Journeys End Refugee Services is one of the school's closest community partners. Each year, as a community, we work to furnish apartments for families resettled through the refugee resettlement process.
Nichols is excited to announce a new opportunity for Nichols 7th, 8th, and 9th grade students starting this June, 2024 - Nichols HEART Abroad. Students will have the opportunity to travel each summer and immerse themselves in new cultures, applying what they’ve learned at school in exciting new locations and demonstrating their HEART through service activities while there.
Nichols School is pleased to announce the 2023 Athletic Hall of Fame class. The group will be honored at an induction ceremony, slated for Saturday, September 16, 2023, in the Flickinger Performing Arts Center.
The successful completion of Nichols School’s most ambitious fundraising campaign in its 131-year history was announced at the Saturn Club during the All iN Campaign for Nichols School celebration event on March 15.
Chair of the Nichols School Board of Trustees, Kate Roach ’83, welcomed a crowd of past and present school leaders and community philanthropists to celebrate the successful completion of All iN, the largest campaign in the 131-year history of the school.
Head of School Christopher Burner is pleased to announce RJ Gicewicz as the new Director of Nichols Boys Youth Hockey Program and 18U Prep Coach.
Coach Gicewicz is stepping into the role of Director of Nichols Boys Youth Hockey Program and 18U Prep Coach after coaching the school’s 16U program for the past two seasons, along with being the Recruiting and Skills Coordinator for the 2022-23 season.
A Summer Intern Grant Program was created in 1992 by The Western New York Foundation to endow an opportunity for Nichols Upper School students in grades 9-11 to receive financial assistance for a summer service opportunity or unpaid internship.
We are pleased to announce the call for work for the 22st Annual Nichols School Flick Fest Student Film and Video Festival! The festival accepts entries by middle and high school students across Western New York. Student work submitted to the festival is judged by a panel of student filmmakers and curated into a single evening screening.