On Friday, February 24, St. James School hosted its first Black History Month Wax Museum. To celebrate Black History Month, students brought noteworthy historical black figures to life by dressing in costume and giving biographical presentations. From an exuberant James Brown to a dig
On Wednesday, February 22, St. James School welcomed 31 professionals to its third annual Black History Month Career Day, a record number of participants. Black leaders from the fields of the arts, business, education and more shared their personal journeys and offered inspiration to
March 02, 2017
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