"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)
Over 70 Years of St. Luke's
For over 70 years, we have been living out the St. Luke's Way, instilling the three pillars of scholarship, leadership, and citizenship in generations of students.
"St. Luke's is a dynamic community of learners and learning where students are nurtured, challenged, known, and loved. A transforming and holistic environment for the growth and development of each person's unique mind, body and spirit. A place where the St. Luke's Way is embodied daily. "
--The Rev. Dr. James E Hamner, IV '70
Meet Our Faculty
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NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY OF STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES
St. Luke’s Episcopal School does not discriminate against any person in student admission, employment, or otherwise qualified persons because of any race, religion, color, national and ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability (if otherwise qualified to do the job), veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to the students, faculty and staff of the School. Our policy in this regard covers all student admissions policies, employment decisions, including recruitment, hiring, placement, promotions, transfers, layoffs or terminations, rates of pay, employee benefits, training, educational policies, scholarship, loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. Questions and concerns regarding the nondiscriminatory policy should be addressed to the Head of School.
SAFEGUARDING GOD'S CHILDREN
All St. Luke's Episcopal School employees undergo training through the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas. Safeguarding God's Children is required for all faculty and staff who work with children and youth. The view the handbook of content, please visit this link.