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  • What does being a Scecina graduate mean?

    President Joe Therber

    President Therber's remarks at Scecina's 61st Commencement on May 26:

    Good evening. Again congratulations to our graduates and their families!

    Because we have been charged by the Archdiocese of Indianapolis to serve since 1953, I first want to thank Mrs. Lentz. Mickey has been a faithful and energetic teacher and leader in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis for many years, starting as an elementary school teacher and then becoming one of the most nationally recognized superintendents of Catholic schools.

    Thank you, East Deanery priests and principals, for your support of Scecina and your spiritual guidance. Thank you, Scecina board members, chaired by George Newhart of the Class of 1960, for the time and talent you give to help guide our school. Finally, thank you to all our educators, parents, families, and friends for all you have invested in these young people and for the doors you have opened for them. 

    One of the themes at the Baccalaureate Mass last night was, “What does it mean?” A similar question is, “What does being a Scecina graduate mean?” 5 things come to my mind. ... Read More

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  • Smith named 2017 Indiana History Teacher of the Year

    Scecina’s Andrew Smith has been named the 2017 Indiana History Teacher of the Year, an award presented annually by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, the nation’s leading organization dedicated to K-12 American history education.

    Mr. Smith received his Bachelor of Arts degree in American History from Hobart College with a triple minor in Education, Russian Studies and Religious Studies.... Read More

  • Crusaders are the state champions

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications 

    The Crusaders were up just one run, 3-2, as the seventh and final inning of the 2017 State Championship softball game began. They hadn’t scored since the third inning when they put up three runs. Now they needed some insurance. So what did Coach Cory Gray and the rest of the coaching staff tell them? Was there a big pep talk? 

    “No,” Gray said. “We didn’t tell them anything. They already know what to do.” Sure enough, the experienced Crusaders scored ... Read More

  • Coach Gray: 'Thanks for all the support'

    Cory Gray has coached the Scecina Crusaders softball team since 2013, winning a state championship in his first year. Last summer he suffered a stroke and spent months in rehab. His story was the subject of news stories leading up to the 2017 IHSAA State Championship softball game on June 10. The Crusaders won the championship, beating Elwood 6-2. 

    Coach Gray wanted to share his statement with the Scecina community: ... Read More

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