The Indiana State Board of Education Awards an "A"letter grade to Scecina Memorial High School.
After reviewing the academic growth of its students, graduation rates, as well as college and career readiness, the Indiana State Board of Education has awarded Scecina Memorial High School (SMHS) an "A" letter grade for 2014.
Joe Therber, president of the high school, commented on the achievement: “I am so proud of the students, their families, faculty, staff, and administrators at SMHS that worked so hard to achieve this rating. Everyone was involved. And, I am grateful to the alumni that have supported the school with their gifts of time, talent, and treasure.”
The Director of Enrollment Management, Kelsey Abelein, shared that “being an "A" rated school just reaffirms something that we, at Scecina, already know and what we want to convey to the community." Scecina is a high quality, college-preparatory, school attracting some of the best students from our East Deanery Partner Schools and 60 other schools in the Greater Indianapolis area. Continuing to receive an "A" rating assures prospective parents and students that Scecina will provide them with high quality academics. She continued to say that "the "A" rating is proof of the opportunities for students to excel throughout their high school careers here at Scecina.”
Counting students, faculty, staff, parents, and alumni, the Crusader Community is over 7,500 persons strong. President Therber encouraged every member of the Crusader Community to share the news of the school’s achievement. He added that “Every Crusader should be proud of this achievement. Let’s spread the news far and wide.”
Posted on Wed, November 5, 2014
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