Each year, alumnae, current parents, parents of alumnae, grandparents, faculty and staff, and friends make a difference at Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School by supporting the Mercy Fund. Annual gifts at all levels—whether $25 or $1,000 or more to qualify for Gwynedd's annual giving leadership society—collectively generate one of the School’s most significant sources of support, benefiting virtually every aspect of the Gwynedd experience—academics, technology, facilities, retreats, service opportunities, financial aid, and more—and every student. High participation alone among all members of our community makes a big impact, as it helps Gwynedd to secure foundation funding.
Your gifts benefit every aspect of the Gwynedd education and experience and every one of our students through:
Gwynedd prides itself on the rigorous academic programs that it offers. The addition of new honors and AP courses and other enhanced course selection have allowed our young women to explore their interests and strengthen their talents.
Scholarship and Financial Aid
Gwynedd attracts talented and passionate young women to attend Gwynedd. Through specific scholarships for academic, music and art as well financial aid, students are able to attend regardless of their financial background.
Gwynedd's Mercy tradition provides an unique lens in which our young women learn and participate in extracurricular activities. These young women are transformed by the Mercy spirit through their encounters on retreats, service opportunities, and in the halls of Gwynedd.
The Learning Commons and Gwynedd's "bring your own device policy" is just the beginning of the technological advances that are preparing our young women to face the 21st century with confidence and enthusiasm. These and other additions have created opportunities for critical thinking and collaborative learning in the classroom and around the world.
Continuous upgrades to the school building including two STEM centers, upgraded Chemistry lab, and a multi-sport turf complex demonstrate Gwynedd's commitment for future learning by providing these state-of-the-art facilities.
Questions or for more information, please contact:
Colleen Corace Connor '86
Director of Annual Giving