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Jones resumes role as yearbook adviser

By Nicholas Wynn The 2017-2018 McNicholas yearbook will be created by nine senior students under yearbook adviser Anne Jones. All nine students are new to the yearbook class, and this year marks Jones’s return to teaching. The theme is Time Flies. “My goal is to empower this group of nine seniors as much as possible,” … Continue reading

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Rockets blast off on 2017-2018 school year

Dear Rockets, The first bell of the year sounded and the roar of stampeding students followed. This means that classes are again in session and the 2017-2018 school year has officially begun. While some Rocket High students may be anxious or uneasy about the upcoming year, I expect this year to be an exciting year … Continue reading

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Advisory groups immerse freshmen in McNicholas community

By Isabella Daley Archbishop McNicholas High School launched its new advisory program for the members of the Class of 2021 on Aug. 21, the first day of freshman orientation. McNicholas replaced its traditional homerooms of 20-30 students with smaller advisory groups of 10-12 students, about 3 senior peer mentors, and a mentor teacher that stays … Continue reading

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‘The Milestone’ wishes all a happy summer

Dear Milestone readers and subscribers, The McNicholas Milestone has endured another outstandingly successful year, and on behalf of the entire Milestone staff, allow me to sincerely thank you. It is thanks to all of our loyal readers and supporters that we are able to remain in publication and continue to provide a genuine production of … Continue reading

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Supported by her small group, Freshman Aimee Gauger addresses her class during Freshman Day of Renewal on Oct. 16. The event was the first time the Class of 2021 came together for a school retreat. Nearly 50 seniors lead the freshman by serving as peer ministers.