Suburban Transportation

Families living within 15 miles of the school may be eligible for this service. These districts provide yellow school buses to transport students directly to Mount Mercy Academy.  Students living in the suburbs will be given a transportation form from Mount Mercy for the school district in which they live. Parents must complete the transportation form and mail it directly to their school district.

  • Blasdell students are eligible for transportation from the Frontier Central or Orchard Park school districts.
  • Dunkirk and Fredonia students are eligible for transportation through the Dunkirk/Fredonia school district. Please contact the district for details.
  • Kenmore/Town of Tonawanda (874-8611) and North Tonawanda (694-8013) students are eligible for free Metro passes. These passes must be ordered through the district.


City of Buffalo Transportation

Students living within the City of Buffalo are eligible for a Metro Bus Pass, which allows them free transportation to and from Mount Mercy Academy during the school year. Free Metro passes are available for all Buffalo residents living more than 1.5 miles from Mount Mercy Academy.

Metro bus forms are available in the main office at Mount Mercy Academy.

There is a daily special Metro bus on Abbott Road for the girls leaving Mount Mercy Academy to provide transportation at dismissal times.


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