Community School News

Saint James Sophomore Haley Brightwell was nominated by the Saint James high school faculty and selected by the University of Alabama Capstone Council to attend a two-day leadership conference in Tuscaloosa, March 5th and 6th, the Capstone Leadership Academy (CLA).

Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School students had a fantastic showing at the 2020 YMCA Youth In Government (ALYIG) Youth Legislature conference that was held February 21-23. This year's participants were Michael Hodges, Gracie Barranco, Zach Izer, Julienne Pharrams, Ellie Pool, Michael Rus…

Two Saint James School students earned Gold Keys in the 2020 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition. Saint James students were also awarded eight Silver Keys and five works were recognized with Honorable Mention in the competition. All works receiving Gold Keys advance to national judging.

Trinity’s Arts Department recently took twenty-five 10th-12th grade Show Choir and Dance Ensemble students on a whirlwind tour of southern California! During the 5-day trip, they had the privilege of taking multiple classes with both Disney Performing Arts and Millennium Dance Complex, all f…

Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School dedicated their new performing arts center on Tuesday night. While it was stormy outside, the group was all smiles inside the building, the former Father Pat Delahunty Gym, especially when the School President Anne Caesar announced that the new facility…

Montgomery Catholic middle school science teacher Karla Gier is used to teaching students how to be hands-on and resourceful with the various science lessons and projects she teaches. This year, she introduced a new elective class, Craft by Design, and many students are learning that working…

    Audiences were thrilled to witness a Trinity family favorite - the Kindergarten Christmas program, where Jesus Christ takes the stage as a newborn baby and also a precious KINDERGARTEN CLASS performs “The Joy of Christmas!”  Continuing this beloved Trinity tradition for the 45th year, th…

Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School’s Drama Department put on an epic show to commemorate 200 years of Alabama history. Set on train bound for Huntsville, a house in Tuscumbia, a public library in downtown Montgomery, the fictional town of Maycomb, and a child’s bedroom right before bedti…