On March 5, the St. Sebastian’s Engineering Club hosted its first ever event in Ward Hall, featuring guest speaker James Collins, an MIT professor who shared his passion for biomedical engineering.
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After earning the top spot in the school-wide competition, Patrick McDonald ‘20 represented St. Sebastian's in the regional competition in Hopkinton on February 29.
Michael Pond '20 was added to the Sr. Evelyn C. Barrett, O.P. Chapter of the National Honor Society on Monday, March 9, 2020.
The St. Sebastian's alumnus stopped by Karl Grohmann's music classes on March 6 to talk with students about his career in country music and life on the road.
St. Sebastian's music students attended the annual Boston Symphony Orchestra Open Rehearsal on February 27.
Victor Cevoli, an award-winning graphic designer and photographer, met with the students to talk about photographing on site and the history of the hospital.
Louis Hansen ‘21 was honored as a member of the Gridiron Club of Boston’s Super 26 All-State High School Football Team for the 2019 season at Lantana’s in Randolph on Sunday, March 1.
On Saturday, February 29, members of St. Sebastian's Slings and Arrows presented "The Door" in the Massachusetts High School Theater Celebration at Algonquin Regional High School in Northborough.
St. Sebastian's Seniors celebrate 100 days to graduation with a breakfast on Tuesday, February 25, 2020.
Members of the Class of 2025 traveled to Framingham State University's Challenger Learning Center on Friday, February 21.
On February 4, 2020, Mr. Willie Yandow P’20 addressed members of the St. Sebastian’s Finance Academy.
Arrows Aidan McCarthy '22, Paul White '22, and Jack Sullivan '22 returned to the Memory Project to help lead newcomers Declan Carroll '25, Derron St. Marie '24 and Joe Hamilton '21 to create portraits for Rohingya refugee orphans that are currently living in a refugee camp in Malaysia.
On Sunday, February 16, 2020, St. Sebastian's hosted our Annual Parliamentary Extemporaneous Invitational Debate Tournament for students in both the Novice and Advanced Divisions.
On February 14 and 15, the St. Sebastian's Drama Club performed "The Door," this year's winter play. The play was written by seniors Patrick McDonald, Nate Kelly, and Aidan Garrity who also collaborated in directing.
On Saturday, February 15th, St. Sebastian's students helped serve about one hundred warm meals to the homeless at the Paulist Center in Boston. The Arrows also brought some Valentine's Day cheer to the guests of the Community Breakfast.
Led by captains Billy Queally ’20 and Evan Prince ’20, Arrows Skiing traveled to Sunday River, ME, on February 12, to compete the NEPSAC Class A Alpine Ski Championships.
Alessandro Barbiellini '21 placed first in the Impromptu Speaking Competition at the Kingswood Oxford School's Annual Invitational Public Speaking Competition on Sunday, February 9.
St. Sebastian's students and faculty, led by Men with Positive Attitudes, recognized Black History Month through powerful words and music.
St. Sebastian’s School FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Robotics Team competed in a FIRST Robotics Massachusetts qualifying tournament at Canton High School on February 1. With a 3rd-place finish, the team qualified for the FIRST Tech Challenge State Championships to be held at Natick High School on March 7.
A member of Indiana University's golf team, the freshman won both of his matchups on February 7.
During his annual visit to North Caroline for the Headmasters Association annual meeting, Headmaster Burke met up with recent alumni studying at Duke University.
St. Sebastian's marked the week with several annual traditions.
The St. Sebastian's students named to the Second Quarter and First Semester Honor Rolls on Thursday, January 30, 2020.
On Sunday, January 26, St. Sebastian's fathers and sons traveled to Boston for the 9th annual Chop-A-Thon at the Pine Street Inn, the largest resource for the homeless in New England.