McNick honors veterans on Nov. 11 

McNicholas once again welcomed many veterans during its annual Veterans Day Assembly on Thursday, Nov. 11. This year’s guests included alumni as well as those who traveled with former McNicholas students and the Gary Sinise Foundation in April 2019 to visit the National World War II Museum in New Orleans. Veterans were again able come into the school, unlike in 2020, when students had to watch a pre-recorded video … More McNick honors veterans on Nov. 11 

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Math tutoring program offered to all students

McNicholas recently added a math tutoring program that is available for access to all students who are seeking help with their math courses. Students can go to tutoring for assistance on better understanding of a topic, getting caught up, studying for tests or quizzes, and homework help. Julie Miller, the tutor, is located in the … More Math tutoring program offered to all students

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C.R.E.W. launches Gifts for Hope

On Friday, November 12, C.R.E.W. leadership met to launch the annual all-school philanthropy Gifts for Hope. Junior Autumn Strebel and senior Ashley Jarrold are heading the event. History teacher and C.R.E.W. leadership moderator Todd Naumann, Assistant Director of Admissions and Enrollment Jennifer Tumser, and Director of Student Life Mike Orlando are also assisting with the … More C.R.E.W. launches Gifts for Hope

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McNicholas Band marches to the end of a successful season

The McNicholas Marching Band ended their competition season on Sunday, Nov. 7 where they placed 15th out of 29 bands at the Mid-State Band Association’s Championships at Simon Kenton High School in Kentucky. The band competed in five competitions in addition to playing at every home football game half-time show.   At the West Clermont Band Invitational, the Rockets placed 1st Class A and won best band, music, … More McNicholas Band marches to the end of a successful season

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