The Saint James Board of Trustees is the primary governing body of the institution. The Board meets three times per year and is composed of 20-25 member who represent a variety of constituent groups, including alumni, parents of alumni, and other friends of Saint James.
The Board is responsible for the School and for the welfare of our students and faculty. To fulfill this responsibility, the Board formulates policy and assesses the performance of the School.
This body is responsible for the School’s financial condition. Administration of the School is delegated to the Headmaster, subject to the Board's review. To ensure that Saint James has adequate financial and physical resources to carry out its mission, the Board bears primary responsibility for fundraising. Trustees are responsible to the institution as a whole, and do not formally represent a particular constituency.
The Saint James Board of Trustees holds in trust the School’s present as well as its future.