McNicholas is excited to welcome Father Kevin Scalf of the Missionaries of the Precious Blood as School Chaplain and Theology Teacher.
Mission & Ministry
McNicholas prepares and empowers students, faculty, and staff for lifelong, active discipleship and growth toward Full Stature in Christ.
Our Catholic faith inspires and permeates everything we do as we work to accomplish our mission:
To inspire young men and women through faith formation and academic excellence to become compassionate leaders and grow toward Full Stature in Christ.
Our founders, the Sisters of St. Joseph, dedicate themselves to the most perfect love of God “with their feet in the street” to serve their neighbors without distinction. We are inspired by their example to live a life in service to others, to work for justice, and to be compassionate leaders in our homes, careers, vocations, and communities.
Through liturgy, prayer, retreats, Christian service, and other service-learning and faith-building experiences, students are challenged, encouraged, and inspired to develop their faith and to put it into action.
McNick has taught me and my peers that selflessness, compassion, and empathy play such an important role in our lives, and we want to take what we have learned here and make an impact on other people.
Claire, Class of '21
After 45 years of service, Mr. John Norman taught his last class at McNicholas High School and exited the school building amidst the cheering of students and staff.
Congratulations to freshman artist Lucy Timko whose artwork was selected as one of twelve designs for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Bicentennial Holy Cards.
Senior Bella Dawson received the Spirit of Sr. Dorothy Stang Award for exemplifying Sr. Dorothy’s values, including outreach to others and care for creation.
Morgan Vogler, Class of 2017, speaks to faculty and students about taking steps toward sustainable living.
The McNicholas St. Vincent de Paul Youth Conference helps members grow in compassionate leadership through service learning.
McNicholas celebrates its 125th Kairos retreat.
Students team up with CancerFree KIDS to fundraise for and spread awareness about childhood cancer. Rockets raised over $15,000.
Rockets celebrate Martin Luther King Day by participating in a service learning opportunity through the Society of St. Vincent de Paul's Ozanam Center.