Andrew Elcock '17, Billy McCarthy '15, Will Kenney '14, and Luke Jones '17, visit with their old headmaster.
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Alessandro Barbiellini '21 was the winner of the Poetry Out Loud competition.
Veteran civil rights activist, Mrs. Mimi Jones, was this year's guest speaker.
The Arrows heard from the Managing Director at BlackRock, a Director at BlackRock, and a Vice President at Fidelity Investments.
St. Sebastian's celebrated Catholic Schools Week with Student Appreciation Day and Faculty/Staff Appreciation Day.
The Arrows Robotics Team competed in two competitions.
The Arrows participated in The Good Sports 2018 Invitational, the fifth annual high school basketball event to benefit charity.
Former Trustees of St. Sebastian's School were honored for their leadership and service at a dinner at the Wellesley Country Club.
The Arrows Debate Team competed in a Parliamentary Extemporaneous Tournament.
Here are the names of students who were named to the Second Quarter and First Semester Honor Rolls.
Former Arrows hockey player opens up about his recent battle with cancer.
Marty White '18 and Kevin Oh '19 earned a perfect record of 3 wins and 0 losses competing in the Advanced Division.
Noah Welch '01 made the USA Olympic Hockey Team and Noah Hanifin '15 was named an NHL All Star.
Amazing progress is being made to the construction project.
Fr. Paris and Fr. Arens concelebrated the Latin Club's annual Latin Mass.
The Varsity Hockey Team defeated the Catholic Memorial Knights 8-0 in the 24th annual Mutch Cup.
The St. Sebastian's community celebrated the season with a festive and spiritual Christmas program.
The gifts will be distributed by Catholic Charities at sites in both Boston and Brockton.
Three of our students traveled to California to go to the NAIS sponsored Student Diversity Leadership Conference.
Students enjoy ethnic foods from all around the world at the International Club Christmas Party.