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  • A time to say thanks and to look ahead to next school year

    President Joe Therber

    This week’s column is dedicated to thanking you and to looking forward. First, thank you for your support and involvement, which enrich our school and our students in so many ways. 

    For Scecina’s 62nd Commencement next Friday, we’re honored that Archbishop Charles C. Thompson will be our special guest. The archbishop has many demands on his time, so Scecina is blessed that he will be here to shake hands with each member of the Class of 2018 and present their diplomas to them. 

    Looking forward to the 2018-19 school year, we’re planning several new and noteworthy initiatives: ... Read More

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  • Thank you for supporting the safety and security updates at Scecina!

    Thank you to the following for supporting the safety and security project this summer at Scecina! All gifts received from now until June 30, 2018 will support the goal of raising $85,000 for updates around campus ... Read the list here

  • Scecina softball coach Cory Gray honored by IndyStar as Coach of the Year

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications 

    Cory Gray suffered a stroke in the summer of 2016 and went through months of struggle and rehab to get back to the softball field. He returned to coach the Crusaders softball team to the Class 2A state title in June 2017. 

    On April 29, Gray was honored as the Coach of the Year at the IndyStar Sports Awards. Gray took the stage at Clowes Hall on the Butler University campus to accept the award and held the audience in rapt attention with his humor and humility. The Star’s headline said it all:... Read More

  • Headed to Purdue: Scecina’s Academic Super Bowl students back in state finals

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications 

    Scecina again is sending its Academic Super Bowl students to the state finals at Purdue University. It’s even better news this year. Last year one team – math – went to the finals; this year both the math and the science teams will compete at Purdue on May 5 for the state championship. Last year the math team won third in the state." The math and science Academic Super Bowl teams compete in the State Finals on May 5. Kudos to this year’s teams and ...Read More

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