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Welcome to St. Luke School!

Since opening our doors in 1957, St. Luke School has established a rich tradition of academic excellence.  We were originally staffed by three Edmond Dominican Sisters and one lay teacher where the initial student body consisted of 125 students in grades first through fifth. Our school has continued to grow over the years, earning accolades along the way, most recently becoming the first Catholic International Baccalaureate (IB) World School for both our primary grade and middle grades on the West Coast. We have grown since then and proudly educate over 430 students from Preschool through 8th Grade. 

St. Luke School is a community rooted in the Catholic faith and committed to innovative teaching practices. We educate the whole child to live a life filled with faith and purpose, which opens a path to inner peace and respect for others. We honor the unique gifts of each student and nurture thoughtful, independent learners who ask questions and solve problems to create a better world.

An integral part of the St. Luke experience is the community that your family is joining. The community at St. Luke is so much more than carpooling help, or playdates when a babysitter cancels. When your family enters St. Luke, you become part of a network of support: a family of teachers and staff that know your child from the time they enter the school, a spectrum of parent groups and organizations that all are focused on the well being and healthy development of your child, a community of fellow parents who share your desire for values-based education, a parish that supports your family in every other aspect...

Indeed, the St. Luke community is something very special. Maybe that is why so many St. Luke alumni choose St. Luke for the education of their children, why former students return to St. Luke to teach, and why so many friendships made at St. Luke carry through the rest of the children's lives.

Pals on the Playground


Learning in 3rd Grade


7th grade girls in the school garden