We are excited to host an Upper School Open House for prospective students looking at Nichols for ninth through 12th grade, and a Middle School Open House for prospective students looking at Nichols for fifth through eighth grade.
A former Nichols boys prep hockey player who represented Team USA in international competitions, Gicewicz played Division I college hockey at St. Lawrence University and has coaching experience at the junior and college levels.
Learn what Deni, Gacioch and Li hope to accomplish in the year ahead, what inspired them to serve on Student Council, and what they appreciate most about the opportunity to lead in the Nichols community.
Kevin Powers was awarded the William Nichols Award, and the Verdian yearbook was dedicated to Middle School faculty members Wendy Mittlefehldt and Bobby Ross and Upper School faculty members Kerry Bennett and Rob Greene.
Sun Jae and three teammates designed an application called Open Food Facts to assist users in making healthy dietary decisions by giving nutritional information for various foods. The team designed the app using Python and created a video presentation to pitch their app to a panel of select judges.
Nichols Upper School students in Kristen Kelley’s Advanced Acting class is producing a spring comedy show this Friday, May 7, at 7 p.m. Students will be presenting a short showcase of comedy sketches and stand-up sets.
Throughout the year, Entrepreneurial Studies students learn how to conduct product research, create a value proposition, pitch a new product and much more. The four finalist teams presented a short pitch presentation, followed by a question-and-answer session with four judges from various disciplines.
Kemp has led a Great Strides team to support the CFF for each of the past 20 years. She has also served on the Board of Directors for the CFF's Western New York chapter since 2010 and is currently the Board's advocacy chair.
On Tuesday, April 27, Upper School student-athletes competing on Nichols' boys and girls hockey, boys and girls basketball, boys and girls squash, and girls volleyball teams were recognized for their dedication, leadership and efforts in their respective sports.
Nichols School students and faculty volunteered virtually with Journey’s End Refugee Services last week to provide an exciting experience for families new to Western New York. The service week included lessons on computer literacy, math, science and art, and wrapped up with a surprise visit from two Buffalo Bills players.
Hall and the rest of this year's Community Hero Award recipients were selected based upon the impact they have had on Western New York during the pandemic, recent civil unrest and the continuing social and economic disparities.
Sophomores Quinn Benchley ’23 and Fallon Griffin ’23 were named to the Division B All-Catholic Girls Basketball Team, and senior Hugh Purks '21 was named to Honorable Mention All-Catholic for boys basketball.
Nichols School is excited to host “Robotics at Nichols,” an virtual open house-style event to give current and future Nichols students and families an inside look at the robotics program that brings STEM education to life.
Pridgen spoke at Nichols’ Upper School meeting on Thursday to discuss racial equity, driving change in society and how young people can have a voice in that process as part of ongoing conversations at the school during Black History Month.
Nichols School and our Service and Social Justice Program are excited to be co-sponsoring another documentary film screening with Journey's End Refugees Services as part of their Western New York Refugee Film Festival.
Steven Hall '21 and Hana R. '25 were two of 12 secondary school students from Erie and Niagara Counties honored with the 2021 Award for Excellence in Chinese Language Learning by the University at Buffalo's Confucius Institute.
Wednesday, February 3, 2021 marked the 35th annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day. The day recognizes the athletic accomplishments of girls and women, and commemorates the passing of Title IX legislation.
Three Nichols School seniors were named 2020 All-WNY Scholar Athletes for the fall sports season, and an additional 22 student-athletes earned Honorable Mentions. Congratulations to everyone honored with these awards!
A world-renowned storyteller who formerly taught in Buffalo Public Schools and hosted a storytelling radio show on 93.7 WBLK, Amin visited Mr. Abrams’ fifth grade English class earlier this month as an introduction to an exciting project.
Their work, completed in collaboration with scientists from Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center and titled “Approach to Resectable N1 Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: An Analysis of the National Cancer Database,” was recently accepted for publication in the Journal of Surgical Research in March 2021.