St. Luke School welcomes applicants of diverse racial, cultural and religious backgrounds. Students are admitted on the basis of academic screenings, school records, interviews, teacher recommendations and other pertinent information. Members of St. Luke United Methodist Church, students of the St. Luke Early Learning Center and Preschool, as well as siblings of students already enrolled are given priority consideration for enrollment.
Re-enrollment for current students begins in January of each year and continues through early March for grades 1-8. New students will be assessed for enrollment as spaces become available. An ongoing waiting list is maintained should openings occur during the school year. An application fee of $50 is due when students are added to the waiting list.
Tuition for grades K-8 is $7120 for the year. Tuition includes lunches, textbooks, technology fees, and field trips, as well as class dues, PTO membership, class novels, a yearbook and core supplies. Each student must pay an annual enrollment fee. The enrollment fee for the 2017-2018 school year is $400. For more information, please refer to the Tuition & Fees page.
St. Luke School is able to offer financial aid to families with demonstrated financial need. Financial aid applications are processed by FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment, and can be accessed here. For information on how Georgia residents can redirect a portion of their Georgia state income taxes for St. Luke School student scholarships, please refer to our page on Georgia GOAL.
If you have any questions about our admissions process or waiting list policies, please call the school at 706-256-1301 and speak with Emily Sutherland.