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Curriculum Night on December 3, 2020


Please join us for our Admissions Curriculum Night on December 3, 2020 at 6:00 p.m.

This online event offers an in-depth look at the academic offerings and individualized curriculum at St. Sebastian's. Prospective parents and students can connect with our students and faculty to learn about the engaging classes and programs they enjoy. Please register in advance so we can share more information with you.


  1. Create a Ravenna account or log in if you already have an existing account.
  2. Choose St. Sebastian's School.
  3. Register for the Curriculum Night

Curriculum Night Schedule

The evening will begin with a welcome from Headmaster Bill Burke and a curriculum overview from Assistant Headmaster and Dean of Studies, Mr. Michael Nerbonne. At the conclusion of the Welcome and Overview, attendees will return to this webpage to participate in our other sessions. Each session will last 15 minutes and you will have 5 minutes between sessions to revisit this webpage and select your next Zoom session.

  • Faith and Reason
  • Writing, Speaking, and Critical Thinking
  • STEM and Innovation
  • Mathematical Inquiry
  • Language and Culture
  • Fine Arts
  • Alumni Panel
Schedule of Events

6:00 PM - Welcome and Curriculum Overview
6:20 PM - Session One
6:40 PM - Session Two
7:00 PM - Session Three
7:20 PM - Session Four

Faith & Reason

Religion Department Chair, Josef Cressotti, leads a discussion about the St. Sebastian’s mission to pursue the truth through faith and reason.

Faith & Reason SESSION Link

Writing, Speaking, and Critical Thinking

English Department Chair, Chris Lynch, and History Department Chair, Denis Cleary, highlight how students develop these important, lifelong skills.

Writing, Speaking, & Critical Thinking SESSION Link

STEM & Innovation

Science Department Chair, David Wilbur, and Innovation Lab Director, Matt Burke, show the rigorous and engaging approach of our Science curriculum and offerings.

STEM & Innovation SESSION Link

Mathematical Inquiry

Mathematics Department Chair, Jim Rest, reveals how our student-centered approach challenges and supports each student to attain his highest level of study.

Mathematical Inquiry SESSION Link

Language & Culture

Classics Department Chair, Sean Albertson, and Spanish Department Chair, Ryan Moore, explain the language offerings and their connections to literature, history, and culture.

Language & Culture Session Link

Fine Arts

Department Chair, Mark Rogers, and members of the faculty conduct a conversation about the many fine arts opportunities in classes and clubs.

Fine arts session Link

Athletics Night: Alumni Panel

Recent alumni share their preparation for and success in college. Learn how the curriculum, the faculty, and the brotherhood at St. Sebastian’s has made a difference in their academic lives.

alumni panel Session Link