On May 5, 2016, School Chaplain The Reverend Lorna Williams and Deacon Andrew Kellner–together with students, staff, and families–celebrated the baptism of three St. James students during 8AM mass at the Church of St. James the Less. Shanjae Fergerson, Makai Garnett, and H
Construction began for a new multi-purpose recreation area on St. James School’s campus. A fully paved open space, the recreation area will feature a full basketball court that can also be used for volleyball, tennis, jump rope, hopscotch, and other games. In the underresourced Allegh
May 03, 2016
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