Mercy Updates

  1. Junior High Field Study: Day Four – The Freedom Trail

    Can you walk in one’s presence if they’re dead? Honestly? Today I realized how important social ranking was.   I had always known it was important, but now I realized that people felt so strongly about how much money you owned, instead of who you were, that even Churches had a method using social ranking…. Continue Reading »
  2. Maid of the Mist: Junior High Field Study 2017

    April 25, 2017 Dear Parents, We survived the second day of the class trip! We started the day by visiting the Maid of the Mist in Niagara Falls, New York. There, a boat drove through the waterfall’s mist, leaving us all drenched. We wore snazzy blue ponchos to make sure our clothes didn’t get too… Continue Reading »
  3. Recycling Champions – Cap Collection

    HELP FILL OUR BAGS Please send in used container caps  Our recycling teams are leading an initiative to collect caps and transform them into a bench or table for the school.  We need to collect ten (10) 55 gallon yard waste bags full of caps and we need your help! How to help: Read letter… Continue Reading »
  4. Alumni News: Lynn Mitchell (’86)

    Class of ‘86 graduate, Lynn Mitchell, paid a visit to Mercy Montessori when she was in town this summer.   She was visiting her hometown as well as her aunt, Mercy’s own Linda Wright.  After graduating from Mercy, Lynn attended Walnut Hills High School and went on to study at Xavier University.   Lynn is currently living… Continue Reading »
  5. Alumni Parent Highlights Cincinnati’s Accessible Venues

    Kathleen Cail, alumni parent of Ben (a junior at Skidmore College) and Grace (a senior at Indian Hill High School), and wife of current Mercy Board Treasurer, Jeff Cail, is spearheading a community project called Access Cincinnati. This organization will help communicate the accessibility and visitability of venues downtown and in Over The Rhine. Kathleen… Continue Reading »
  6. Essa Britt Selected As Honor Camper

    Out of the nearly 3,000 campers who attended YMCA Camp Ernst this year, Essa Britt was among the two percent who won the prestigious Honor Camper Award. A tradition since 1928, Honor Camper was created by Willard  L. Wade (Camp Ernst’s founder) to recognize campers with outstanding character and leadership. Camp Ernst’s staff of more than… Continue Reading »
  7. Boy Scouts Renovate the Ecolab

    This summer Carter Fee, a Mercy sixth grade graduate and son to preprimary teacher Diane Fee, spent many long, hot hours renovating the Ecolab stage along with his Boy Scout Troop.   Carter was happy to do any kind of project at Mercy. After meeting with Lisa and some of the Junior High kids who had… Continue Reading »
  8. Summer Building Updates & Improvements at Mercy

    Mercy’s buildings and grounds are getting some upgrades this summer!  Our fantastic facility managers (Chris Byrnes, Jim Lohre, Eddie Elliott, Tresor Kalala, Earl Hearst, and Matt Gilbert) have been hard at work all around the building this summer, giving our walls a fresh coat of paint, shining the floors, and making Mercy even more safe… Continue Reading »
  9. FIRST LEGO League Team Moves on to District Tournament

    At the FIRST LEGO League Regional tournament, Mercy’s team placed 3rd in the robot competition (they scored a 380 with the highest score being a 447), was recognized for their robot programming with a trophy, and the best part…advanced to the District competition at iSpace on January 16th. Only 5 of the 17 teams were… Continue Reading »
  10. Preschool Feast 2015

    Preschool students at Mercy Montessori celebrated their annual Thanksgiving Feast on Friday, November 20th. In the weeks leading up to the event, all four primary classes spent time learning about the Pilgrims, Wampanoag Indians, and what it means to be thankful. In addition, they enjoyed a field trip to Imago Earth Center where they learned… Continue Reading »