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Welcome to St. Luke’s Day School

We are a Christ-centered early childhood program where teachers and parents teach and strengthen each child’s emotional, social, physical, intellectual, and spiritual skills while playing and learning together.

Train up a child in the way he should go , and when he is old he will not depart from it. – Proverbs 22:6

Our Commitment to Your Children

St. Luke’s Day School is a busy, happy, noisy, nurturing, and creative place for children to grow and learn.

With a commitment to the development and enhancement of the whole child, St. Luke’s Day School helps children attain their emotional, social, physical, intellectual, and spiritual strengths.

Our curriculum, classrooms, and outdoor play areas are thoughtfully designed to support our goals to:

Encourage active learning and problem solving;

Foster the development of emotionally satisfying relationships;

Provide knowledge and experiences to grow healthy bodies;

Promote a sense of community responsibility.

Calendar & Events

Class Photos Taken

March 20 - March 22

Palm Chapel

March 21 - March 22

Palm Sunday

March 25 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Playing and Learning Together

Look what our parents have to say!

“What a blessing SLDS is to our family. Extremely grateful for the partnership we have, the approachability of admin and all that you do to ensure the safety, growth and development of our children. My kids LOVE school– the best testament.”

-Lindsey MacLeod

“It’s been such a positive experience for my family for the last 10 years. I always recommend St Luke’s to new moms.”

-Katy Gray

“This is hands down the BEST first learning environment I could have ever dreamed of for my children. You all have instilled a love for Christ in my children which is the most important developmental milestone in my book. We are forever grateful. Your teachers are amazing- I have loved every single one as they all go way above and beyond. This has been the best experience we could have ever asked for.”

-Ashley Mejia