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Current Families

What do I need to do if my student is absent? How do I check my student’s academic progress?  What if I need to contact a teacher? I just got my license. Where can I park? What time does C bell end? What’s for lunch?!

Find the answers to these questions and more on this page created just for our current families.

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Peer-To-Peer Tutoring

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Service Opportunites

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    McNicholas High School graduation

    Congratulations to our newest graduates who received their diplomas at the MegaCorp Pavilion on Sunday, May 21.The Class of 2023 nominated Alex Reed to deliver the welcome and Student Body President Autumn Strebel to share her thoughts about the spirit and experience of their class.

    Top 10 Academic Signing

    Congratulations to the Class of 2023 Top 10! These 10 students have achieved the highest weighted cumulative grade point average up to and including the third quarter of their senior year: Augie Block, Ellie Bowman, Danielle Dietz, Nate Kouche, Grey Murray, Jacob Patterson, Landen Rupp, Alex Russo, Kaitlyn Schulte, and Autumn Strebel.

    Front of the Capstone Symposium invitation

    Members of the Class of 2023 presented their social justice service-learning projects to a standing-room only audience during the 2023 Capstone Symposium. Using the Seven Themes of Catholic Social Teaching as inspiration, students researched and explored ways to use their God-given brilliance to actively love God and their neighbor.

    Prom King and Queen

    Rockets danced the night away at "A Starry Night" Prom at TQL Stadium with a fun night of dinner, dancing and celebrating. Congratulations to Queen Karleen Leibreich, King Aiden Kelly, and all the members of the Prom Court!