St. James School students enjoyed an inspiring visit to the mural exhibition at Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (PAFA). They analyzed murals from all over the city, including a favorite by Peter Pagast and Jane Golden’s Peace (a wall which can be found at 29th & Wharton S
On Sunday December 15, over 120 guests gathered for the 2nd Annual Christmas Celebration at St. James School. The event was hosted by the English Speaking-Union and the Society of the Sons of St. George to benefit St. James School students. The evening began with tours of the historic
The 3rd Annual Thanksgiving Feast was a night to remember for all those in attendance. The day began early in the morning with the preparation of 18 turkeys, the delicious smell emanating throughout the school building. Volunteers spent the afternoon preparing the community room for t
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