• Catholic Schools Week celebration includes essay contest for students

    Scecina Memorial High School is planning a weeklong celebration during Catholic Schools Week from Jan. 28-Feb. 3.

    National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. The theme for 2018 is “Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.” 

    Another new activity is the Catholic Schools Week essay contest. One student will win $150. The guidelines are:... Read More

  • 21st Century Scholarship is a ticket to free college tuition

    Editor's Note: This is an open letter from Miriam Medina, the director of Enrollment Management at Scecina Memorial High School, to seventh and eighth-grade students and their parents who live on the Eastside of Indianapolis.

    Back in 2007, my parents filled out a form that my eighth-grade counselor gave me to take home. We filled it out, I took it back, and I never really knew anything about what had become of that form. Fast-forward to the fall of 2010 when I was starting my senior year of high school. That form proved to be life-changing. ... Read More

  • Students explore healthcare career opportunities

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications      

    Some Scecina students considering a good job for the future are looking at the healthcare field up close. 

    They board a Scecina bus and within about 4 minutes arrive at a major hospital, Community Hospital East, where they work with health professionals. 

    They are the first students taking a new year-long class at Scecina, Health Occupations, which combines classroom instruction and real-life experience inside the health system. They spend nearly two class periods almost every day at the hospital. The students cannot touch patients, but they get experience in a real hospital setting, said teacher Sarah Smith.... Read More

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Mrs. Zeh Fulford
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