On Wednesday, June 17th, eight members of the St. Sebastian's Debate Team participated in the Second Virtual Tournament sponsored by the Debating Association of New England Independent Schools (DANEIS).
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We are proud to announce the list of colleges and universities the Class of 2020 will be attending.
Distance learning provided students with an unexpected opportunity to look at their surroundings through a new lens and capture them through photographs.
St. Sebastian's School is proud to announce the names of students who were named to the Fourth Quarter and Second Semester Honor Rolls.
Matt Guarino '15 served on the frontlines as an EMT for the past year, preparing him for a career in medicine and reshaping his view of the human side of patient care.
Fourteen members of the senior class haven been inducted into the Cum Laude Society.
St. Sebastian's lacrosse players served as mentors to youth in the Harlem Lacrosse program, meeting virtually each week through Zoom to talk about academics and everything else going on in their lives.
St. Sebastian's Participates in First Ever DANEIS Virtual Debate Tournament on May 17, 2020.
Alumni members of the Board of Trustees and the Alumni Board gathered virtually with the seniors on May 28.
On May 26, Dr. Ryan Patrico presented “Aquinas on Morality and Happiness” in the fourth and final installment of St. Sebastian’s Faculty Zoom Seminars.
On May 27, Tim Sullivan ’65, President at Wellesley Partners, and Alex Cook ’91, Partner at Seaview Global Advisors, hosted a Zoom seminar for the Class of 2016.
Alessandro Barbiellini ’21 and Max Samulka ’21 have been commended by the Vergilian Society for their performances on the annual Vergil Translation Contest. Only thirty students nationwide received such recognition.
Congratulations to Deven Carkner ’24, Liam Cunjak ’25, Maxim Kalinichenko ’25, Michael Kalinichenko ’23, Chase McCann ’24, and Cormac Walsh ‘24 for receiving perfect scores on this challenging exam.
For their final service project, the seniors organized a food drive to benefit Catholic Charities of Boston, collecting donations from St. Sebastian's families all over Massachusetts.
The Chair of the Science Department led a seminar on “The Wave-Particle Duality of Light," discussing how our understanding of the nature of light broke physics and brought it back stronger.
On Saturday, May 16, St. Sebastian’s alumni gathered for the first, and hopefully last, Virtual Reunion in our School’s history.
The safety devices created in the Lab - an idea suggested by seniors Aidan Garrity and Luke McKenzie - were donated to supermarket workers at Sudbury Farms in Needham.
As part of St. Sebastian’s ongoing Faculty Zoom Seminars, English Department Chair, Chris Lynch, hosted over 125 people on Tuesday night, May 12, for a broad discussion on Fyodor Dostoyevsky and The Brothers Karamazov.
St. Sebastian's mothers gathered virtually on the evening of May 12 for the Guild of St. Irene's annual Closing Event & Fashion Show.
Over 140 St. Sebastian’s community members participated in an informative talk given by Dr. Edward Ryan, Director of Global Infectious Diseases at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Fr. Joe Keefe '00 shares a story of faith and hope in uncertain times.
On the evening of May 5, History Department Chair Denis Cleary led a discussion titled, “Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin” during our inaugural Faculty Zoom Seminar.
Mr. Arevian and Mr. Connolly, both employees at Piper Sandler, gave insight into the field of investment banking.
On April 30, St. Sebastian's hosted a virtual reception for our parents of alumni in place of the annual gathering on campus.
In place of coming to campus, grandparents and special friends tuned in from afar to participate in our virtual event hosted in their honor.