St. Sebastian Parochial School is a Catholic school located in Queens, NYC and established in 1926. The school’s purpose is to educate young people’s minds and instill within them Christian values and virtues.
St. Sebastian School offers classes to nursery school students through eighth grade. The school is truly multicultural with over 40 nations represented among its student body. Each grade is comprised of 25-30 students, which allows for St. Sebastian faculty to maintain small classes.
The school located in the diverse community of Woodside. One of the driving features of the school building itself is soundproof windows, designed to keep out the noise of the city and cut down on student distractions.
Students enjoy Internet-enhanced classroom learning, art programs, a state-of-the-art compute center, a challenging physical education program, a refurbished state-of-the-art library, and an extended day program.
The St. Sebastian after school program provides supervised homework time and supervised parish activities.
Students do wear uniforms at St. Sebastian School. The uniforms are provided by Marlou Garments.
St. Sebastian School is operated by the Catholic parish of the same name. The school routinely receives educational grants from public and private sources to enhance the education offerings for all students. The school is staffed by certified Sisters of Charity and lay faculty.