Congratulations to all the students who earned Principal's List, First Honors, and Second Honors during the 2018-19 school year. Click HERE for the full list of honorees!
Several of our students and faculty members are participating in ARISE, a Sisters of Mercy sponsored mission outside of McAllen, Texas, in the Rio Grande Valley on the Texas/Mexico border. They have already visited the Basilica of San Juan for a bilingual Mass, visited and served at a respite center for Central American refugees, and conducted out a day camp for the children of Muniz, las Milpas and South Tower. Their service will continue throughout the week. We are very proud of this group for their commitment to service and compassion!
Several Mercy McAuley students are participating in a local summer Urban Immersion retreat. They are serving the community in many ways, including helping at Mercy Neighborhood Ministries' food pantry, working in a community garden that supplies fresh fruits and vegetables to the food pantry, made a meal for the families of Bethany House, and much more. We are very proud of these students for their gifts of service and compassion!
Mercy McAuley High School is pleased to announce it will be adding air conditioning to its library, a heavily utilized space throughout the school year, thanks to a generous gift made to the school. This gift to Mercy McAuley was made in memory of Lynn Driehaus, Mother of Mercy Class of 1978 and a lifelong supporter of the school. The project will begin during the 2019 summer.
“We are extremely grateful for this generous gift to our school, which will make our heavily used library even more appealing to our students, employees and friends,” says Patty Ragio, President of Mercy McAuley High School. “Our library is a marquee space in our building and is utilized often as a student study and research space. It is also a comfortable space often used for student and employee gatherings, special events, and celebrations throughout the school year. The addition of air conditioning to the library will help us increase student and employee satisfaction and will allow us to maximize the use of our library even more for years to come.”
Mercy McAuley also plans to add more “Maker Space” equipment in its library, which will enhance the school’s offerings in experiential learning and creativity.
Congratulations to our first graduating class - the Class of 2019! We were thrilled to honor this class at Baccalaureate Mass, held at Mercy McAuley, and Graduation, which took place at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center. Watch for more photos coming soon!