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Teacher’s love for plants keeps McNick green

McNicholas has numerous features that make the school unique. Students attend class in a convent, travel to class via a glass hallway, and have Ms. Deb in the lunchroom. But perhaps one feature more unique than any of these is the plants that sit in every corner and hallway of the building. The plants, as … Continue reading

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McNicholas holds E-Waste Poster Contest

As a part of the Digital Citizenship Day at McNicholas, science teachers assigned students to research electronic waste (e-waste) and to then present their research via posters. The idea, which Biology teacher Lauren Wulker came up with, was originally an idea from Ecology Club last year. “We just thought that you use so many electronics, … Continue reading

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Jesuit universities recruit McNicholas students

As the 2013-2014 school year moves into the fourth quarter, sophomores and juniors are beginning to look more seriously at their options for life after high school. This can be overwhelming for students who are still learning to manage the responsibilities they already have. To make this momentous decision less intimidating, many schools, including McNicholas, … Continue reading

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Gain more; turn your passion into service

While at McNicholas, every student is obligated to complete at least 40 hours of service.  These service hours can be obtained through a variety of ways from group trips to cleaning up McNick’s ‘adopted’ highway to participating in the school’s Service Club.  Though these opportunities provide a worthwhile experience, a greater one can be found … Continue reading

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