St. Sebastian's celebrated Catholic Schools Week with a number of events from January 30 - February 3.
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As of the February 1 Signing Day, 15 St. Sebastian's seniors have committed to play a sport at the collegiate level.
Congratulations to Eddie Ryan '23 for winning 2nd Place in the Interpretive Reading Competition.
Phil Perry of NBC Sports Boston came to speak to students on Tuesday, January 31.
This Arrow is in the running for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award, college hockey's most prestigious honor.
St. Sebastian's School is proud to announce those students who were named to the Second Quarter and First Semester Honor Rolls.
Arrows recently displayed their memorization and theatrical skills during the Shakespeare and the Poetry Out Lound competitions.
On Thursday, January 26, in front of a packed crowd, Trevor Mullin ’23 scored 33 points to become the St. Sebastian’s all-time leading scorer with 1771 career points.
St. Sebastian's annual Board Retreat was held at the Wellesley Country Club on Thursday, January 19.
After a remarkable career spanning more than three decades as Headmaster of St. Sebastian's School, Bill Burke has announced his retirement in June 2024.
Over Christmas break, a group of Arrows traveled up to Saint Patrick Parish in Lawrence to volunteer in the “Spirit of Sharing” gift drive.
On January 3, St. Sebastian’s alumni gathered via Zoom for our annual Arrows Connect Career Night.
The St. Sebastian's community responded with great generosity to the National Honor Society’s annual Christmas Warmth Drive.
On Thursday, December 15, the sophomore English classes congregated in the McCulloch Room for the annual Macbeth Competition.
On Friday, December 16, the St. Sebastian's Community kicked off Christmas Break with a festive Christmas program, celebrating the season with song and scripture.
“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.”