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Planned Giving

Thoughtfully structured planned gifts have the unparalleled potential to sustain and grow McNicholas High School’s ability to serve our students, while often affording exceptional financial and tax benefits to our planned gift benefactors.

Planned gifts will sustain the life and mission of McNicholas High School. In fact, a planned gift from the Sisters of Saint Joseph of 48 acres, a beautiful convent building, and our core academic facilities gave life to McNicholas High School in 1951. We have much work to do to ensure that the sacred motto of our founding Sisters—That youth may attain Full Stature in Christ—will continue to flourish for generations to come.

If you are planning to include McNicholas High School in your estate plan, please use this confidential form to inform us of those plans. Sharing these plans with us today opens the door for opportunities to:

  • Create a plan for your gift that fulfills your personal intentions and objectives
  • Designate McNick’s use of your gift
  • Maximize the impact of your gift
  • Honor your benefaction during your lifetime
  • Thank you for considering a planned gift to McNicholas High School

We invite you contact us to learn more about how you can ensure that our sacred mission will live on—today, tomorrow, and forever.
 

John Jorden

John Jorden

Director of Development
Annette McHugh

Annette McHugh

Development Coordinator
McNicholas welcome three new faculty and staff members.

Please join us in welcoming three new faculty and staff members to the McNicholas family. Mr. Pete Collopy joins the Athletic Department as a strength and conditioning coach, Mrs. Julie Miller has returned to McNicholas as full-time math tutor and co-teacher, and Mrs. Andrea Wheeler joins us as a full-time co-teacher in the English Department.

McNicholas Athletic Director awards the inaugural Bonded Together Award.

Parents, coaches, and student athletes gathered in the Bogenschutz Gym to celebrate an exciting and successful fall sports season. During the Fall Sports Awards program, Athletic Director Drew Schmidt recognized the accomplishments of teams and individuals, applauded the spirit of the Launch Pad and Rocket fans, and thanked the seniors for four-year commitments to their school and their sport.

McNicholas High School student athlete Pierce Taylor who celebrates his intent to continue his athletic career as a Division

Congratulations to student athlete Pierce Taylor who celebrated his intent to continue his athletic career as a Division I wrestler at Ohio University. Pierce is a decorated three-sport athlete and is currently ranked in the Ohio Top 20 for the Class of 2022 wrestlers.

McNicholas celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with a bilingual Mass

Over the past month, Hands Across Campus (HAC) has led our community in the celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, a time dedicated to recognizing influential Hispanic Americans and their positive impact on society.

McNicholas band wins five first place trophies and Reserve Grand Champion

The Rocket Marching Band started their competition season off with two strong performances at the Lebanon High School Band Invitational and the Goshen Band Invitational, bringing home trophies as Lebanon’s Fan Favorite and Goshen’s Reserve Grand Champion.

McNicholas High School cheerleaders welcome Rockets with sign.

McNicholas is excited to celebrate Homecoming this weekend! We will kick off the celebration with a Homecoming Field Day & Pep Rally on Friday, Oct. 8. Weather permitting, the pep rally will be held at Penn Station Stadium beginning at 9:45 a.m. Parents are welcome to join us; students will be dismissed at 11:15 a.m.

Sadly, due to a COVID cancellation, we are unable to play the Friday evening Homecoming football game. As such, there will be no on-campus activity on Friday evening.

McNicholas High School's three National Merit Semifinalists

McNicholas High School is proud to announce that seniors Ethan Koran, Erin McManus, and Jason Munzel are semifinalists in the 2021 National Merit® Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) program. Semifinalists represent the top 1% of seniors nationwide based on the results of the PSAT/NMSQT test the students took as juniors.