Serving others was central to Catherine McAuley's mission, and it is an important component of a Mercy McAuley education. Our students participate in a variety of service projects that strengthen their faith, improve the community and prove how they can make a difference in the world. There are even opportunities for local and international summer service trips.
Although students are not required to complete service hours to graduate, they are given opportunities to participate in service events that take place during the school day. Students who choose to go above and beyond the provided service events will have the opportunity to earn ¼ credit per academic year if they obtain 30 hours of community service, following specific guidelines.
If you have questions about Mercy McAuley's service program, please contact Kelly Starkey, service coordinator, at email@example.com.