St. Sebastian's Latin students had a very successful day as they earned two awards—1st Place Art Contest and 3rd Place in Upper Division Certamen.
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The Cum Laude Society is dedicated to honoring scholastic achievement in secondary schools.
Certamen is a game that tests a student's knowledge of literature, grammar, history, mythology and culture.
St. Sebastian's presented "Imaginary Friends," written and directed by Tony Perez '19 and Cole Tremblay '19.
Students saw in person many buildings, monuments, and historical sites studied in their Latin, religion, and history classes.
Cradles to Crayons annually helps more than 150,000 children in Massachusetts be prepared to attend school by providing clothes and other essentials.
The Boston Cannons have a strong defensive Arrow on their roster.
St. Sebastian's held its annual reception for admitted students and their families on Thursday, April 4.
Thanks to the efforts of Mr. Edward Weiss P'23, St. Sebastian's School was fortunate enough to view the Red Sox World Series trophies.
An Arrow and recent graduate of Harvard University, with a degree in physics, served as guest lecturer for Mr. Wilbur's AP Physics 2 classes.
St. Sebastian's swept the top two awards, as well as an honorable mention, in the 9th grade division.
Headmaster Burke announced the Honor Roll recipients for the third quarter of the 2018-2019 school year.
Alumni and friends of St. Sebastian's gathered in warmer climes to reconnect and share memories.
The varsity lacrosse team received advice from the two-time Super Bowl champion.
The juniors served corn beef and cabbage while spreading Gaelic cheer to the guests.
Another St. Sebastian's student has been inducted into the Sr. Evelyn C. Barrett, O.P. Chapter of the National Honor Society.
While snacking on real pie, the Arrows tackled a number of math problems for a chance to win a gift certificate or a pizza.
The trio of Michael Connelly, Jayden Grier, and Aidan McCarthy won the event, and Colin Boland was awarded best actor.
The gathering took place at Wells Fargo and gave members of the School's community an opportunity to connect and experience the strong St. Sebastian's network.
An Arrow was honored by the Classical Association of New England (CANE) for his first place entry.