Academic focus and philosophy
|Educational philosophy and approach to learning||
St. Luke School believes in partnering with parents, the first educators of children, to educate the whole child. We utilize Best Practices and 21st Century Learning Principles while also modeling and teaching Catholic values. We are committed to helping students grow emotionally, spiritually, physically, and intellectually, thus providing them with a solid foundation. Finally, we provide a safe environment, zero tolerance for bullying, and small class sizes of 15-20 students per class.
|Academic themes / Areas of focus||
Multiculturalism / Global
How important is cultural diversity?
Learn how cultural diversity can affect your child's education.
|This school||State average|
|Two or more races||21%||5%|
|Asian or Asian/Pacific Islander||2%||4%|
|Hawaiian Native/Pacific Islander||0%||1%|
|American Indian/Alaska Native||0%||2%|
Attend parent nights
Chaperone school trips
Coach sports teams or extracurricular activities
Join PTO / PTA
Organize fundraising events
Serve on school improvement team or governance council
Volunteer in the classroom
Volunteer time after school
|Parent involvement details||
We believe that parents are the first educators of their children and we wish to work collaboratively with parents to insure the most opportunities for students to be successful. We provide a weekly school newsletter, e-mail contact for all faculty/staff members, and all parent meetings throughout the school year. We also have a Parent Leadership Team that is very proactive and supportive of school activities. Parent volunteers are welcome.
|Approach to addressing and preventing bullying||
St. Luke School has a zero tolerance policy toward all forms of bullying.
|Application/ enrollment process details||
Open, rolling admissions. Admissions info listed via our school website.
|Application fee waivers available?||
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|Financial aid offered||