Saint James School
A P U B L I C AT I O N F O R S T U D E N T S , A L U M N I , A N D F R I E N D S
EDUCATING THE WHOLE CHILD STJ TROJANS FOR LIFE
The Saint James School faculty believes that a solid education is the most powerful thing someone can possess. A strong educational foundation from Pre-Kindergarten through 12th Grade empowers children to do extraordinary things with their lives. We work diligently to help our students build a
actions impact others. As they develop an ethic
strong and sure educational foundation so that
of responsibility, our students learn to use their
when they go to college they are ready to be
knowledge and talents to solve problems. Saint
leaders in whatever they choose to do. Our
James students learn to serve others and to
graduates often return to visit their alma mater
come together to do something that contributes
and report to us that they are grateful for Saint
to the greater good of our school and community.
James and how we have prepared them to excel
As they develop the virtue of service, our students
in their chosen fields of study and careers.
form the character traits of compassion, empathy,
In their years at Saint James our students receive
and moral courage. In striving for achievement,
challenging academic preparation and hone their skills and abilities through an array of extracurricular programs and other activities. Dr. Larry McLemore Head of School
Saint James students learn how to take on challenges, how to grow from setbacks, and how their decisions and habits shape their characterâ€” all from caring and supportive faculty mentors who are dedicated to making a transformational impact in the lives of their students. In all that we do Saint James School aspires to develop the virtues of responsibility, service, and achievement within our students. As we look forward, the central focus guiding the Saint James faculty and staff is how we can best continue to develop young people for lives of responsibility, service, and achievement while preparing our students to make the most of the challenges and opportunities of the future. The lessons of responsibility, service, and achievement that students learn at Saint James are a guide to them as they progress in their education and as they go on to college and beyond. In developing their sense of responsibility, Saint James students learn to be conscientious and to think about how their decisions and
Saint James students learn that simply reaching a personal goal is not the ultimate measure of achievement. Our students develop an understanding that achievement is a growth process: working toward goals and learning lessons about themselves and others as they labor to do something meaningful. Our students learn that an achievement is meaningful only if it is work that will make a positive and lasting difference in the lives of others. Saint James School endeavors to teach our students that there is a larger world beyond our classrooms and our school community. As our students become people who live out the virtues of responsibility, service, and achievement, they create their own sense of purpose to do something with their lives that will leave a lasting legacy for good. It takes a special community, an extended familyâ€”the Saint James Familyâ€”to build up children who will go forth from our school and create a better future. As we mentor and encourage our students we are filled with both optimism and gratitude for the wonderful things our students are doing today as well as for the hope of tomorrow that we see in our students.
On the Cover Senior Walk is a memorable tradition that marks the beginning of the senior farewell ceremonies.
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FINDING YOUR VOICE
RANKED THIRD IN THE NATION
A SHINING STAR
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A family of Trojans! Alum Erin Capilouto Sommer ’97 and Bob Sommer’s children, Eli (’26), Gracie (’24), and Charlie (’33), also known as Mrs. Capilouto’s (Pre-K4 teacher) grandchildren.
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Saint James is an independent, nonsectarian, college preparatory school with a student body broadly representative of collegebound students. We are committed to challenging and assisting students in realizing their individual potential and preparing them for lives of responsibility, service, and achievement.
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 2016!
Looking Ahead includes Reflecting on the Past While marking the milestone 60th anniversary
of Saint James School, we
celebrate the extraordinary accomplishments and bright futures of our 2016 graduates. Each of these outstanding students worked tirelessly to achieve this moment and are now set to become the
next generation of engineers, doctors, lawyers, teachers, physicists, artists, athletes, and so much more! We wish them all the best on their journey ahead and we look forward to welcoming them back as alumni, back to the halls filled with those who taught them what it truly means when we say,
We Are Saint James School.
Saint James School FOR PRE-K3 THROUGH 12TH GRADE ADMISSIONS
Leading the Way Since 1955 S T J w e b . o r g English as a second language (ESL) tutoring provided. Saint James School admits students of any religion, race, color, gender, creed, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.
Recognized by Apple as a distinguished school for innovation, leadership, and educational excellence.
DUCATING THE WHOLE CHILD From rigorous academics to championship play, each student at Saint James discovers his or her own gifts as they advance through the school’s college preparatory curriculum and array of enrichment and elective opportunities.
What Would You Elect to Do? Throughout elementary school, Saint James students
and expand the students’ mastery of the elective while encouraging
participate in enrichment classes each day. They are
them to continue to explore what interests them.
exposed to the arts—including fine and performing arts
In high school, Saint James students are guided to follow a
and music appreciation; they work in the science lab and hone their skills in the technology lab; they are introduced to Spanish; they develop their cognitive and motor skills through NeuroNet; and they build on their curiosity through their work in the Imagination Station, their handson design lab.
path that not only interests them, but also challenges them intellectually and creatively. From Robotics and Engineering to Music Technology, each elective course provides real-world experience—using real-world tools and resources, and working with industry professionals, while developing valuable
As the students transition to middle school, they are able
skills for the future. These alliances with
to select their elective courses. They may choose to pursue
local and regional colleges, universities,
a creative path in art, chorus, band, or drama—or, they may
and professionals have placed
elect to participate in Knowledge Quest, Invention Convention,
the Saint James electives in a
or Speech and Debate. Each elective is designed to peak
league of their own.
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Building a Legacy of Innovation Long before STEM became a popular acronym for emphasizing the importance of studying science, technology, engineering, and math, the college preparatory programs at Saint James School provided opportunities for students to excel in these areas through classroom and laboratory experiences and cocurricular offerings. In this role as the leader in education in Central Alabama, Saint James was the first independent school to have a competitive robotics team in the area and participate in VEX and B.E.S.T. (Boosting Engineering, Science, and Technology) Robotics competitions. Over the past five years, the STJ Robotics Team has earned numerous statewide awards including Mrs. Eichelberg, the team instructor, receiving the B.E.S.T. Teacher Leadership Award.
Participating in robotics competitions inspires students to pursue careers in STEM fields.
