Shadow Days: Be a Crusader for a Day

  Scecina Memorial High School kicks off public Shadow Days for students looking for a Catholic high school experience. Scecina welcomes eighth-graders, as well as potential transfer students. What’s a Shadow Day? You spend the day with a current freshman. You will follow his or her schedule, eat in the cafeteria, attend high school classes,...

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Big plans for Scecina will be unveiled at Capital Campaign Kickoff Party

By Scecina President Joe Therber Something big is happening at Scecina Memorial High School! We have exciting plans to announce about Scecina’s capital campaign, “Our Faith, Our Journey, Our Time.” You can discover more about what’s happening at the Capital Campaign Kickoff Party on Thursday, September 26, from 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m. at Scecina. I know...

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You’re invited: Sept. 26 party will kick off Scecina’s capital campaign

By Scecina President Joe Therber Hello, Scecina Community! I hope your family has experienced a smooth transition into the school year. After a relaxing summer, it’s nice to get back into the school routine. It’s also nice to shake ourselves out of a routine and look forward to something fun. Scecina’s Public Kickoff for our...

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Scecina junior organizes fundraiser for suicide prevention, mental health

Update: As of Sept. 3, Elijah had raised well above his goal. He has raised $7,600, which will be split between the AFSP and Local 416 Peer Support Fund. By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications Suicide prevention, mental health, and firefighting are issues close to the heart of Scecina junior Elijah Clegg. He lost...

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Academic Super Bowl Team Goes to State Finals

Scecina’s Academic Super Bowl team went to the State Finals in social studies, math, and science. The finals were Saturday, May 4, at Purdue University. The team won the Indiana Crossroads Conference championship on March 6. The team scored four first-place finishes in social studies, math, fine arts, and interdisciplinary. The team came in third...

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Fractal Project Continues After Successful Reception at Scecina

Working with artisans from diverse backgrounds, Indianapolis artist Conrad Cortellini’s first “Quadro” of his Feedback Fractal Project was built in space donated by DeveloperTown, an Indianapolis high-tech startup company, and completed in August 2016.  At the invitation of Scecina President Joe Therber, Cortellini, a 1961 graduate of Scecina, set up an artist-in-residence studio at Scecina in...

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New Horizons Band to play free concert at Scecina

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Scecina Teacher Spotlight: Jesse Purvis ’06

  By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications Jesse Purvis was senior class president at Scecina, graduating in 2006. He returned to Scecina after getting his bachelor of arts degree in English literature from Wabash College, and he’s still a leader, now serving as chairman of Scecina’s English Department. You’ll also see him with a...

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Affordability, Academics, Community Service: Just a Few Reasons to Choose Scecina

By President Joe Therber We know families are serious about education. For a great reason. It is the path to becoming a well-rounded citizen of the world. While I can’t begin to list all of the many excellent reasons to choose Scecina, I’ll list a few here: We’re affordable for your family.We offer a range...

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Scecina Senior Aims High, Will Attend U.S. Air Force Academy

By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications Scecina senior Andrew Smith has made up his mind: He’s accepted his appointment to the U.S. Air Force Academy. Drew, as he goes by, was nominated to the academy by U.S. Rep. Andre Carson of Indiana this winter and received his appointment in March. He waited until he...

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