On Wednesday, February 25, 14 presenters — representing a diversity of backgrounds and careers including electricians, lawyers, business owners and more — took part in St. James School’s first Career Day. In keeping with the school’s celebration of Black History Mont
The newest family of chicks arrived at St. James School on Friday, February 20, in the caring hands of school supporter Jo Ann Townsend. The two-week old birds come from Global Leadership Academy where students watched them hatch from their eggs. Students and staff gathered in the stu
In their second season, St. James Huskies basketball continues to evolve into a solid team. This 2014-2015 team is made up of nine players, including seven from 8th grade, one from 7th grade, and one from 6th grade. One of the most exciting new additions for the team has been the abil
On Wednesday, February 11, St. James School opened its doors to over 150 guests for the official grand opening of the Di Bruno Bros. Neighborhood Kitchen. Learn more about the kitchen here Video: See the New Kitchen in Action Guests began to arrive just before 6:30pm to a beautifully-
The St. James School community celebrated the life of the blessed Absalom Jones, the first black priest in the Episcopal church. The service took place on Saturday, February 7, at Philadelphia Cathedral in University City, beginning with performances by the Saint Mark’s Boys and Girls
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