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Rocket artists inducted to honor society

Twenty-three students were inducted to the National Art Honor Society this April. NAHS inspires and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art and supports members in their efforts to attain the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service.

These brilliant students were recognized for the ways that their artistic talents and creativity make our world more beautiful: Bella Dawson, Isabella Bonner, Marian Favro, Sophia Petrotte, Olivia Rohling, Abbie Durham, Will Beatty, Conner Dute, Conner Gibson, Caroline Fleming, Ruby Horgan, Leah Hebenstreit, Ashley Jarrold, Cloe Jones, Skylar Kutcher, Ali Rivas, Emily Simms, Alyssa Standforth, Morgan Svarda, Gia Underhill, Gabby Gruppo, Mara Jones, and Grant Must.

Group photo of students who were indicted to NAHS.
    McNicholas students collect recycling

    Students in the Environmental Science classes are caring for God’s creation and learning about sustainability by taking responsibility for the school recycling program. Science teacher Mr. Eric Hickman jump started the program as part of his Environmental Science curriculum. “My goal for this class is to make students aware of environmental issues and empower them to be a part of the solutions,” Mr. Hickman said.

    Early IT contest winner holds up prize

    Congratulations to freshman Louis Smith and sophomores Eli Holland and Jonathan Byrum who earned top awards in University of Cincinnati’s Early IT Fall Competition. Louis won first place in the Programming category for his Java script program that helps builders to calculate construction costs. Eli and Jonathan, who took second place as a team in the Web Development category, were challenged to create an original website that highlights the UC Early IT Program at McNicholas. 

    Rockets enjoy Pumpkin STEM lab and creative fall fun

    McNicholas students celebrated fall and Halloween with pumpkins galore inside and outside the classroom! Mr. Steve Dalton's class participated in the yearly pumpkin catapult STEM lab, the English Department hosted a literary pumpkin decorating contest, and CREWs carved out some time for fun with their own contest.