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Everything listed under: Scecina Memorial High School

  • Community Hospital executive speaks at Scecina networking event

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications

    Scecina Memorial High School and Community East Hospital share a common history, as both were built in the same era and grew up together on Indianapolis’ Eastside. Scecina welcomed its first class in 1953; Community Hospital served its first patient three years later. Both remain anchor institutions on the Eastside. 

    Today Scecina and Community are partners in Eastside business and neighborhood development efforts and also in the school’s Health Occupations class, where students work at the hospital nearly each day to learn more about medical professions.

    Scott Teffeteller, president of the East Region for Community Health Network, emphasized that shared history and ... Read More

  • Scecina graduate Dr. Sheila Bosron offers business tips to students

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications 

    Sheila (Barton) Bosron ’60 had a “eureka!” moment in the 1970s while living and teaching in Japan. She noticed that there were many women dentists in Japan, and she was an American unfamiliar with women in that role. 

    Dr. Bosron spoke on April 19 to Scecina’s Business Management class taught by Pam Brake. She shared her experiences of changing careers from teacher to dentist with her own practice.  ... Read More

  • Scecina alumni share advice with business students

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications 

    Though Joe Caito and Kate (Jeffers) Schreiber graduated from Scecina years apart, they share a common bond as entrepreneurs and businesspeople. They were the first two in a series of alumni speakers who are sharing their wisdom with 23 current Scecina students in the business management class. 

    After Joe Caito graduated from Scecina in 1963, he and brother Phil, Scecina Class of 1961, started to build what became a thriving business delivering fresh produce. ... Read More