• Congratulations, Class of 2017

    President Joe Therber

    Congratulations to the Class of 2017! They have finished the race; they have kept the faith.

    The Class of 2017 has racked up impressive accomplishments in the classroom, in athletics and in clubs and other co-curricular activities. They have discovered opportunities at Scecina that have pushed them to be the best versions of themselves that God envisions.

    This year’s graduating class of 102 students has been awarded $11 million in college scholarships. Students have been accepted at our finest institutes of higher learning, including the U.S. Naval Academy, ...Read More

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  • PE Assistants learn leadership skills

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications      

    They are not drill sergeants. And not one of them has shouted “Drop and give me 20!” to a freshman, but they are learning leadership skills. At Scecina, they are called Physical Education Assistants. 

    All students take the state-required two credits of physical education in order to graduate. Once those credits are out of the way, elective PE classes offer opportunities for students who want to ... Read More

  • Crusaders softball team captures ICC, City titles

    The Scecina Crusaders softball team captured both the Indiana Crossroads Conference title and the City Championship this past week.

    The Crusaders won the City Championship with a 14-4, five-inning win over the Irish at Cathedral. 

    The Crusaders also went undefeated in the Indiana Crossroads Conference to win the conference title.  

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  • Senior savors special tour of Museum of Science and Industry

    By Beth Murphy,
    Director of Marketing Communications

    A unique opportunity available each year to Scecina students is a two-day behind-the-scenes tour of the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, thanks to a partnership between Scecina and the museum. 

    For someone who previously has visited the museum, it’s still a great time because the tour goes places in the museum which the public never sees. 

    For someone who’s never been to the museum or to Chicago, it’s an even more awesome field trip. That describes the experience of senior Aidan Brennan.... Read More

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