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Designed to Leave an Impression Nurturing and developing student talent is what sets Saint James apart from other schools in the area. The foundation of a comprehensive arts enrichment curriculum begins in elementary school and continues in middle school where art and photography interests are fostered. Students in //// VI SUAL STORYT E L L I N G /////////////////////////
Gen Z: Images Tell the Story Look around, what are the people around you doing? Most likely they are looking at images on their phone or tablet via social media, web browser, or text. The days of texting LOL are gone—replies or posts are a smiley face emoji. But, this shorthand for speaking has actually opened the door for great opportunity. Students today think in images. They have an entire conversation via photos and icons. So, why not harness that creativity and put it to a more…practical use? Students in the Visual Storytelling elective at Saint
high school are guided through art appreciation; they learn to shape their own unique talents of fine artistry, develop graphic design proficiencies, and express their own photographic style. Saint James teachers, Mr. Gunter and Mrs. Shoults, are highly respected art instructors throughout the state of Alabama. They mold and shape the talent of so many Saint James students and their work is consistently recognized on a regional and national stage. The art and photography students are introduced to numerous resources, industry professionals, as well as trade software and other tools that create real-world opportunities for Saint James School graduates.
James view and discuss short films and how the editors fuse words and images together via film making technology. The students use skills in developing their projects that
VENICE by Emily Kent ’17
engage conceptual development, script writing, storyboard design, video filming, and editing—all culminating in a visual presentation of their assignment. This collaborative brainstorming, problem-solving, and project-based work is not the future—it is today. It is now. Step through a gallery of a few projects Mr. Clinton and his students have developed in the Saint James elective, Visual Storytelling. youtube.com/user/VisualStorySTJ
PERIPHERAL VISION by Taylor Meadows ’16
PLEASE SEE PAGE 15,
Trojan Tally, for a comprehensive list of accolades, awards, and other recognition Saint James students received throughout the year.
Third Grade Printmaking
INDING YOUR VOICE So, your child comes home and tells you they want to be a part of Saint James School Forensics–widely recognized now as Speech and Debate. Do not worry! You are not the only parent who A Skill That Lasts a Lifetime was a bit bewildered at this prospect. Your head is swimming as your child is chattering about “Original Oratory, Dramatic Interpretation, Public Forum Debate, Extemporaneous Speaking, Policy, Congress–Oh, the possibilities are endless!” they tell you, proudly. And, you know what? They are so right!
As a team, the STJ Speech and Debate Team won the Individual Events Sweepstakes and Overall Sweepstakes at the Hoover High School Speech and Debate Tournament in November 2015.
Saint James Speech and Debate Coach, Dr. Ian Turnipseed, and his team travel across the nation making their mark in
NATIONAL CHAMPION Bradley Wascher ’16 earned first place in Extemporaneous Commentary at the National Speech and Debate Tournament in Salt Lake City in June 2016. STJ had several students competing at Nationals including Salena Bulls who earned a Semifinalist title in Impromptu Speaking. In the spring of 2016, at the Tournament of Champions, Bradley was ranked 9th in the nation in Extemporaneous Speaking, and in a separate tournament, the Extemporaneous Speaking Tournament of Champions, Bradley placed 2nd in the nation in Impromptu Speaking and 5th in Extemporaneous Speaking.
the Speech and Debate ranks. They have built a program that produces the best-of-the-best and they have achieved enormous success! Through their efforts, the students have been afforded the opportunity to speak on issues they are passionate about, debate both sides of an issue, and even bring to life published works that touch their souls. Speech and Debate truly is a very structured forum for high school students to express themselves and learn to appropriately use their voice to make a difference in the world. It is inspiring to watch these students navigate their way through a rigorous high school curriculum while spending countless hours in research and preparation in order to compete almost every weekend. In the past four years, seven graduates from Saint James School have attended universities with Speech and Debate scholarships where they continue to refine their communication skills, a skill that will last them a lifetime.
Dr. Ian Turnipseed and the 2015-2016 Saint James School Speech and Debate Team at their end-of-the-year banquet.
Saint James students swept top honors at the Vestavia Hills High School ‘Over the Mountain Classic’ Speech and Debate Tournament in February 2016. As a team, Saint James was awarded First Place Overall at the tournament.
“Oh, the possibilities are endless!”
ANKED THIRD IN THE NATION, CLASS A MARCHING BAND “Definitely a Fan-Favorite Show This Weekend!” –Seth Bradtmueller, Live Blogger, Bands of America Grand National Competition, November 2015
From the football field on Friday nights to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, the Saint James Marching Trojans have blazed a trail—unlike any other school band their size. Under the direction of Susan Smith, the Saint James Band combines the talents of high school and middle school students and sets the bar for Class A Bands in the region, and in the nation. During late summer and into the fall, you
band mode, honing their skills to perform
will see the Marching Trojans rehearsing
for local audiences, auditioning for district
their show until the sun begins to set on
and state honor bands, and playing for
their practice field. Drills, sectionals, and
various school functions including Christmas
ensemble run-throughs—they fine-tune
Convocation, Kindergarten Open House,
every step, every colorguard toss, and
every note...to perfection. When the weekend rolls around, they play at school pep rallies, perform during half-time at home and away football games, and then travel to local, regional, super regional, and national competitions throughout the fall.
Concurrent to concert band season, many of the band members are involved in Winterguard and Drumline competitions. They travel several times during the season to contests around the southeast and leave their mark as skilled performers
When marching season comes to a close,
who are recognized for their memorable
the students move right into concert
talent and unique shows.
Right before competitions and performances, Mrs. Smith preps her students with energy, emotion, and inspiration… “All the trophies and accolades aside, go out there, play your best, and get the audience on their feet. Not for an ovation, but because you moved them, because your performance made an impression on them— because your work touched them. If we can achieve that, we have earned the highest commendation possible.”
