Our Holy Week journey began by celebrating Palm Sunday during our weekly Thursday Mass. The school community gathered at the schoolhouse and then processed with palms to the Church of St. James the Less. During the service, students and staff members participated in a reading of the P
On Wednesday, February 24, St. James School welcomed 13 professionals for the second annual Black History Month Career Day. Students had the opportunity to hear career and life advice and connect with black leaders from different industries, including medicine, business, the arts, law
March 02, 2016
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