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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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How to Apply
St. Luke's is accepting applications for the 2020-2021 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.
You can judge a school in part by the quality of its graduates. At St. Luke’s, we are incredibly proud of the accomplishments of our alumni and the positive impact they are having on their communities and our world.
We urge our alumni to keep us informed about your successes once you depart from the hilltop. We are eager to know where you attend college and graduate school, what studies you are pursuing, and where your travels and careers take you. We ... read more
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!
Diversity & Equity
St. Luke’s welcomes diversity and respects differences in ethnic, cultural, and religious backgrounds; the languages we speak; our sexes, genders, and ages; the traditions we observe; the structures of our families; our financial and educational resources; and the special needs and gifts that we have. Welcoming people with diverse points of view and being sensitive to the interests and traditions of others emulates Christ-like principles of living and enhances the quality of the entire ... read more