The culmination of a year long service partnership between St. James School and Episcopal Academy (EA) took place on a picture perfect day. Students departed the school just after morning meeting and arrived around 10am for a pre-lunch set of outdoor activities. EA and St. James stude
After 9 weeks of learning and practice, the 6th grade class was finally ready to showcase their knowledge of dance. The progress that students have made since last year’s class was noted by all in attendance. Led by instructor Kristen DelMarcelle (a Philadelphia-based theatre artist a
Students experienced their first tour of the Barnes Foundation. The subject of day for 6th graders focused on the ensembles designed by Dr. Barnes, specifically why things at the Barnes are arranged differently than other museums. The 5th grade tour was about the characteristics of Im
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