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Headmaster's Honor Roll

Honor Roll PDF

Re-Enrollment Days

February 6th and 7th
Tues: 7:30am-4:00pm
Wed: 7:30am-6:00pm 

Contracts will be taken in St. Luke's Hall on the Japonica campus and the Auditorium lobby on the University campus. 

Drop off your child's contract and pick up some 
coffee and refreshments!
St. Luke's leading in the technology arena!

  zSpace provides experiences and the medium to support instruction and students' learning and curiosity. Students learn by asking questions, gathering information, developing models, testing ideas, analyzing data, and developing conclusions. Teachers facilitate learning by setting up tools and resources that help students through the lesson.

Congratulations to Jermaine Brown

Mr. Football

Class 2A Back of the Year 
Jermaine Brown poses with AHSADCA Director Alvin Briggs, Tuesday, January 30, 2018 during the Alabama Sports Writers Association Mr. Football Banquet in Montgomery. 

St. Luke's is so proud to be represented by this amazing young man. 
Come join us for Grandparents day!

Even though we are past the deadline, we do not want to leave any grandparent/grand friend out. 

RSVP today!

Parents please share this with your student's 
Grandparent or Grand-friend...

You are cordially invited to join us for
St. Luke's Episcopal School's Middle School

When: Friday, February 9th
Where: University Campus Dining Hall
Time: Middle school lunch, 12:00-12:45pm
  Lunch is $5 per Grandparent/Special Friend (drink included)

Please RSVP by filling out the form below or by calling Student Services  and leaving your name, phone number, name of student  and number of lunch guests, with receptionist.

Student Services: 251-666-2991
Cool Schools 

WPMI came to the Japonica Campus Wednesday, January 26th and filmed the "Cool Schools" segment featuring our learning programs, teachers and a parent testimony. 

On Wednesday, January 31st, WPMI returned to St. Luke's but this time highlighting the University Campus. 

Be sure to check out the Cool School segments on 
WPMI NBC 15 News!  It is so exciting to see our school being featured to the community. 

Naviance Inventory Program

Naviance is a college readiness program that St. Luke's uses in the Upper School. Its purpose is to help connect academic achievement to post secondary goals. One component of the program is the career interest profiler. It allows students to complete a 180 question inventory which will analyze their own interests and pair the results with potential career matches. It will also give them a list of colleges which offer degrees in those careers. 

We hope to use this information to plan a career night in the spring.

League of Creative Kindness (L.O.C.K.)

In observance of Martin Luther King Day, the LOCK club 
took time to write down what they dream of 
for the future. 

Engineering Guest Speaker

January 19th, Mrs. Hayne's engineering class welcomed  Jill Stork from Alabama Power. Mrs. Stork talked to the students about electrical engineering, and even brought a Tesla for us to see!

Learning is always fun at St. Luke's!

Band Member Spotlight

Rush Watson, an 8th grade Wildcat Band member, was selected as an alternate trumpet player for our 
District VII Honor Band.  

In order to pass auditions, students must learn a minimum of 5 major scales and related arpeggios, perform sight reading, and prepare a lyrical and technical etude to play for a judge.  The top students in our district are selected to be part of honor band clinic to be held in March.  

Congratulations Rush! 

Quantum Physics Presentation

Eighth grader Conner  Ferguson  shares his passion for quantum physics with his physical science classmates.

NASA is going to be calling this young man!
Chess-nuts Spotlight                

Name: Aidan Barlass
Grade: 6th

How long have you been at SLS: 1 year 


Favorite Subject: Math, Geography

How long have you played chess: 2 years

What do you like best about chess: The thing I like about chess is it puts me in my happy place

Name: John Henry Johnson
Grade: 7th

How long have you been at SLS: 10 years

Favorite Subject: History

How long have you played chess:  2 years

What do you like best about chess:  Simplistic while also being strategic and complex

Name: Thomas Watts
Grade: 8th

How long have you been at SLS: 10 years

Favorite Subject: Math

How long have you played chess: 2 years

What do you like best about chess: It is fun and challenging
Mother/ Daughter Luncheon

On Monday, January 29th, St. Luke's hosted the 
annual 5th grade Mother/Daughter luncheon.
 This is a beautiful luncheon where Nurse Julie talks with our 5th grade ladies about growing up. 

This is a great time for the girls and their moms to feel comfortable, speaking about subjects that might not come up in normal conversation.

Laissez les bons temps rouler!
ATTENTION ALUMNI...We want to brag on you!

We are hearing great success stories through the grapevine and want to share your news with everyone. We are planning to distribute an alumni newsletter to our alumni, alumni parents, current students and parents, grandparents, faculty and staff, Board of Trustees, etc. this spring. Please send us information and photos!

We are looking for:   
  • Academic awards or honors you received for this past semester at the collegiate level including:  Dean's List, Academic Distinction, Graduation with Academic Distinction (Summa Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude or Cum Laude), Graduation with Honors, etc... (and remember to let us know which college or university). 
  • Employment information (new job, occupational awards and promotions, etc)
  • Personal Information including moves, marriages, children, etc.

Be sure to send us your contact info as well so that you can add you to the distribution list.

ATTENTION ALUMNI PARENTS...YOU can send us any information you have regarding your SLES graduate too!
Wednesday, January 31st, Mrs. Stallings class dissected Squid, examining the beak of the squid and the animals digestive system.

Wow!! Learning is always fun at St. Luke's!
YDL Announcements:
  • YDL soccer season kicks off this Saturday at Sage Park. We will have 5 teams playing in grades 3-6. Come out from 8am-Noon and support the Wildcats. 
  • YDL Track will be looking to continue their domination of the youth Mobile County Track scene in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for times and dates. 
  • We wrapped up the YDL Basketball season recently. All the teams had a great season. We have eight 6th grade boys and nine 6th Grade girls ready to move up next year and compete with the older students.

If you have any questions you may contact Steven Waite at  swaite@stlukesmobile.com or 251-533-2510. 

Yellowhammer Coffee Friday

Friday, January 26th, St. Luke's hosted Yellowhammer Coffee on the University Campus.  There was a great turnout by parents, friends and students. 

We want your feedback!
We are considering being a frequent host location for Yellowhammer Coffee. Would you participate? Is St. Luke's a location you and others you know, would stop at for coffee and morning refreshments? 

Email your feedback to Melissa Wallace

Give us your feedback! 

We have rolled out new styles of communication since the beginning of the school year. We would like to hear from you regarding Next Week at a Glance, Paw Prints, social media, and the St. Luke's website. 

Please email us your feed back.


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