Join the celebration on Saturday, October 16, 2021
St. Luke School
invites you to join us for our
100th Anniversary Celebration
Saturday, October 16, 2021
5:00 pm Mass in St. Luke Church
Adults only reception immediately following in St. Luke School
Cocktails, Food, and Music
Special commemorative yard signs are available.
Email Sheila Price or stop in the school office weekdays between 8:30 am and 2:30 pm to get yours.
In the fall of 1921, a single story, U-shaped red brick building was erected, with six classrooms, an office, and a playroom. It had a four-lane bowling alley in the basement, a playground in the courtyard, and the streetcar line outside on Lake Street.
Archbishop George Mundelein dedicated St. Luke School on October 21, 1921 and placed it in the care of four Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters.
In 1922, St. Luke School graduated its first class, a total of nine students, and this began a legacy of academic excellence centered in the Catholic Faith.