St. Luke School uses a variety of resources to support the SLS Curriculum Perspective. The SLS Curriculum is based on age appropriate activities as well as opportunities for authentic individual and group learning projects. The curriculum was also developed to meet individual student needs. A complete copy of the SLS Curriculum Perspective is available in both Media Centers for review. For more information on the textbook and curriculum support materials used by SLS, please click here.
All teachers take student potential very seriously when designing lessons. Teachers ensure all learning styles are met by incorporating different methods, activities, technology, and supplemental material into the curriculum. Curriculum and instruction are reviewed regularly at department and subject area meetings. Our curriculum is designed to exceed state standards as well as those of local public and private schools.
Middle school students take math placement tests during the spring to determine their coursework for the following school year.
The school provides many opportunities for students to develop their potential in the areas of music, art, drama, Spanish, STEAM, physical education, and other electives and “specials” classes during school hours. There are also numerous extracurricular activities for students to get involved in.
St. Luke School is accredited by AdvancED/Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (“SACS”), and received that initial accreditation in 2004. The school was by AdvancED/SACS in 2012, at which time they identified St. Luke School as highly functional in all seven standards. St. Luke School now holds dual accreditation through the Southern Association of Independent Schools (“SAIS”) and AdvancED/SACS.