How to Apply
We are so excited that you are thinking about becoming a Mercy Girl!
*Please note that after the application deadline of December 16, 2022 there will be a late application fee of an additional $25
We accept students with a strong academic record who are bright, motivated, and hard-working, are dedicated to the core Mercy values of compassion, hospitality, and community, and who want a top-notch college-preparatory education. We actively encourage a diverse student population, seeking students from many different neighborhoods and backgrounds.
Every applicant to Mercy needs to submit the following items:
- An application for admission
- Final grades from their most recent years of school
- Any standardized testing reports received in the last three academic years
- A common referral form from a current teacher
- Incoming freshmen must take the High School Placement Test
- Incoming students must attend a Visiting Day and take part in a brief interview
Students with Learning Differences
At Mercy, we provide support for success in our college preparatory program. Mercy High School’s learning specialist, along with our director of student services, will work with you and your daughter to ensure that reasonable accommodations and/or additional support that she may need will be provided.
At Mercy, we believe that students with learning differences thrive when they are supported both by caring professionals as well as challenged by the classes they take, therefore, students with learning differences benefit by taking the same college-preparatory curriculum as all other students. Our learning specialist then provides the individualized support needed for your daughter to succeed academically and emotionally.
Statement of Non-Discrimination
Mercy High School Baltimore admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin, or sexual orientation to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at Mercy. Mercy High School Baltimore does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, or sexual orientation in the administration of its education policies, admission policies, scholarship and grant programs, athletic, and other school-administered programs.