Newly Enrolled Students

Welcome to Mercy High School’s Class of 2028!

We hope to see you at our upcoming Enrolled Students Night!

Enrolled Students Night
March 21, 2024
5:30-7:00 p.m.

Join us to get to know your classmates and their families and to learn important information about placement testing, uniforms, programs, and other key items for a successful start to your high school journey!


We know you have many questions about beginning high school. We invite you to review our Frequently Asked Questions menu below. As always, if you need any additional information, please contact our Admissions Team at

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  • I am so excited about my acceptance to Mercy! How do I register for next year?

    We are so happy to have you as part of our Class of 2028!

    To register, simply log into your account that you created when filling out your application, and fill out the required registration forms. You will also need to create an account with our tuition management system, FACTS, and submit your registration fee and deposit.
  • I have a question about my financial package. Who should I speak to?

    Questions about financial packages can be addressed by contacting Ms. Diana Rego, director of finance and operations, at 410.433.8880 x 232.
  • What is the Mercy uniform and where can I purchase it?

    The Mercy uniform is a white button-down shirt, plaid kilt, and a red blazer for formal occasions. Students may choose from a variety of uniform sweaters during colder weather, and may wear knee- or ankle-length socks in white or black, or opaque black tights. Shoes are an all-black buck.

    Uniforms are available at FlynnO’Hara in Parkville, and shoes may be purchased at many locations, though we recommend Van Dyke and Bacon on Northern Parkway, just down the road from Mercy.

    For more information about the Mercy uniform, check out this document!
  • Will I need to do summer reading or any other summer assignments?

    Summer reading and other assignments will be shared in June.
  • What school supplies do I need to buy for next year?

    Each student in the Class of 2028 will use a Windows laptop. Information about our technology requirements can be found to the right hand side. More information regarding other supplies will be made available this summer.
  • Where do I purchase textbooks? Which books do I need to buy?

    Mercy partners with eCampus, an online store for textbooks. You will receive information on which books to buy for your classes in the late spring or early summer, along with instructions on how to access eCampus.
  • When are the tryouts for athletics?

    Tryouts are held every season, and information about time and schedule will be announced at a later date. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Nick Gill, director of athletics.
  • When do I start school?

    In late June, Mercy will mail your schedule, placement test results, and information about Freshman Orientation, which will take place in late August. Please keep an eye on your mailbox!
  • Which courses will I take as a freshman at Mercy? When will I get my schedule?

    Freshmen generally have the following course list:

    • Chemistry
    • Religious Studies
    • Mathematics (either Algebra I, Geometry, or Algebra II, determined by placement test)
    • French or Spanish I (placement test optional for those who wish to start in French or Spanish II)
    • Language & Literature
    • United States History
    • Design: Technology (1/2 credit)
    • Fine Arts (1/2 credit)
    • Free Period
    Your individual course list may vary, depending on your acceptance into our Signature Programs. Students in the Catherine McAuley Honors Program will take honors sections of United States History, Chemistry, and Language & Literature. Students in the Project Lead the Way Biomedical Sciences Program will take an additional science course, and students in the Visual Arts Program will take a specialized art course.

    You will receive your finalized course list in June 2024.
  • Can you send me information about carpooling in my area?

    Sure! Please fill out this form. We will get back to you with a list of current Mercy families in your area so you may set up a carpool. 
  • I want to show my Mercy pride with some Mercy Magic gear! When and where can I buy shirts, hoodies, and other items?

    The Mercy Spirit Store is open Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 3:00-3:30 p.m. 
Below, please find additional information about our technology requirements for the 2024-25 school year. Also, be sure to check out A Magical Summer at Mercy! This is a phenomenal way for you to meet Future Mercy Girls!

If you wish to login to SchoolAdmin, please use the button below.
Placement Testing will take place on Saturday, May 18. To view the schedule for the day, please open the panel below. If you have any questions, please contact the Admissions Team.

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  • Placement Test Schedule

    8:00 a.m.
    Arrive and check-in at Mercy Reception.
    8:15 – 9:45 a.m.
    Algebra (Required for every student)
    This is not a graded test. This test is required for every student. Students may leave anything they don’t know blank.
    10:00 – 10:50 a.m.
    World Language (Spanish or French, required for every student)
    This is not a graded test. This test is required for every student, even those with minimal language knowledge. The information is for our World Language teachers to understand the base level for their classes. Students may leave anything they don’t know blank.
    Students may leave as soon as they have finished (unless they have elected to take the geometry test. Most students finish at 10:30 a.m. or earlier depending on their knowledge levels. The more they know, the longer their test.
    11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Geometry (Elective test)
    This test is ONLY for students who indicated they wished to take this placement test on their academic information form. Again, it is not graded, and students may leave as soon as they are finished.
    Your daughter may leave as soon as she finishes her placement tests. The end time will be different for every student.
During our Enrolled Students Night, Mercy Girls and their families received four health forms which are also linked below. Stay tuned for more information about your Magnus Health Portal login!
Mercy High School Baltimore is a sponsored ministry of the Institute of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas and is a member of Mercy Education.

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