The first Girls Empowerment Gala was held on Sunday, April 12, 2015, for the female students and family members. The goal of the gala was to empower our girls and have them leave feeling like they could take on the world. At the event self defense, yoga, self esteem, grilling, tie dye
The 4th annual Eastertide Mass marked a historic day in the life of St. James School with the baptism of eight students. During Lent, interested students and their families met with School Chaplain Deacon Alex Lenzo to learn more about the meaning of baptism. Mass began with a festive
The campus was filled with activity at the April community service day. Roughly 25 volunteers came from four churches to volunteer their time as tutors while others worked on special projects throughout the campus. Group included: Trinity Episcopal Church (Gulph Mills) Split their tim
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