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Jaime Sanchez (pictured below) is the father of Scecina sophomore Juan Sanchez. Mr. Sanchez gave the following testimonial during the Scecina Open House in October 2018:
My name is Jaime Sanchez, and I am the father of a student, Juan, who is studying his second year at Scecina. When he was in the seventh grade, he started learning about high schools. After visiting several other high schools during his eighth-grade year, he told me that he had decided on Scecina. We talked about it at home, considering all the pros and cons. I had heard positive things about the school in regard to academics, but unfortunately Scecina does not have a nurse. Given my son’s medical condition, a nurse was necessary for my wife and me.
Juan spoke with his mother and me and asked us to trust him and after thinking about it, we supported him in his decision. Now, as a sophomore, he has participated in the swimming team and has shown us that he can independently manage his condition without any problem. Not only has he grown academically, but also personally.
My wife and I are completely satisfied with the teachers and the staff at Scecina. We are happy with the support given to my son when he needed it. Scecina has fulfilled all our academic and moral expectations.
Since high school is such an important step, you have to take the time to investigate, ask questions if you have doubts. The high school you choose should prepare your child for college and provide a first-class education. This is exactly what Scecina has to offer.
Scecina is a small institution but very well grounded in its roots of Catholic faith. It is a community. When we are out and about, and my son is wearing his uniform, alumni stop, and they talk to him. It is very delightful. Scecina alumni and community members are nostalgic of their time here, and very proud. I want to think that this is the community to which we want our children to belong!
Posted on Wed, October 17, 2018
by Beth Murphy filed under