St. Sebastian Catholic Academy has been recognized as the school with the highest amount donated to the Missions in Queens as a school with over 250 students enrolled.
We also received the Mission Award for the school with the highest amount donated in the Diocese of Brooklyn!
2019/2020 Partial Tuition Assistance Available through
Financial aid is available for eligible students in grades K to 8. Families must meet financial eligibility requirements to be considered.
Registration begins January 14, 2019.
The deadline to apply is March 29, 2019 for families already receiving assistance and April 29, 2019 for new families.
Learn more about the St. Sebastian Catholic Academy.
We welcome students grades Nursery through 8.
Our guide to admissions and registration for both new students and returning students.
COMPLETE REGISTRATION ONLINE AT TADS.
The Academy offers comprehensive programs including Arts, Technology and Physical Education as well as free After School Sports and Clubs sponsored on-site by Maspeth Town Hall daily for students in grades 6, 7 and 8 from 3PM until 6PM.
Extended Day Program
Find about more about our after school program provides children with time to do homework as well as to enjoy group activities. Extended Day Program is paid for by parents/guardians on an as-needed basis for children in grades Nursery though 5.
From the Pastor
Welcome to the website of St. Sebastian Catholic Academy in Woodside, New York.
As Pastor, I am very proud of our Catholic Academy, serving the Parishes of Blessed Virgin Mary Help of Christians (St. Mary’s), Our Lady Queen of Angels, St. Teresa and St. Sebastian.
We are also happy to exclaim that Jesus Christ is the center of our Academy and our role model. We strive to deepen our relationship with Him and to know him with our hearts.
We also look to Jesus to guide our study and learning this academic school year. All learning and study is an opportunity, like Jesus, to be of service to our brothers and sisters now and in the future.
Please pray for our school community; our Principal, Faculty and Students, that we might look to Jesus each day and grow into the people that He wants us to be.
Reverend Kevin P. Abels
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