• Congratulations to Crusaders fall sports teams, athletes

    President Joe Therber

    Dear Scecina community,

    The year continues to move by quickly. Before we take a look at some upcoming events, I want to congratulate our sports teams for an excellent fall season. Three of our teams – boys soccer, boys cross country and football – won the championships in the Indiana Crossroads Conference. In addition, three of our boys and girls cross country runners advanced to the Semi-State level of the state tournament, as did the boys soccer team. 

    Congratulations also to our ...Read More

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  • Walking in the Woods with AP Environmental Science

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications

     “Why don’t you bring the students to my woods for a day?” 

    It was an invitation Scecina science teacher Marianne Echelbarger could not refuse. Father Aaron Jenkins, Scecina’s chaplain coordinator, was speaking about the cabin and 30 acres of woods his family owns in southeastern Indiana nestled in the picturesque Whitewater River Valley. 

    “I love our woods and so I like to share it ... Read More

  • Crusaders capture 3 ICC conference titles

    By Cari Gallagher
    Athletic Assistant

    During a record-setting fall sports season, the Crusaders won the Indiana Crossroads Conference Championships in cross country, football, and boys soccer. 

    Seniors Jacqueline Kennedy and Andrew Clegg helped lead the cross country team to its most successful season in recent history. Juniors Holden Martin and Henry Egan contributed to the team ... Read More

  • Explanatory Mass is for everyone

    By Principal John Hegarty 

    Monsignor Paul Koetter, pastor of Holy Spirit Catholic Church, will lead an Explanatory Mass for parents and our community at 7 p.m. this Wednesday, Oct. 26, at Holy Spirit Catholic Church. He will explain aspects of the Catholic Mass. 

    Father Paul presented a similar Explanatory Mass for our students and staff a few weeks ago. I found it very enlightening, even though I am lifelong Catholic and attend Mass at least twice a week. 

     There are reasons for doing things a certain way that I was not aware of. Father explained why Mass ... Read More

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