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  • Keeping the week holy at Scecina as we prepare for Christ's resurrection

    President Joe Therber

    "It was nine in the morning when they crucified him.”  Mark 15:25 

    Today, like every Good Friday at Scecina, our students and staff gathered for a prayerful, solemn service and then left the school in a quiet, reflective mood.

    It’s a beautiful testament to what we represent as a Catholic school that we mark these most important Catholic-Christian days by gathering together as a community. Together, we commemorate those dramatic last moments of Jesus’ life and his death on  ...Read More

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  • New club adds some green to Scecina

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications

    If you’re a Scecina student with a hobby or passion that’s not among the current lineup of activities, you can do what sophomore Alexandra Marshall did: Create your own club.

    Sophomore Alexandra Marshall's (front) research project for her Scecina biology class led to the creation of an environmental club called Red and Gold Going Green.  ... Read More

  • Scecina is Our School

    By Nick Felts '05 

    I come from a long line of proud Scecina graduates. My aunt and uncle were members of the first graduating class in 1957 followed by my dad in the Class of 1962. My three older brothers preceded me, graduating in 1987, 1989, and 1993. I graduated in 2005. As a family, Scecina is a tie that binds us. Beyond that, Scecina serves to connect thousands of friends and graduates, from all walks of life, spread throughout the country. To the thousands of friends and alumni out there, Scecina is our school. ...Read More

     

  • Spring Break in Europe: An unforgettable experience

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications 

    Seventeen students, three teachers and other adult chaperones left Indianapolis International Airport on April 1, 2017, for a tour of four European cities.

    Before that day, Scecina junior Kaylee Thompson  (front) had never been outside of Indiana much, let alone the United States. She had never flown on a plane. What she possessed was a newly minted passport and dreams to ... Read More

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