The Senior Gift is a St. Luke's tradition that provides a meaningful way for parents of the graduating class to join together to honor their graduating seniors with a unique and valuable legacy gift to the School. We are incredibly grateful to the senior parents of past classes for the generous gifts that have established endowments, contributed to program growth, and provided funding for new facilities—each gift benefiting future generations of St. Luke’s students.

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  • Class of 2017 Library Lounge

    The Class of 2017 Library Lounge will be located on the first floor of St. Luke’s new library and, with its high ceiling and floor to ceiling windows, will be a special space for students to gather and enjoy for years to come.

    Construction of the new Humanities & Library Wings will be completed before the start of the 2018-19 school year and the Class of 2017 will be invited to gather in the Class of 2017 Library Lounge during Homecoming 2018 to formally dedicate the space.
     

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  • Class of 2016 Stormy Nook Cafe

    The “Stormy Nook” Cafe, a gift of the Class of 2016, will be the cornerstone of the new Library Commons, a modern resource center that will anchor the New Humanities and Library Wings (opening Fall 2018). The new café, which will likely become an area for juniors and seniors, will provide a dining area to eat, collaborate and study, with “grab and go” dining options for breakfast, lunch and afterschool snacks. It will be a bright, sunlit space with seating for fifty students (1100-1300 sq. ft.), a high-end self-service coffee bar and a modest full kitchen.
     
    Construction of the new Humanities & Library Wings will be completed before the start of the 2018-19 school year and the Class of 2016 will be invited to gather in the Cafe during Homecoming 2018 to formally dedicate the space.
     

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  • Class of 2015 Field

    The unprecedented generosity of the families of the Class of 2015 enabled St. Luke's to turf and realign our lower fields. By doing so, we ensured consistent field conditions and all-weather access and optimized field layout to allow for simultaneous multi-sports practices for Upper and Middle School athletes. Additionally, the installation of synthetic turf increased our scheduling flexibility for soccer, baseball, lacrosse and field hockey while decreasing our maintenance costs. Read about the senior class' (students) 100% participation in the senior gift. 

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  • Class of 2014 Front Portico

    As the 2013-2014 yearbook theme -- "Making the Old New" -- reflects, naming the rebuilt Front Portico was the perfect naming opportunity for a class known for its individuality, creativity, and as the bridge for bringing back traditions such as the Founder's Cup and Victory Song. 

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  • Class of 2013 Student Life Endowed Fund

    Since this class was known for its closeness and school spirit, senior families in this year endowed a fund that supports the activities of student government and student life. 

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  • Class of 2012 Speaker Series

    Since the CFL opened in this class’ senior year, senior families honored them by endowing a speaker series which would expand the boundaries of campus by bringing outside speakers in. The Lunch and Lead Series has been the flagship speaker program and more will be added over time. 

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  • Class of 2011 Fireplace

    The senior families of this year took this naming opportunity, a perfect way to recognize a class known for its strong sense of camaraderie and friendship.
St. Luke’s School is a secular private school in New Canaan, CT for grades 5 through 12 serving 25 towns in Connecticut and New York. Our exceptional academics and diverse co-educational community foster students’ intellectual and ethical development and prepare them for top colleges. St. Luke’s Center for Leadership builds the commitment to serve and the confidence to lead.