St. James Alternative School
Office Phone: (573)261-3930 Fax: (573) 265-3652 Location: 228 East Scioto
The St. James FBLA Organization is selling CourtWarming/ Winter Sports Shirts. The shirts are tye-dye and will sell for $15 each.
All shirt orders need to be in AND PAID FOR by 12:00pm on TUESDAY, January 22nd. Please make checks payable to St. James Schools and submit to Kristin Lorts at the High School.
The Courtwarming basketball game will be on February 1st. Shirts will be delivered the week of Courtwarming.
Please use this link to place your order:
Striving to provide a safe and nurturing educational environment where all students will acquire the skills, knowledge, and competencies necessary for successful participation in our changing society.
Our mission is to address the educational needs of each student on a personal level. All students are unique and learn in a different way, but we believe that all students are capable of learning. We are committed to ensuring that all graduates are equipped with the skills necessary to make it in the post-high school world with a clear view and plan for the future.
There are two basic purposes of the St. James Alternative School. The first is to help a student get back into the regular school program by earning missed or lost credits. The second is to provide an additional path for students to complete a high school diploma by successfully meeting graduation standards. The St. James Alternative School has implemented two programs to aid in this process: MO Options and Flex program. Both will be outlined in this handbook.
To help a student earn credits to get the student back on a timely pathway to graduation
To help students catch up on credits and reenter into the regular educational program
To provide rigorous, alternative instruction strategies that best fit the student’s learning process
To provide a complete education that addresses a student’s curricular needs, future career needs, emotional needs, attendance/discipline needs, and additional student service needs