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.
At Mercy, we prepare our girls to share their gifts of faith, knowledge and service. Here are just a few service statistics on the what our students accomplish and some specific ones for the Class of 2015.
12, 056.5: Total Hours of Service for 2014-2015 school year:
10, 770.5 : Total Hours completed by class of 2015 over four years:
3,564 : Total Parish/Church Hours completed by the class of 2015 over four years99% of the class of 2015 completed more service hours than were required to graduate.
Mercy seniors were honored at a special assembly on Wednesday, May 20. Departments recognized those students who had outstanding performance and those giving outstanding effort. In addition, awards were given for service hours, attendance, academics and for being Good Samaritans. Members of the National Honor Society (NHS), Student Council and Senior Class officers were also recognized. Special recognition was given to the Omaha World-Herald Student Scholar and All Academic Program members, National Merit Finalist and West Omaha Rotarian Club Senior.
For a complete listing of the honors click 2015 SENIOR BOOKLET
Mercy Wins Sportsmanship Award
NCA, NSIAAA and NSAA presented Mercy High School with the Class B Girls Soccer Sportsmanship Award during halftime of the Class B girls soccer championship game on May 19. The Award recognizes the students and fans that exemplify positive enthusiasm, creative spirit, encouraging action, student/fan turnout and positive interaction with other teams and their fans.
Mercy student athletes were honored at an athletic banquet on May 18. Three special awards were given to exemplary senior student athletes. Read more.
Mercy Graduates 87
Eighty-seven students graduated from Mercy High School on Thursday, May 21. Olivia R. Zeman was named valedictorian and Natalie von Oldenburg is salutatorian. More than $3.5 million in scholarship awards were earned by the class of 2015 from colleges and universities throughout the country. Read more.
Underclassmen Receive Honors
Mercy underclassmen were honored at a special assembly on May 18. Departments recognized those students who had outstanding performance and those giving outstanding effort. In addition, awards were given for service hours, attendance, academics and for being Good Samaritans. Members of the National Honor Society (NHS) and Student Council were also recognized. Special scholarships were given and Girl’s State Representative named. Read more.
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Omaha, NE 68106-2504
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