Athletic fields and front entrance demolition is underway!

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The demolition in preparation for construction on the vast majority of our campus
began Tuesday, April 11. As you know, the significant improvements that your support is bringing forth include new athletic and activity fields plus a new school front entrance.

The brand new athletic and activity fields will support Scecina’s football, boys soccer, girls soccer, baseball, lacrosse, track and field, and cross country teams plus physical education classes and other school activities. We also want our valued community partners, including the parishes and schools of the Indianapolis East Deanery and other community-based organizations, to utilize and benefit from Scecina’s modernized facilities.

The new front entrance will include improvements such as accessibility according to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), visitor-friendly parking, new landscaping, and new signage.

The project will continue through the Fall of 2023 in three phases. Phase 1 kicked off on April 11 and will continue until approximately Memorial Day. The first month will include installation of construction fencing, demolition of baseball field structures, and initial earthwork on our current athletic fields.

During the last few weeks, we have been preparing Scecina students, parents, educators, teams, and neighbors for the upcoming project and that it will include operational adjustments on campus during the three phases.

I am most grateful for your support and excited to share the many benefits of this significant project with you. As the project unfolds, we will share and celebrate feature stories with you about the project. Our newest webpage,, includes project information and space to share questions or comments at any time.

Thank you so very much for your belief in the importance of Catholic education at Scecina. We are blessed by your commitment and generosity, which give us the ability to walk in the inspiring footsteps of our Lord Jesus Christ and Father Thomas Scecina.

May God Bless You,

Joe Therber

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