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Archbishop McNicholas High School promotes a Christ-centered, Catholic community that embraces each student spiritually, intellectually, morally, and physically. We provide a safe, nurturing, creative, and challenging campus where individuals will grow in knowledge and faith. We equip our students with opportunities and experiences that will enable them to achieve excellence, live out gospel values, and attain full stature in Christ.

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McNicholas seniors visit NURFC
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Students present at regional science fair, advance to state
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Seniors find peace at ‘Toppa Joppa’ in Appalachia
Long-term Spanish sub needed at McNicholas
Archbishop McNicholas High School is seeking a long-term sub in Spanish for the remainder of the 2016-2017 school year. The ideal candidate will possess an excellent command of the subject matter and uphold the values and mission of Archbishop McNicholas High School. The Licensed… Continue
Archbishop McNicholas High School is seeking a long-term sub in Spanish for the remainder of the 2016-2017 school year. The ideal candidate will possess an excellent command of the subject matter and uphold the values and mission of Archbishop McNicholas High School. The Licensed Secondary Spanish teacher should be comfortable teaching second year Spanish students. Please send a resume to McNicholas High School Curriculum Director Dan Rosenbaum at drosenbaum@mcnhs.org.
Summer Reading, Unplugged for Class of 2021
McNicholas High School will again offer its summer program, Summer Reading, Unplugged, designed just for our incoming freshmen. This program will give your child the skills he or she needs for a successful start to high school. Using a selection from the required summer reading, … Continue
McNicholas High School will again offer its summer program, Summer Reading, Unplugged, designed just for our incoming freshmen. This program will give your child the skills he or she needs for a successful start to high school. Using a selection from the required summer reading, Life As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer, students will be taught strategies that will empower them to "unplug" internet sites and other sources that can undermine their self-confidence and short-change their comprehension. Summer Reading, Unplugged will: • Teach active reading strategies to build comprehension • Build organizational skills for your child's transition to high school • Instill confidence in reading academic materials • Give your child a head start on the summer reading requirement • Allow new friendships to develop Class size is limited to 20 students per session and sessions typically fill quickly.
McNicholas seeks applications for English teacher, math teacher, librarian
Archbishop McNicholas High School currently has three openings for the 2017-18 school year.
Class of 2017--Graduation information
The Class of 2017 is closing in of the last quarter of high school. Please read about guidelines and procedures for graduation.

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RT @McNickSoftball: MCNV 9, GLNS 7 | Final Score https://t.co/nPnErvr5J1
Posted on: March,25 2017
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RT @McNickSoftball: JV softball's score will be streaming this afternoon from their scrimmage against Mason starting at 5:00pm. Stay tuned…
Posted on: March,23 2017
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A big thanks to our trainer Michael McCafferty! He goes well beyond the icing, taping, and wrapping. McNicholas is fortunate to have you helping our student athletes.
Posted on: March 23, 2017
Thanks to our alumni for showing us that like friendship, serving our community goes beyond high school! #FullStatureinChrist Once a Rocket, always a Rocket!
Posted on: March 23, 2017
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