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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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Experience Mercy

Golf Fest 2019

Mercy's 27th Annual Driving for Excellence Golf Fest will be Monday, September 9, at The Players Club at Deer Creek. 

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College-Prep Education

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


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Important Dates

Important dates for the 2019-2020 school year. 


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News & Announcements

Student Population Growing

Student Population Growing

Mercy continued a time-honored tradition by welcoming new students amid cheers, shouts of welcome, and applause on August 9.

Three Staff Join Mercy

Three Staff Join Mercy

Two new faculty and one new staff member will join Mercy High School in the fall of 2019.

Troia to Attend Summit

Troia to Attend Summit

Senior Gina Troia will be attending The Sons and Daughters of Italy Foundation Student Summit in Washington D.C.

Lawyer Makes Impact

Lawyer Makes Impact

Adina Johnson ’74, a Principal at Roberts Perryman, P.C., St. Louis, Missouri, treasures her experience at Mercy and recalls how self-affirming the community was.

Paladino Joins Advancement

Paladino Joins Advancement

Sarah K. Paladino has been named Director of Events at Mercy High School effective August 5, 2019.

All-School Reunion

All-School Reunion

Alumnae gathered on June 2, the Class of 1969 celebrated their 50th anniversary and Ann Bendon Wieberg '57 was recognized.

Service Guides Her Life

Service Guides Her Life

Catherine McAuley once said, "We should be shining lamps, giving light to all around us." When Kimberly Bujarski Prenzlow ’98 was at Mercy, she took those words to heart.

Changing Chicago Communities

Changing Chicago Communities

One voice or person taking action can make a difference. Just spend a few minutes talking to Caitlin Botsios ’08.