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 ›

  • Homecoming 2019

    Saint James School celebrated Homecoming on Friday, October 18, 2019. Senior Sarah Rice was crowned Homecoming Queen by Head of School, Dr. Larry McLemore, during halftime Friday evening when the Trojans took on the PCA Panthers.

  • Trevor Otis Named National Merit Semifinalist

    Saint James Senior Trevor Otis has been named a 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalist. He will work to fulfill requirements in the next few months advancing him to a Finalist this spring and compete for a prestigious National Merit Scholarship.

  • Marching Trojans On the Move this Summer

    Three Marching Trojans and the school's band director participated in an international music competition program this summer representing STJ in the Southwind Drum & Bugle Corps. They traveled the country competing against other drum corps from June through August with the final competition in Indianapolis in early August.

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  • We never lose. We either win or learn!

    We have been focusing on how much our language matters! I have been energized as I have seen the power of our words and actions throughout our campus. Thank you to Felicia Arnold, Zach Beard, and Jenni Wingard--and to everyone on our faculty and staff--for building up our students through your leadership in your words and in your actions!

  • 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."

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