Life Changing Logo reduced copy copyOur Lady of Mercy School for Young Women is the only college preparatory, faith-based private school, exclusively for young women in the Rochester region. We welcome all girls entering grades six through 12 — inclusive of all incomes, races, and faith affiliations — who are seeking an alternative to public school or who wish to continue to pursue a faith-based education. Mercy builds life-changing competence, confidence, and compassion that prepares and inspires young women to achieve the highest level of success in college, in career, and in the community.
 

We are proud to welcome young women and their families to our annual Open House on October 26, 2017. The evening has been created exclusively for potential new students who are interested in learning more about becoming a part of the Circle of Mercy! Bring the whole family and enjoy a fun and informative evening. Refreshments will be served.


View Book Photo Montage for web reducedJoin us at Open House!
Thursday, October 26, 2016
Check-in begins at 6 p.m.
Presentation begins at 6:30 p.m.
 
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Open House Highlights
  • Presentation (begins at 6:30 p.m. sharp)
    Listen to teachers, administration, coaches, parents, and students talk about Mercy's academic, sports, and extra-curricular programs. They will be available to answer questions regarding world-class learning, sports teams, clubs, student life, and school activities.
  • Tours
    Explore some of the spaces where Mercy girls learn and grow. See the results of the recent $24 million capital campaign.
  • Activities Fair
    Meet one-on-one with teachers and coaches!

The Advantages of a Mercy Education

  • Mercy offers an incredibly strong academic and extra-curricular program focused on 'World Class Learning' which make Mercy girls globally-ready.
  • Collectively, the 2017 graduating class received over $20 million in scholarships from all their accepted colleges ($188,000 per graduate!).
  • Our wonderfully historic campus provides a safe, comfortable environment for girls in all grades, from 6th through 12th.
  • Mercy girls and alumnae are forever bonded by a spirited sisterhood of solidarity.
  • Our supportive faculty and staff truly connect with each of the students and are committed to their success.
  • In addition to our focus on academics, Mercy provides each student with a moral compass to help guide her decision-making.
  • Over 70% of the student population participates in the athletics program as members of over 30 sports teams.
  • Mercy students take part in many extracurricular activities, clubs, student-led groups, and the performing arts.
  • Ministry and service are integral parts of the Mercy experience.
  • The traditions of Mercy date back to 1928 and include Spirit Day, Golden Mass, and May Day.
  • Mercy alumnae are active with their alma mater, participating in reunions and fundraisers, and many become parents of Mercy students.
  • Leadership on campus and in the community helps students achieve greatness in their college years and beyond.