Down the road from Villanova University, close to Boathouse Row, near Center City and South Philly, and just over the bridge to NJ - MMA has a truly awesome location! View this map to give you a sense of where some of our students reside.
Getting here is easy!
There are lots of ways to get to MMA–by foot, on a school district or SEPTA bus, by car, train, van, or on the new Merion Mercy New Jersey/PA Shuttle.
School District Busing
Students residing in a PA school district, other than Philadelphia, that is within 10 miles of MMA can receive school district busing to school free of charge. This includes the following districts:
|Abington||Rose Tree Media|
|Cheltenham||Southeast Delaware County|
|Colonial||Springfield Delaware County|
|Haverford||Springfield Montgomery County|
|Lower Merion||Upper Darby|
|Marple Newtown||Upper Merion|
New Busing to New Jersey!
Beginning with the 2022-2023 school year, Merion Mercy will offer busing to all South Jersey students on our new transportation system. This shuttle service is available to MMA students who live in New Jersey, and routes will also make stops in South Philadelphia, Center City and key Philadelphia locations. For more details on bus routes and costs, contact the Admissions Office, email@example.com.
MMA Northwest Bus
We are pleased to offer bus service to our families living in Northwest Philadelphia and beyond.
The Northwest Shuttle gathers students each morning at the Woodmere Art Museum, Kohl’s in Andorra Shopping Center, and the Sunoco Gas Station at Henry Avenue and Walnut Lane.
The cost for roundtrip bus service for the school year is $825.
Students residing in the School District of Philadelphia receive weekly SEPTA passes at school free of charge. Students may upgrade their bus passes to a rail pass for approximately $5 a week. Visit the SEPTA website for the most up-to-date bus and train schedules and information.
SEPTA’s 44 bus stops at the school’s front gate. Students may ride the 44 bus to 54th and City Line Avenue, or to Center City, if transferring on to a connecting bus or other transportation such as PATCO’s high speed line.
SEPTA’s Paoli/Thorndale Line stops at the Narberth train station. For students riding the train, a complimentary MMA shuttle van provides roundtrip service to school from the Narberth train station. There are two pickups, 8:00 a.m. and 8:15 a.m. in the morning. The shuttle van leaves MMA at 3:15 p.m. in the afternoon.
Due to township regulations, limited student parking is available on campus. A student must be 17 years old and hold an official state driver’s license to drive to school.
If you have any other questions regarding transportation please contact Mrs. Marianne Grace at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 610-664-6655 ext. 109.