Alumni, students, parents and faculty gathered this past weekend to celebrate Homecoming.
“The St. Sebastian's Athletic Program aids in fulfilling the school's mission to educate young men in body, mind, and spirit. At St. Sebastian's, athletic competition is viewed as an extension of the classroom where the values of teamwork, sportsmanship, and hard work are at the core of everything we instill in our athletes.”
David Hinman, Athletic Director
Adama Kaba '17 notched his first collegiate goal helping Northeastern upset UMass-Lowell.
The Needham local paper wrote an article about an Arrow who excelled on West Point's hockey and lacrosse teams in 2016-2017.
These members of the Class of 2017 will play sports at their respective colleges and universities.
St. Sebastian's was represented at the fifth annual Boston Lax All-American Game.
Arrows who played for our varsity baseball, golf, lacrosse, sailing, tennis and ultimate frisbee teams were recognized.
With a 15-7 win over Thayer Academy, the Arrows win the championship.
With a victory over Brooks, the Arrows clinched the championship.
The Golf team finishes the regular season with a record of 16-0-1 and wins the Kingman Trophy.
Peter Pickard '18 was recognized as one of five "High School Heroes" for leading the team's efforts in raising money for breast cancer awareness.
St. Sebastian's varsity teams are on a roll. At the end of last week, our golf, baseball, tennis and lacrosse teams all came home with wins.
The Arrows got the win yesterday against an old rival.
St. Sebastian's School is proud to recognize its student-athletes for their performance on the Arrows varsity hockey, basketball, skiing, swimming, wrestling and squash teams during the 2016-2017 winter season.
An end to a great skiing season
Arrows race down Mount Sunapee in the 2017 NEPSAC Class A Championships.
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