Through dignity, respect, love and service, Grace-St. Luke’s has infinite possibilities to serve our students and community. But it is through three distinctive features of the Episcopal tradition that we approach the education of our students and the nurturing of all GSL constituents.
Student toTeacher Ratio
Coed Students2 Years Old - 8th Grade
GSL's Preschool program is play-based, allowing students to learn as they explore the world around them.
From SK through 4th grade, Lower School provides a foundation of high academic achievement with a curriculum designed to build a strong basis of concepts and skills.
While academics are the primary focus of Middle School, we know that education must be broader, deeper, and richer if we prepare the whole child.
"GSL teaches inclusion and acceptance of all people. The character education component of our son’s education will make a difference in the person he is and becomes."
Doug Duncan, Board of Trustees Past President
“I am called to teach, and I love what I do. Touching the lives of our youngest learners motivates me. Seeing their smiles each day brightens my heart. I believe that at the Preschool, we lay the foundation for learning. We allow children to play with a purpose. We want them to explore and use their creativity.”
Ariel Laws, LL Cheerful Cheetahs Lead Teacher
"I enjoy teaching students in a way that is creative and meaningful. At GSL, I’m allowed to incorporate sewing in the curriculum and try out new ideas. I want kids to be excited about learning and to make connections to the world around them. I really believe in our mission statement.”
Amie Plumley, Lower School Science and Technology Teacher
Since 1947, parents, grandparents, faculty, alumni, students, and friends have chosen Grace-St. Luke's. From the warm, inclusive community to the vigorous academic program, learn more about why people continue to choose GSL to serve as their Anchor for Life.