Rockets for Life announce poster contest winners

During the month of October, McNick’s Rockets for Life Club sponsors an annual pro-life poster contest for students. Students are encouraged to create posters reflecting the year’s theme. This year’s theme, “We are God’s Masterpiece” is derived from Ephesians 2:10. Freshman Katy Einberger made a poster of a baby holding a paintbrush with this year’s … More Rockets for Life announce poster contest winners

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Theater opens season with ‘Radium Girls’

  McNicholas High School’s theater program has prepared their fall play, Radium Girls, set to open Nov. 9.  Radium Girls, based on a true story, is “about the girls who painted clocks and dials with fluorescent paint,” Theater Director Teresa De Zarn said. According to playwright D.W. Gregory’s website, the play takes place in 1926 … More Theater opens season with ‘Radium Girls’

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Seniors experience Shantytown 2017

As the weather turns wetter and colder, the Greater Cincinnati Homeless Coalition brings attention to those experiencing homelessness through their city-wide program, Shantytown. Shantytown is an opportunity that helps students learn the difficulties of what it is like to live without a home. “Shantytown has been a tradition at McNicholas to open our eyes to … More Seniors experience Shantytown 2017

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Western Brown student shows support for McNicholas Women’s Volleyball

As the McNicholas Women’s Volleyball Team paved their way in the post-season tournament, school spirit meant more than ever to them. Not only did they receive support from their McNick family, but received support from Western Brown students as well. During the 2016-17 school year, the Women’s Volleyball Team played against Western Brown at their … More Western Brown student shows support for McNicholas Women’s Volleyball

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Las Vegas tragedy prompts discussion about safety

Las Vegas suffered a mass shooting Oct. 1, 2017, as Stephen Paddock opened fire on civilians attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival, killing 58 and injuring almost 500 people. (cnn.com). This crisis left families in mourning, citizens of the United States in shock, and people with questions, prompting a nationwide discussion about safety, especially in … More Las Vegas tragedy prompts discussion about safety

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Counseling and College Readiness: Inside look on McNicholas High School’s school counselors

By Abbey Pour Seeing school counselors may seem like a daunting task, but McNicholas’ counselors, Kaitlyn Richter, Alaina Way, and Matt Wehrman make it easy. Richter, Way and Wehrman help students beyond their academic needs, and are at McNick not only to give advice, but to lend an ear to students in need. In previous … More Counseling and College Readiness: Inside look on McNicholas High School’s school counselors

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McNicholas Theater holds talent show for hurricane relief

By Abbey Pour The McNicholas theater classes hosted a talent show, Seasons of Love, on Sept. 16 with showings at 6 and 8 p.m. The annual talent show typically takes place during second semester, but was rescheduled for an earlier date to fundraise for hurricane relief. Theater Director Teresa De Zarn and her Theater IV … More McNicholas Theater holds talent show for hurricane relief

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