The St. Luke’s motto, Enter to Learn, Go Forth to Serve, captures the spirit of an exceptional school in service of graduating students who are motivated and well-prepared to make a difference in the world. With a well-deserved reputation for both academic excellence and genuine care for each student, St. Luke’s has found a sweet spot that sets it apart from many of its Fairfield County, CT public and independent school peers.
As a community that deeply values the power of relationships between and among students, teachers, and parents, St. Luke’s leverages those partnerships to provide an outstanding education that is characterized by high standards and a commitment to fostering positive character growth in its students.
Founded in 1928 and located on a beautiful wooded hilltop in New Canaan, CT, St. Luke’s is a secular, coeducational day school serving 586 students in Grades 5 through 12. Students hail from 30 towns in Fairfield County (CT) and neighboring Westchester County (NY). The campus sits on 40 acres and includes both well-designed classrooms and outstanding facilities for athletics and the arts. Great care has been taken to maintain and update the campus to ensure that it supports both the depth and breadth of the School’s program as well as facilitating the strong sense of community that all at St. Luke’s hold dear.