International Club members had a great time at their Christmas Party.
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John Chisholm '22 and Will McInerney '22 earned a perfect debating record, winning both of their rounds in the Novice Division.
The entire St. Sebastian's Community wrote and exchanged Christmas cards with each other during Corporate Chapel.
Mr. Colgan introduced the Arrows to SAILOR, SAve and Invest for the LOng Run.
The eighth grade traveled to Newton Country Day School to participate in their annual Christmas Service Project with the eighth grade of NCDS to support the "Spirit of Sharing."
Over 400 parents and members of the St. Sebastian's Community arrived at the Seaport World Trade Center.
The St. Sebastian's School Admissions Office hosted its second open house of the year.
Members of the Senior Class gathered at the Craigville Retreat Center on Cape Cod.
Freshman and sophomore members of the club watched Ben-Hur.
St. Sebastian's School recognized its student-athletes for their performances on the Arrows varsity football, soccer, and cross country teams for the fall season.
Many Arrows arrived back on campus to compete with their fellow St. Sebastian's brothers.
Members of the junior class continued the tradition of helping the Paulist Center's Community Breakfast Project by participating in the Thanksgiving Paulist Center Breakfast.
Members of the Classes of 2000 to 2014 were invited to Carrie Nation in Boston for an alumni event.
All donations benefited Catholic Charities' south and central regions with their food pantries in Brockton and Dorchester.
The St. Sebastian's football team hosted the Taft School in the Todd Marble NEPSAC Bowl game in what would be Bob Souza's final game as the Arrows' head coach.
“The time and devotion given to every student by every teacher is incredible to say the least.”
“Once in. Never Out. It’s resoundingly true. Alums are always coming back as though they never left.”
“St. Sebastian’s is more than a school or a community. It is a family.”