Mercy Facts

“Mercy High School is accredited by the State of Nebraska Department of Education, the AdvancED Association (formerly known as the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges) and is a member of the National Catholic Education Association, and the Mercy Education Network.”



  • Sisters of Mercy opened the first Catholic School in Omaha in 1864
  • 44 parishes in the Omaha area have students attending Mercy High School
  • 394 Students
  • Mercy students completed nearly 11,000 service hours during the 2013-14 school year
  • 13:1 Student/Teacher ratio
  • On average, 97% of Mercy graduates choose to attend college, and 60% of these students receive scholarships to the college/university of her choice
  • Individual tuition plan set for every family
  • Customized education plan to meet the needs of each individual student
  • 75% of the Greater Omaha Area Zip Codes are represented at Mercy
  • Students have the ability to monitor their grades and retrieve class notes/lectures remotely through EdLine
  • Renovated library and media center
  • All students bring their own iPad to enhance their learning experience