McNicholas celebrated its 72nd annual Mardi Gras on Sunday, Feb. 18 with the crowning of King Remington Holder and Queen Calla Garretson.
Student showcased their varied interests at the Science Department’s annual science fair on Thursday, Jan. 25, some using their love of plants, baking, or sunshine as the basis for their projects.
The McNicholas Theatre Department proudly announces its upcoming performance of the hit Broadway musical, MEAN GIRLS: High School Version. While the musical humorously depicts the pitfalls of gossip, bullying, and exclusion, it also serves as a platform to emphasize the importance of kindness, forgiveness, and compassion.
McNicholas students celebrated Catholic School Week with a school-wide Day of Christ’s Love in Action. Each academic department facilitated a different service project so that students had an opportunity to touch many lives as they worked their way through their class schedules.
Congratulations to our student athletes who participated in National Signing Day to celebrate their intent to continue their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level.
Congratulations to the Rocket band members who earned state ratings in the Ohio Music Education Solo & Ensemble Competition as well as our students who represented McNicholas in the OMEA District 14 Honor Band.
Congratulations to seniors Alexander Smith and Maria Billies who have been named Captain and Maid of Honor of the 72nd annual Mardi Gras Ball. This announcement officially kicks off the Mardi Gras season at McNicholas which culminates in the annual Mardi Gras Pageant on Sunday, Feb. 18.
McNicholas made the cover of the January issue of The Catholic Telegraph for its Culinary Chemistry and Food Science courses that foster “an appreciation of God’s gift of food and the know-how behind it.”
Sophomore Sophia Brockman’s talent was in the spotlight when she performed with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra during the Holiday Pops show.