“The crowd is going nuts!!!” –Matt Bonfield, Live Blogger, Bands of America Grand National Competition, November 2015
Jack Boucard ’18 and Faulkner Cunningham ’18 performing in Semifinal Competition at Bands of America Grand National Competition, Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana. The Saint James Marching Trojans performing at the Jacksonville State University BOA competition, Fall 2015.
Alexandria Seirafi ’17 and Ben Peterson ’20 are among the Advanced Band students who performed at High School Graduation 2016 and other school events throughout the academic year. Stefan Pruitt-Darby ’16 exchanged his trumpet midshow to play in the drumline during every competition this season.
Mallie Taylor ’19 is an accomplished musician and respected leader in the Saint James Band. Rebecca Copeland ’20 danced and played flute during this season’s show ballad.
SHINING STAR “…We are committed to challenging and assisting students in
realizing their individual potential and preparing them for lives of responsibility, service, and achievement.” – Saint James School Mission Statement
4th Grade, Stars Fell on Alabama
It has been said many times at Back to School Night and other school gatherings, “Every child has gifts and talents, they just open those gifts at different times.” Saint James School is filled with faculty and staff who assist children in discovering their talents and teach them to share their talents with the world. Beginning in pre-school, Saint James students are engaged in stage productions that allow a budding star to take the limelight and also allows a more reserved participant to join the ensemble. The teachers, instructors, and theater director know just how to find that unique spark that is waiting to shine within each child. And that spark appears in many forms—from fine art to music composition, from creative writing to stage performing, from behind the camera directing to sound engineering, the net is cast wide and there is a special spotlight for every child at Saint James School. 2nd Grade, Goin’ Buggy
Pre-K4, Kalendar Kidz
3rd Grade, Letâ€™s Hear it for America
1st Grade, A Barnyard Moosical Pre-K3, Nursery Rhymes
Kindergarten, The Littlest Christmas Tree 5th Grade, American Voices
It’s not how much we give, but how much Athletics
Sunset on the Quad Band
Annual Fund Donations Designated Funds Fall Festival Performing Arts
New Band Uniforms Boy's Basketball
Speech & Debate
Elementary School Library
Endowment Girl's Basketball Honorariums Choral Dept Technology Soccer
we put into giving.
Passion for the Saint James School mission starts from the inside, with 100% of faculty and board members giving to GCE (Giving for Continued Excellence) for the 8th consecutive year. To faculty, parents, grandparents, alumni, and friends… Thank You! Each and every gift matters. Your dollars are molding tomorrow’s leaders. Each year, supportive individuals, foundations, and corporations also make very generous gifts that support the outstanding programs at Saint James their
opportunities interwoven into a stellar college preparatory curriculum, at low tuition costs. Thanks in part to these gifts to GCE, Saint James is the only school in the area to offer programs such as:
Full Day and Half Day Pre-K3 and Pre-K4 Classes Middle School Career Week ESL Class, with detailed plan and curriculum Teacher-Directed World Language Rosetta Stone Classes Fourteen Pre-College Major Electives including a Robotics Class & Competing Team Wrestling Team/Equestrian Team/PeeWee and Termite Football & Cheerleading Programs
Giving for Continued Excellence Dear STJ Family and Friends, As a student of Saint James School, I think I always
Each day, Saint James faculty and staff pledge to
knew that I was fortunate. But, in truth, it was passing
work diligently for the education of all, because we
time that highlighted the gift my parents had given
believe in the power of a STJ experience. We love our
me. I had been gifted a stellar and rigorous education
campus, history, passionate teachers, and remarkable
that nurtured and molded me into the adult I am
students. We cherish our traditions while still plowing
today. The foundation of a comprehensive education
wrought upon a mixture of time-tested principles and
methods. We recognize and truly treasure what it
innovative thought, provided an invaluable experience:
means to be a Trojan. We love Saint James School,
a first-class education that would prepare me for all
and it is evident by the remarkable impact made on
that came next in life.
the education of our youth.
But, there was one thing I never truly understood—
This year, I will proudly join the ranks as a Saint
the countless people to which I owed my thanks. It
James parent. Through my daughter’s eyes, I will
took many more than my parents. It took the entire
witness the kindness and vigor of every teacher, the
Saint James community. Truly, it takes a village to
smile and determination of every student, and further
raise a child.
come to fully understand the value of each school
“Committed to challenging and assisting students in
volunteer and financial gift.
realizing their individual potential and preparing them
Thank you to all who have and continue to give time,
for lives of responsibility, service, and achievement,”
talents, and monetary gifts to Saint James. The 2015-
Saint James works diligently to fully develop each
2016 school year was marked by great celebration,
child’s individual potential. It requires passionate,
pride in community, and pronounced generosity. And,
it was my privilege to stand beside you during my
administration; and countless, invaluable donors who
first year as the Director of Advancement. Together
believe in the significance of our mission.
we are making a difference, and I look forward with
great hope to the future!
Elizabeth Thompson Hawke, Class of 2002 Director of Advancement
Saint James School
ONTRIBUTORS J U LY 1 , 2 0 1 5 – J U N E 3 0 , 2 0 1 6
Giving for Continued Excellence (GCE) Thank you to the following parents, grandparents, friends, businesses, and organizations for their support of the 2015-2016 Annual Fund Drive and Endowment Fund. This list reflects gifts received from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. “MGC” denotes companies that have contributed matching gifts and “MG” represents those individuals responsible for bringing these gifts to the school. “HS” denotes grandparents who have earned recognition in the Heritage Society by contributing $500 or more since the beginning of the fiscal year on July 1, 2015.
