1. Challenger Sports Soccer Camp

    In August, Mercy partnered with Challenger Sports to host its annual British Soccer Camp at Otto Armleder Park. Kids from preschool through 8th grade participated in the weeklong program that featured individual foot skills, technical drills, tactical practices, small-sided games, coached scrimmages, and a daily World Cup tournament.  Special thanks to parent-volunteer, Lisa Galvin-Sang for organizing… Continue Reading »
  2. Back to School Mass

    The Junior High did a fantastic job preparing the Back To School Mass on August 29th.   We were thankful to have Father Bill Verbryke as our celebrant that morning.   Parents were invited to come early to enjoy some coffee and breakfast in the parlor and then join their children for mass.    It was… Continue Reading »
  3. “Chocolate Fever” at Reading Camp!

    The halls of Mercy were filled with the sweet smell of chocolate in August when lower elementary teacher, Noreen Sullivan, hosted the first annual Chocolate Reading Camp. The camp focused on three books, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, “The Chocolate Touch”,  and “Chocolate Fever”.    Great reading is made up of 5 skills – phonetic awareness, phonics, comprehension, vocabulary,… Continue Reading »
  4. Mercy Alumni Present Work at Clay Street Press

    Mercy graduates, Violet Schramm (’13) and Max Freyberger (’11), were selected as part of a group of eight ArtWorks Youth Apprentices who worked with artists, Anthony Luensman and Emily Sites, to create their own projects in anticipation of an outdoor neon installation by Luensman at the Cincinnati Art Museum.   Violet, Max, and their co-apprentices presented… Continue Reading »