Why St. Luke?
St. Luke Lutheran School is a distinctly Christian learning community, actively discovering the wonders of our Lord and His creation. Through rigorous training in the liberal arts and Lutheran catechesis, St. Luke assists parents in their God-given calling to train up their children in mind, body, heart, and spirit for a life of love and service to God and one another.
Children are instructed in the academic disciplines and God’s Word. They learn of their sinful condition. They learn of the grace and mercy of our God and Father who sent His one and only Son to die for our sins. They learn of the forgiveness that is theirs through faith in Christ Jesus, their Lord and their Savior. In this way, our school lays hold of the promise of our Lord, “Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.” (Proverbs 22:6)
Additionally, St. Luke Lutheran School offers a classical education in the core disciplines and humanities: reading, writing, mathematics, science, geography, history, literature, music, and art. Physical and health education is also an important part of our curriculum. We have high academic standards which seek to promote excellence and achievement from all our students, but we are not an elitist school only for the gifted and advanced learner. We believe that, normally, all children can learn, especially when challenged and motivated by specific knowledge, high expectations, exceptional teachers, and the discipline and support of parents. Our low teacher-to-student ratio, combined with our classical approach to instruction, makes St. Luke Lutheran School an ideal setting for children with varying degrees of ability.