Senior Final Exam Info

Class of 2016:
The final days of senior year are quickly approaching. This email is to inform you about Mercy's new plan for Senior Final Exams. The last day of classes for seniors will either be May 17 or May 20 (depending on Sweepstakes sales. Mercy needs to hit the last target goal for May 20 to be off - SELL THOSE TICKETS!!!)

Heart of Mercy

Mercy High School rejoices for 2016 Heart of Mercy Award recipients Olivia Collins '16 and Social Studies Teacher Mr. Gary Morris who live out the values of Human Dignity, Service, Justice, Mercy, and Option for the Poor. Thank you for being faithful and compassionate people of God who make a difference to everyone in our Mercy family!


Dads Club Tigers Game

Mercy Dads Club invites Dads and Daughters to Comerica Park for the Detroit Tigers vs Texas Rangers on Friday, May 6 at 7:10pm.

Tickets are $25 per person.  We are planning a tailgate from 5:30 – 7 PM downtown as well. 

Send your ticket request to Michael Dunleavy at  Please include the number of tickets requested, your daughter’s name and grade. 

Send you payment to “Mercy Dad’s Club” care of:

                   Michael Dunleavy

                   36337 Old Homestead Dr.

                   Farmington Hills, MI  48335

Tickets are limited, first paid receive tickets. Details on the tailgate will be emailed to participants.


Join Marlin Adult Chorus

The Marlin Adult Chorus is beginning its second session next week! This choir is open to Mercy staff, alumnae, parents, and friends of Mercy and meets on Monday evenings from 6:00-7:30 starting Monday, April 11. There will be only 6 rehearsals prior to the Spring Concert on May 17 where we will perform. Musical background is not necessary! Please consider joining your Mercy family in song this spring. Contact to sign-up or click here to use google doc.

Most Likely to Succeed Documentary

Hillel Day School presents a screening of "Most Likely to Succeed"

Tuesday, April 12, 2016



32200 Middlebelt Road

Farmington Hills, MI 48334

This acclaimed documentary follows the highs and lows of students stuck in high-stakes testing world and factory model of education, and the unbridled joy they experience when curriculums change to unlock passion and facilitate deep learning.

Q & A Panel featuring Larry Baker, Associate Principal Mercy High School

Click here for more information.

Click here to reserve tickets for this free event.

Val Sal Finalists

Class of 2016 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

CONGRATULATIONS to Valedictorian Taylor Lombard and Salutatorian Lucy Devine who will take the stage to speak at graduation. This distinction considers not only academic record but also leadership, service, and extracurricular involvement. Staff and the senior class provided valuable input and each candidate responded to a series of questions and was interviewed by members of Administration. The Mercy Administrative Team will be holding a Catherine McAuley Tea celebration in honor of all the finalists on Monday, April 25.

Hats off to the following seniors who were selected as Valedictorian and Salutatorian Finalists: