Frequently Asked Questions.
Q: What is the mission
of Saint James' Episcopal School?
A:Please refer to our Mission page for
Q: Where is Saint James' Episcopal
A: We are located in Warrenton, Virginia, conveniently
situated in the oldest district of town, only 42 miles from Washington
DC. Please refer to our Contact page for
our address and directions.
Q: What are the age requirements
A: We offer preschool classes to children starting at age two and a half. Our elementary program offers Kindergarten through Grade 5. More
Q: How many students are currently
A: For the 2014-2015 school year, our student body is comprised of 130
Preschool students and 76 Elementary students.
Q: What are the school hours?
A: The Administrative Office is open from 8:00am
until 4:00pm Monday through Friday. Preschool classes have
rolling start times, beginning as early as 8:20am and lasting
for three or four hours, depending on the class. Kindergarten
hours are 8:15am - 2:00pm. All other elementary class hours
are 8:15am - 3:00pm. We also offer an Extended Day program
program for our students.
Q: What Extended Day programs
do you offer?
Club is designed for parents who need their child to arrive
at school earlier than the classroom start time. Lunch
Bunch is our daily after school program for preschoolers.
Extended Afternoon is our extended
day program for preK and Kindergarteners and Aftercare is for elementary students.
Q: Does Saint James' offer
any other after school programs?
A: We offer a wide variety of after school activities called Encore programs,
such as arts and crafts, sports, and structural engineering with Lego bricks. The classes are typically one hour
long, once a week for four weeks. More
Q: What are the tuition prices?
A: Please see our Tuition page
Q: What is the student to teacher
A: The ratio is 7:1.
Q: What is the average class
A: Our average class size is 10 students, with
a teacher and an aide.
Q: How do you accomodate
students with peanut allergies?
A: Effective August 2010, SJES implemented a
"peanut/tree-nut sensitive" policy.