Our School

Grades Taught

Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 8


St. Luke Catholic School provides a learning environment that is centered on the teachings of Jesus under the magistrate of the Roman Catholic Church.  At our school students have a right and responsibility to learn.  Teaching our students must be a shared responsibility involving the student, the school and the home.  By working together students can reach their maximum potential as life-long learners within a Catholic context. The ultimate goal is for students to accept responsibility for their own actions and conduct themselves accordingly, in order to enhance their educational opportunities.


Principal: Mrs. Cathy Hinger

Assistant Principal: Mr. Sean Gregg

Administrative Assistant: Mrs. Tess Guérin



Our Mission is to ensure that every student experiences success in a fun and creative learning environment centered on the teachings of Jesus Christ to inspire lifelong learning.



We are a faith-filled school that embraces the spiritual, physical, emotional, and academic wellness of our community. Infused with God’s love, we guide, inspire and challenge one another to achieve our greatest potentials, believing that we have the capacity to make a difference in the world.

"And the child grew and became strong in spirit filled with wisdom; and the grace of GOD was upon him.” ~Luke 2:40


We believe:

  • That Jesus Christ and his teachings are the foundation and core of our Catholic School Division.
  • That a quality education is a continuing process that develops the whole person in an environment which encourages success.
  • That we live out the Catholic faith through our words, our actions and our interactions.
  • That Catholic education is a shared responsibility between the home, the school, the parish and the community.
  • That education is a lifelong journey during which excellence is actively pursued.
  • That everyone has worth and dignity as a unique creation of God. 
  • That everyone has the right to fairness, equity and natural justice.

Programs and Services


Student Services assists students with their spiritual, academic, social and psychological needs. The student services staff include: our Chaplain, ILF (Inclusive Learning Facilitator), F.W.W.(Family Wellness Worker), and School Administration. Our student services department and school administration may assist students with:

  • Assisting  with difficult issues such as personal and family relationships
  • Program accommodations
  • Test anxiety and Study Skills
  • Remedial reading, writing or math
  • Enrichment programming
  • Course and exam modifications
  • Spiritual issues and struggles
  • Social/Emotional issues