A Brief History of St. Luke Catholic School
St. Luke School began in 1961 in Bishop Ford Hall under the direction of the Sisters of Notre Dame of Covington. Work began on the school building we know today in 1965 with the dedication of it in January of 1966. As the school expanded, an addition was added in October of 1971 and included the Library, Science Lab, and the Multipurpose Room (otherwise known as the gym). While originally serving grades 5-8, Saint Luke School began to increase the number of grade levels offered. Transition to the first all lay faculty began in the 1982-1983 school year. Enrollment continued to climb. In 1990, construction was completed of a second addition. This included the Parish Social Center, five classrooms, a conference room, and a computer lab. The building also became handicap accessible with the installation of an elevator. Today the school serves students in grades K-8. During the 2009-2010 school year, the Science Lab was renovated and in August of 2010, the computer lab was updated. Today, technologically, the school has gone completely mobile with a wireless network and one Chromebook cart assigned to each grade level. Student in grades 3-8 have individual Google Apps accounts. St. Luke School has always been known for excellence in preparing students religiously as well as academically.
The school colors are royal blue and gold. The school mascot is the Lion.
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