Inspiring Girls to Achieve Greatness

Sisters Academy of New Jersey is a girls’ middle school, for grades five through eight, located in Asbury Park, New Jersey. The Academy focuses on educating girls from economically challenged families in order to provide them with the tools necessary to gain access into and success in private high schools and universities. In fact, 100% of our students graduate from high school.

Sisters Academy of New Jersey, a program of Mercy Center, is a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Mercy.

The Academy is dedicated to creating a caring and supportive environment that promotes academic excellence, builds confidence and raises self-esteem. We welcome you to share in our mission to break the cycle of poverty and eradicate its immediate effects by offering our young women an opportunity to receive an education of excellence.

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  • "I know I am compassionate and dedicated and I want to help others. Sisters Academy gave me my foundation."
    MURLAINE, Class of 2002
  • “I received an excellent academic education at Sisters Academy as well as an education in the Mercy Core Values all of which has helped guide me to where I am today”.
    MELISSA, Class of 2003
  • “One of the biggest milestones in my life was my service on Mercy Center’s Board of Trustees. Serving as a board member allowed me to give back to Sisters Academy in a meaningful way. It was my way of saying thank you – for the support, love, opportunities and for instilling in me the value of dreaming big and working hard to make that dream a reality. Sisters Academy helped make me who I am today.”
    VALENCIA, Class of 2003
  • “I received an excellent education at Sisters Academy. The Academy offered extraordinary support for the education of women and women empowerment. Sisters Academy helped me dream of and work for a better future for myself, a future that I never even thought possible.”
    MELISSA, Class of 2010