3 & 4 year old preschooL
We believe that every child should have a loving, nurturing school experience as they begin the learning process. Our 3 & 4 Year Old Preschool program instills confidence, supports individuality, and fosters a fun and wondrous learning environment while preparing children for future success as a St. Luke Kindergarten student.
Our goal is to develop the whole child academically, spiritually, physically, socially and emotionally. For more information about 3 & 4 Year Old Preschool, please click here.
all day kindergarten
The St. Luke kindergarten program is designed to develop cognitive, social, and emotional growth. Students are encouraged to be curious and creative, and to function as part of their classroom and school community. Students work in a variety of settings, including whole class, small group, and one-to-one instruction. Their day includes independent exploration and study, helping students to see themselves as accomplished learners, contributing members of a group, and strong individuals. For more information about Kindergarten, please click here.
To prepare students for foreign language instruction as they advance into high school, Spanish language classes are available to students in 7th & 8th graders.
Language classes for younger students are available as an extracurricular activity.
math, speech, drama
Depending on student interest and parent support, we also offer a variety of other activities and clubs throughout the year.
Clubs provide a stress-free environment in which to experience the various subjects. Some clubs offer optional competitions and performances.
Extension at St. Luke School is designed to support families with a safe and caring before and after-school program. Attentive and involved staff supervise Kindergarten through 8th grade students in study time, free play time, and creative activities including art, reading and music. Extension is available mornings and after school, beginning at 7:00AM and ending at 6:00PM.
multi sensory learning
We recognize that each child is unique and that children learn in different ways. For many children, teaching to their particular learning style is the key to boosting comprehension, retention, and self-confidence. Our highly-trained staff specializes in instructing students struggling with reading, writing, and spelling skills.
Since 1979, St. Luke has been using the internationally-renowned Slingerland® multi-sensory method in teaching oral and written language skills to all types of learners, especially those with dyslexia and other processing differences.
We also use a variety of other methods to supplement this auditory, visual, kinesthetic approach. To view our MSL Program brochure, please click here.
The mission of St Luke Athletics is to provide St Luke children the opportunity to experience athletics in a recreational and competitive forum.
Our goal is to instill integrity, fairness, and sportsmanship along with parish pride and school spirit in our children. Playing sports with classmates also builds teamwork and community in the classroom.
As a member of the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO), St Luke teams play other teams in the Seattle Archdiocese.
CYO sports include basketball, soccer, baseball, volleyball, track, and cross county.
music, band & choir
The St. Luke School band is offered to students in grades 4 through 8. Instruction is offered for flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone and drums.
The St. Luke School band stages two school concerts each year, and performs at a variety of other holiday and special events.
St. Luke School also offers a choir program for students in grades 3 through 8. Younger ages focus on development of pitch and tone, learning individual parts and performing.
Advanced students focus on individual voices and performance skills. Our choir performs many times throughout the year in school concerts, community events and at school masses.
St Luke Chess Club is a "Chess 4 Life" program, which teaches life skills through chess.
Certified "Chess 4 Life" coaches teach the principles of chess, both basic and advanced, to players of all levels.
Our chess club is open to all students.
n 2003, St. Luke School was granted permission from the United States Department of Homeland Security to accept International Students through the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP).
Since that time, dozens of International Students have attended St Luke School.
For more information about this program, please click here.
international student program
St Luke also supports various non-school-sponsored clubs.
These include Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, and Campfire.