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Student Spotlight: Corinne Maue '16


Senior Corinne Maue is one of the salutatorians of the Class of 2016. She will attend Kelley School of Business at Indiana University in Bloomington this fall. She plans to major in business and minor in Spanish and to one day earn her MBA.

Each week the Scecina Student Spotlight introduces the Crusader Community to a current Scecina student who has been a recipient of the President's Academic Excellence Award.

By Cari Gallagher '93

Name: Corinne Maue

Class: 2016

Grade School: Our Lady Of Lourdes

Favorite School Subjects: English and Anatomy

Favorite Book: “There are too many to count! I’ll read anything.”

Academic Honors: Four-Year President’s Academic Excellence Award Winner, Four-Year Scecina Scholar Athlete, ICC Academic All-Conference – Volleyball Manager, ICC Academic Super Bowl Conference Champion 2015

Co-Curricular Activities: Varsity volleyball manager, Key Club, Student Ambassadors, Spanish Club, Academic Super Bowl, National Honor Society 

Following in the footsteps of Father Thomas Scecina, senior Corinne Maue exemplifies the four core values that characterize a Scecina Crusader. 

Excellence: Corinne has challenged herself with honors and advanced placement courses during her time at Scecina. She has achieved a 4.28 career grade point average. She is a co-salutatorian for the Class of 2016. 

Vocation: Corinne is passionate about books and language. She wants to share this passion with others, and empower them to become lifelong learners. Corrine plans to crusade for literacy and quality education in lesser developed countries. 

Stewardship: Recognizing the importance of caring for those around her, Corinne is dedicated to cultivating God’s gifts in herself and others. After playing on the freshman volleyball team in 2012, Corinne realized that she preferred to contribute to the program as a student manager, helping her teammates to excel. She has earned her varsity letter for three consecutive seasons. 

Servant Leadership: This is perhaps the area were Corinne has experienced the most growth. “At Scecina I had the opportunity to be a founding member, and later the president of, the Key Club,” she says. “This experience has taught me a lot about service and leadership.” 

As she prepares to leave Scecina, Corinne is focused on the next phase of her education. She will attend Kelley School of Business at Indiana University in Bloomington this fall. She plans to major in business and minor in Spanish. Corinne hopes to one day earn her MBA. 

Corinne is the daughter of Ross and Therese Maue. Her mother holds a bachelor’s degree from Marian University in interior design and is self-employed as a nanny. Ross Maue, a graduate of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, is a mechanical engineer. Younger sister Audrey is a freshman at Scecina and her brother Evan, 10 years old, attends IPS School 15.

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