The National Federation for Just Communities held their annual Community Leader Awards Luncheon on January 26th, honoring adults and students who make important contributions to building a just community. Maia Manney '16 is one of the recipients of NFJC's Youth Award!
On Saturday, January 30th, the Upper School Science Olympiad Team competed in the Lake Erie Niagara Science Olympiad Regional Contest. Of the 38 teams that competed in 25 events, Nichols finished third and took home 32 medals, qualifying for the state-wide competition!
Zoe Jackson Gibson '12, current senior at Hobart and William Smith College, has been selected by D3soccer.com as the Defender of the Year and has earned a spot on the website's All-America first team.
On Friday, January 15th Nichols School hosted its second annual Diversity Conference organized by Nichols students Kelah Winfield '16, Jill Daniels '16, and Maia Manney '16.
"It was pretty amazing that we accomplished so much in our first year participating in this event," said Hiller. "Our students confidently took on the challenges put in front of them, and excelled. We can't wait to compete again next year."
Colin Dabkowski, writer and art critic, credited Nichols' Theater Program for creating "one of the most honest pieces of theater about 21st-century Buffalo to emerge from any local company, professional or otherwise."
On the HorizonAll Events
- Feb 10, 2016 Eine Kleine Nacht Musik 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
- Feb 11, 2016 8th Grade Get Air Buffalo Trampoline Park Event 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
- Feb 12, 2016 School Closed - Professional Day