Many talented and motivated young women apply for admission to Our Lady of Mercy Academy. To be considered for early admission, completed applications must be submitted by December 1, 2017. Remaining spots will be filled on a rolling admissions basis.
To apply to The Academy, please print, complete and return the application linked here. In addition to the application, you will also need two letters of recommendation. Please supply the email addresses of your math and English teachers and we will request them for you. We will also need copies of your academic scores for grades 6-8. You may use the form linked here to request those from your current school. Once we receive your completed application, we will contact you to set up an interview with our Head of School.
All applicants are required to sit for OLMA’s entrance exam. In addition to providing a current assessment of a student’s overall academic acumen, exam results will be used to select academic scholarship recipients, as well as to place incoming students in appropriate level courses.
There are four entrance exam dates: *Saturday, November 18, 2017; *Saturday, December 9, 2017; **Saturday, January 20, 2018; and Saturday, March 24, 2018 (pending availability of seats). After this date, entrance exams will be by appointment only (pending availability). You may schedule your exam date by clicking here.
* Eligible for early admissions and academic scholarships
**Eligible for academic scholarships
Young women in Grades 6-8 who are interested in experiencing OLMA’s academics, athletics, service and sisterhood programs first hand, are encouraged to shadow a current student for a day. It’s a lot of fun and our shadows are treated to a complementary lunch in the OLMA Cafe. Simply contact us and we will set it up. Take a look at the video below for a preview of what you will see.
Transfer Application Process
• Contact OLMA Admissions
• Schedule a Visit and Interview
• Complete and Submit an Application
Our Lady of Mercy Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, or school athletic programs.