Principal's Welcome  

Welcome to St. Luke Catholic School where we seek to promote academic excellence in a community of Faith where the needs of our students are met in a safe and caring Catholic environment.  

We have had to rely on our school community and our Faith to help guide us along during these unique and ever-changing times.  Times like these emphasize the importance of the relationships between home, school, Church and community and are needed in order to help support our children to become caring, responsible, lifelong learners. 

With our educational journey, our goals remain rooted in all that we do. We aspire to create a learning environment that embraces the development of the whole child, including academic, social, emotional, spiritual, artistic and physical. We aspire to help them develop the skills that will assist them in navigating through many changes and challenges in a positive and seamless manner.

St. Luke School has a dynamic and dedicated staff that looks forward to embarking on an exciting academic journey with all of its students from JK-8.  In St. Luke School’s Early French Immersion program, we work extremely hard to provide challenging and meaningful learning experiences for our students. 

As parents, you play an important role in your child’s education. This website contains information that will provide you with information about our school including school supplies, the Code of Conduct and our Anti-Bullying resources. I encourage you to review the school’s Code of Conduct with your child(ren) so that all rules and routines are familiar and clearly understood.  We look forward to working closely with you and value your partnership. Thank you for choosing St. Luke School for your family, where Education is “Rooted in Faith and Alive in Spirit”.

I look forward to serving you as the principal of St. Luke School and to a fantastic year.  On behalf of the staff, I wish each and every one of you a successful and enjoyable year at St. Luke Catholic School.

Yours in Education

J. Rachmann


"Parents are the first and foremost educators of their children.  In comparison with the educational role of others, their role is primary; it is also irreplaceable and inalienable."


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