The Gwynedd Mercy Academy girls basketball team joined with rival Mount St. Joseph's on Saturday, Jan. 14, 2017, to honor Marisa Nero, a second-grade student at Doylestown's Groveland Elementary who was diagnosed with leukemia last spring. Nicknamed "Mighty Marisa," the youngster was the inspiration for a fundraising drive that yielded more than $2,000, to be donated to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Oncology Unit.
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Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School seeks to provide an affordable Catholic, private, college-preparatory education to all our families. We recognize that the primary responsibility for financing a student's education rests with the family. Because of this, Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School is privileged to offer need-based financial aid to qualifying families who could not otherwise afford to attend.
Deadline for Applying for Financial Aid:
March 15, 2017
Deadline for Submitting 2016 Tax Returns:
April 1, 2017 (including Class of 2021)
Notification of Financial Aid Decision: May 2017
Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School (GMAHS), is pleased to announce the appointment of Denise Corkery Marbach '72 as its first president, and its first lay leader. The school is adopting a proven president-principal leadership model that distributes executive functions between the president and the principal, which will take effect beginning with the 2017-18 academic year. For more information, click HERE.
Gwynedd is an academic community, but true to the Mercy legacy of Catherine McAuley, we are a strong spiritual community committed to faith based values and service to those in need, in particular, women and children. At Gwynedd, service is not mandatory – it is expected. And these expectations are always exceeded as the majority of students participate in a variety of outreach programs.
Each year Alumnae, Parents, Grandparents and Friends make the commitment to Gwynedd Mercy Academy and Mercy education. By making a gift between July 1st and June 30 th, YOU join the tradition of making Gwynedd a better place through philanthropy. The continued support helps Gwynedd stay unique and ensure that our Mercy mission of compassion and service continues to live on.
The Learning Commons is our 21st century library. Gwynedd Mercy re-envisioned our traditional library space to create a dynamic, interactive place where students can connect to information, each other and to the world. Born from our School Vision, it was intentionally designed to stimulate research study, and discovery. The Learning Commons combines learning, technology and interaction to promote an authentic, student-centered, 21st century education founded on critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and creation.