Academic Super Bowl

A high school competition made of 5 subject rounds (English, Science, Social Studies, Math and Fine Arts) and an Interdisciplinary Studies round. Questions are based on a common theme.

Open to: All Students
Moderator, Science: Mrs. Smith
Contact: sasmith@scecina.org

Moderator, Math: Ms. Williams
Contact: ewilliams@scecina.org

Moderator, English: Mr. Purvis
Contact: jpurvis@scecina.org

Moderator, Social Studies: Mr. Getty
Contact: jgetty@scecina.org


A Promise to Keep (APTK)

APTK is a pro-active preventive health model that is taught by positive high school role models who are themselves committed to the virtues of purity and chastity. Mentors will present APTK lessons to junior high school students in the East Deanery. Presentations are scheduled throughout 1st and 2nd semesters.

Open to: Sophomore, Junior, and Seniors Students
Moderator: Amy Noser
Contact: anoser@scecina.org


Archery

This National Archery in the Schools program teaches students to shoot bow and arrows. The club sport aspect will consist of competitions against other schools, both as teams and individuals.The season normally runs October through March and can continue through June, depending on how far students advance in competition.

Open to:All students
Moderator: Pat Hagerty
Contact: phagerty@ollindy.org


Baking Club

New for 2014, students in the Baking Club meet monthly to plan and bake items such as cookies, cake, brownies and other foods for Scecina Memorial events and their families on special occasions. It is a fun way for students to learn about baking and develop their skills throughout the year.

Open to: All Students
Moderator: Mrs. Donlan
Contact: jdonlan@iu.edu


Books and Breakfast Club

The Books and Breakfast Club meets weekly before school to talk about books and have breakfast. We go on field trips and movies related to the books we read.

Open to: All Students
Moderator:Ms. Wetzel
Contact: kwetzel@scecina.org


Bowling Club

The bowling club invites students of all grades to join in bowling after school, the group gets together throughout the year to work on their game!.

Open to: All Students
Moderator: Mr. Getty
Contact: jgetty@scecina.org


Boys Volleyball

The Indiana Boys Volleyball Coaches Association was established in 1994 to provide the opportunity for boys in Indiana to play the sport of volleyball. There are currently 26 schools throughout the state with boys’ volleyball teams. We follow the National Federation rules and hold sectional and regional playoffs leading up to a state tournament. Conditioning begins in January. The season begins in March.

Open to: All Grades
Moderator: Mr. Rich Deering
Contact: deeringindustrial@yahoo.com


Crusaders for Life (Right to Life)

This club is designed to introduce, engage and educate students about the issues that involve the sanctity of life, ranging from natural conception to natural death. Our goal is not only to discuss these meaningful things, but to act on our beliefs and convictions by serving at a pro-life agency in the archdiocese once a month. All discussions and teachings will take place in the harbor of the teachings of the Catholic Church.

Open to: All Students

Moderator: Mrs. Dean


French Club

The French Club seeks to promote enthusiasm for French language, food and culture through film and other media.

Open to: All Students
Moderator: Ms. El-Murr
Contact: lel-murr@scecina.org


Futsal Club

Futsal is a game similar to soccer played indoors with a smaller, hard, low-bounce ball.

Open to: All Students
Moderator: Mrs. Lowe
Contact: rlowe@scecina.org


International Club

The International Club explores the cultures of the world through multimedia experience and through social experience such as food, song and dance.

Open to: All Students
Moderator: Ms. El-Murr
Contact: lelmurr@scecina.org


Key Club

The Key Club is a student-led service organization aimed at serving Scecina Memorial High School and local communities. Key Club emphasizes service, leadership and character building.

Open to: All Students
Moderator: Ms. Walsh
Contact: ewalsh@scecina.org


National Honor Society

National Honor Society (NHS) is an organization which fosters scholarship, leadership, character and service. Students are involved in a variety of projects throughout the year. Students must have a cumulative weighted grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and a satisfactory application.

Open to: Students Meeting Admissions Criteria
Moderators: Mrs. Huntoon and Mr. Orndorff
Contact: khuntoon@scecina.org, jorndorff@scecina.org


Rho Kappa (Social Studies Honor Society)

Rho Kappa is the only nationally recognized organization for students who excel in the field of Social Studies. Rho Kappa aims to promote and encourage an understanding and interest in Social Studies through engagement at the local, state, and national level.

Open to: Junior and Senior Students
Moderator: Mrs. Rosswurm
Contact: nrosswurm@scecina.org


Rock Band

Rock Band provides an alternative place for musicians not commonly found in band or choir. Rock Band is an active touring band, playing 15+ gigs a year.

Open to: Any Student (who plays and instrument or sings)
Moderator: Mr. Ritchie
Contact: critchie@scecina.org


Student Ambassadors

The Crusader Student Ambassadors is a club for students who hold themselves to high academic and social standards and who wish to promote Scecina Memorial to the community.

Open to: Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Students
Moderator: Ms. Medina
Contact: mmedina@scecina.org


Student Council

Student Council is a way to share ideas, interests, and concerns with fellow students and
administration. We raise funds for school projects and to assist the community. Students learn to
become responsible and active members of their community. Officers are elected by the student body
and class officers are elected by their classmates. Elections are held in May and the officers take office
in the following year; freshman class elections are held in August of the current school year.

Open to: All Students
Moderator: Mrs. Rosswurm
Contact: nrosswurm@scecina.org