St. Luke's School:  Learning with Joy. Leading with Heart.


In today's rapidly changing world, St. Luke's School is a constant partner and source of support to families, both students and parents alike. In addition to being an excellent educational institution, we are a community of trust and a place of belonging. Our commitment to the community standards of respect, compassion, dignity, excellence, and honesty will help us to change the world - one human at a time. 

Two female students embrace and smile

 

 Our mission serves children.

 

 

We ignite curiosity for the world and for learning. 
We instill confidence to advocate for themselves and for others.
We inspire courage to lead in service to our community, world, and future.

 

 

Our students become their best selves, and that is where change begins.

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Take a Virtual Tour of St. Luke's School's beautiful campus, located in the heart of the West Village of Lower Manhattan in New York, New York.

 

In the heart of West Village in bustling Lower Manhattan, New York, you'll arrive at St. Luke's School on the historic grounds of the Church of St. Luke in the Fields. Like entering a secret garden in the middle of the city, there is something truly special about our school. Children and parents are greeted with an immediate sense of belonging, and this authentic connection bonds our families, students, and professional staff for a lifetime. We invite you to experience our community first-hand.  

Students visited the Brooklyn Grange Rooftop farm as an introduction to their urban agriculture unit. At the farm, they got to see a sustainable working farm in action. They will continue to learn about where food comes from, plant science, composting, honey bees, and chickens.

Grade 4 hosted a poetry café comprised of original works. The themes ranged from color poems to family metaphors. The students created their own ice cream flavors to the tune of Bleezer’s Ice Cream in a rhythmic and flavorful performance, ending with their own rendition of “I Love Rocky Road."

Grade 8 students travelled to Washington Heights to volunteer at El Nido where they cleaned and repaired toys, sorted clothes, and packaged utensils to help the organization in their mission to support families with young children.

Grade 7 thespians brought Part One of “The Immigrant’s Journey” to life. Reflecting on the struggles of starting a new life and the sacrifices associated with assimilating into a new culture, our students navigated complex topics with emotion and purpose.

Grade 1 dazzled Lower School with their performance of the St. Luke's classic "Echolocation." After the traditional overview of bat life, students remixed the song, chanting 'echolocation' to the tune of 'We Will Rock You' as they clapped and stomped their feet. "One word: amazing," one student raved after the song, while another called the performance "better than the original!

Kindergarten celebrated the 100th day of school. To mark the occasion, they created artwork that visually represents what 100 looks like.

Grade 3 impressed our community with their extinct animal museum. They created beautiful dioramas to teach parents, students, and faculty about the animals that once walked the earth.

Arts

Young students learn to tap dance

Athletics

St. Luke's basketball player prepares to shoot.
Male softball player in action
Male student in running club

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