In 1962, St. Luke School opened its doors and consisted of six rooms, a gymnasium and an enrolment of 120 students. By 1968, due to a student population growth, eight classrooms, a library, a double ancillary and a stage were all added to the school. In 1976 the overall student population declined and due to strong parental involvement, the French Immersion program was added and the dual-track program remained until 1982. St. Luke’s became a single track French Immersion School in 1982 and was known as St. Luke School. In 1986 a new gymnasium and a new play- ground were built. In 1994 St. Luke School celebrated the 25th anniversary of the French Immersion Program in the Calgary School District. In 2004 St. Luke School received the Calgary Educational Partnership Foundation 2005 Mayor’s Excellence Award for their involvement in the Cycle of Life/Recycle Project. In 2013, St. Luke celebrated our 50th anniversary with a student created glass tile mural.

History

In 1962, St. Luke School opened its doors and consisted of six rooms, a gymnasium and an enrolment of 120 students. By 1968, due to a student population growth, eight classrooms, a library, a double ancillary and a stage were all added to the school. In 1976 the overall student population declined and due to strong parental involvement, the French Immersion program was added and the dual-track program remained until 1982. St. Luke’s became a single track French Immersion School in 1982 and was known as St. Luke School. In 1986 a new gymnasium and a new play- ground were built. In 1994 St. Luke School celebrated the 25th anniversary of the French Immersion Program in the Calgary School District. In 2004 St. Luke School received the Calgary Educational Partnership Foundation 2005 Mayor’s Excellence Award for their involvement in the Cycle of Life/Recycle Project. In 2013, St. Luke celebrated our 50th anniversary with a student created glass tile mural.