Class of 2019 visits National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

While April 2 was a day of standardized testing for most McNicholas students, the seniors, along with their homeroom teachers and other staff members, spent the morning exploring the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center on the banks of the Ohio River. Senior Myles Bailey mentioned that Saint Thomas More alumni in McNick’s Class of 2019 … More Class of 2019 visits National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

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Rocket Roundtable: America reacts to Trump’s first veto

In the nearly 243-year history of the United States of America, its first 44 presidents have issued a grand total of 2,574 vetoes.  On March 15 of his third year occupying the White House, Donald Trump issued veto #1.  The vetoed legislation would have reversed Trump’s national emergency declaration that will allocate funds to continue … More Rocket Roundtable: America reacts to Trump’s first veto

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Unsung Heroine: Mary Beth Sandmann for person of the world

This is the first installment of a new series featuring unsung heroes.  Please take the opportunity to use this survey to nominate someone in the McNicholas community who you consider an ‘unsung hero’.  This can be any student, teacher, staff member, alumni or even a family member who is worthy of being recognized for deeds … More Unsung Heroine: Mary Beth Sandmann for person of the world

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Schools convene for videoconference with Archbishop

On Monday, Jan. 28, seven McNicholas seniors took part in the annual Catholic School’s Week videoconference.  Students from more than a dozen Archdiocese of Cincinnati high schools joined together via videoconference with prepared questions for Archbishop Dennis Schnurr.  Susan Gibbons flanked Schnurr in the livestream at Elder High School.  The Archbishop began the conference with … More Schools convene for videoconference with Archbishop

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