1991 2A BASEBALL STATE
1996 1A-4A FAST PITCH SOFTBALL STATE CHAMPIONS
2001 4A SOFTBALL STATE CHAMPIONS
2001 4A VOLLEYBALL STATE CHAMPIONS
2002 1A-4A GIRLS INDOOR TRACK STATE CHAMPIONS
2003 4A GIRLS TENNIS STATE CHAMPIONS
2003 4A VOLLEYBALL STATE CHAMPIONS
2005 4A SOFTBALL STATE CHAMPIONS
2006 4A BASEBALL STATE CHAMPIONS
2006 4A SOFTBALL STATE CHAMPIONS
2008 4A SOFTBALL STATE CHAMPIONS
2013 1A-4A WRESTLING STATE CHAMPIONS
2015 4A BOYS GOLF STATE CHAMPIONS
2004-05 GIRLS 4A ALL-AROUND SPORTS
2006-07 GIRLS 4A ALL-AROUND SPORTS TITLE
2010 AHSAA STAR SPORTSMANSHIP HONOREE
2012 AHSAA STAR SPORTSMANSHIP HONOREE
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School is a nonsectarian, independent college
preparatory day school located in Montgomery, Alabama and is a
charter member of the Capital City Conference (CCC). The
CCC was established in 1993 by its original six members to
further intra-city athletic competition and continues to
represent each of those six independent schools which are
located in Montgomery. The other CCC members are Alabama Christian
Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School , Montgomery Academy
, and Trinity
Presbyterian School . Saint Jude Educational
Instititute was also a charter member, but the school
discontinued operation after the spring of 2014.
Good sportsmanship is a commitment to fair play, ethical behavior, and integrity. Coaches, participants, parents, fans, spirit groups, media, officials, and school administrators have expectations to be good sports. Be a FAN, not a Fanatic, by realizing a ticket is a privilege to observe a contest and support high school activities - not a license to verbally assault others or be generally obnoxious; to respect decisions made by the officials; to be an exemplary role model by positively supporting teams in every manner possible, including the content of cheers and signs; and to respect fans, coaches, and participants.
Saint James is also a member of the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) and currently competes in classification 4A. This classification will remain in effect for the 2015-16 school year as designated by the AHSAA in January 2015. There are now seven classifications in the AHSAA, from 1A - the least populous high schools in the state, to 7A - the most populous. (However, the student population is not necessarily an accurate representation for independent member schools such as Saint James.) Other CCC schools currently participate in classes 3A, 4A, or 5A. Trojan athletic teams compete against quality opponents in all six classifications in a dozen sports with both team and individual competitions. Each team's area, regional, or sectional configurations differs depending upon the sport. For more information, consult each sport's homepage by clicking on the corresponding link(s) below. For more information on individual sport alignments, click here.
THE INDIVIDUAL SPORTS AND THEIR RESPECTIVE HOMEPAGES
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wordlink to go directly to that sport's homepage.
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accredited by several other organizations.
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