On Wednesday, November 8th, St. Sebastian's celebrated some of the seniors who signed their letters of intent and will continue their sports careers in college. Congratulations, Arrows
“The St. Sebastian's Athletic Program fulfills the School's mission to educate students in body, mind, and spirit. At St. Sebastian's, athletic competition is an extension of the classroom. The values of teamwork, sportsmanship, and hard work are at the core of everything we instill in our student-athletes.”
Jon Bartlett, Director of Athletics
On Friday, November 10, the Varsity Cross Country team won the championship race for the first time in school history, with three of our runners finishing in the top ten.
Alumni, students, parents, and faculty gathered October 13-14 to support our cross country, football and soccer teams during Homecoming weekend.
On Saturday, September 30, donors of the Arrows Rise project, their families, and members of the St. Sebastian’s community, gathered to bless and dedicate Arrows Rise.
During the opening assembly on the first day of school, Friday, September 8, Headmaster Burke interviewed Jim Nantz, legendary CBS sportscaster and author of our All School Read, “Always by My Side: A Father's Grace and a Sports Journey Unlike Any Other.”
St. Sebastian's School is proud to recognize its student-athletes for their performance on the Arrows varsity baseball, golf, lacrosse, and tennis teams, as well as our ultimate team.
We are proud to announce that on Tuesday, March 15, Arrows varsity basketball player AJ Dybantsa '26 was named the 2022-23 Gatorade Massachusetts Boys Basketball Player of the Year.
Seventeen seniors have committed to play a sport at the collegiate level. That is 20% of the senior class.
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