Anchor Your Future in Mercy
Mercy High School, San Francisco, educates women to pursue lives of spiritual and intellectual depth, determination, and daring action to improve our world as an inclusive, Catholic, college preparatory community enlivened by the Gospel of Jesus and the charism of the Sisters of Mercy.
We are the Social Advocacy Based Learning Catholic school of the San Francisco Bay Area where women graduate with fierce determination to improve their world.
3250 19th Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94132
7 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Mother-Daughter Trivia Night Huge Success
More than 100 tickets were sold for our first ever Mother-Daughter Trivia Night, making the March 16 event a huge success. Barrett was transformed into a lively venue with fun and colorful decor.
Becoming the Change You Want to See
Mercy students declared “Enough is Enough” during a powerful demonstration of 17 minutes of silence in remembrance of the 17 people killed shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida as part of National School Walkout Day.
Leading the Discussion for Change
Students gathered on Thursday, Feb. 22 to share their individual thoughts and form a collective voice in response to mass shootings in America's schools.
Aiming for Excellence
Jackie Wong spins through the air waving a two-foot sword over her head and around her body. A colorful sash unfurls from the end of the handle as the senior leaps through the air, her bright clothing shimmering in the stage lights.
Leading Voice of Democracy
Senior Natasha Alvarado was named state champion of the Voice of Democracy Speech Contest and she's heading to Washington D.C. on an all-expenses paid trip to compete for the national title.
Spreading Seeds of Service & Support
Two seniors are using gardening to improve the healthcare of elderly residents at the Jewish Home of San Francisco through the beautification of common spaces.
Leading & Learning for Hour of Code Day
More than 25 students from Women in Technology gathered to teach each other during the nationwide Hour of Code day. Students wrote their own lesson plans and guided other students through the process of writing code with the programming language, Python.
Mercy and Love are Always in Season
Every holiday season, Ms. Ovares mobilizes her students to spread Christmas cheer by sending holiday cards to people and letting them know they are loved and appreciated. This year, Ms. Ovares found a young man on Facebook with a special wish for Christmas.
Doing Small Things with Great Love
Hope and mercy come in all different shapes and sizes. For Arianna Barajas, it comes in a green bag filled with all the essentials to support people living on the streets. Since July, the senior has spent her weekends under the Potrero Hill footbridge providing the homeless with much-needed supplies to survive.
Dates: April 20, 21, 27, 28
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Mercy High School Theatre
This lively musical weaves together Dr. Seuss’ most famous tales and characters.
Seussical incorporates elements from at least 15 of his books, as well as many of his best-loved and most familiar characters.
Buy Tickets Here
We are honored and blessed to welcome the next generation of Mercy women as members of the Class of 2022! We look forward to these ladies joining us on campus in the fall!
Mercy students declared “Enough is Enough” during a powerful demonstration of 17 minutes of silence in remembrance of the 17 people killed shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida as part of National School Walkout Day on March 14.
Happy Mardi Gras 2018! Students and staff were treated to the sounds of New Orleans during lunch on Feb. 13.
Students and employees share their favorite memories of Ms. Nolfi - who is retiring this summer after 32 years at Mercy.
Become a Woman of Daring Action
Becoming a woman of daring action means you're ready to develop your passions by putting your creativity at the service of the world.