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  • Our March of Excellence

    President Joe Therber

    “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you . . . plans to give you hope and a future (Jeremiah 29:11).”  

    Greetings, Scecina Community! 

    I have great news! Scecina Memorial High School has received approval from the Archdiocese of Indianapolis to undertake the bold and exciting initiative of a forward-looking capital campaign. 

    This initiative will be the first of its kind in Scecina’s history. It will be a transformative step in our never-ending march of excellence—living the Gospel and attaining the best possible results in all that we do. ... Read More

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  • Students explore healthcare career opportunities

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications      

    Some Scecina students considering a good job for the future are looking at the healthcare field up close. 

    They board a Scecina bus and within about 4 minutes arrive at a major hospital, Community Hospital East, where they work with health professionals. 

    They are the first students taking a new year-long class at Scecina, Health Occupations, which combines classroom instruction and real-life experience inside the health system. They spend nearly two class periods almost every day at the hospital. The students cannot touch patients, but they get experience in a real hospital setting, said teacher Sarah Smith.... Read More

  • Scecina alumni keep on twirling

    By Charles Sinclair '67

    Too old to twirl a baton? No way! say the Twilight Twirlers.

    Loosely modeled after a group in the Villages, Florida, these Scecina alumni prove that you’re never too old to go out and entertain the community.  The group’s inaugural performance was at the Irvington Halloween Festival parade on Saturday, October 28. Well, it’s hard to march without drums, so they’ve added a drumline. And banner carriers. And even a drum major.

    Twilight Twirlers have...Read More

  • Alumni Spotlight: Sister Jean Marie Cleveland, OSF '59

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications

    She looks around the Marian University campus and sees so many 18-year-olds, fresh out of high school and just finding their way in the adult world. They seem so young and even immature at times. She can’t believe she was the same age when she made the monumental decision to become a Sister of St. Francis, Oldenburg. 

    “I graduated from Scecina in June (1959) and in September I was at Oldenburg,” recalls Sister Jean Marie Cleveland, OSF, who attended Little Flower Catholic Church and Parish while she was growing up. 

    She left her family, her ...Read More

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