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Mount Mercy Academy Announces Its 2019 Scholarship and Academic Honors

                 Mount Mercy Academy proudly announced the recipients of the 2019 Academic Honors and Scholarships.  Five incoming members of Mount Mercy’s Class of 2023 were recognized for their outstanding academic performance.

                  Kaleigh Talty of Orchard Park, currently a student at Orchard Park Middle School, earned the Mount Mercy Academy Alumnae Academic Scholarship which is a full four year tuition that is awarded to the student who scores the highest on the Catholic High School Entrance Exam.

                  Sophia Nasca of Eden, a student at Eden Middle School, will receive the Mount Mercy Academy President’s Academic Scholarship.  Nasca will receive a four year half-tuition scholarship for earning the second highest score on the Catholic High School Entrance Exam.

                  The Mount Mercy Academy Principal’s Academic Scholarship, a four year two thousand dollar scholarship is granted to Alexis Garmong and Alie Reid.  Garmong is a Blasdell resident who attends Frontier Middle School and Reid is from Springville and attends St. Aloysius School.

                  Jillian Schneck of Buffalo received the Catherine McAuley Academic Scholarship, a four year one thousand dollar a year scholarship.  She is a student at Notre Dame Academy and a resident of Buffalo.                 

                 Mount Mercy Academy is a distinctly Catholic college-preparatory high school, is dedicated to educating young women for academic excellence, compassionate service, Christian leadership, global awareness and life-long learning. Rooted in Catherine McAuley's vision for women and those who are poor, Mount Mercy affirms the uniqueness and dignity of individuals and fosters faith with a commitment to the challenges of building a just society.

"Mount Mercy has taught me some of the most important things in my life and I am so grateful for that. I know that incorporating the principles of a woman of Mercy has made me the best version of myself. I can only hope that in the future, I will continue to grow and teach others the valuable lessons that I was taught at Mount Mercy. While I have learned so many things here, the greatest thing by far that I have learned is that DNA does not always make a family, love makes a family and that is exactly what I have gained here, a second family."

Mariah Rullan

Class of 2019

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