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  • Lent at Scecina offers several opportunities to deepen faith

    President Joe Therber

    Greetings,

    The upcoming season of Lent offers more opportunities for Scecina students and staff to experience and live our Catholic Christian identity than at any other time during the school year. 

    Lent is the period before Easter that we Christians devote to fasting, abstinence, and penitence. As Pope Francis has said, "Lent comes providentially to reawaken us, to shake us from our lethargy." The period commemorates Christ’s fasting in the wilderness. Lent begins with Ash Wednesday, includes Holy Thursday and Good Friday, and ends on Holy Saturday, encompassing 40 weekdays. 

    Director of Campus Ministry Maria Siap again has produced a...Read More

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  • Scecina gymnasts flip for new program

    By Cari Gallagher '93Athletics Assistant

    Scecina Memorial High School is home to the only gymnastics program within the 17 City Alliance Schools, and one of just two programs among the eight-school Indiana Crossroads Conference. Thanks to Coaches Allison Delaney '10 and Elaine O’Brian, and the support of past coach Anne O’Connor, the Scecina gymnastics program is flourishing in a time when many other schools are ending their programs.

     Gymnastics began at Scecina in the 2014-15 school year with just two gymnasts, Molly Griffin ’18 and Mary O’Connor ’17. Despite their limited roster the duo posted several individual top-three finishes during their inaugural season. The ranks have grown over the past two years to include ... Read More

  • Seniors crowned Red and Gold King and Queen

    Seniors Bo Sims and Cali Burgess were crowned Red and Gold king and queen during the annual Red and Gold basketball game on Jan. 27. 

    The following seniors were in the Red and Gold court:

    Macarena Angeles and Anthony Andrews III. Macarena is the daughter of Maria and Genaro Angeles.... Read More 

  • Senior works side by side with Crusaders athletic trainer

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications

    Senior Jackie Hurst, who wants to be a doctor, jumped at the opportunity to assist Scecina athletic trainer Kylee Ort in wrapping and taping injured body parts and observing her work with Crusaders athletes.

     The experience, Jackie says, is “awesome.” 

    “It’s my favorite part of the week,” she said, smiling widely. “My favorite thing this whole school year has been helping the trainer.... Read More

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