"The biggest thing WMA prepared me for in high school was the material they teach. The concepts of eighth grade math were essentially identical to my Honors Algebra I class in freshman year. WMA did a very good job of helping me understand the concepts of the subject so that I could take it to another level in high school."
—Connor Mullen ’11, St. Joseph's Prep
"Waldron Mercy Academy provided me with the right criteria and knowledge to get me ready for high school. WMA teachers taught how to write papers really well, which prepared me for writing in high school. The organizational skills I learned made it easier to do work in high school. When I came to Waldron in the third grade, math was one of my worst subjects. By the time I graduated, it was one of my best!"
—Oliver Cataldi ’13, Penn Charter High School
"Waldron prepared me both academically and socially for high school. I now go to Lower Merion High School, so it was quite a change for coming from a small, private, Catholic school to a large, public school. However, I feel as if Waldron prepared me well even though the two schools are quite different in some aspects, such as size. The teachers and faculty at Waldron have always been supportive and helpful, and continue to be whenever I visit. Waldron has made such an impact on me. WMA has a wide variety of activities that one can join. I was in many different activities, and I admire that Waldron was a school that encouraged students to be well-rounded by making sure that they could fit multiple activities into their schedule if wanted to without having to give something else up. The faculty at Waldron is something else that I greatly admire because, as I think back to my times at Waldron, I come up with a countless amount of memories that I had with teachers and other staff members at WMA. Everyone was incredibly friendly and enjoyable."
—Kelly Harrigan ’13, Lower Merion High School
"Waldron Mercy Academy is uncontested in its ability to educate the whole person. My time at La Salle College High School has been far from herculean, thanks to the faculty and staff at WMA. In retrospect, the experiences and education which I obtained throughout my tenure at WMA will undoubtedly remain within me for the rest of my life. I am sure that Waldron Mercy Academy will be a vanguard in education for years to come."
—Gavin A.M. O'Brien ’11, LaSalle College High School
"WMA prepared me for the high school experience extremely well including the study skills and the tests we received, which were not easy. It challenged your thinking outside the box. Getting help for reading while attending Waldron truly helped and, once I went to high school, the grammar was all review. I knew the answer to certain questions with no trouble. Lastly, the mathematics department and science department at WMA are such great resources in being useful in the upper grade levels. Without learning the information I did, I do not think I would be the student that I am today."
—Taylor Gaines '12, Merion Mercy Academy