November 1, 2017                           Visit Our Website

St. Luke's would like a moment, to Thank all our Coaches, Teachers, Staff, Parents, and Volunteers. 

Our students and student programs are thriving because of the support and dedication given by all of you. 

Thank you!
Jubilee B.E.S.T. Robotics Event 2017

Our Robotics Team did an incredible job at the
 Jubilee BEST Competition 
on Saturday, October 28th held in the 
USA Mitchell Center. 

Conde Systems BEST Web Page
BASF Most Robust Robot
BEST Award, Engineering Notebook: 1st Place
BEST Award, Exhibit Booth and Interviews: 2nd Place

St. Luke's now travels to Auburn University, 
December 2nd & 3rd, to compete in 
South's BEST Robotics Event.

GO Wildcats!!
Jubilee BEST Robotics Teacher of the Year - Kelley Johnson 

Well deserved honor and recognition for this amazing educator!

St. Luke's Volleyball Team  is playing 
for the State Title!

These girls have worked hard all year to get to where they are and we are so proud to have them represent St. Luke's!

The Lady Wildcats won 5 games Wednesday, advancing them to the final round of the State final. 
Go Cats Go!

Congratulations to our Football Team!!

St. Luke's in the Playoffs!
Come Out This Friday Night!! 

St. Luke's vs. Cottage Hill Christian Academy
7 pm at Cottage Hill Christian

Show your Wildcat Pride as we play our 
last regular season game.

Go Cats Go!
Girls CrossCountry traveled to McGill-Toolen Catholic School this past Saturday to participate in a relay competition. 

St. Luke's girls came in 6th out of 9 teams.  This was their first time competing in the McT relays. 

Go Lady Wildcats!!

Thank You to ALL our Cheerleaders!! 

From Football games to Robotics competitions, they are always there cheering and supporting our students. 

Thank You!
We want to give a Shout Out to the St. Luke's Band! 
You are the heart beat of our school. The sound of the St. Luke's fight song resinates through the corridors of campus. 

Thank you for all you do!

"A band is not proud because it performs well; it performs well because it is proud." -George Parks

  Girls Soccer Tryouts:

Monday,  November 13th - 
Wednesday,  November 15th, 3:30 - 5:00 , at the field. 

Tryouts will be open to all girls in Grades 7-12.

Everyone must have a physical on file to participate in Tryouts.  If anyone is planning on participating in Soccer, but cannot make tryouts, 
please contact: 

Coach Law- .

St. Luke's Chess Club

On  Friday, November 20th , the Wildcats Chess Club (Chess Nuts) were celebrating the finale of St. Luke's Chess Awareness Week with a lunch time chess challenge.  Teachers, faculty, and staff agreed to play against the students before school and at lunch time.

Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Merrick came in the morning for a lively game of chess.  Father Ken, Mr. Box, Mrs. Deal, Mrs. Matthews, Coach McKay, Mrs. Hamilton, and Mr. Reggie from the cafeteria staff played some chess at lunch.  Comments from students and adults alike were very positive, with a number of the adults saying they would love to do it again.

Room 402 (Mr. Womack's room) is open every morning from  7:30 - 8:00 and at Middle School Lunch for students to come in to play a game.
Parents are welcome to come in and join us during either of those times if they want to play or to watch.

Everyone had a blast at the 
Middle School Halloween Dance!

Thank you teachers, parents and volunteers for helping make this event spooktacular!

YDL Announcements:

YDL (3rd-6th grade) Basketball practice has begun. 
*Games begin 11/4*

Kiddie Cat (K3, K4, K5) Soccer make up games will be 
Thurs, 11/9 and Sun, 11/12.

A Message From Our Senior Class President
A Message From Our Senior Class President

Veterans Day

Each year St. Luke's likes to recognize and honor our veterans for their service to our country. Both Japonica and the University campuses will have special events on Friday, November 10. The University Campus will begin the day with a breakfast for our veterans and family members at 7:00-7:45 in our dining hall followed by a special assembly at 8:00 in the Louise R. Moorer Center for the Performing Arts. There will be student performances by our choral, center stage, and communication classes as well as patriotic art work provided by our art students. Our guest speaker will be City Councilman John Williams, U.S. Army Major, retired.

At 10:00 in the church, the Japonica Campus will have a special program of patriotic music provided by our lower school students. Mr. Craig Covert, USMC Retired, parent of one our K3 students, will be our guest speaker. Following the program, there will be a reception for our veterans  and guests in St. Luke's Hall. Members of St. Luke's Episcopal Church who are veterans are also invited to enjoy the program and reception.

We are just delighted to have two opportunities to honor our veterans. Please invite family members and friends who are veterans to be a part of this memorable day!

**We are extending the deadline to  Friday, November 3rd . Please turn in your forms or fill out the online submission as soon as possible. We look forward to seeing everyone  next Friday .**

University Campus
Wall of Honor
We like to honor all veterans living, deceased, or those currently serving. We will place their names on a Wall of Honor in the theater. Please fill out the online form no later than November 3, 2017.

Breakfast University Campus
In appreciation for their service, veterans and their families are invited to be our guests at a breakfast from 7:00-7:45 prior to the assembly. The breakfast will be served in the University Dining Hall. To help us with the planning for this event, we ask that you complete the form below a by November 3, 2017 .

Japonica Campus
Wall of Honor
If you would like to an honor a veteran, please provide a copy of a photograph along with the following information by November 3, 2017. (Please no originals)

Japonica Program/Reception
Please list the veteran(s) in your family or friends who will attend the program and reception. We need to know the number attending for planning purposes. Please complete the information below and return the form by November 3, 2017.

St. Luke's Episcopal School wants to invite the community to  explore our school.  

We are hosting an Admissions Open House on the Japonica Campus
Sunday, Nov 12th, from 2-4pm. 

This Open House if for  prospective families Share this with friends and community members,  so they may come see  why  we  are above the rest. 

St. Luke's Episcopal School is a K2-12th Grade College Preparatory School. 
  • Japonica Campus, K2-5th Grade: 3975 Japonica Lane, Mobile 36693
  • University Campus, 6th-12th Grade: 1400 S. University Blvd., Mobile, 36609
  • Hilary DeArmon/Japonica Campus Admissions 666-2991 ext. 7135
  • Anita Roberson/University Campus Admissions 666-2991 ext. 8135
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Girls that Rock!

Grab an Access Magazine and read all about our very own, 
Alli Kangal.

She is representing St. Luke's in the Article, Girls that Rock.

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