Saint Sebastian School offers a values-based Catholic education for preschool through 8th grade. Their mission is to impart a basic knowledge of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all of their students and to instill in each child the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and fulfill God's unique role for them in building up His Kingdom on this earth.
The school is a program of St. Sebastian Parish, which has been serving Catholics in Pittsburgh's northern suburbs since 1952.
Both the church and the school are named in honor of the fourth century martyr, Sebastian. The construction materials reflected Pittsburgh industries: steel, aluminum, glass, cement and river gravel. It was a radical design for a church and was featured in Architectural Magazine.
Saint Sebastian School has been expanded twice and includes a combination gym/auditorium, library and four additional classrooms. It cafeteria is in Vincentian Hall, which is often used for community events.
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Free, on-site parking is available.