Join us at Coca Cola Field on Tuesday, July 31st at 7:05pm for "Timon and Mercy Night" as the Buffalo Bisons take on the Lehigh Valley IronPigs. Gates will open at 6:00pm, with a special first pitch from the Timon community and National Anthems sung by the Mount Mercy Chorus

Buy your tickets today! 
https://groupmatics.events/event/Timonmercy

If you have any questions please contact
Molly Gasuik at mgasuik@mtmercy.org

 

 

Mercy Girls Succeed.

2018 graduates are all headed for higher education and together were awarded over 14 million dollars in college scholarships!

Mount Mercy Academy, in Buffalo, New York, is committed to the character, learning, and growth of every student. We seek to transform young women from bright-eyed adolescents into reflective and courageous young adults who pursue with vigor and optimism the opportunities that life offers.

At Mount Mercy Academy, each and every student has the opportunity and obligation to assume leadership roles to prepare them for success. We guide each student to be her own best self - to become a woman who distinguishes herself in faith, knowledge, integrity and compassion. All Mercy girls have the full potential to make outstanding accomplishments in all areas of their lives-family, community and career.Learn more on how to become a Mercy Girl for a day!

The Campus Ministry department provides a variety of service opportunities for students.  Students are encouraged to take an active role in their school and community by giving back in meaningful ways  As a Mercy school we look to the Critical Concerns of the Sisters of Mercy, and legacy of Catherine McAuley to help us structure our service program.  Students have learned to practice hospitality in the spirit of Catherine McAuley as they prepare dinner each month for families staying at the Ronald McDonald House of WNY.  Mercy girls have enjoyed working with Journey’s End as we learn what it means to “stand in solidarity with immigrants”. Students have addressed the concerns of “practicing non violence” and “deepening our response to racism” by volunteering to help out at St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy.  We are learning to “reverence the Earth” through our service with the Olmstead Parks Conservancy. Students have “embraced our particular concern for women” by supporting drives for women’s shelters and supporting the Harvest House Baby Ministry. Opportunities for service are posted outside the main office on the service lockers.
 
"We must strive to do ordinary things extraordinarily well."
Catherine McAuley
Foundress of the Sisters of Mercy