On Friday July 15, St. James School celebrated the Class of 2016 Graduation in the cottage yard across from the lych gate to the historic Church of St. James the Less. Families and guests gathered under a tent in the 90-plus degree day as trumpeters and singers prepped, students and s
Students, staff and families gathered in the Church of St. James the Less for the 2016 Baccalaureate Mass, celebrating the success of the soon-to-be graduates who are heading to best-fit high schools in the fall. Led by The Reverends Andrew Kellner and Betsy Ivey, the evening was a sp
As the regular school year comes to a close, students and staff get ramped up for House Cup Day when Patientia, Benevolentia, Industria, and Humilitas compete in games of brains and braun to win a spot on the House Cup Trophy for most points awarded throughout the school year. The win
July 13, 2016
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