The historic Church of St. James the Less (est. 1846) is a designated National Historic Landmark, a distinction marking it as a property of significance for all Americans. Both Partners for Sacred Places and the National Park Service combined curriculums to begin an architecture enric
2017 Dr. Audrey Evans Scholarship Benefit OUR STUDENTS. OUR FUTURE. On Tuesday, May 16, 2017, St. James School transported The Union League of Philadelphia into the future with the 3rd annual Dr. Audrey Evans Scholarship Benefit. This event was themed Our Students. Our Future.
St. James School’s New Recreation Area Officially Recognized “Play is the work of childhood.”—Jean Piaget, psychologist (1896–1980) All children need a safe place to play. And while St. James School is blessed to have a pastoral campus–with stately trees, ornamental shrubs
May 12, 2017
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St. James School is a faith-based Philadelphia middle school in the Episcopal tradition, committed to educating traditionally underresourced students in a nurturing environment. The school is a community that provides a challenging academic program and encourages the development of the moral, spiritual, intellectual, physical and creative gifts in its students.
We seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving our neighbor as ourself.
St. James School admits students of any race, color, religion, nationality, gender, and ethnic origin to all privileges, programs and activities at the school. St. James School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, gender, or ethnic origin in the administration of its policies. Please read our commitment to anti-racism education
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