Homecoming Week Wrap Up.H omecoming week has been so much fun! Monday was decades day. We sixth graders dressed as the 50’s! On Tuesday we got to wear our cozy pj’s and just literally roll out of bed. Wednesday was fun because it was the first time I’ve performed with the band at Chapel, on the stage! On the University … Read More
St. Luke’s Abroad.S t. Luke’s hosted its first abroad trip during Mardi Gras break. A group of sophomores, juniors, and seniors with Mr. Box, Mrs. Box, Coach Russell, and Mrs. Jackson embarked on a ten-day trip to England and France to explore new places, cultures, cuisines, traditions, and ways of living! Our first adventure was in England. To enjoy all … Read More
Más que una recaudación de fondos: Color the World with a Bracelet.Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica, the Hispanic Honor Society of St. Luke’s, invites you to participate as a cultural ambassador through their fundraiser, sponsored by the Pulsera Project. This nonprofit organization employs artisans in Nicaragua & Guatemala with Fair Trade jobs and sells their artwork through schools in the U.S. By … Read More
Hayley Hill, publisher of Access Magazine and former stylist to the stars was the guest speaker at the Student Ambassador orientation day in July. Hill worked with student leaders on developing their personal story. She recalled her own journey as a young fashion journalist to Hollywood stylist for celebrities such as Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera to a successful magazine … Read More
Alex Prieto was recently a Junior Group Division Winner in the Gulf Coast Spotlight Talent Showcase. This program shines a light on talented young performers from Baldwin and Mobile County to encourage and reward their performing arts pursuits and give funds to local schools to support arts programs. Way to go, Alex!
The VERY talented Kate Eden recently submitted this piece of art to the 12th Annual Student Art Contest by Southern Teachers Agency. This year they had 500 entries and Kate’s has been selected as one of twelve winners! The artwork of the twelve winning students will be reproduced in the Southern Teachers Art Calendar for the 2021-22 academic year. These … Read More
When the University Campus was the Julius T. Wright School for Girls, Mr. Gus Hamner, Headmaster, would walk through the halls ringing his bell. This tradition signaled that the year was officially over and students would exit their classrooms and fall in behind him as they paraded to The Quad for ice cream. Mr. Hamner donated that bell to St. … Read More
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