Student Philanthropy Club donates money to ProKids

McNicholas students are taught to be giving students and many are part of the largest student organization at the school: Service Club. Through this club and outside resources, students log hundreds of service hours during the year. Just one of the many ways the students of McNick give back to the local community is through … More Student Philanthropy Club donates money to ProKids

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Goodbye Mr. Kissel: A tribute to McNick’s Student Moderator

There are teachers who can make an impact on a person or class and then there are people who can affect a whole school community, like McNick Student Moderator, Mr. Gerard Kissel. If you see Kissel in the halls, you know you’ll always be greeted with smile and greeting of “How you doing, brother?” or … More Goodbye Mr. Kissel: A tribute to McNick’s Student Moderator

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Bump, set, spike: Men’s volleyball begins new season

The McNick Men’s Volleyball Varsity and JV Teams played their first game of the season over Spring Break. Both teams lost to Fenwick and the Varsity team lost their second game against Alter. The teams made a comeback at their game on April 5 against Roger Bacon, where they both won.  “We tried our best … More Bump, set, spike: Men’s volleyball begins new season

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Senior learns to survive in the wild

While the majority of McNicholas students were enjoying their Christmas breaks relaxing at home, senior Beth Simmons was in Boundary Waters, Wisconsin, cross country skiing, dog sledding, and learning to survive in freezing weather. Simmons was one of seven high schoolers from around the world learning how to survive through the Outward Bound program. Outward … More Senior learns to survive in the wild

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Blood Drive held in alumni family’s honor

The McNicholas family gathers together through the good and the bad. Earlier this year, McNick supported junior Adrian Ell through her battle with cancer and on Jan.29, the community celebrated with ’98 grads Bridget (Liette) and Bret Dennis whose 18-month-old son has been cured of SCID (Severe Combined Immunodeficiency). To thank Hoxworth Blood Supply, the … More Blood Drive held in alumni family’s honor

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