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Founded in 1945, Mercy High School is a Catholic college preparatory school for young women. The school s core curriculum includes English, religious studies, social studies, foreign language, mathematics, laboratory science and physical education. It also offers classes in computer technology, fine arts, health and speech. The school is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Its athletics department offers several sports activities, including basketball, bowling, cross country, field hockey, golf, ice hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track and volleyball. Located in Farmington Hills, Mich., Mercy High School is recognized as an exemplary private high school by the United States Department of Education.

Regular Hours

Varies according to time of year and class schedule

Extra Phones

Primary Phone: (248) 479-0001

Phone: (248) 479-0001

Fax: (248) 476-3691

Fax: (248) 474-4440

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This is an excellent education for any young lady who wants to be great. It is not for the meek who want to stay that way. Mercy women are wonderful and grow from almost nothing and often to be someone to make a difference. The close nit counselors, advisors and teachers though not all perfect are concerned with your mental, physical and educational health. Your child will be raised by a village at Mercy.

The only thing I wish is that they had a campus, I had a very hard time at home during those years with my mom being an alcoholic and I was constantly dealing with her and her life. I wanted to leave but was unable. A campus would have allowed me to completely focus on my tenure at Mercy. Although those years we're rough at home I was loved by my advisor who time after time kept faith and confidence in me and I appreciate that to this very day.