The mission of St. Luke School is to provide each student with an excellent academic education that is faith-based,
by challenging and nurturing the mind, body and spirit, and by developing responsible servant leadership.
The mission of St. Luke School is the measure by which all decisions are made. Our academic program is based on the drive to provide our students with the strongest preparation we can at each and every grade level. We constantly monitor and revise curriculum so that we are challenging the students we serve. The faith-based component of our curriculum is the rock on which everything else is built. Our Bible curriculum allows us to be a partner to our families as we work together to help students understand the Word of God and how it applies to our lives. We consider that all of our journeys of faith are still in progress. Servant leadership is a natural companion to the faith basis for SLS. Our students, staff and parents regularly participate in ministry to others through gifts of Chapel Change, participation in a variety of community missions and by supporting the Food Pantry throughout the school year. Through these activities our students learn how fortunate they are, and how responsilbe we must all be in the effort to help others. Our prayer together each morning is:
Dear Lord, Today is the day you have made for us. Grant that we may learn today in mind, body and spirit, and help us to serve you by serving others. Amen
Believing that all children are uniquely gifted, the school offers a challenging academic program designed for each child’s individual needs so that a St. Luke student will be prepared for success in any subsequent educational experience.
St. Luke seeks to foster in each young person a desire to learn and to become a good steward and responsible citizen of both the local community and the world beyond. The school strives to create a community that exemplifies Christian values.
St. Luke believes that experience at home indelibly influences the spiritual and intellectual development and emotional health of each child, and regards parents as essential partners in its educational endeavor. The school therefore expects and values parental support of its foundational principles and goals.
The student population of St. Luke School is intentionally small in order to foster the close-knit community ties and individual attention that characterize the St. Luke experience. The school strives to maintain a maximum class size of 16-18 students.