• Thankful hearts for blessings at Scecina


    President Joe Therber

    Dear friends,

    Our hearts are grateful for many recent Scecina successes. This Thanksgiving, let me count some of the many blessings, from the success of Club 53 to the Sectional championship of our Crusaders football team to the Student Council's successful canned food drive.

    Let’s also remember the poor and the lonely at this time of year, and be inspired to serve them and others in need of mercy....Read More

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  • Vocations panel shares experiences with students

    By Beth Murphy

    Scecina Memorial High School recently hosted a vocations panel to introduce elementary and high school students to real people in our community who are happy, energetic and making a difference in their different vocations.

    The idea grew out of the Eastside Catholic Schools Partnership (ECSP) as a way to help students understand that God calls us to specific vocations and how we discern that call. In vocation discernment, a person listens to hear God’s call to priesthood, consecrated religious life, marriage or a sacred single life.

    “The experience was a great way for students to see smart, caring and funny people share examples of how their vocations bring them joy in daily life,” said Scecina President Joe Therber. “Doing so as an Eastside Catholic school community illustrates that we can do so much more for our students together rather than by acting alone.”...Read More.


  • Scecina Key Clubbers serve at Buddy Walk

    Members of Scecina's Key Club helped organizers of the 2015 Buddy Walk in Indianapolis.

    “The Buddy Walk is near and dear to my heart,” said Key Club President Corinne Maue, a senior whose younger brother, Evan, has Down syndrome. “It has been a 10-year commitment for me, and I was glad to introduce it as a tradition for our club.”

    The walk kicked off  on a sunny October morning at Celebration Plaza in White Ri......Read More.


  • Student Spotlight: Bridget Delaney '16

    Each week the Scecina Student Spotlight introduces the Crusader Community to a current Scecina student who has been a recipient of the President's Academic Excellence Award.

    By Cari Gallagher '93

    Although she has consistently enjoyed academic and athletic success throughout her school career, Bridget Delaney knows that these new experiences will help her develop even more in mind, body and spirit as she embarks on the next phase of life, planning for college and a career. Having made her mark on Crusader athletics as part of the volleyball and basketball programs for three years, Bridget switched gears in the spring. ... Read More

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