• Scecina’s Biomedical Science opportunity opens doors for senior

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications

    How many high schoolers spend 40 hours a week in June and July studying cells under a microscope to see if they will turn into cancer? That’s how Scecina’s Natalia McCallister (left) spent her summer vacation, and she was happy for the opportunity to work eight weeks at the Indiana University Simon Cancer Center. 

    Natalia’s path to cancer research started in Scecina’s classrooms, specifically in the four-year Project Lead the Way Biomedical Science sequence. 

    Never heard of Project Lead the Way? It’s a national initiative, with ... Read More

  • 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

  • Scecina announces valedictorian, 3 salutatorians

    Scecina Memorial High School is proud to announce its valedictorian for the Class of 2018 is Molly Griffin. Molly earned a grade point average of 4.3 over four years at Scecina. 

    The Class of 2018 salutatorians are Henry Egan, Liberty Joson and Phillip Kozenski. They share a 4.25 GPA. 

    They all are involved in sports or other activities at Scecina and also challenged themselves academically. Each one took seven or eight Advanced Placement courses, which means they were doing college-level work while at Scecina. ... Read More

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Mrs. Zeh Fulford
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