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MCDS Difference

At Mercymount, we are a community of discovery. Our goal is to help Preschool - 8th grade students realize their full potential under the guidance of experienced educators, a supportive community and a culture driven by the Sisters of Mercy values. Our school blends tradition and innovation to prepare students to succeed and serve.

As an independent Catholic school, our core values are woven into everything we do. Students engage in project-driven and STEAM-focused learning that encourages a sense of social responsibility, service and personal integrity. We teach students to take responsibility for their learning through focused projects and a rigorous curriculum.

At Mercymount, students and families experience a loving, accepting sense of community. The student body is coeducational, diverse and welcoming to all. We welcome students regardless of race, color, religion, nationality or ethnic origin. Our staff and faculty are dedicated men and women committed to the core values of the Catholic Church and the Sisters of Mercy.

A progressive Sisters of Mercy values-based education for the whole child. That's the Mercymount difference.

A Campus Built for Learning

Our school features twenty classrooms, a gymnasium, a library, art, music, computer and resource rooms, as well as two playground areas.

A number of years ago we completed a state-of-the-art addition to our school with new facilities, including:

  • Library and Media center with 24" M1 iMac Computers and 9th Gen 10.9" iPads 
  • Computer lab and classroom with Dell Notebooks
  • Dedicated Art and Music classrooms
  • Two Kindergarten classrooms
  • Two Preschool/Pre-K classrooms
  • Middle School wing with outdoor patio
  • Dedicated Science Lab

With these facilities, we can offer new learning opportunities for our students, allowing us to deepen our STEAM-based curriculum. From sports clubs and physical education options to the fine arts, our students are encouraged to pursue their interests and engage in community-focused enrichment opportunities.

Photo shows the library including tables and chairs and comfortable couches, with large windows and stained glass panels
24 iMacs
Photo shows the art room with round tables and colorfully painted ceiling tiles
Photo shows a view of the McAuley Wing hallway, with preschool, kindergarten, music, art, and computer rooms, and library
Photo shows a view of the computer lab, with laptops spaced out at workstations for students
Photo shows a fisheye view of the music room, with chair risers on the right and computers with editing software on the left
Photo shows a colorful, well organized and tidy kindergarten classroom with desks and activity centers
Photo shows a wide-angle view of the science room
Photo shows a colorful and well-organized kindergarten classroom
Photo shows a brightly decorated preschool classroom, including one wall of floor-to-ceiling windows

iMac Computer Lab

Most recently we completed two dedicated iMac Computer Labs including:

  • 21.5" i5 Retina iMacs
  • Dremel DigiLab 3D45-01 3D Printer
  • HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP479fdw
  • Apple TV's with overhead projection

This new lab space furthers our commitment to technology and provides additional resources for STEAM based learning. In this new lab space students have the opportunity to explore:

  • Scratch/Swift Playgrounds (Programming)
  • Garageband (Music)
  • Tinkercad (3D Design and Print)
  • Google App Suite (Presentations, Spreadsheets, Documents)
imac lab
3d printer
3d printer
iPad cart