New teacher joins World Languages Department

Sergio Munda, the new Spanish II teacher at McNicholas High School, was hired to replace Cass Cleavinger who did not return to McNicholas for the 2017-2018 academic year.  Munda has been teaching since 2009 both abroad and in the U.S. However, he knew how to speak Spanish long before he began teaching it. From a … More New teacher joins World Languages Department

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WWII veteran honored at annual Veterans Day assembly

By Trey Ackel World War II veteran and former Army Staff Sergeant Frank “Bud” Buschmeier was honored along with other veterans at McNicholas High School on Nov. 10 during McNicholas’s annual Veterans Day assembly and breakfast. Congressional Representative Brad Wenstrup, from Ohio’s second district, attended as the guest speaker and presented Buschmeier with The French … More WWII veteran honored at annual Veterans Day assembly

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Senior athletes commit to college athletics

At a Nov. 8 signing ceremony, Rocket seniors Michael Lang and Grace Turner signed National Letters of Intent, committing them to college athletics starting with the 2018-2019 school year. Lang signed to play baseball for Ohio Dominican University, and Turner committed to volleyball at University of Virginia. Michael Lang Lang will be attending Ohio Dominican … More Senior athletes commit to college athletics

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Former science teacher, grad returns to McNick

  The newest addition to the McNicholas High School staff is actually one who is very familiar with McNicholas. Lauren Wulker has returned to McNicholas to serve as Cat Lest’s substitute while she is on maternity leave. However, what many students may not know is that this is Wulker’s third time at McNicholas.   Wulker, … More Former science teacher, grad returns to McNick

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Walk Day 2017 falls short of previous year’s donations

Having raised over $40,000 for Walk Day in 2016-2017, McNicholas fell short of a similar goal this year, only raising a total of $29, 668 for the annual event on Sept. 29. One possible reason for this was the change in Walk Day format. New this year, students walked a communal course based on the … More Walk Day 2017 falls short of previous year’s donations

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Liturgy Choir plans worship; seeks new members

Every all-school mass day there are over 20 students who choose to participate in a different way than the rest of their peers. Not only do they Dr. Loretta Graner, the teacher of AP Music Theory and Liturgy Choir, described Liturgy Choir as “students leading worship through music.” According to Graner, the choir performs for … More Liturgy Choir plans worship; seeks new members

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McNicholas kicks off football season with winning record

By Trey Ackel With a 6-point victory over Turpin, a 17-point victory over Roger Bacon, and a 24-point shut out against Taft, McNicholas is off to a 3-1 record. Despite a 49-point deficit in their game against Anderson on Sept. 3, the Varsity Rocket Football team still feels confident in its ability to win future … More McNicholas kicks off football season with winning record

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