Saint James
Saint James School
Montgomery, Alabama

Saint James is an independent, nonsectarian, college preparatory school with a student body broadly representative of college-bound students. We are committed to challenging and assisting students in realizing their individual potential and preparing them for lives of responsibility, service, and achievement. Learn More ›

  • Spanish 3 & 4 Students Interact Using Flipgrid

    STJ's Sra Rhea Grate created a collaborative program with UMS-Wright in Mobile for Spanish level 3 and 4 students to interact with parallel students while strengthening their Spanish speaking skills. The two groups met in person this spring and enjoyed an immersive day together, getting to know one another, and primarily speaking only in Spanish.

  • Sophomores Selected for UA Capstone Leadership Academy

    Bailey Anderson, Ryan Barranco, and Presley Miles were nominated by the Saint James high school faculty and selected by the University of Alabama Capstone Council to attend a leadership conference in Tuscaloosa, February 28-March 1, the Capstone Leadership Academy.

  • Math Students Earn Top Honors

    Saint James students competed on February 23rd in the Alabama Statewide Mathematics Contest and earned top honors as a team and as individual participants. Students also participated in the TEAMS competition: Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science on March 6th where they took third place in the state in the problem solving component!

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  • Strategic Plan Update One: March 2018

    Safety is in all things our highest priority and responsibility. For years, our school has maintained a focus on the safety of our students and everyone on our campus and within our school community. Our focus on safety remains today and will continue in the future. Our efforts to promote a healthy, safe, and supportive school environment that nurtures the developmental, learning, physical, personal, and emotional growth and well-being of our students are comprehensive and continually in progress—and are carried out with thoughtful research and reflection and with great care.

  • A Message from the Head of School - 2/2/18

    "The work we do together as educators and parents to develop children and to do what is best for children is challenging and complex, and there is arguably no more consequential work in life than the work of developing and educating children."

  • A Message from the Head of School – 12/1/17

    I hope you and your family had a wonderful Thanksgiving! I had the best Thanksgiving of my life as Josie, Wilder, and I welcomed a baby girl into our family! Our daughter, Daisy, was born last Monday, and Daisy and Josie came home from the hospital on Thanksgiving! Our hearts are filled with gratitude and overflowing with joy and love!

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