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 ›

  • Saint James Honors Academic Success

    On Thursday, November 19th, Saint James School administration and high school came together to celebrate the incredible achievements of several high school students. The students honored in the Saint James Fall Recognition Assembly achieved extraordinary excellence on national tests and exams in the past year between November 2019 and the end of October 2020. From National Merit recognition to perfect scores on Advanced Placement exams and sections of the ACT tests, these students demonstrate what talent, effort, and perseverance can accomplish. In total 25 Saint James students were named AP Scholars for 2020.

  • Saint James Celebrates Homecoming 2020

    Saint James Senior Tamya Shanise Bruce, daughter of Ms. LaShonda Wilson and Mr. Rodney Hartley, was crowned Saint James School’s 2020 Homecoming Queen in halftime ceremonies during STJ’s October 8th match-up against the Dale County High School.

  • Paige Hemmer and Zach Ohliger Named National Merit Semifinalists

    The Saint James School is proud to announce that two of our seniors, Paige Hemmer and Zach Ohliger, have qualified as National Merit Semifinalists. We are so proud of their hard work and dedication which have earned them this national distinction. Only approximately 16,000 Semifinalists were chosen from more than 1.5 million high school juniors across the country, representing less than 1% of high school seniors. Congratulations to Paige and Zach and their families on this incredible accomplishment!

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  • Equality, Justice, and Peace

    As we reflect on the emotional toll of the last week on our nation and look ahead for opportunities to do good in the world, it is my prayer that the deep sadness consuming our country is eased through our actions. I hope you all join me in praying for peace for George Floyd’s family, peace for the countless lives lost to such senseless tragedies, and for justice to prevail.

  • Learning from the Examples of Great Americans

    Every February in the United States, we celebrate Black History Month. At Saint James, we keep our focus on the wisdom of Frederick Douglass and his commitment to building strong children.

  • A New Decade at Saint James: We Are Building Foundations for the Future!

    Happy new year and welcome back for the new semester! We are happy to see our students back on campus! As we begin a new decade at Saint James, I have been looking ahead to the future with great enthusiasm! Over the last few weeks, in my anticipation of the future, I have also had some moments for reflection and for looking back.

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