St. Sebastian's opened its doors to prospective students and parents during our annual Open House.
Our total enrollment and number of chapel speeches given each year
Advanced Placement (AP) courses
average graduating class size
of students receive need-based financial aid
Over 230 students and faculty from 19 Independent Schools participated in the Tournament, making this one of our largest tournaments ever.
The Miracle League is a non-profit organization that gives children with disabilities a chance to play baseball as part of a team in an organized league at no cost to the child's family.
New parents to St. Sebastian's were welcomed by faculty members, administrators, and fellow parents.
These Arrows were recognized for their performance on the PSAT/NMSQT last fall and for excellence in academic achievements.
Alumni, students, parents and faculty gathered this past weekend to celebrate Homecoming.
More than 200 current parents, parents of alumni, grandparents, alumni and friends came together to honor and celebrate all those who support our great School.
Arrows heard from Board of Trustees President, Jim Elcock '77, P'08, on the third annual Founder's Day.
Three Arrows have been recognized for their exceptional academic promise.
The Guild of St. Irene and the Men's Association hosted an event to celebrate the start of the new School year.
The Arrows assisted in setting up the room, serving the food and coffee, and cleaning up.
Seventeen members of the classes of 2020 and 2021 traveled to San Miguel School to deliver 63 fully stocked backpacks.
Headmaster Burke addressed everyone at Corporate Chapel on this year's theme: Empathy.
Headmaster Burke addresses students and faculty on the first day of school.
Our newest Arrows spent time together before classes start up during the Grade 7 and 8 Orientation.
“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.”