Thank you for your interest in St. Luke’s Lutheran School! St. Luke’s is excited for the opportunity to have your child join our community of academic excellence and spiritual strength.
We understand how important and challenging the decision of choosing your child’s school can be, which is why we invite you to come and explore our campus, including a student success consultation. Our goal is to help you make the best decision for your child.
During your individualized Educational Success Consultation, you will meet with our Superintendent, Mr. Rod Jackson, and you can expect him to ask questions and listen carefully to understand the uniqueness of your child.
Find an Open House
Admissions Open House Dates for Preschool - 8th Grades.
What to Expect
- Comprehensive Overview of St. Luke's
- Discover Diverse Learning Opportunities
- Talk With Educational Leaders
Admissions Open House (K-8)
Come discover and explore our campus and meet with educational leaders. Open Houses will be at 9 AM. The 1/29 Open House will be at 12:30 PM
- Mar 7
- Apr 11
- May 2
Admissions Open House (Preschool)
Come explore how our students learn in our revolutionary Outdoor Classroom. Open Houses will be at 9 AM.
- Mar 7
- Apr 11
- May 2
How to Apply
Complete an online application with payment through FACTS by clicking here.
Contact the school to schedule your child’s admissions screening (K-8th grade only) and/or your family interview (Preschool-8th grade).
After completing the step above, you will receive prompt feedback about the enrollment status of your child.
We help provide affordable Christian education to families.
How it works:
Families who choose to do so apply for Tuition Assistance through our partner FACTS Grant & Aid and/or through available state programs like
- Step Up for Students
- Family Empowerment Scholarship-EO
- Family Empowerment Scholarship-UA
- Hope Scholarship
Qualifying families pay a percentage of our regular tuition rate based on factors including annual household income, bank account and investment portfolio, mortgage/rent and other debt payments, household expenses, and the number of students in tuition paying schools.
We offer financial aid because we believe a family’s financial commitment should be in equitable proportion to its economic resources. We also believe that every family should contribute to the cost of tuition, thereby supporting our community to the extent family circumstances permit.