During the Easter break, a group of our Gwynedd girls traveled to Haiti to help the poor and those affected by natural disasters. Each day they blogged about their experiences. To share in their journey, please click HERE.
A service trip to Camden took place this month, with students and faculty volunteering their time to help those in need. To read about their experience, click HERE.
On Friday, April 7, the Sophomore Immersion Retreat consisted of a wonderful day of service at 7 different locations throughout the region, including De Paul Catholic School, Hope Partnership, Mercy Neighborhood Ministries, St. Malachy School, St. Ignatius/Our Mother of Sorrows School, Face to Face and St. Helena School.
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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 30th, 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.