Members of the junior class continued the tradition of helping the Paulist Center's Community Breakfast Project on Saturday, February 16.
From academic honors to extracurricular activities and special events, there is always something happening in the St. Sebastian's community. Be sure to visit this page often for the latest news from students, faculty, staff and alumni!
Looking for past news stories? Use our search tool to search by keyword or date.
Congratulations to Jack Flynn '22 and Aidan McCarthy '22 who each won a Speaker's Prize for their individual performance in the Tournament.
The St. Sebastian's varsity wrestling team traveled to Tabor for the ISL Tournament.
Joe Maalouf '19 won the Second Place Prize in the Persuasive Speaking category and Griffin Wagner '19 won the Third Place Prize in the After Dinner Speaking category.
Students volunteered in Catching Joy's "Big Blanket Hug" and worked together to make 26 blankets for people in need.
Written and directed by seniors Cole Tremblay and Anthony Perez, the comedy follows Ted and his imaginary friend as they interact with a plethora of other silly characters in the world of make-believe.
Alcohol and drug-free since August 1, 2008, Chris has spoken to over one million students nationwide with the goal of sparking honest discussions and making a positive difference in their lives.
He recited "The Donkey" by G.K. Chesterton and "Today" by Billy Collins.
The Arrows have earned a spot in the Massachusetts FIRST Tech Challenge State Championships.
While at the 126th Annual Meeting of the Headmasters Association in Durham, NC, Headmaster Burke visits with alumni.
The morning saw a nice alignment of three planets and the Moon rising in the East just before the Sun.
A number of events took place, including Class Masses every morning, Student Appreciation Day on Wednesday, Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day on Thursday, and First Friday Mass for the entire School Community.
Thirty-eight students from both schools worked together to assemble more than 450 "Blessing Bags."
Ansel Adams is not only known for his iconic black and white images of the U.S. National Parks, but for being an incredible technician in the darkroom creating many of the techniques still used today.
Here are the names of students who were named to the Second Quarter and First Semester Honor Rolls.
Accompanying his sonnet, Alessandro presented Puck's epilogue from A Midsummer Night's Dream.
The guest speaker was Mr. Jamele Adams, who is the Dean of Students at Brandeis University and also a celebrated poet.
Headmaster Burke and architect Rob Olson updated everyone on the proposed Senior Class Gift; The Faculty Commons.
Maxwell's work will be recognized at the Regional Awards, held at Tufts University on March 16, and his Gold and Silver pieces will advance to the National competition.
In their division, the band placed 15th, and was a huge success all around.