Tell me about yourself: Ways to master the college admissions process

Applying for colleges is in no way an easy task. Sifting through all of the mail is tiring, there’s still so much to get through on the common app, and thinking about how to pay for more education is already too much to handle. But don’t panic just yet. While you edited your essays and … More Tell me about yourself: Ways to master the college admissions process

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Senior extends McNick’s reach with new club

In the 2014-2015 school year, senior Allie O’Keefe took a step to expand McNicholas High School’s reach and become part of the global community by starting a new chapter of United for Uganda (U4U). U4U is a student run non-profit organization started at Moeller High School that aims to support the education of children living … More Senior extends McNick’s reach with new club

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McNick students chow down for ALS, show support for affected alumnus

During a pep rally on Aug. 8, McNicholas students cheered on their classmates in the first ever Coney Chomp Challenge for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). After the Archdiocese asked Catholics to not participate in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge due to a conflict with Catholic teaching and the ALS Association, McNick students asked what they could … More McNick students chow down for ALS, show support for affected alumnus

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Try these lesser-known eco-friendly habits

When thinking of going green, the same things come to mind: recycling, CFL light bulbs, and turning off the water when possible. These are important and can have a big impact, but they’re far from the only way to help Mother Earth. In addition to recycling, try composting. Recycling saves trees, protects biodiversity, reduces the … More Try these lesser-known eco-friendly habits

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Not all rules are written: A guide to rules not in the handbook

Tuck in your shirt, wear your lanyard, and close your email. McNicholas, like any other high school, has a list of rules designed to ensure all students are performing at their full potential. These official rules are all written and promulgated, but there are many other rules known to the students of McNick without having … More Not all rules are written: A guide to rules not in the handbook

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Freshman receives special invitation to tour WCPO

Meteorologist Steve Raleigh gave Freshman Jacob Robb a tour of the WCPO news station on Gilbert Avenue, Tuesday, April 8. Robb was invited to the station after Religion Teacher Teresa Davis emailed to Raleigh an article written by The McNicholas Milestone about Robb’s personal weather website that he updates daily. Raleigh has always been Robb’s … More Freshman receives special invitation to tour WCPO

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McNicholas students compete at CEAS

On Wednesday, March 5, the University of Cincinnati invited area high schools to compete in its annual physics and engineering competition at the College of Engineering and Applied Science. The eight AP Physics students who represented McNicholas in the two-part competition were seniors Mark Flatt, Paxton Knight, Anthony Luster, Andrew Pearson, Cameron Roesel, Grant Tore, … More McNicholas students compete at CEAS

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