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  • A time to say thanks and to look ahead to next school year

    President Joe Therber

    This week’s column is dedicated to thanking you and to looking forward. First, thank you for your support and involvement, which enrich our school and our students in so many ways. 

    For Scecina’s 62nd Commencement next Friday, we’re honored that Archbishop Charles C. Thompson will be our special guest. The archbishop has many demands on his time, so Scecina is blessed that he will be here to shake hands with each member of the Class of 2018 and present their diplomas to them. 

    Looking forward to the 2018-19 school year, we’re planning several new and noteworthy initiatives: ... Read More

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  • Thank you for supporting the safety and security updates at Scecina!

    Thank you to the following for supporting the safety and security project this summer at Scecina! All gifts received from now until June 30, 2018 will support the goal of raising $85,000 for updates around campus ... Read the list here

  • 5 students earn week-long STEM experience at Indiana University

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications

    Five Scecina students will spend a week in July living in a dorm at Indiana University in Bloomington and attending biology classes, while also having some campus fun. 

    They have been accepted into the Jim Holland Summer Enrichment Program at IU. This is an opportunity for high-achieving, underrepresented high school students “to broaden their horizons in genetics, evolution, environmental biology, molecular biology, plant sciences, and more,” according to the IU website. ... Read More

  • Campus Crusade 2018 is a success – Scecina goes global

    Scecina students and staff competed in the annual Campus Crusade walkathon on May 4. As always, the walk aimed to raise money for Scecina ministries: need-based tuition assistance, academics, care of campus (facilities), student life (clubs and athletics), and campus ministry. 

    The new twist this year was to reach out to the wider community and share the gifts raised through Campus Crusade. The chosen charity was Catholic Relief Services, and through the fundraising efforts of students and staff, Scecina raised $1,000 for CRS, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. CRS is the official international humanitarian organization of the U.S. Catholic Bishops....Read More

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