Why choose a Catholic school?

We provide a balanced curriculum that integrates faith, culture and life. 

We set high standards for student achievement and help them succeed. 

We instill in students the value of service to others. 

We provide a safe and welcoming environment for all. 

Want to learn more? You're invited to:
Scecina Information Night
6 p.m.
Monday July 31

Scecina Memorial High School
5000 Nowland Avenue

 Come learn more about opportunities at Scecina Memorial High School

Apply for admission

Pizza and Drinks provided

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Why choose Scecina?

Thank you for taking the time to explore the opportunities that are available at Scecina Memorial High School. Scecina is a co-educational Catholic college and life preparatory school that motivates our diverse and gifted community of students to attain educational excellence, be lifelong learners, and live as servant leaders in the inspiring footsteps of Father Thomas Scecina.

Founded in the Catholic tradition, Scecina welcomes students of all faiths and backgrounds. Scecina's reputation for community and excellence is a tribute to our faculty and our focus on academics, complemented by athletics, the arts, and service. Financial aid for qualified students in grades 9-12 makes a Scecina education available to you, regardless of your family's ability to pay. If you're a motivated student striving to reach the next level in your education, Scecina welcomes you!

Please use the tabs on the left of the page to navigate through the admissions section. You will find the application process, applications, shadow day registration, tuition assistance forms, etc. If you can't find what you are looking for, please contact Miriam Medina in the Enrollment Management Office at 317.352.3287 or by email mmedina@scecina.org.

Miriam Medina
 Director of Enrollment Management

   Amy Noser 
Enrollment Management Assistant
 317-356-6377, ext. 1317

"An advantage I see Scecina having over other schools is that it's a small school, so I can meet everyone."

Abby Crump '15