Founded by the Archdiocese of Indianapolis in 1953 and enlivened by the presence of the Sisters of St. Francis of Oldenburg, Scecina Memorial High School has educated thousands of students who now lead and serve across Indiana and beyond. Scecina Memorial High School, a Catholic college preparatory school, bears witness to Jesus Good News by educating our diverse community of students in spirit, mind, and body to become servants and leaders who give that little extra.
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