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  • Saint James Named an Apple Distinguished School

    Saint James School has been recognized by Apple as a distinguished school for innovation, leadership, and educational excellence. Read more →

  • 2014 Softball Schedule

    Click the above link to download the 2014 Softball Schedule PDF.

  • Saint James School is on Facebook

    Don't forget to check out STJ's Facebook page for timely news, pictures, and information about campus life and events! Click on the FB link on this page!

  • Visit the Wooden Horse!

    The Wooden Horse has the STJ "Little Trojan" football jerseys and cheer uniforms in all sizes. Lower elementary students are allowed to wear these items on home game "spirit days". The Wooden Horse (located in the 5th grade pod in Leu Elementary) for any wedding, baby, or birthday gifts you need, as well as the latest in STJ spirit attire. Monogramming is available on many items and gift-wrap is complimentary. And don't forget: monies spent at STJ's Wooden Horse Gift Shop directly benefit STJ!

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  • Smith Named AMEA President-Elect!

    Saint James School Band Director Susan L. Smith was recently elected Alabama Music Educators Association President-Elect. She will serve two years as President Elect and two years as President and two years as Past President. Smith has led the Saint James School band to national acclaim on multiple occasions through the Super Regional and National Bands of America competitions.

  • A Winning Season for STJ Debate!

    Ending a very successful regular season, Saint James School students received the top individual awards at the Alabama Forensics Educators State Tournament on April 3-5, held on the campus of Carver High School in Birmingham. The team captured Second Place, Overall, as well as State Champion in Individual Events, and Second Place Winner in Congressional Debate. Junior McLean Stewart was named Alabama Forensic Student of the Year, the award given for the tournament’s most outstanding competitor. Junior Hayden Cavanaugh received the Outstanding Competitor of the Year Award, reserved for the student earning the best scores in a total of three events. In addition, team sponsor Dr. Ian Turnipseed was elected the Alabama Forensic Educator Association President -- a position he will hold for the next two years.

  • Argo Named YMCA’s Big Buddy of the Year

    Saint James School’s Sadie Argo won the citywide YMCA Alisa Roberts Second Mile Award as the City of Montgomery’s Most Outstanding Big Buddy for her work with her “little buddy,” Da’Marcus Jackson.

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