Students visited The Franklin Institute to explore the general exhibits, and were asked to visit the Changing Earth exhibit and the Space Command that align nicely with the 2012-2013 Earth science course.
Students traveled to the Kimmel Center where they heard the Philadelphia Orchestra‘s production of “Beethoven Lives Upstairs.” They sat near the front of the stage close to the bass section where they could see the string players up close. Students marvelled at how
Our very own Dr. Audrey Evans — Co-Founder of St. James School — has been recognized by Philadelphia Magazine as the 2013 Trailblazer in their 9th annual year for the award. Congratulations, Audrey — we would not be here without you!
The 5th and 6th grade students participated in a science lab in collaboration with high school students and staff from Saint James School, a traditional co-ed Episcopal boarding school located in Hagerstown, Maryland. As the Maryland students were planning their weekend of service at
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