St. James School hosted twelve NativityMiguel Schools for their annual Principal’s meeting. At the beginning of the meeting, the Network’s Executive Director, Mary Claire Ryan, gave a reflection about the current and future initiatives of the Network and recognized the successful completion of St. James School’s feasibility study. She also announced that the Network’s Board of Trustees unanimously voted in favor of welcoming St. James School as their newest NativityMiguel School.
The NativityMiguel Network of Schools was established in July, 2006, to guide and strengthen the development of a growing network of schools across the country that are designed to provide families struggling in impoverished neighborhoods with a high quality education. Today, the Network serves 60 middle schools in 27 states, 5,000 students each year, and a growing number of graduates that already surpasses 5,000.