Dear Future Wolves and Parents,
The high school years are four of the most significant and memorable years of a young woman's life. Whether your daughter is getting ready to enter high school, or she's considering a transfer from another high school, we understand you are facing a very important decision. As you consider your options, we are here to answer any questions you may have about Mercy McAuley, the admissions process, and everything in between!
The best way to learn more about Mercy McAuley is to experience it for yourself. If you are an 8th grader or an 8th grade parent, I encourage you to schedule a Shadow Day. On your Shadow Day, you’ll spend a day with a Mercy McAuley Student Ambassador. You’ll experience her classes, teachers and schedule firsthand. You’ll meet other Mercy McAuley students and get a sense for what it’s like to be a Wolf. We’ll answer any questions you may have throughout the day, and best of all, you’ll have fun being a Wolf for a day!
For future Wolves of all grade levels, there are many additional ways for you to experience Mercy McAuley. I encourage you to register to attend our Open House this fall, where you can tour the campus, meet our faculty, staff and students, and learn about our innovative academic programs and all that Mercy McAuley has to offer. There are also many concerts, shows, and athletic events throughout the year that are fun for the whole family. We welcome you and your family to attend any and all of these activities.
I am happy to talk with you more about Mercy McAuley and the incredible value of a Mercy education. My door is always open to you, whether you’d like to attend a recruitment event, schedule a personal visit, ask questions about the admissions process, or simply talk via phone. I look forward to meeting you and your family soon!
Recruitment & Admissions Coordinator
Mercy McAuley High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, and guarantees all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its education policies, admission policies, scholarship programs, and athletic and
other school-administered programs.