We believe education should be as unique as each student
"The culture of St. Luke’s demonstrates remarkable character. It is a community where the faculty has great care for their students and in turn the students care for each other. The students and faculty live out the mission of the school. The students don’t just know the St. Luke’s Way, they live it!"- Commendation from the ISAS/SAES Visiting Committee (October 2014)
Life on the Hilltop
For the third consecutive summer, SLES teachers gathered for two weeks in July to write curriculum, with the expertise of Dr. Laura Allen, Professor and the Director of Certification and Assessment at Trinity University. Allen noted that few schools realize the importance of curriculum and assessment and provide teachers the time necessary to develop and refine it.
“In studies of how top ranked countries sustain high levels of educational performance on exams like the Programm ... read more
Get Connected in the Classroom
To our knowledge, St. Luke's was the first middle school in San Antonio to launch a 1-to-1 laptop program in 2011. We are committed to integrating technology into the classroom in ways that enhance learning. Technology enriches the experience of students while facilitating opportunities to act as designers and creators.
How to Apply
St. Luke's is accepting applications for the 2017-2018 academic year. Applications will be considered on a rolling admission basis as we have room in the prospective class. We invite you to learn about our admissions process and to explore the exciting things happening at St. Luke's.
Support St. Luke's
There are countless ways to support St. Luke's, including the annual St. Luke's Fund, fundraising events, corporate matching, and partnerships with local businesses. All of these initiatives add up to make a big difference for our students. We appreciate your investment in the scholars, citizens and leaders of today and tomorrow!
70 Years of Academic Excellence
St. Luke’s Episcopal School was founded in 1947, three years after St. Luke’s Episcopal Church first opened its doors at 104 Cloverleaf Lane. Education has been an essential focus of this vibrant congregation since its inception. The shared life of the church and school have been closely intertwined for decades, providing mutual enrichment for each other. St. Luke’s truly exemplifies Episcopal education at its best.
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