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  • New school year starts for 451 Scecina students

     
    President Joe Therber

    Greetings!

    On behalf of the staff at Scecina Memorial High School, I want to welcome everyone to the new school year. We continue to show growth in enrollment and, with 451 students starting school this year, we are well on the way to our target enrollment of 475 students in the next five to seven years. We welcomed the Class of 2019 with 128 freshmen, as well as 29 transfer students, and their families.

    Whether your family is new to Scecina, or you’ve been a member of the Crusader community for years ...Read More

     

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  • Alumni share their evenings with Scecina

    By Beth Murphy

    For the past several months, Scecina graduates have returned to the school to take part in a new initiative that’s going to create stronger alumni connections. Scecina alumni from each graduating class from 1957 through 2011 were invited to participate in Alumni Information Gathering Sessions. ...Read More.

  • Tastes Like Chicken will rock this year's Club 53

    By Beth Murphy

    Scecina’s Club 53 organizers are excited to announce that the band for this year’s event will be Indy’s Tastes Like Chicken, or TLC. Mark your calendars to attend Club 53: Live and Local on Nov. 14 at Scecina and dance to Tastes Like Chicken. Club 53 is Scecina’s annual fundraiser that features live music, local food and drinks (breweries and wine), and silent and live auctions. This is the first time Tastes Like Chicken, which is celebrating its 20th year, will play at Club 53 ...Read More

  • "A Sign of The Cross" uncovers Sisters' untold story

    By George T. Newhart '60

    Andy Murphy (Jeannine Andersen ’60) has been working diligently on her documentary about the Sisters of St. Francis Oldenburg, who have been so important to Scecina over the years. The documentary, which will be narrated by Indianapolis TV anchor Debby Knox, tells the rich history of the Sisters of St. Francis Oldenburg, covering their 164 years of outstanding accomplishments. Murphy is director of the documentary, while her Ever Film Productions partner, Amy Pauszek,  is the producer. The title for the film is “A Sign of the Cross"....Read More.

     

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