We invite you to take a tour of our campus, meet our students and faculty, and learn more about our academic programs during one of our Admissions Events. To register for an Admissions Event, please see our Events calendar. You may also call the Office of Admission at (203) 801-4833 or email us at info@stlukesct.org for additional information.

From fall to early winter, we host two types of events:
 
  • Take a Look Wednesdays include student and parent-led tours followed by a Q&A session with Head of School Mark Davis. Tours begin in the School's main lobby at 9:00am.

  • St. Luke's Open House provides a comprehensive overview of campus offerings and programs. This event includes an opening address by Head of School Mark Davis, campus tours, and presentations and discussions with faculty, administration, and students.
 

Our Campus

Upcoming Admissions Events

List of 3 events.

 

School Visit FAQs

List of 3 frequently asked questions.

  • What should I expect from my school visit?

    Middle School applicant (grades 5 through 8): Once we receive the Preliminary Application, we'll contact you to schedule a Shadow Day. Your child will spend the day with a current St. Luke's Student and have an interview with the Admission Office.  If timing allows, we schedule your parent tour & interview on the same day. 

    Upper School applicant (grades 9 through 12): Once we receive the Preliminary Application, you and your parents will come in together for an appointment with the Office of Admission.  While your parents meet with a member of the Admissions staff, you will enjoy a student-led tour.  We then switch and you meet with Admissions while your parents tour. Appointments last about 1-1/2 hours and are available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 8:00am, 10:00am and 1:00pm. Wednesdays: 9:00am, 11:00am and 1:30pm.
  • What should I expect during the interview?

    Our Admission team likes to spend time with both students and parents during the admissions process. Our goal is to get to know you and learn things that can't be found in an application—How do you see yourself as a student? What kinds of contributions might you make to our communit? You should also come prepared to ask us questions about St. Luke's. It's a two-way getting to know you.

    If you would like to speak with a member of a particular academic department or a coach, please let our office know when you call to set up your appointment. 
  • What should I wear and what should I bring to my student visit?

    Just yourself! You might also want to throw in a pair of sneakers for physical education class or for the pick-up basketball games during lunch. You may also bring a book to read in case your host is taking a test (so you will not just sit around - or you can, of course, take the test if you'd like to!) You will be most comfortable on your day visit dressed like our current students.

    The St. Luke's dress code is:

    For boys:
    • Traditional collared oxford dress shirt tucked in with a tie or bowtie.
    • Solid-colored chinos (khaki-style pants) in any color except black worn with a belt. 
    • Outerwear inside the building is limited to knit sweaters, polar fleeces.
    • Solid-colored, closed-toe, shoes or boots, including sneakers (no high tops).
     
    Dress Code for Girls
    • Traditional collared oxford dress shirt.
    • Solid-colored chinos (khaki-style pants) in any color except black.
    • Solid-colored black, navy, gray or khaki skirt.
    • Solid-colored tights, stockings or leggings may be worn with a skirt.
    • Outerwear inside the building is limited to knit sweaters, polar fleeces.
    • Solid-colored, closed-toe, shoes or boots, including sneakers (no high tops or excessive heels).
 
St. Luke’s School is a secular private school in New Canaan, Connecticut for grades 5 through 12 serving 25 towns in Connecticut and New York. Our rigorous programs and diverse co-educational community strive for excellence, fostering students intellectual and ethical development and preparing them for top colleges. St. Luke’s balanced, multi-dimensional experience provides students with the tools they need for leadership and service in the world.