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St. James Cathedral is a Catholic grade school (accredited by the Florida Catholic Conference) nestled in downtown Orlando across from beautiful Lake Eola. We have an extremely dedicated staff and offer a challenging curriculum in a Christian environment. We are proud of our small class sizes with a maximum of 27 students per class in grades kindergarten through 8th, and we believe that each child has the unlimited potential to live in the fullness of the human spirit, and we dedicate ourselves to assisting each child in realizing that potential.


Latest News

Join us on Wednesday, March 12, at 7:00 p.m. for St. James Cathedral School Night with Magic! Read more >>>


 
A Typical Day at St. James Cathedral School

Take a look at this video to get a glimpse of what a typical day is like at St. James Cathedral School.


 
Open House for Prospective Families

Please invite your family, friends, co-workers, and business contacts to our open house, and visit our beautiful school on Wednesday, April 30, 2014 from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Read more >>>


 
School Advisory Board Nominations

The school advisory board is seeking self-nominations to fill a number of vacancies on the board. Read more >>>


 
2014 Catholic Youth Sports Summer Basketball

Registration for Catholic Youth Sports Summer Basketball is currently open to students in grade PK4 to 7th. Read more >>>


 
Why Catholic?

All parents are invited to join the last session of Why Catholic? at St. James in the H&S room (at the back of the gym). Read more >>>


 
Lenten Shoe Drive

The season of Lent is upon us! To help our sister Diocese in the Dominican Republic, we will be collecting shoes for the many children in need there. Read more >>>


 
Food For Family Thought

Every week the Monday Memo will post a topic of conversation for the dinner table known as “Food for Family Thought.”  Read more >>>


 
We're Going Social!

St. James Cathedral School is "going social" with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and our own blog. For more information, please read our parent letter.