Headmaster’s Circle ($50,000+)
Anonymous Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham
Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Turner (HS)
BLUEandGOLD ($5,000+) Gulf State Distributors, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Reza Seirafi Mr. and Mrs. Trip Walton Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Warner
Trojan Alabama Artificial Limb & Orthopedic Service Anonymous (2) Mr. and Mrs. Dale Alexander Ms. Lori Baker Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barna Mr. and Mrs. Ty Beasley Mr. and Mrs. Michael Beck Big Cedar Education Foundation Dr. Lamenda Blakeney Capitol Container Corporation Mr. Henry D. Cobb Dr. and Mrs. Bob Coggin (HS) Mr. and Mrs. Lee Coon Mr. Loyd Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Donald Deemer Dr. and Dr. Tim Doles
Dr. and Mrs. Bob Engles
Dr. and Mrs. Larry McLemore
Lt. Col and Mrs. Glenn Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Galassini (HS)
Mr. Andrew and Dr. Melissa McNally
The Pantry, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Tull Gearreald (HS)
Mr. and Mrs. Randy McNeill
The Wright Bargain
Dr. and Mrs. Rick Graves
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Miles
Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, III
Mr. and Mrs. Shirald Hendrix (HS)
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moody
Turner & Eaves Insurance Agency
Dr. and Mrs. George Hipp
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Associates
Dr. and Mrs. Jeff Underwood
Mr. Jeff Holloway Dr. and Mrs. Tim Holt Mr. and Mrs. Ragan Ingram Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kennedy (HS) Mr. and Mrs. George Kent Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kermish (HS) Mr. and Mrs. Jon Killough Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Loeb
Mr. Arthur Ray and Judge Kelli Wise Regions Financial Corporation (MGC) Dr. and Mrs. Bill Richardson ServisFirst Bank Mr. and Mrs. Landis Sexton Mr. and Mrs. Kwangjin Shin Judge and Mrs. Burt Smithart
Mr. and Mrs. Navan Ward, Jr. Wells Fargo Foundation (MGC) Mr. John and Dr. Lisa Williams Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodson Mr. and Mrs. Brandt Wright Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wright (HS) Mr. and Mrs. Scott Wright
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Stallings
Mr. and Mrs. Gip Meadows
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Adams
Mr. Wayne and Col. Judy Dailey (HS)
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Maddox
Mr. and Mrs. Wells Robinson
Mrs. Lori Akers (HS)
David and Leslie Marcus Foundation
Dr. and Mrs. David Marcus
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Rodgers
Alabama Steel Supply
Dempsey & Russell
Ms. Karen Materna
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Schilling
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Duncan, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mathews
Sexton Tire Pros
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Atkins, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Edwards (HS)
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGilberry (HS)
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Sharpe (HS)
Auburn University Greek Life Organizations
Mrs. Margaret Fitzpatrick (HS)
Mr. and Mrs. Larry McLemore
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Shiffer
Col. and Mrs. Kevin Foley
Mr. and Mrs. James McLendon
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Skoneki (HS)
Mr. Arthur and Dr. Margaret Frawley
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Skoneki
Mrs. Barbara Freedman
Mrs. Linda Morgan (HS)
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fritz
Morgan Stanley Matching Gifts Program (MGC)
Southern School Uniforms
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bailey Bond, Botes, Shinn & Donaldson, PC Mr. and Mrs. Robby Brantley Mr. and Mrs. Tom Broughton Mr. and Mrs. Ken Buce Mr. and Mrs. Winton Bush (HS) Capell & Howard Mr. and Mrs. Larry Capilouto (HS) Capitol Chevrolet, Inc. Capitol Hyundai Carr, Riggs & Ingram Mrs. Pat Cherry
Mr. and Mrs. William Furr Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gallops Dr. and Mrs. John Geis Mr. and Mrs. Chris Goff Mr. and Mrs. Andy Grigsby Mr. and Mrs. Steve Griswold Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hagen Mrs. Janice Henderson (HS)
Mr. and Mrs. David Morris (HS) Mr. and Mrs. Lou Mullikin Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Oakley Col. and Mrs. Charlie Ohliger Dr. and Mrs. Bryan Oliver Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parish Mr. and Mrs. Joel Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Prickett
Chevron Corporation (MGC)
Hill, Hill, Carter, Franco, Cole and Black, PC
Dr. and Mrs. Juan Chung
Mr. and Mrs. David Hughes
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Rains
Colonial Insurance Agency
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Irving (HS)
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Colson
Mr. and Mrs. Minchan Kang
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Rice
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crumpton
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kreischer
Mrs. Joyce M. Rice (HS)
Dr. and Mrs. Shane Cunningham
LPL Financial (MGC)
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Richardson (HS)
Mrs. Christy Pruitt-Haynes
Stallings & Sons, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Drew Stanton Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stults (HS) Mr. and Mrs. Rudon Taylor (HS) Mr. Tim Taylor Mr. Robert and Dr. Nichole Thompson Mrs. Bea Walton (HS) Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Webb Mr. Mikal Webb Ms. Tatyana Webb Dr. and Mrs. Tom Whisenhunt Drs. Penn and Lori White
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Adair
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Dubina, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Kelly
Ms. Judy B. Pate
A&G Appliance Recovery
Mr. and Mrs. John Dugan
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kennedy
Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Allen
Dunn & Schreiber Orthodontics
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kim
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Phillips
Mr. Ahmed K. Alshabibi
Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Dunson
Mr. and Mrs. Tae Ho Kim
Mr. Neal Posey, Jr.
Mr. William T. Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edmondson
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Knight
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Prim
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Knox
Dr. and Mrs. Jim Rabon
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Armagost
Drs. Robert and Phyllis Engles
Drs. Alex and Susan Kreher
Mr. Steve Rader
Mr. and Mrs. Rick Arnold
Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Essig
Mr. Jerald Labovitz
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Raines
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Ashner
Mr. and Mrs. Tod Etheredge
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lamon
Mr. and Mrs. Todd Rampy
Mr. and Mrs. Zack M. Azar
Ms. Paula Evans
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lane
Mr. and Mrs. Radney Ramsey
Mr. and Mrs. Joey Barton
Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Everett
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Davis Rees, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Barton
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fain
Mr. and Mrs. Jinsoon Lim
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Register
Mr. and Mrs. Zach Beard
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Faulkner
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Limbers
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reifenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bernardi
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Festoso
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Livings
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Richardson
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Blancett
Drs. Nathan and Jessaka Fife
Mr. David Long
Ms. Renee Richardson
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Blankenship
First Tennessee Foundation (MGC)
Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Love
Mr. and Mrs. Will Roark
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Bleiberg
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Fitzpatrick
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lucky
Drs. Michael and Heidi Rosenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Partick Bond
Ms. Darby Forrester
Mr. and Mrs. David Maddox
Mr. and Mrs. David Rudd
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Braswell
Mr. Ben and Dr. Michelle Freeman
Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Madore
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sadie
Mr. and Mrs. James Braye
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gary, III
Ms. Claudia Mann
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Samotowka
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brow
Ms. Rosanna Gensini
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Marshall
Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Saucer
Mr. and Mrs. Jim W. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gilliland
Mr. and Mrs. James Martin, Jr.
