• OUR LADY OF MERCY ACADEMY

    OUR LADY OF MERCY ACADEMY

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    About Us

    High school is a time of great discovery. As parents, we want the best for our daughters. Since 1962, parents have chosen Our Lady of Mercy Academy (OLMA) because it offers exceptional academics, leadership opportunities, the chance to play sports. Students make life-long friends and learn from highly qualified teachers and mentors who really care.

    OLMA students shine as they receive every opportunity to grow and mature academically, socially and spiritually — and to discover themselves. At the Academy, students are involved in every facet of the school. Our girls find their voices – and learn to use them for the betterment of themselves and others. Activities and clubs, as well as some sports and special academic offerings are student driven.

    On graduation day, we take pride in knowing that our students are well prepared and moving on as self-aware, well-spoken and self-confident young women. We know that their time at OLMA — with its all girls’, faith-based, supportive environment — helped make it so.

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    Over the course of two Shadow Days this fall, we hosted nearly 150 young women in grades 6-8.
    OLMA's environment is one of comfort and support.  We are a family and thrive in the spirit of Sisterhood.
    OLMA recently opened a brand new, state-of-the-art MAC Lab.
    An increasing number of OLMA students are pursuing careers in math and science.
    OLMA's campus is breathtaking with more than 57 acres of land.
    OLMA scholars and athletes were honored in a recent recognition ceremony.
    OLMA offers 13 competitive sports including:  soccer, field hockey, tennis, fall cheer, volleyball, cross country, indoor track, basketball, swimming, winter cheer, lacrosse, softball,, and crew.
    Students make life-long friends.
    Service is an integral part of life at OLMA.
    OLMA hosts college tours each summer.
    Students participate in OLMA Career Day.
    Students speak with a veterinarian during the Career Fair.
    OLMA earned a grant to create the Center for Business and Collaborative Learning.
    Juniors participate in Mock Interview Day.

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    Brooke Coyle
    Mary Jane Kinkade
    Jennifer Valore
    Dean of Academics & Leadership
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