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.
Registration is now open for our Summer at Nichols programs! We are pleased to offer a variety of recreational, credit-bearing, instructional, and test-prep programming for both Upper and Middle school students.
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.
An exciting opportunity is available this June for an experiential education adventure in the course titled: Geology and Ecology of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Registration for the class is open until March 24th. There are two optional meetings to learn more:
Family Meeting in-person for those interested: Middle School Room 105, Tuesday, March 7th, 3:45 p.m.
Family Virtual Meeting for those interested: Online, Thursday, March 9th, 8:15 a.m.
This morning we gathered in each division for a moment of community before we started the day. In the Upper School, Co-Director of Service and Social Justice, Kevin Powers, shared his feelings about how Nichols can move forward after Friday's events. Mr. Powers does his best to answer these questions: How should we go about this? What do each of us need? What should we say? How should we act? How should we enter into community with the people around us? To read his full transcript, please click 'read more'.