St. James School is proud to announce a special partnership with DiBruno Bros., Philadelphia’s premier cheese supplier, culinary store and catering company. Since 1939 Di Bruno Bros has established a legacy of culinary pioneering with exceptional and warm hospitality. Their dedication
St. James students were visited by French hornist Angela Cordell Bilger. Ms. Bilger spoke to the students about the history of the French horn and played a number of fanfares and songs for them. The students were excited to hear this magnificent instrument close up and to have their m
The 6th grade students split into two groups to provide service to two organizations, Mercy Neighborhood Ministries of Philadelphia and Cradles to Crayons. Instructional Assistant Kevin Todd and five students went to Mercy Families Ministries for the morning. The Sisters of Mercy have
Led by Head of School L. Hamilton Clark, six seniors from Episcopal Academy (EA) in Newtown Square, PA, visited for a day of volunteer service and play, all part of the school’s annual Senior Service Day. The group arrived in the morning and, after a brief orientation with full-
The 6th grade class of St. James School ventured on their first Urban Blazers field trip of the year. Under the leadership of Executive Director Eric Dolloway–with the help of volunteers from Temple University–the students went for an afternoon hike at Blue Bell Park. The
The fifth grade students enjoyed a lovely fall afternoon playing frisbee football with their teacher, Ms. Annie Lerew, and Instructional Assistant Mr. Fabian Austin. The students have been coming together, working to build solid relationships and play as a team.
An estimated 1,100 members of the La Salle University community celebrated the school’s 150th anniversary by providing a Lasallian Day of Service on September 29. Serving at sites throughout the Philadelphia area, the United States and around the world, St. James School was happ
St. David’s Episcopal Church in Wayne hosted its 161st Church Fair and Country Auction, and the families of St. James School were invited to attend. The event is one of the longest standing country fairs in the nation, and proceeds benefit St. David’s outreach projects in Philadelphia
St. James School enjoyed a special day with student visitors from William Penn Charter (Philadelphia) and The Shipley School (Bryn Mawr). Both schools scheduled their service days on the same day, and therefore joined together with St. James’ students for a collective day of ser
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We seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving our neighbor as ourself.
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