The partnership that has emerged with the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra and St. James School is ever-growing, including this splendid event to benefit St. James School, which yielded net proceeds of $3,185. Renowned in the Philadelphia community for being foremost in music education an
The campus of the Church of St. James the Less was an ideal venue for the annual holiday gathering of 130 people from the combined membership of the English Speaking Union (ESU) and The Society of the Sons of St. George (SSSG).
The 6th grade experienced several rights of childhood on their hike with Urban Blazers. They learned to search for the perfect stick to toast marshmallows and make (what were for nearly all of the students) their very first ‘smores. The ‘smores were well earned after hikin
Fifth grade students went on a docent led tour of the Native American galleries of the Southwestern United States. They learned about the Hopi and Zuni symbols and beliefs. They saw clothes, tools and pottery from these cultures. The fifth graders enjoyed a night sky presentation and
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