Mr. Bob Scarth
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Browning
Ms. Debbie Gipson
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mascolo
Mr. and Mrs. Carson Schilling
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Buckner
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Glaze
Mr. and Mrs. Tripp Mauldin
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Scott, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. Harrell Bullard
Mr. Philip and Dr. Michelle Goodwyn
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Dexter McCain
Mrs. Martha Scott
Ms. Elizabeth Burt
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Griggs
Mr. and Mrs. Willard McIlwain
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Sharp
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cantrell
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Groce
Mr. and Mrs. Innes McIntyre, IV
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shepard
Mr. and Mrs. Nigel Card
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Gunn
Mr. and Mrs. Michael McLendon
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Sherlin
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Carr
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Gunter
Rev. and Mrs. Tim Meadows
Dr. and Mrs. Sheridan Shirley
Mr. and Mrs. Rod Cater
Ms. Betty Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Todd Meadows
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Shores
Ms. Martha Cavanaugh
Mr. Nelson Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shoults
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chinoski
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Hardaway
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Rod Simmons
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Christie
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Harris
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LEADERSHIP Leading the Way since 1955 2016 Youth Volunteer of the Year, HandsOn River Region Auburn University Summer Science Institute Participant One of only fourteen recipients selected Bridge Builders 13 Members Easter Seals Central Alabama Volunteer of the Year Exchange Club of Montgomery National Youth of the Year Both Montgomery recipients from Saint James School Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Award Two Recipients University of Alabama Honors College Capstone Leadership Academy Two Recipients YMCA IPRYL Big Buddy of the Year YMCA Youth Judicial, Major League Number Two Prosecution Team in the State
If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away.
—Henry David Thoreau
YMCA Youth Legislature 2016 First Year Presiding Officer, Delegate to Conference on National Affairs, and 2017 Senate Pro Temp Elect; 2016 Assistant Secretary of State and 2017 Secretary of State Elect; Director of Transportation; 2017 First Year Presiding Officer Elect; Editor-in-Chief of Conference Publication; 9 House Representatives, and 5 Lobbyists
ACADEMICS $4.5 million in merit-based college scholarships awarded to the 61-member senior class in addition to one Commended National Merit winner and 16 Advanced Placement Scholars
Saint James students consistently score above the national average on college admissions tests. Recent results include a Saint James student with a perfect score in both the mathematics and writing subtests of the SAT and a student with a perfect score in the mathematics subtest of the ACT.
TEAMS State Competition (Tests of Engineering Aptitude Mathematics and Science) 1st Placeâ€”9th & 10th Grade Team (National Competition Qualifier) 1st Placeâ€”11th & 12th Grade Team (National Competition Qualifier) Purple Comet Mathematics Competition 1st Place in State Small School Division 2nd Place Overall in State Personal Finance Challenge STJ Team of 4 High School Students Ranked in the Top 7% in State Competition Middle School Science Olympiad State Champions Green Generation
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VEX Robotics 1st Place, Enterprise VEX Robotics State Qualifier
Tournament of Champions Forensics Semifinalist District Speech & Debate Champions First Place, Individual Events Team 8 Qualifiers for National Tournament State Speech & Debate Tournament 3 Individual State Champions //// MATH E M AT I C S & SC I EN C E //////////////////////// Auburn Mathematical Puzzle Challenge 1st Place Team (4th Consecutive Year) Alabama Statewide Mathematics Competition 1st Place Team, Comprehensive Written Contest, District VI 2nd Place Team, Comprehensive Written Contest, State 2nd Highest Individual Score in the State (Division 2 Schools) 2nd Place Team, Geometry Written Contest, District VI 5th Place Team, Geometry Written Contest, State 2nd Place Team, Ciphering Competition, State
War Eagle BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science, and Technology) Robotics 1st Place, SolidWorks CAD Design Award 2nd Place, Marketing Presentation 3rd Place, BEST Award (3rd Place Overall) //// WOR LD LA N GUAGE S ///////////////////////////// National Spanish Exam Four Bronze Medal Winners Two Honorable Mention Recipients National French Contest, Le Grand Concours Gold Medal Winner, Native-Speaker Category Silver Medal Winner Two Bronze Medal Winners Two Honorable Mention Recipients
Davis Daniel â€™16, recognized as one of the top high school pitchers in the nation, was offered a scholarship to play baseball at Auburn University. Davis tied the all-time Saint James School Strikeout Record held by Taylor Thompson with 137 strikeouts in a season.
ATHLETICS 75% of students in grades 7-12 participated in interscholastic teams in 2015-2016 //// VAR SI TY BASE BA L L ///////////////////////////////// Class 4A Area 4 Champions Capital City Conference Champions AHSAA Class 4A State Tournament Quarterfinalist FCA Jason Armstrong Tournament Red Division Champions 2016 Montgomery Advertiser Class 1A-4A All-Metro Team Player of the Year, Coach of the Year, 5 Players, & 1 Honorable Mention //// BASKE TBAL L ///////////////////////////////////////// Class 1A-4A All-Metro Boys Player of the Year All State Second Team, Boys, 1 Player All Regional Tournament Team, Boys, 2 Players Area 4 Tournament Team, Boys, 2 Players 4A Area 4 Champions, Regular Season, Varsity Girls 1A-4A All-Metro Second Team, 1 Member, Varsity Girls 1A-4A All-Metro Honorable Mention, 1 Player, Varsity Girls
In its first season ever, the PeeWee Girls Basketball program had 21 girls participate in grades 3-6. The 7-week season began in mid-September and ended early November. The league is expanding in 2016 to include 2nd grade girls.
