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    Megan DuVernois '16 Makes USA Women's Field Hockey Team

    Posted November 24, 2015

    Senior Megan DuVernois received exciting news from the USA Women's National Indoor Team that she has been selected to be a part of the upcoming tour to South Africa to play with the USA Women's Team. Megan started the try out process on October 10th with 35 players. After a series of cuts during the past few weeks, the decision was made that they are taking ten players and two goal keepers to South Africa. This will also permit Megan to earn her first international "cap", recognition for playing in an international game while representing the USA Women's Team. This opportunity is once in a lifetime, although it will not be her first trip abroad to play her beloved sport. International travel has become an integral part of her experience with field hockey since 2011 when she traveled with her club team, WC Eagles, to compete in the Chinese National Tournament taking home the silver medal after losing to the Chinese National team. In 2013, she traveled again with WC Eagles for a tour in New Zealand. In March of this year, 2015, she traveled to Belgium with the U17 National team. On Monday, November 16th, the Gwynedd community shared in celebrating six graduating seniors who will be continuing their athletic careers at the college level, including Megan who will be attending the University of North Carolina to play Division I Field Hockey. Megan will be traveling with the USA Team through mid-December for this upcoming tournament and the Gwynedd community will be cheering loudly from Philadelphia.

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    Learning Commons Dedication

    Posted November 19, 2015

    Board of Trustee members, alumnae, parents, faculty, staff and friends of Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School celebrated the opening of The Learning Commons at a dedication on November 18. The Learning Commons was designed to be an innovative yet comfortable workspace designed to facilitate learning and promote student achievement and academic success.

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    Gwynedd Seniors Sign Letters of Intent

    Posted November 16, 2015

    Congratulations to our student athletes who signed their Letters of Intent today to continue their careers at the college level! The students we honor today are: Hannah Blaser '16 (Swimmer, NCAA Division I commitment to Penn State University), Brigit Coleman ’16 (Basketball, NCAA Division II commitment to The University of the Sciences), Erica DeCandido ’16 (Basketball, NCAA Division III commitment to Tufts University), Megan DuVernois ’16 (Field Hockey, NCAA Division I commitment to University of North Carolina), Ava Rosati ’16 (Field Hockey, NCAA Division I commitment to University of Pennsylvania), Allie Szekely ‘16 (Swimmer, NCAA Division I commitment to Stanford University). #gomonarchs #gwyneddgirls #gwyneddmercyacademy #proudofourgirls


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    Ministry & Service

    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.

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    Giving to Gwynedd

    Giving is a Mercy tradition. For over 150 years, a countless number of alumnae, friends and parents have made substantial contributions to our mission of educating young women. We invite you to join this long and distinguished line of benefactors by exploring options for donations, special gifts and legacies.

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    Spotlight on the Arts

    The award winning visual and performing arts departments offer a Gwynedd student exceptional opportunities to find her creative voice, showcase her talent and develop her full artistic potential, whether she is in pursuit of the arts as a profession, as a passion or a pastime.