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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

  • Community Hospital executive speaks at Scecina networking event

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications

    Scecina Memorial High School and Community East Hospital share a common history, as both were built in the same era and grew up together on Indianapolis’ Eastside. Scecina welcomed its first class in 1953; Community Hospital served its first patient three years later. Both remain anchor institutions on the Eastside. 

    Today Scecina and Community are partners in Eastside business and neighborhood development efforts and also in the school’s Health Occupations class, where students work at the hospital nearly each day to learn more about medical professions.

    Scott Teffeteller, president of the East Region for Community Health Network, emphasized that shared history and ... Read More

  • Sister Lavonne Long, OSF: May 1, 1922-June 15, 2018

    Sister Lavonne Long, OSF (formerly Sister Frances David), died on June 15, 2018, at the motherhouse of the Sisters of St. Francis, Oldenburg. She was 96 years old. Sister Lavonne lovingly served Scecina Memorial High School as an English teacher, Guidance Director and administrative assistant. 

    “Scecina has known no greater friend than Sister Lavonne,” said Scecina President Joe Therber.  

    Sister’s services will be in Oldenburg on Tuesday, June 19, starting with ... Read More

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