Capital City Conference Champions Junior Varsity Girls Middle School Girls //// C R OSS COU NT RY //////////////////////////////////// Montgomery Advertiser All-Metro Team, 2 Members Cross Country State Competition, 13 Qualifiers //// TR AC K & FI E L D ////////////////////////////////////// 2016 All Metro Girls Track and Field Team, 1 Member continued on next page >
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ARTS 100% of students in grades 9-12 participate in a visual or performing arts program at STJ
State Playoffs, Varsity
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All State Team, 1 Player
Alabama Arts Council District II Competition 1st Place, 3-D
All Metro Team, 4 Players //// TE NNI S //////////////////////////////////////// State Runner Up, Girls #2 Doubles State Champions, Girls #1 Doubles State Runner Up, Girls #5 and #6 Singles State Runners Up, Girls 3 Sectional Singles Champions, Girls Sectional #3 Doubles Champions, Girls //// VOL L E Y BA L L ///////////////////////////////// Class 4A State Runner-Up, Varsity South Super Regional Champions, Varsity Class 4A, Area 4 Champions, Varsity 4A All State Tournament Team, 2 Members AHSAA All-Metro First Team, 2 Members AHSAA All-Metro Honorable Mention, 3 Members AHSAA All-Metro Coach of the Year //// SOCC E R /////////////////////////////////////// 2016 All Metro Girls Soccer Team 1 Member & 3 Honorable Mentions
MJ Melendez ’17 was selected to play in the Under Armour All-American game at Wrigley Field in Chicago. The game was broadcast July 2016.
Alabama National Fair High School Art Show 1st Place, Watercolor 1st Place, Printmaking 1st Place, Sculpture, High School 1st Place, Sculpture, Junior High School Alabama National Fair Photography Show Best Of Show and Four 1st Place Winners Alabama Statewide Student Juried Art Exhibition at UAB Best Of, Painting “Doing Our Own Thing” High School Art Show 1st Place, Digital Art 1st Place, Mixed Media 1st Place, Printmaking 1st Place, Sculpture Double Exposure, Tuscaloosa Best Of Show Award of Excellence Photography/Graphic Design Scholastic Art and Writing 3 Gold Keys Scholastic Southeast Regional Art Awards 2 Gold Keys
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2015 All-District Band 9 Members (4 High School & 5 Middle School) Alabama Bandmasters Music Performance Assessment Overall Superior Rating Alabama Bandmasters District 6 Solo and Ensemble 40 Solo Superior Ratings Mill Creek High School Indoor Winter Guard SAPA Contest 1st Place Class AAA SAPA Indoor Percussion Flowery Branch High School Contest 1st Place Percussion, Novice SAPA Indoor Percussion Championships 1st Place Percussion, Novice //// CHOR A L /////////////////////////////////////////////// All State Choir, 2 Members High School SATB (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass) Choir, 2 Members Alabama All State Choral Festival, 2 Members Alabama Choral Assessment High School and Middle School, Scores of Excellence and Superior
Jacksonville State University Bands of America Regional Competition 1st Place, Class A Outstanding Music, General Effect, and Marching
District Trumbauer Theater Competition, 3 Superior Scores
McEachern High School Marching Invitational Silver Division Winner 1st Place, Class A, AA, and AAA
State Trumbauer Theater Competition 3 Competitors One 3rd Place Winner, Dramatic Male Solo Varsity
Spain Park Contest 1st Place Class A, AA, and AAA Band 1st Place Class A Colorguard, Percussion, and Drum Majors 2015 All-State Band 1 Member, 3rd Chair, White All State Band
Due to space constraints, not all competitions and results are listed.
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feature ASICS OF STEM and STEAM AT SAINT JAMES SCHOOL Long before STEM became a popular acronym for emphasizing the importance of studying science, technology, engineering, and math, the
By Mrs. Susan Atkins, Saint James School Academic Dean
college preparatory programs at Saint James School provided opportunities for students to excel in these areas through classroom and laboratory experiences and co-curricular offerings. Prior to the more recent movement to include the â€œartsâ€? into the paradigm, resulting in STEAM, Saint James School understood the merits of an arts education and teachers integrated the arts into every classroom using the guidelines provided by the Comprehensive Arts Education movement.
Content and skill acquisition in STEAM disciplines, as well as in other essential areas such as English, history, and world languages, has always been part of the mission-driven focus at Saint James.
STEAM learning is important for the content areas that it
All Saint James School graduates benefit in many ways from
addresses, but it is equally significant in helping students
STEAM rigor in grades PreK-3 though 12. College admissions,
develop and practice essential skills. Among the ideas shared
scholarship dollars, admission into special programs, and
by both STEM and STEAM philosophies is the belief that the
course placement at the college level are often tied to
ability to engage in critical thinking, creativity and innovation,
demonstrated competencies in STEAM areas. The benefits of a
and collaboration are key ingredients required to fuel innovation
STEAM rich college preparatory education extend to all
and lead to creative solutions for real world problems. Content
students regardless of their final career choices. The
and skill acquisition in STEAM disciplines, as well as in other
challenging learning environment at Saint James School
essential areas such as English, history, and world languages,
opens many doors for graduates and prepares them to excel
has always been part of the mission-driven focus at Saint
at the college level.
James. The Saint James elementary design lab, the Imagination Station, epitomizes an environment in which students are encouraged to develop and practice skills and thought processes associated with STEAM philosophy. The lab is dedicated to fostering â€œdesign thinkingâ€? and encourages students to use an intentional process to solve problems. This creative environment encourages critical thinking skills, problem-solving skills, creativity, innovation, and collaborative learning.
community AINT JAMES TROJANS FOR LIFE! For over 60 years, Saint James School has touched the life of each individual child, every parent, and every teacher who has been a part of the Saint James family.
Saint James celebrated its Inaugural Trojan Day in April 2016. All students, Pre-K3 through 12, participated in the school-wide â€œfield day.â€?
