Grades: PK-8 | 352 students
- The mission of St. Luke's Episcopal Day School is to provide for the academic, spiritual, and emotional development of our students.
- This is accomplished in cooperation with the family and the Church resulting in a life-long dedication to learning and spiritually guided lives.
|School Membership(s)School Assoc.||National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES)
Other religious school association(s)
National Association for the Education of Young Children
Other special emphasis association(s)
|Grades Offered||Grades Prekindergarten-8|
|Total Students||352 students|
|Student Body Type||Co-ed|
|% Students of Color||
State avg.: 21%
|Students by Grade|
Academics and Faculty
|Total Classroom Teachers||26 teachers|
|Student : Teacher Ratio||14:1
National avg.: 13:1
My son has been at St. Luke's since Pre-K and is now in the 5th grade. Each year we think we couldn't possibly get a teacher that we loved as much as the prior year, but even though they all have different teaching styles, we love them all. We love the nurturing environment and spiritual education that St. Luke's provides. We love the fact that the Middle School students are the leaders on campus and don't have high schoolers to compare themselves to. They can get through that awkward stage of adolescence in a safe environment. He is excited to start Middle School next year!
- Posted by Parent - suzie
Both our girls finished St. Luke's and have gone on the high school and their success is a direct result of their time at St. Luke's. The wonderful faculty, small class size, educational value, sports programs, arts, and Christ centered atmosphere make St. Luke's the gem of Baton Rouge. I really can't speak highly enough of how much we love St. Luke's and how beneficial it was for our girls.
- Posted by Parent - Lacy
St. Luke's has been a blessing to our family. Our 2nd grader and PreSchooler have flourished in this setting. I''m especially thankful for the concern that has been given to our 2nd grader in regards to her struggles with ADHD. Everyone is so accommodating to her needs. We truly feel like we are part of a huge family there. I wouldn't trade St. Luke's for the world!
- Posted by Parent - nlana
Our family loves St. Luke's. I have a 1st and 5th grader enrolled, we have been there since my oldest was in PreK. I''m a firm believer in the PreK thru 8 model...keeps them from growing up too fast. Outstanding teachers and faculty, great variety of music, art & sports programs. I also love the low student / teacher ratio. My kids are in a safe, nuturing and academically challenging environment. St Lukes kids typically get their pick of schools and transition well into 9th grade.
- Posted by Parent - joani
St. Luke's has been our school of choice for eight years. Both of my children started in Pre-K and are currently in 6th and 3rd grades. St. Luke's has been nothing less than outstanding. Both my husband and I, as well as our children, have made lifelong friends from the families we have met at St. Luke's. The caring family atmosphere combined with the academically challenging environment have made every year a fantastic experience. My oldest began middle school at St. Luke's this year, and we could not be more pleased with the appropriateness of the level of responsibility placed on the middle schoolers in addition to their challenging cirriculum. and learning to be the leaders of the school.
- Posted by Parent - rsumm
My family has been a part of the St. Luke's Episcopal Day School family for almost 10 years. The faculty and staff at St. Luke's are an extension of our family. They create a school environment that is safe, nurturing, supportive, spiritually driven, and academically challenging. The teachers are exceptional in providing rigorous instruction in a warm environment conducive to learning. They are sensitive to the various learning styles of each of my children, and they strive to maximize their potential.
- Posted by Parent - Jcj.w
The school has absoultely the most incredible staff and teachers ever. They have the best academic programs and the children are all individually cared for and catered to. My child has the best of the best!!!..
- Posted by Parent - Mango
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