The Philadelphia Youth Orchestra (PYO) held a holiday concert featuring PYO’s Philadelphia Young Artists Orchestra, The Choral Society of Montgomery County and the Upper Darby High School Encore Singers on December 21, 2010 at Saint Mark’s Church in Philadelphia. Each year, PYO select
The anticipation was building as the caravan of cars and the St. James School van made its way to GoVertical, an indoor rocking climbing gym on Delaware Avenue. For months students have been preparing for of their most challenging adventures to date. After an orientation led by Eric D
The St. James School community had the pleasure of hosting The Agnes Irwin School’s Bel Contos Singers for a morning performance in St. Joseph’s Chapel. St. James School Advisory Board member and former Lower School Head of Agnes Irwin, Joyce Rehorst, had the honor of intr
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