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Everything listed under: Scecina Memorial High School

  • Alumni Spotlight: Diane (Collins) Beasley '58

    By Rose Branson, Donor and Alumni Relations Coordinator

    Have you seen that feisty lady shouting and cheering on the sidelines at almost every Scecina sporting event? Chances are, you’ve seen her even if you don’t know her name. 

    That super fan is Diane (Collins) Beasley ’58. She is Scecina’s biggest cheerleader, which is ironic, as Diane herself jokes, because she was cut from cheerleading at Scecina. 

    Diane was the loudest cheerleader at Ben Davis High School on June 10 at the Crusaders softball State Championship game. She ...Read More

  • Alumni Spotlight: Kayla Wagoner '13

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications

    Kayla Wagoner ’13 greeted me with a hug as she welcomed me to Marian University’s Michael A. Evans Center for Health Science. “This is where I’ve spent my life for four years,” she said with a laugh. 

    Kayla is taking what she learned at Scecina Memorial High School and turning it up a notch. Teachers at Scecina remember her working hard and putting passion into her classwork, afterschool activities and service. She went on a mission trip to New Orleans and took several Advanced Placement courses at Scecina. She was involved! 

    Scecina, she said, taught her ...Read More

  • Alumni Spotlight: Madonna (Warrenburg) Wagner '87

    By Rose Branson, Alumni and Donor Relations Coordinator

    Madonna (Warrenburg) Wagner ’87 recently was named the 2016 CFO of the Year by the Indianapolis Business Journal. Madonna was honored to receive this high recognition for her role at the Indianapolis Zoo.

    I visited Madonna at the Zoo to talk about her work and her path through Scecina and beyond. Walking through the warm Simon Skjodt International Orangutan Center on a chilly February day, I easily could sense Madonna’s passion for the Indianapolis Zoo and its mission of education, research and conservation. She rattled off the names of the orangutans and could recognize them and speak about their individual personalities. She was excited to show us 1-year-old Max, who recently ...Read More