Mercy has a story to tell
Mercy has a robust selection of publications which are available to everyone within the Mercy family and beyond. Our flagship Angles newsmagazine has grown in size and scope over the years and keeps alumnae, donors, and friends in-the-know with the happenings within the Circle of Mercy. Our Annual Report to the Community highlights several current and former Mercy Girls, reports on our finances, and lists our generous donors. The Quill student newspaper give readers a glimpse into the life of Mercy Girls through their own lenses. Our Blogs answer questions from parents who want a deeper understanding of life at Mercy.View School Profile
The Quill Newspaper
The Quill is a student run newspaper that is published approximately seven times per school year. This club is open to anyone with an interest in writing, journalism, or photography, layout, or design. The Quill editors, writers, and photographers meet regularly to discuss topics, assign articles, and design the publication (using inDesign professional desktop publication software along with Photoshop).
The Angles newsletter is produced twice per year for the donors, alumnae, students, parents, staff, faculty, and friends of Our Lady of Mercy School for Young Women. Click below to read the most recent issues. To subscribe to the Mercy mailing list, e-mail email@example.com.
The Annual Report to the Community is produced once per school year for the donors, alumnae, families, and friends of Our Lady of Mercy School for Young Women. Comments are welcome and should be directed to the Advancement Department at 585-288-7120 x309. The Annual Report to the Community is produced by Dave Carro, Director of Marketing and Communications.
Mercy Blogs is a place where interests from parents, students, and community members about Our Lady of Mercy School for Young Women are addressed honestly and succinctly by various experts within the school. Bloggers include teachers, administrators, professional staff, and others who are knowledgeable in their field, and who will provide the very best information to help you learn more about Mercy. If you have a specific topic that you would like discussed on Mercy Blogs, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.View All Blog Posts