Oktoberfest 2017 Invitation & Reservation Information
The PTA invites all parents of Saint James School to enjoy an authentic German dinner, local seasonal craft beer, & a fun evening at the Monmouth Boat Club on October 20th. Please click More to see the invitation for details and reserve your spot now, space is limited.
Diocese Prepares for November 4 Pilgrimage to 'Mary's House' in Washington
“United in Christ” will serve as the theme for the Diocese of Trenton’s biannual Marian Pilgrimage to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington,DC scheduled for November 4. All parishes in the Trenton Diocese have been invited to travel to the nation’s capital, where they will join in faith for a day of prayer and praise led by Bishop David M. O’Connell. The 2017 pilgrimage will mark the fourth pilgrimage Bishop O’Connell has led since he was named Bishop of Trenton in 2010.
Prayer and fellowship begins on the bus ride to Washington as pilgrims will be encouraged to pray Morning Prayer and recite decades of the Rosary. Buses are departing from sites across the Diocese; interested pilgrims should click MORE for information and updates.
Open house dates for Saint James School Prospective Families
At Saint James, we understand the significance of making the right choice for your child’s education. We invite you to discover the rewarding experience of a Catholic School education. Our educational mission encourages our students to develop a sense of their own personal worth, to establish morals and values, and to build character, while providing them with an anchor for their faith. Let us show you our beautiful school, outstanding staff, and happy children.
If you are interested in pursuing our exceptional program for your children, we invite you to attend an open house. Our personalized tours are provided by our student Royal Ambassadors.
You can call our school office @ 732 741-3363 to set up an appointment if these dates do not work for you.
Read, Rock & Roll - FREE Preschool Program for Prospective Families (pdf)
Saint James is hosting a fun filled free program called “Read, Rock, and Roll!” for parent/caregiver and for children ages 2 ½ - 5! This preschool program incorporates story time, a music session, and a gym class allowing your little one to experience the excitement of being in a friendly learning ‘school’ environment. Getting a head start on preschool education is key and will ensure your child’s readiness to enter a fall school program that will be easy, fun, and enjoyable. Read, Rock, & Roll! meets on Wednesdays beginning in October. Space is limited so please call 732 741-3363 ext. #2 to register. Click More for additional details and dates.
2017 Most Loved Private School
We are so excited to share the news that Saint James Elementary School has been named the Most Loved Private School by the Hulafrog: Red Bank, NJ audience!!! Thank you all for sharing the love, we are so excited and proud! #GoRoyals
Saint James Elementary School Receives $10,000 Grant from OceanFirst Foundation
Saint James School was proudly presented the 2016 Grant Recipient of OceanFirst Model Classroom. The school has been awarded $10,000 to create a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Lab classroom. The grant will be used to facilitate STEM curriculum and purchase furniture and equipment needed for the new STEM Lab. Saint James School recognizes the need to provide our students with a strong STEM skill set needed to succeed in future educational endeavors and careers. The creation of the STEM Lab will provide students with an environment where students can explore and discover new learnings through hands on experiences. The goal of the 2016 Model Classroom Grant Program is to support bold and innovative schools that have the vision, creativity and desire to develop model classrooms for learning. The grants support schools that are committed to creating and promoting a culture of academic excellence, improving and enhancing classroom instruction and want to embrace new technology, tools and training that adds value to the learning experience and helps improve student achievement.
The OceanFirst Foundation has a long history of supporting education and they have awarded $150,000 in grants to fifteen local schools, a total of 86 local schools applied. Saint James School was one of five elementary schools awarded $10,000 grant in the elementary school category. Saint James will use their grant to create a designated STEM Lab from an outdated school library, providing our middle school students the opportunity to become 21st century problem solvers, innovators, creators and collaborators.
“I am thankful to the OceanFirst Foundation, our teachers for their enthusiasm and progressive thinking with respect to instruction, our students for their desire to learn and challenge themselves, our parents for supporting the school’s efforts, and a special thank you to Mrs. Golden Vice-Principal for writing the grant proposal. The financial award will go a long way towards redesigning an outdated library into a fully equipped STEM Lab,” Saint James Principal Mrs. JoAnn Giordano explained.