Welcome University Families.

t. Luke’s Episcopal School has roots reaching back to 1961 when we were only a kindergarten through first grade school. The giant oak tree that we affectionately called “ Mother Oak'' existed for many years on the Japonica campus and became a symbol of growth and strength. From those early days in the 1960’s, Mother Oak’s branches have continued to spread from the Japonica Campus to the University Campus where her branches have enfolded today.

Our roots and traditions are now firmly established on the University campus. From the first day our 6th graders enter this campus and walk to the theater, they receive a rousing welcome by students and staff. Then, as 9th graders that welcome is extended as those students pass through the front gates of the school symbolic of another journey in their life. Finally, after their journey is complete and we as a school have prepared them for college and life, our graduating seniors sign out for the last time and exit the gates to another beginning as if Mother Oak’s branches gently push them along.

The 32 acres of the University Campus which houses both our middle and high school provide safe and stimulating spaces to learn and grow. Our shared facilities for the arts, academics, and athletics support the breadth of the school’s educational programs. Even though we have two campuses, we are just one school with one mission in mind as we develop young men and women of faith, responsibility with character and intellect to thrive in college and life.

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