July 17, 2015, students, families, and friends packed in under a tent on the cottage lawn for the school’s first 8th grade commencement. The families of the founding class of 2015 had taken a risk and committed to this brand new school on West Clearfield Street only four years prior.
One of the most exciting and enthusiastic days in St. James School history took place July 2, 2015. Organized by the faculty & staff, House Cup Day was a chance for the school’s four houses to wrap up the year in style and energy through fun games and activities. At the end
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We seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving our neighbor as ourself.
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