The varsity baseball team traveled to historic Fenway Park, where they hosted league-rival Belmont Hill.
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Patrick Ewanchuk, Associate Professor of Biology at Providence College, spoke to us yesterday morning as a part of our Birmingham Lecture series.
Members of the Latin Club attended Classics Day at Holy Cross on Thursday, April 12.
Headmaster Burke, Assistant Headmaster Mike Nerbonne, and faculty member David Cornish inducted fourteen seniors into the Cum Laude Society.
Members of the St. Sebastian's Robotics team participated in a fun competition.
St. Sebastian's students volunteered at a sorting drive as part of the Needham Gives Back project.
Certamen is a game testing knowledge of literature, grammar, history, mythology and culture.
St. Sebastian's hosted its annual reception for admitted students and their families.
Ellis O'Donnell '19 and returning champ Jack Dumouchel '19 faced off for the 6th Annual Chess Tournament Championship Match.
The Associate Dean of Undergraduates at the Carroll School of Management met with a number of Arrows.
Several St. Sebastian's alumni who are either currently enrolled at or who have graduated from Harvard College enjoyed an informal luncheon.
St. Sebastian's School is proud to recognize its student-athletes for their performances during the 2017-2018 winter season.
Headmaster Burke today announced the Honor Roll recipients for the third quarter of the 2017-2018 school year.
Alumni and friends of St. Sebastian's reconnected and shared memories.
St. Sebastian's Trustees took part in the School's annual Trustee Class Visit Day.
The St. Sebastian's Senior Class gathered in Ward Hall for its traditional "100 Days to Graduation" breakfast on February 27.
St. Sebastian's hosted its Annual Parliamentary Extemporaneous Invitational Novice Debate Tournament.
Fathers and sons sliced, diced, and chopped produce for the Pine Street Inn.
This year's winter play was "A Rock and a Hard Place," by Nick Howell '18 and Will Forman '18.
Andrew Elcock '17, Billy McCarthy '15, Will Kenney '14, and Luke Jones '17, visit with their old headmaster.