St. Luke's School (Connecticut)
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|St. Luke's School|
|377 North Wilton Road
New Canaan, Connecticut 06840
|Motto||Enter to Learn, Go Forth to Serve|
|Head of school||Mark Davis|
|Number of students||550|
|Average class size||12|
|Color(s)||Maroon and Grey|
|Slogan||Above & Beyond|
|Sports||Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Soccer, Lacrosse, Tennis, Golf, Squash, Volleyball, Field Hockey and Football|
|Team name||The Storm|
|Rival||Brunswick and The King School|
|Accreditation||Connecticut Association of Independent Schools, New England Association of Schools and Colleges|
|Average SAT scores||1910|
|Average ACT scores||29|
|Endowment||$26,052,950 (as of June 30, 2014) |
|Tuition||$36,540 (Grades 5-8) - 38,230 (Grades 9-12)|
St. Luke's School is a private, secular, co-educational day school founded in 1928 and situated on a 40-acre (160,000 m2) campus in New Canaan, Connecticut. St. Luke’s offers a college-preparatory curriculum for grades 5 through 12, with a diverse student body of 553 from 20 towns in Connecticut and New York.
The school’s motto is Enter to Learn, Go Forth to Serve.
St. Luke's operates radio station WSLX (91.9 FM).
Notable former pupils
- Michael Christiansen, editor of the Daily Mirror
- Paul Dalio (born 1979), screenwriter, director and composer
- Peter Golenbock, sports author
- John Henson, actor, comedian and TV host
- Igor Kipnis, classical harpsichordist and pianist
- Olivia Palermo, socialite from The City
- John Raus, professional soccer player
- Zachary Cole Smith, frontman of DIIV
- "St. Luke's Annual Report". Retrieved February 1, 2016.
- "Ex-Resident's Film On Bipolar Struggles Premieres At Greenwich Festival". Greenwich Daily Voice. Retrieved 2017-06-07.
Digital Sentinel (online school newspaper)