When Carrie Potter ’95 attended Mercy High School, the teachings of Catherine McAuley resonated with the young student and had a profound impact on her view of life and eventually how she approached her business career.
“Catherine taught us that implementing change can be uncomfortable, but we must be courageous in our concern for others,” said Potter. She reminded us to take stock of ourselves, that who we are includes the moral courage to make a difference,” she added.
Read more about this alumna's fascinating story.
Mercy Students Know Their History
Thirteen Mercy High School students won awards at the National History Day competition at the Durham Museum, March 4. Twenty-one students from the school participated in the event preparing projects in a variety of media, including papers, live presentations, websites, exhibits and video documentaries either as an individual or in groups. All of the presentations followed this year’s theme, “Leadership and Legacy in History.” Read more.
Deats Named National Merit Finalist
Mercy High School senior, Emma Deats, has been named a Finalist by the National Merit Scholarship Cooperation from a nationwide pool of 16,000 Semifinalists. She joins an elite group of students across the country recognized for their academic talents, scholastic achievements and school involvement. All National Merit Scholarship winners will be chosen from the Finalists. Read more.
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