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School News: Jones named Director of Communications and Marketing at McNicholas

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Cincinnati, OH-McNicholas High School is pleased to announce that Anne Jones has been named Director of Communications and Marketing for the eastside coed Catholic high school.

Jones brings to this role expertise that she has honed through experience at McNicholas as a marketing assistant, webmaster, yearbook advisor, and English teacher. In her new role, she will team with alumna Laurie Carigan, who joined the McNicholas staff in July as Director of Admissions and Enrollment. “Anne’s students and colleagues know her as a talented professional who tirelessly advances the mission of the school,” said David Mueller, Principal. “Anne and Laurie, together with Director of Development John Jorden, will partner to communicate the vitality of the McNick community and the ways in which students find their brilliance at McNicholas.”

Jones graduated summa cum laudewith a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Dayton and summa cum laude with a Master’s degree in Education from Ohio Dominican University.

“As a member of the McNicholas family for almost 22 years, both as a faculty member and as a parent, I know firsthand how brilliant this community is. I am excited to share our mission, vision, and the story of what makes McNicholas shine,” Jones said. True to her dedication to her students, Jones will continue in her current role as full-time teacher through the end of the first semester.

McNicholas High School is a Catholic high school for young men and women on the east side of Cincinnati. We have a 12:1 student to teacher ratio, and 73% of our facuity hold advance degrees. Last school year, McNicholas had 10 National Merit Scholars. Our mission is to inspire young men and women through faith formation and academic excellence to become compassionate leaders and grow toward Full Stature in Christ.

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