On another beautiful May afternoon, St. James School celebrated the feast day of St. James the Less in the historic Church of St. James the Less (est. 1846), followed by a delicious lunch in the school’s Di Bruno Bros. Neighborhood Kitchen. During Mass, The Rev. Sean Mullen (sch
On Sunday May 3, St. James School hosted André Robert Lee along with an esteemed panel to present his documentary, The Prep School Negro. Students, families, volunteers, staff members, board members and friends of the school all shared a lunch prepared by school Chef Deborah Anthony a
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