Building on our great tradition, we eagerly anticipate our role for the future. // Always looking forward. // And reaching higher. // Achieving goals. // And celebrating the talents of each child.
WE ARE SAINT JAMES SCHOOL.
Fall Festival is a great October evening of rides, baked goods, games, and so much more for the entire Saint James community.
Sunset on the Quad is an annual spring tradition at Saint James—bringing everyone together in support of the various groups on campus—while enjoying live music, dinner, and a fabulous silent auction.
Crowning the Homecoming Queen is always a special moment for the Saint James family. Homecoming isn’t just for high school students—there is fun for everyone!
E LOVE TO WELCOME OUR ALUMS BACK TO CAMPUS! Graham Norwood ’12 and Carlyn Watson ’12 were guests of the Saint James Admissions Office at a luncheon this spring for the STJ Ambassadors. As guest speaker, Graham reflected on his years as a War Eagle Plainsman (Auburn University’s Ambassador program) including the high honor it is to be chosen as a group’s ambassador while recognizing the commitment you are making to serve. Graham gave an inspiring charge to the students to carry with them in the years to come—a charge very meaningful to both the underclassmen and seniors.
LAURA (VITTY) WEAVER (’78) and
JEFFREY BRENNER (’82) lives in
husband, Dave are celebrating 10 years of
Jamaica, VT. He owns and operates Stone
marriage this year and continue to reside
Boat Farm Bed and Breakfast. Jeffrey is
in NW Ohio with their children, Andrew
also VP Sales and Customer Development
and Rachel, and grandsons, Easton and
for Pelucida Glass, LLC.
Tanner. Laura is the Gifted Intervention Specialist for the gifted and talented program at Bowling Green City Schools in Bowling Green, OH. She is a member of the Ohio Association for Gifted Children where she serves as the NW Ohio Teacher Division representative and a presenter for the association’s
GOLDIE (GRUBBS) BURKHOLDER (’87) lives in Mobile with her husband Chris and their two children, Bailey (11th grade) and Collin (7th grade). Chris is the Vice President of Burkholder Insurance Group, Inc.
conferences in the fall and spring. She is currently enrolled at Bowling Green State University in the Master of Education in Curriculum and Teaching program. In January of 2015, Laura’s father, founder and former STJ Band Director, Deland Vitty, passed away in Montgomery at the age of 85. Laura and her sister, Jennie, are appreciative of all the donations made to the Saint James Band program in his memory, and welcome future donations in his memory.
LISA (BELCHER) HUGHES (’87) is a two year survivor of her second battle with breast cancer. Lisa began working at Autauga Academy as the junior and senior high Computer Science teacher in August 2015. She and her daughter, Lauren, received their First Degree Level 1 Black Belts from Crutchfield’s Tiger Rock Martial Arts in Prattville, AL in February 2016.
Editor’s Note: Class notes are submitted by alumni and are not verified by the editor. While we welcome class news, Columns is not responsible for information contained in class notes.
BEN FREEMAN (’88) lives in Dothan, AL with his wife, Dr.
KATIE JACKSON (’01) teaches Spanish at Tallassee High School.
Michelle Freeman, and their two daughters, Mary Lynn and
Her daughter, Kenzie, will be in first grade in the fall.
Anna Beth. Ben is the Director at AIM Group. Michelle is a Pediatric Physician at the Dothan Pediatrics Clinic.
SUZANNA WASSERMAN (’01) joined The Shoppes at EastChase in November
KEVIN LEWIS (’91) lives in Centerton, AR with his wife, Nicole,
2015 as the Marketing Manager. She is
and two children, Matthew (7) and Carolyn (5). Kevin works for
responsible for marketing, communication,
Walmart as the Director of Global Customer Insights and Analytics.
and business development efforts of the shopping center. Prior to joining The
TIM STALEY (’93) lives in Las Cruces, NM with his wife and daughter. Tim is a high school English teacher, poet, and publisher. In April 2016 he released his poetry collection, Lost on My Own Street.
Shoppes at EastChase, she was the Marketing Director for Eastdale Mall, Distinguished Events Specialist for the American Cancer Society, as well as the Program Coordinator for Leadership Development at the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce. Suzanna is very involved in the Montgomery community—she currently holds leadership positions with the Junior League of Montgomery,
BO HOLT (’99) married Lisa Reilly in October 2015 and they
Child Protect, a Child Advocacy Center, and the American
live in Montgomery. He works for the Alabama Department of
Advertising Federation. She has also served on the Community
Corrections with their Information Systems and Lisa is a Graphic
Council for the River Region United Way, Junior Executive
Designer with Publications Press.
Board for the American Cancer Society, Rebuilding Together Board, and founded the World Adult Kickball Association in
JASON SMOKER (’99) and his wife Rachal live in Panama
Montgomery in 2011.
City Beach, FL. Jason is the Co-Owner and Senior Associate at Counts Real Estate Group, Inc.
KYLE WHITTINGTON (’01) and his wife, Ragan, celebrated the birth of their daughter, Lila Blake Whittington, in November.
CAROLINE (DOGGETTE) BISHOP (’01) is the Director of Sales and Marketing at The Brennity at Daphne, a Sagora Senior Living Property. She and her husband, Ron, live in Fairhope, AL with their two children, Catherine Kennedy (6) and Avery (who will be 1 in September).
Kyle is a Certified Financial Planner and recently became an owner of the independent wealth management firm, Meld Financial, Inc. in Birmingham, AL. Ragan recently completed her PhD in Marriage & Family Therapy. Kyle and Ragan live in Vestavia Hills, AL.
While Dr. McLemore was in Washington, D.C. this winter with the Saint James 8th graders, he met up with area Saint James alums! What a fun evening with (back l-r) Robin Lewis ’08, George (Buddy) Handey ’02, Robert Bivins ’99, Justin Bogie ’02, Dr. McLemore ’00, Richard Labovitz ’08, Jonathan Carr ’96; (front l-r) Jennie Mills ’97, Meagan Ashner ’14, Dan Mangis ’93, and Haley Wilson ’09.
