• The promise of God's love through the Sacrament of Reconciliation

    President Joe Therber

    Dear Crusader Community,

    This week, our students and staff had the good fortune of participating in a Lenten Penance Service on Tuesday. Five pastors from East Deanery parishes were here to receive and welcome us into the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

    Scecina is blessed by supportive East Deanery pastors and parishes. The pastors who were able to be with us this week for the Sacrament of Reconciliation were Father Paul Koetter, Father Bob Gilday, Father Rick Ginther, Father Aaron Jenkins, Father Chris Wadelton, Father Carlton Beever, and Father Kenneth Taylor.

    These recent words of Pope Francis ...Read More

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  • 5 unique paths to college for Scecina students

    My name is Josh Orndorff, and I am the college and career counselor at Scecina Memorial High School. 

    As a parent, you dream of your child succeeding in life and becoming the very best person he or she can become. Striving for and graduating from college can help make your dream a reality.

    I am very happy to inform you that, thanks to the generosity of alumni and friends of Scecina, there is scholarship money that has been dedicated for Scecina students who meet eligibility requirements at these four institutions of higher education:... Read More

  • Alumni Spotlight: Bill Bevan '63

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications 

    As the last remaining scorekeeper from the original Indiana Pacers ABA team, Bill Bevan ’63 has seen a lot of basketball. And, from his courtside seat with the NBA Pacers, he has seen the big names in the game. But Bevan is ready to walk away from all the excitement.

    It’s been a nice, long run: 51 years and three different arenas, the Coliseum, Market Square Arena and now Bankers Life Fieldhouse. 

    “I’m not dragging my feet. It’s time,” said Bevan, who is a regular substitute teacher at Scecina and also has coached many Crusaders sports teams over the years  ...Read More

  • Scecina wins $10,000 theatre grant from NBC

    Scecina Memorial High School is one of 50 schools throughout the country to win a $10,000 R.I.S.E. America Grant for its theatre program. NBC awarded $500,000 in grants to high school theatre programs in concert with the network’s new drama, “Rise,” which premieres on Tuesday, March 13. Scecina is the only school in Indiana to receive a grant. 

    The R.I.S. E. (Recognizing and Inspiring Student Expression) America Grants are designed to assist theatre programs with production expenses, technical equipment, master classes and other needs. 

    Scecina was chosen from among 1,000 schools ... Read More 

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