Student Life

Early Childhood

At Our Lady of Mercy School, we believe all children are unique individuals. To educate the whole child, we provide a learning environment that is developmentally appropriate which provides  many opportunities for children to learn reading, math, science and social studies concepts. Students are challenged to think creatively, solve problems, and collaborate with others. The learning environments provide a space where children can grow spiritually, socially, and emotionally. We know that children learn through active exploration in an environment which is rich in materials and opportunities to wonder, explore, create, and share their innate talents with others. We believe by creating safe, nurturing, and positive learning environments, children are not afraid to take chances and are able to express themselves freely. We also believe that a strong home school connection provides the teamwork needed to ensure all students are able to reach their potential as they learn and grow.

Little Saints

Through a play-based approach, we prepare children for academic achievements by promoting choice, joyful exploration, and creative opportunities, fostering collaboration and problem-solving skills. We focus on teaching school routines and rules while prioritizing social-emotional growth, equipping children with essential problem-solving skills. Our curriculum includes enriching activities such as art, music, library, and physical education, complementing our educational approach. 


In Pre-K, we cherish each child’s uniqueness, providing a well-rounded education through project-based learning for immersive experiences. Tailoring our environment to their developmental needs, we celebrate every child’s individuality. Alongside teaching reading, math, science, and social studies, we explore Catholic teachings. Our spaces inspire creative thinking, problem-solving, and Christian values. To engage children actively, we offer diverse materials and opportunities, nurturing curiosity, experimentation, and talent-sharing. Our curriculum also includes enrichments such as art, music, library, and physical education.