DANIEL DAVENPORT (’03) and his wife, Emily, live in
TYLER MARDIS (’10) graduated in Pediatric Nursing from UAB.
Montgomery. Daniel is the Vice President of Operations of To
He is currently working at Children’s Hospital in Birmingham
Your Health Sprouted Flour Company.
while beginning the Master’s of Nursing Program at UAB.
HUNTER LANDRUM (’03) moved from Washington, D.C. to
AMY SHANNON (’10) is a second year Ph.D. student in
New York City in November of 2015 to serve as Vice President
Carnegie Mellon University’s Human Computer Interaction Institute.
and Government Affairs Counsel of Two Sigma Investments, a New
In addition to taking classes in design, computer science, and
York-based hedge fund. He married Christina Sample in October
behavior and social psychology, she also conducts research on
2015 and they reside in the West Village area of Manhattan.
education technologies. For her most recent project, she designed and implemented a peer feedback system that allows
ROBIN LEWIS (’08) is a research analyst with the Center for Technology Innovation in the Governance Studies Program at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C. Currently, she is working with a nonresident
students to provide feedback to their peers during in-class student presentations. This work was recently submitted to the ACM’s SIGCHI conference. She enjoys the chilly Pittsburgh winters, playing ultimate frisbee, and acting in musicals produced by a group of computer science graduate students.
senior fellow, John D. Villasenor, and the founding director of the Center for
KARA KIRKLAND (’11) graduated from
Technology Innovation, Darrell M. West, on a multi-year project
the University of Hartford Art School in
in the area of global financial inclusion. Work co-authored by
Hartford, CT. She majored in sculpture,
Robin was featured in the blog of Bill Gates among the “Top 6
focusing on making experimental costumes
Good-News Stories of 2015.” Gates explains his “short list” as
in video and performance art working with
the global news stories he felt were most positive for the year.
musicians and dancers. She interned in New
Story #5, “Mobile Banking Exceeds Our Optimistic Projections,”
York for the designer for Sesame Street, who
references findings from the Brookings Institution’s 2015
then brought her to the Broadway show he was designing for,
Financial and Digital Inclusion Project (FDIP) Report and
Honeymoon in Vegas. She also interned for designer Paul Harris
Scorecard, co-authored by Robin.
on the Broadway show Doctor Zhivago. She currently lives in New York, NY and works as the Production Assistant to the Costume
JANE MARIE HUTCHESON (’09) lives in New York, NY and teaches First Grade at DREAM Charter School.
Designer, Cat Thomas, of the USA Network show, Mr. Robot. Mr. Robot won the Golden Globe for Best Dramatic Series. Kara stays very busy with work and hopes to be a costume designer one day.
SEAN MCKINNEY (’11) graduated Cum Laude from the University of Alabama with a BS in Mathematics and a minor in Economics. He is attending graduate school and working
JENNY LEWIS (’10) has been in
towards a Master’s in Business Analytics. He was awarded a
Washington D.C. since September 2015
Graduate Research Assistant position and assigned to Hudson
working for Anzalone Lizst Grove Research.
Alpha as an Economic Development Intern in Huntsville, AL.
While in D.C., she is also pursuing a Master of Public Policy degree at George Washington University.
MAGGIE PAUL (’11) graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Alabama in the summer of 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography and Religious Studies. She recently
MATT MARDIS (’10) started medical school at the University
moved to Atlanta, GA where she will be serving as a Youth Ministry
of Alabama at Birmingham in January 2016.
Intern for the next two years at the Cathedral of St. Philip.
AUSTIN MEADOWS (’12) graduated Magna Cum Laude as an Honors Scholar from Auburn University in May 2016
Memorials //// BRONWYN BELCHER PRESCOTT ’88 ////////
with a BS in Biomedical Sciences and a
Bronwyn passed away
minor in Business Administration. He was
accepted into the University of Alabama
from complications of
at Birmingham School of Dentistry and began July 2016.
Bicuspid Aortic Valve replacement
While at Saint James,
RICHARD SEEBER (’12) graduated from the University of
Bronwyn was involved
Alabama in May 2016 with a BS in Biology and a BA in German
in a variety of activities
language and literature. He moved to Birmingham, AL in July
including the French
to attend the University of Alabama at Birmingham School
Club, Band, Majorettes,
Anchor Club, Student Council, and much more. One of her mother’s fondest memories
EVELYN STROH (’12) had the incredible opportunity to study
of Bronwyn at Saint James was her role as Miss Johnson in the
abroad with Semester at Sea in the fall of 2014. With 700
play Harvey. Bronwyn was also named Miss Bibb County.
students from around the world on the cruise ship the M. V. Explorer, she embarked on a four-month tour of sixteen
//// NOLAN FIELDS ’15 ////////////////////////////////
different countries including Russia, Morocco, and Cuba. While
traveling, she discovered she wanted to pursue her dream of
February 20, 2016 after
being in the fashion industry. In August 2015, she was admitted
a battle with Non-
to the fashion marketing program at Parsons, The New School
for Design located in New York City. Currently in her second
Saint James was a very
semester, she interns for Italian fashion house Giorgio Armani.
special part of Nolan’s life—his favorite subject
HAYDEN MEADOWS (’14) has been
was history and he was
accepted into the Bachelor of Science in
very involved at school.
Nursing Program at Troy University on the
He played football and basketball, served as
main campus in Troy, Alabama and will begin August 2016.
freshman and sophomore class president, and served as vicepresident his junior and senior years. He was involved in Student Y Youth Legislature and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Nolan was also voted Prom King his senior year and honored with the Principal’s Award, which is now recognized as the Nolan Fields Memorial Principal’s Award.
Local alums Allison Dart ’05, Colleen Forreer ’05, Jordan Kirkland ’05, Leah Thomas ’05, and Saint James Dean of Admissions Cathy Slaton Pearson ’76 gathered at a cool spot in downtown Montgomery, Railyard Brewing Company, for a fun summer evening of old friends catching up with one another!
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