Junior Board Happy Hour June 20th

The NativityMiguel Middle School of Buffalo Junior Board invites you to attend our Happy Hour event for drinks, food and fun at Flying Bison to support the great work our school does.  The time is 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm. The evening will include a chance to win fun raffle prizes by purchasing raffle tickets … Continued

NativityMiguel Gives Our Community Hope for a Brighter Future

Reflections from a First Time Scholars Awards Banquet Attendee 2017 Each student attending NativityMiguel gives our community hope for a brighter future   Thanks for everyone who attended in 2017! Having never been to the NativityMiguel annual dinner I did not know what to expect when I was invited to attend last year. I knew a little bit about NativityMiguel, … Continued

NativityMiguel Seeks Dean of Instruction

NativityMiguel seeks an experienced educator with expertise in curriculum and assessment, including NWEA MAP, Title I and Special Education Services, for our new Dean of Instruction position.  The Dean of Instruction will work with the school president to support the instructional goals of the school’s strategic plan as it relates to academics, curriculum and teacher … Continued

Please Join Us for the Scholars Awards Banquet on May 9th!

We are pleased to announce that on May 9, 2018 we will be honoring  Linda Measer, Rob & Kristi Moore/Moore for Kids Foundation and the NativityMiguel Junior Board at the 2018 Scholars Awards Banquet.  The event takes place at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center beginning at 5:30 pm.  For more information, to purchase dinner reservations … Continued

NativityMiguel Summer Experience Prepares Students for the New School Year

     As we look forward to the start of a new school year on Wednesday, we are grateful for the preparation our in-coming students received through their learning experiences this summer!      While other students and teachers were relaxing in July, both our St. Augustine and St. Monica Campuses were a beehive of activities with over 40 new students attending … Continued

NativityMiguel congratulates our newest graduates, the Class of 2017!

NativityMiguel congratulates our newest graduates, the Class of 2017! We look forward to continuing our journey with them as they move on to high school. We are proud of their acceptances to such great schools as Buffalo Seminary​, Mount Mercy Academy​, Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart, Health Sciences Charter School, St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute​, Canisius High School​, Saint Francis High School … Continued

NativityMiguel Middle School Congratulates Alumni Graduating High School This Year

The NativityMiguel Middle School of Buffalo congratulates all of our alumni graduating from high school this year including Michael and Christopher, who recently graduated from Canisius High School. Christopher was recipient of the “Philippe B Piedad ’93 Accolade Award” which is given to a student whose quiet inner strength exemplified the essence of the Canisius … Continued

NativityMiguel to Honor Cash Cunningham on May 9

NativityMiguel to Honor Cash Cunningham on May 9 This coming year people throughout Western New York will no doubt reflect on the efforts of a man so many of us are used to seeing at countless charity events. While the show will go on, there are giant shoes to fill when the program turns to … Continued

NativityMiguel to Honor Father Sams at Awards Banquet on May 9

NativityMiguel to Honor Father Sams at Awards Banquet on May 9 Fr. Ronald Sams, S.J. will be honored on May 9th by NativityMiguel Middle School at our annual awards dinner with the Mother Mary Lange Award. The award honors those that continue the tradition of service with the poor and those in need, exhibited by … Continued

NativityMiguel to Honor Mader Construction at Awards Banquet on May 9

NativityMiguel to Honor Mader Construction at Awards Banquet on May 9 Michael Kirwan, one of the earliest supporters of the NativityMiguel Middle School of Buffalo, described the school as a “shining light in making dramatic and lasting changes in young people’s lives.”  It is known by anyone affiliated with the school that those dramatic and … Continued