Members of the junior class continued the tradition of helping the Paulist Center's Community Breakfast Project on Saturday, December 15.
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The Travis Roy Cup is played every year to honor Travis and his contributions to prep school hockey, as well as to raise money for the Travis Roy Foundation, which is dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with spinal cord injuries and their families.
He also met up with Arrows Matt Daniel '15, Raffi Barsamian '17, Charlie Gordon '15, and Weston Brach '16.
Alessandro Barbiellini '21, Tommy McCarthy '20, Patrick McDonald '20, Anthony Perez '19 and Cole Tremblay '19 advance to the Finals.
Currently a senior at Washington University in St. Louis, the former Robotics Team member covered a wide variety of topics, from his academic journey to his internship and future job at the Intel Corporation.
Panelists Connor Smith '07, Brian Egan '04, Michael White '01, and Conor Doherty '01 spoke to their fellow Arrows.
St. Sebastian's students demonstrated their mastery of the Bard, along with their acting prowess and memorization skills.
The Robotics Team traveled to Canton High School to compete in a FIRST Robotics Massachusetts Qualifying Tournament against 23 other teams from the area.
The St. Sebastian's varsity hockey team defeated the Catholic Memorial Knights 6-2 in the 25th Annual Kevin Mutch '80 Memorial Hockey Game.
The collection of new gloves, mittens, hats, jackets, and socks was wrapped by National Honor Society students on the last day of classes before the Christmas break.
The Arrows delivered St. Sebastian's t-shirts and set up the gym to look like Santa's Workshop for a Christmas party.
Fr. Paris and Fr. Arens concelebrated the Mass with musical support from St. Sebastian's Schola and Mass Ensemble and the chorus from Montrose School.
Great goaltending and outstanding defensive play cemented the championship and an outstanding weekend for the Arrows.
The St. Sebastian's Community gathered to celebrate the season with a beautiful Christmas program full of song and scripture.
The School's newest NHS members are Matt Connelly '19 and Matt Real '19
“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.”