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  • Committed to serving a diverse and gifted community

    President Joe Therber

    Dear Scecina parents and friends,

    How could Scecina serve even more of God’s children?

    As a school, we’ve often discussed this question. As you are aware, Scecina is committed to updating our strong academic programs to serve our community and also to stay true to our mission to serve our diverse and gifted community. 

    For the 2016-17 school year, we are very pleased to announce that we are expanding a program that will allow us to serve more students. A pilot program called CREST will broaden our services and academic offerings for high-functioning students on the autism spectrum. ...Read More


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  • April Crusaders of the Month

    Each month students are acknowledged for displaying one or more of the values of Scecina Memorial High School, vocation, servant leadership, stewardship, and excellence. These students are nominated by teachers and staff as the Crusaders of the Month. The April Crusaders of the Month are...Read More.

     

     

  • Steve Wright '60 creates glass piece for Scecina's benefit

    By Jean Donlan '85

    Steve Wright '62 has been interested in stained glass for over 20 years, and since retiring from Capital City Ford in 2013 has been able to devote more time to this hobby he enjoys so much. Steve generously has gifted Scecina with a beautiful, hand-crafted stained glass Scecina crest (pictured here). This piece is being offered in a raffle through the Scecina Alumni Golf Class in June and tickets can be purchased by ...Read More

  • Scecina marks Autism Awareness Month with special announcement

    By Beth Murphy

    Scecina students took part in a special assembly for Autism Awareness Month on April 29 when the school announced a new pilot program that expands services and classes for students who are high functioning on the autism spectrum. For the 2016-17 school year, about five to 10 students will be accepted into the program. Scecina's pilot program is called CREST, which stands for ... Read More

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