A note from the Headmaster:
The spirit about our school on both campuses has been incredible, given the now common knowledge of our excellent academics and extracurriculars. During assembly last week I asked all students who participated in athletics in any way, shape, or form to please stand. Not surprisingly, approximately 90% of the auditorium were on their feet. Part of my rationale was to show the students, and particularly the faculty, the importance that this majority should garner. It is also important to understand and realize the impact successful athletic programs have on our school and the community. We truly believe that academics, without question, is our number one priority. However n
o school will survive only on its academic prowess or its athletic status, but the impact that our current team's' successes have had in our school and community are immeasurable. I am very confident we have achieved the proper balance with academics and athletics, a difficult formula to obtain and sustain by any independent school, but we are there. Recently, I was asked how we could capitalize on this great momentum, the answer is through
! More and more people are recognizing St. Luke's throughout our community. We are blessed by our outstanding leadership, dedicated student athletes, the faculty, parents, fans, and enthusiastic students. Thank you for your support, belief, and for sharing about our great school. Let's keep up the good work. Go Wildcats!
Headmaster, St. Luke's Episcopal School
We have just completed our first quarter and grades and test scores are rolling in!
St. Luke's is proud to boast 28%
of our 2018 graduating class has scored a
28 or better
on the ACT exam.
St. Luke's is proving year after year,
ollege prep school.
(47 Seniors in 2018 graduating class)
Dear Middle School Parents:
This has been an incredible first quarter for the Middle School. Immediately classes were up and running with students accepting responsibility and working diligently. Our students involvement in activities (cross country, football, robotics, student government, volleyball, etc) exceeds the national average of participation. All of this makes for exceptional students and school!
The Middle School has begun our Positive Parent Support Team (PPST) who has already met once and planning their second meeting for Thursday. This group meets with directors and others to discuss achievements and parent concerns and/or ways to improve our school. Please feel free to contact someone in this group if you have questions.
They will be happy to help you.
6th grade: Rebecca Downing, Ginger Grafton,
7th grade: Elizabeth Boone, Shea Sadler, Suporior Campbell, Stacy Upshaw
8th grade: Lisa Ferguson, Christine Hernandez, Sharon Tharp, Michele Uptigrove.
Thank you for your trust and support of our Middle School.
We continue to look forward to a fantastic school year.
Jeannie Austin, Middle School Director
WE HAVE A 100% COLLEGE ACCEPTANCE RATE!
As of today, we have 31 acceptances from 18 students and 55 pending applications.
It just goes to show, you can go from OUR University Campus to ANY University campus!
10/19 @ 1:30 PM
Belhavan University 10/24 @ 2:30 PM
HISTORIC WIN FOR
St. Luke's: 38 - Leroy: 35
St. Luke's football team is in the play-offs!
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
Share this with friends and community members,
so they may come see
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
A Message From Our Senior Class President
October 12, 2017
Our brilliant high school students showed who's boss,
at their first
Scholar's Bowl match of the 2017 year.
St. Luke's went 8-0; JV and Varsity both won all 4 matches.
Be hold...the minds of our future!
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!
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 1, 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 1, 2017
Wall of Honor
If you would like to an honor a veteran, please provide a
of a photograph along with the following information by
November 1, 2017. (Please no originals)
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 1, 2017.
The YDL Wildcats had a big couple of weeks!!
- Our Volleyball teams split a doubleheader with Bayside at Cottage Hill. The 6th graders defeated Bayside while the 4/5th grade lost a heartbreaker. Mamie Martenstein, Libby Burge, and Kalaysia Robinson paced the 6th graders. The 4/5th grade team was led by KJ Nelson, Megan McDonough, and Lauren Hill. They finish up their season Saturday at home against St. Paul's.
- Our XC teams had a big day at the city Championships. Our boys team lapped the field and blew away the competition on the way to their 2nd straight city Championship. The girls lost a heartbreaker to St. Paul's after dominating all season long. They finished runner up this year after taking the title the last 2 years. Garrett Dolbear won every race all season as he paced these fast cats.
- Our 3rd/4th grade football team finished their season on a 2 game winning streak. They won a nail biter against Cottage Hill at home and went on the road and destroyed Satsuma. Turner Tillman, Ethan Wheat, and Talon Uptagraft all scored as 10 different players had carries for the wildcat offense. The defense was led by Mac Boone and Tucker Stewart. Coach Thompson and his guys had a great year and with most of his team returning next year big things are expected out of our 3rd/4th grade Wildcats!!
- Our 5/6th Grade football team lost 2 tight ones to UMS and Mobile Christian. Tyree Durgin, Garrett Dolbear and Brody Hale all scored for the Wildcats while Matthew Pearce and William McDonough forced turnovers for the good guys. The guys are fighting hard and hoping to get a win at UMS to finish their season.
Coming soon.......YDL Basketball
**Don't forget to come see our littlest Wildcats in action on the Japonica campus. 1st/2nd grade Flag Football is every
Thursday at 5:30. K3-K5 soccer is every Sunday starting at 2pm!
Come Out and Tailgate This Friday Night!!
St. Luke's vs. Washington County
7 pm at West Mobile Park
Tailgating begins at 5:30pm
This is our last regular season home game.
Come show your Wildcat spirit.
*YDL FRIDAY NIGHT RECOGNITION:
Kiddie Cat Cheerleaders will perform during the 6:30pm pre-game show before our final Varsity football home game, and CUBS Flag Football players and Cheerleaders will be recognized on the field between 1st and 2nd quarters.
St. Luke's Episcopal School is excited to partner with Mirko Pasta to offer "St. Luke's Night" to our families.
Mirko Pasta, a locally owned and operated Italian restaurant located in Legacy Village off Dauphin Street, wants to show their support for St. Luke's. During St. Luke's Night, Mirko will donate 10% of a participating table's total bill
(before tax and tip)
back to St. Luke's.
How to Participate in St. Luke's Night:
*Dine in at Mirko Pasta between 4:30pm and close, on the dates listed:
(Additional dates to come)
*Present your server with the attached pre-made ticket. Don't forget to fill in your information and tell your server that you're there to support St. Luke's.
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page for the St. Luke's website. Please be on the lookout for further communication
regarding this information
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