit Semifinalist

Senior Hanna Stec has been named a Semifinalist in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program.

Alumnae Shadow Day Oct. 10th

Alumnae Shadow Day Oct. 10th

17 Seniors will be shadowing with Mercy alumnae on October 10 to get a feel for possible careers after high school

From Omaha to the World

From Omaha to the World

As a Public Diplomacy Foreign Service Officer, Mary Lou Johnson-Pizarro ’74 works with embassies in the Middle East and North Africa.

Mercy Day 2018

Mercy Day 2018

This year’s play focused on Catherine McAuley remembering important events in her life. Portraying Catherine were Anne Laferla and Shacty Alvarez-Hurtado.

Family Ties

Family Ties

Many of our students are legacies—their great grandmothers, grandmothers, mothers, aunts, cousins, sisters and more attended the school. Read about one such family.

175 Tweets to Support Mercy

175 Tweets to Support Mercy

Student Council is helping to celebrate the 175th anniversary of the Sisters of Mercy arriving in America through social media.