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Graduate Student Pursues Counseling Degree while Supporting Scecina Students

We had the opportunity to speak with Maddie Buckner, a graduate student at Indiana State University who is working towards her school counseling degree and is supporting Scecina. In addition

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Charley Potthast ’24 is a Lilly Endowment Community Scholar

(left to right) Director of School Counseling Kalynn Huntoon, Dr. Dispenzieri, Charley Potthast ’24, and President Therber Scecina is excited to share that Charley Potthast ’24 is a Lilly Endowment

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Van Benten, Hurrle and Schmoll honored at Father Tom Day Mass

Scecina is proud to be named after Father Thomas Scecina, whose life story continues to inspire people worldwide. Father Tom was a priest with the Archdiocese of Indianapolis who served

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President’s Blog: Father Tom Service Awards and Veterans Day

November 10, 2023 Greetings, Scecina Community! This weekend marks Veterans Day, an opportunity to reflect and give genuine thanks for the countless sacrifices that the members of our United States

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Repeat Regional Champs

The Scecina Crusaders won the Class 2A Regional volleyball championship. They defeated Cascade 3-1 and advanced to semistate for the second consecutive year. They played a hard-fought match against Brownstown

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Remembering 9/11: Indianapolis Fire Department Memorial Mass

  The Indianapolis Fire Department paid a poignant tribute to the heroes and victims of the September 11, 2001, attacks with a memorial Mass at Scecina Memorial High School. The

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President’s Blog: Building Dreams, Nurturing Minds

August 31, 2023  Greetings, Scecina Community! I am thrilled to kick off another positive and faith-filled year and share an exciting opening of year progress update.  As we embark on

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Scecina Senior Shines in ‘Mean Girls’ Musical Through Young Artists Program

  Scecina Senior Tanner McCormick-Messer made his mark in the theater world by securing a role in the high school edition of the highly acclaimed musical production of Mean Girls.

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Divine Valor: A Heroic Act of Bravery Guided by Catholic Faith

  Doug Nally ’87, a devoted and decorated Putnam County police officer, recently demonstrated a heroic act of bravery by rescuing not one but two individuals from imminent danger. Nally

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President’s Blog: Reflections on stewardship

Greetings! Happy Easter Season to you and yours! Evidence of the Holy Spirit abounds! One of Scecina’s core values is Stewardship – Receiving, cultivating, and sharing God’s gifts gratefully and

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