Our parents didn’t grow up with smartphones, tablets, and stream boxes like many current high school students have. Some of them had computer lab classes and a bit of coding practice, but nowhere near the level of experience gathered by students who use a tablet every day in every class, unless of course they have … More How to survive as the family technology expert
Whenever the temperature dips below 32 degrees, or the weatherman calls for as much as a flurry, students wait in excitement for their school to show up in the ticker at the bottom of the local news. Spoons under pillows and ice down the drain are superstitions most likely abandoned by high school students; however, … More Snow days: A prize or a pest?
Two student teachers, Mr. Zachary Stark and Ms. Jessica Tiettmeyer, have joined the Social Studies and Science Departments, respectively, for the remainder of the 2018-2019 school year. Mr. Zachary Stark: Mr. Zachary Stark is a student teacher in both Mr. Randy Royal and Mr. Frank Lowden’s classes this semester. He graduated from St. Xavier High … More Student teachers join McNicholas for the semester
The McNicholas Theater will present Laughing Stock by Charles Morey beginning January 24 for their winter play. Laughing Stock follows the comical story of a struggling playhouse and the over-the-top people who work there as they attempt to perform three plays. Sophomore Connor Wray plays Jack Morris, a young actor taken under the wing of … More McNicholas Theater to present Laughing Stock