In January 2015, the school was excited to be filmed for part of a BBC special on food. As part of the Vetri Foundation for Children since 2014, students have been enjoying a new way of eating and learning about healthy food habits. BBC Newsround presenter Ricky Boleto visited St. Jam
On Wednesday March 25, St. James School hosted the 2nd annual St. James School-Young Scholars Frederick Douglass High School Fair. Sixty eight students and families from St. James School, Young Scholars Frederick Douglass, Thomas Mifflin School, Ethel Allen Promise Academy, and Rhoad
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