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Mercy McAuley High School

Mercy Mc Auley students, along with English Teacher Pam Vissing and Art Teacher Bailey Pearce, spent a week serving children with critical illnesses and their families at Give Kids the World Village in Kissimmee, Florida! Check out the photos:

St. Xavier experience inspires grad to teach As he began his high school quest, Daniel Freeman was grateful that his parents didn’t apply any pressure regarding his choice. “My parents both attended public high schools, and said the decision was up to me,” he said. Freeman, who attended St. Ignatius

Bishop Binzer and members of the Central Offices of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati ready for the 2019 Findlay Market Opening Day Parade. (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
The Cincinnati Reds were the 1st Major League Baseball team in 1869. Celebrating 150 years, the Archdiocesan Central Offices, Mascots from our Catholic High Schools, and the Drum Line from Purcell Marian High School marched in the 100th Findlay Market Opening Day Parade. In 1869, Archbishop John Baptist Purcell led

Goodbye Mass ends in tears, laughter; new school to open in fall This story first appeared in our July, 2018 print edition By Eileen Connelly, OSU Hundreds of members of the McAuley High School community, including alumnae, students, parents, faculty, and friends came together May 27 for a final Mass

On June 2, 2018, a celebration was held on the grounds of Mother of Mercy High School. Here’s a look back on that most special evening.

Cincinnati – Today, in a joint pep assembly of all students, faculty and staff from both McAuley and Mother of Mercy High Schools, the school colors, mascot, logo and tagline were revealed for the new Mercy McAuley High School, which opens in August of 2018. The new school’s official colors

Mercy High School, left, and McAuley High School will Beginning in fall 2018, Cincinnati’s young women
Now that the Mercy McAuley leadership has been named, what happens to the current principal and staff? All current faculty and staff of both Mother of Mercy and McAuley high schools will remain in place through the 2017-2018 school year. As the new leaders come on board, they will assess

Mercy High School, left, and McAuley High School will Beginning in fall 2018, Cincinnati’s young women
After a national search, the Sisters of Mercy announce the appointment of the new president and the new principal of Mercy McAuley High School, who will work in tandem to continue the sisters’ rich heritage of providing young women in Cincinnati with a Catholic Mercy education. These leaders will guide