Since opening our doors in 1957, St. Luke School has established a rich tradition of academic excellence.  Staffed by three Edmond Dominican Sisters and one lay teacher, the initial student body consisted of 125 students in grades first through fifth.  The school has continued to grow over the years, earning accolades along the way.

Our rich, educational history has allowed St. Luke School to emerge as one of the marquee Catholic schools of the north King/south Snohomish area, and we work hard to maintain that distinction. Buildings and instructional programs are continually upgraded as extra-curricular activities enrich the academic experience.

In 1994, an extensive analysis of the school, staff, administration and curriculum, earned St. Luke School accreditation from the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges and the Western Catholic Education Association. These accreditation's were most recently renewed in 2015 with 2020-21 being the next visit.

Today, St. Luke School serves over 240 families and more than 320 students in Kindergarten Prep through eighth grade.

our history

Educating since 1957

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