Where Mercy Girls Become Women of Mercy

Students Participate in Kairos

Thirty-four junior and senior Mercy students along with two young alumnae and six faculty/staff retreat leaders are participating in a four-day, three-night retreat at the school May 31-June 3. Entitled Kairos, which is loosely translated as “God’s time,” the retreat is centered in Ignatian spirituality with the goal of…

All-School Reunion June 5

Mercy High School will hold its annual All-School Reunion on Sunday, June 5. The program includes Mass at 9 a.m., the induction of the Class of 1966 into the Golden Guild, brunch, and wonderful networking opportunities.

To RSVP please contact Naomi Chambers at: chambersn@mercyhigh.org or 402-553-9424.

Mercy Hires New Coaches

Two new coaches have been named at Mercy High School for the 2016-17 school year. Colleen Hurtado will be Head Varsity Volleyball Coach and Dr. William Austin Head Track and Field Coach.

Hurtado played basketball, soccer and volleyball at Westside High School in high school and volleyball in college. She…

Donate Through Omaha Gives

On May 25th, Mercy High School is once again privileged to participate in Omaha Gives—a 24-hour charitable challenge organized by the Omaha Community Foundation. This fundraising effort provides funds for our Negotiated Tuition Program, providing tuition assistance to young girls who wish to attend our school. Last year more…

Seniors Commence

Commencement, meaning starting something new, is somewhat of an ironic word to name a ceremony that celebrates the graduation of a class. But it was obvious to those in attendance at the May 23 graduation that the Class of 2016 is ready to take on something new–the next step…

I Belonged Here

Her family gave her the choice of where she would attend school, but after visiting Mercy,“ I had the feeling I belonged there,” said Rebecca (Becky) Marie Dale Girthoffer ’99. And belong she did whether it was on the softball team all four years, working in theatre, or participating…

Mercy Fueled Her Creative Passion

 

“ Some of my best memories of my time at Mercy were spent creating,” said Molly Cavanaugh ’90, co-host of the Omaha morning drive radio show, “ The Big Party Morning Show,” on Channel 94.1 since 2006 and veteran of The Second City in Chicago.

“My jobs throughout my career…

Convocation Illuminates Achievements

Seniors were honored at the 2016 Honors Convocation for their many academic accomplishments. Click here for a listing of those honors.

A new tradition was inaugurated at the ceremony entitled the “Roses and the Candles.” Hannah Opp, Senior Class President, led her class into Franey Hall with a lit taper…

Honor Arts Legacy Works Displayed

For the past several years Mercy Honor Arts students have created legacy projects, collaborative projects decided upon by the group. They usually involve time and effort outside of the normal curriculum because they are working to leave a legacy – not just to get a grade.  This year the…

Proud Participant of Omaha Gives

Mercy High School is once again privileged to participate in Omaha Gives—a 24-hour charitable challenge organized by the Omaha Community Foundation. This fundraising effort provides funds for our Negotiated Tuition Program, providing tuition assistance to young girls who wish to attend our school. Last year more than $1.6 million…