Where Mercy Girls Become Women of Mercy

Applying Mercy Lessons Everyday

“The Sisters of Mercy instilled in me a sense of social justice and desire for equality. I bring a bit of Mercy to my work every day,” said Shannon McClure ’95, Director of Research at the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce.

In her role she provides data and analysis for…

Mercy Gras FIESTA 2017 Sparkles

A carnival of color complete with masks, beads and festive sparkle met the more than 500 alumnae, faculty, staff and friends of Mercy High School who attended Mercy Gras, FIESTA 2017 on Saturday, February 25. The auction dinner raised more than $275,000 for Mercy’s Negotiated Tuition Program. . Last…

Student Selected for Coveted IT Immersion Program

Mercy freshman, Elyse Schweikert has been chosen to attend UNO’s “CodeCrush,” an information technology immersion program for 8th and 9th grade girls running February 24-27. She was chosen from over 205 applications from over 80 different communities vying for 40 spots for the 2016 winter class.

The program is an…

Faith, Service Beyond the Classroom

 

“ We want Mercy Girls to develop into Women of Mercy. We strive to help them understand that they are part of the global community and have the power to positively impact it,” said Ashley Shrader Miller ’04, Campus Ministry Director, who has been at the school for seven…

Mission Week Supports Education in Zambia

Mercy High School will conduct a Mission Week, February 22-26, 2016, to raise funds to build a school in Zambia and to promote educational opportunities for young girls in this part of the world. Entitled “Love Grows Where Mercy Goes,” the week is part of a national effort with…

Art Class Leaves Legacy

Mercy’s Honors Art Class decided to leave their legacy this year by creating paintings that illustrate how art is connected to other subject areas.  The paintings will be hung near classrooms of corresponding subject areas (math, science, history, and English).

                  

 

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FIESTA 2016 ” A League of Their Own”

Mercy High School will celebrate its annual FIESTA on Saturday, February 20 at the Embassy Suites, La Vista, Convention Center, 12520 Westport Parkway.   Beginning with Mass at 4:30 p.m., the school’s major fundraiser entitled “Mercy: A League of Their Own” includes silent and live auctions, a gourmet dinner, and…

Information Night Feb. 18

Mercy High School will hold an Information Night for 5th -8th grade students and their parents on Thursday, February 18 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. in the school’s media center. The program will include a tour of the school and conversations with students, faculty and staff, administrators and current parents.

If you…

Scholarships Given to 8th Graders

Mercy High School is distributing more than $62,800 to 22 eighth-grade students as a result of their success on the Scholarship and Placement Exam taken on January 9. These girls were among the 109 students that were tested. The scholarship recipients attend eight Catholic and one public school and…

Appreciation is Key to Catholic Schools Week Celebration

The annual celebration of Catholic Schools Week across the country and in the Archdiocese of Omaha began January 31.Mercy High School is celebrating Catholic Schools Week with surprises for the students and appreciation events to honor parents, faculty and administration, alumnae and students. Today the week began with a…