Upper School

St. Luke’s Upper School continues college preparatory courses of study through our exemplary faculty and excellent facilities. Both rigorous and supportive, the academic program challenges students to develop their strengths and cultivate and improve skills in a variety of disciplines. A broad range of electives are offered to students for enrichment and exploration of new interests. Honors and Advanced Placement courses provide accelerated work for qualified, interested students.

St. Luke’s Episcopal School offers a full compliment of core courses while understanding that co-curricular subjects and activities complete a student’s college preparatory experience. We are confident that our graduates will enter their college years prepared not only academically, but with the leadership skills necessary to become successful.

SENIOR CLASS STATS

As of September 13th…

26% of our Senior Class has already scored a 30 OR HIGHER on the ACT

69% of our Senior Class is already eligible for at least a partial college tuition scholarship

79.2% of last year’s AP students scored a 3 or higher on their AP exam (required to obtain college credit for the course)
42.2 % is the STATE statistic
60.3%  is the GOLABL average

Grade 9Grade 10Grade 11Grade 12
English 9 (100)English 10 (101)English 11 (102)
AP English Lang 11 (104)
English 12 (103)
AP English Lit 12 (105)
Algebra I (200)


H Geometry (202)
Geometry (201)


H Algebra II / Trig (204)
Algebra II / Trig (203)
Algebra III / Trig (205)

H Pre-Calculus (206)
Algebra III / Trig (205)
Pre-Calculus (208)

Statistics (290)
H Calculus (209)
AP Calculus (207)
Modern World History (390)US History I (391)
AP US History I (393)
US History II (392)
AP US History II (394)
Gov (308)+/Econ (309)+
AP Government (395)
Biology (400)Chemistry (401)
H Chemistry (405)
Physics (402)
H Physics (409)
AP Biology (406)++
Anat & Physiology (403)
Marine Biology (404)
AP Biology (406)++
Spanish II (501)
Spanish I (500)



Latin II (505)
Latin I (504)
Spanish III (502)
Spanish II (501)
Spanish I (500)


Latin III (506)
Latin II (505)
H Spanish IV (503)
Spanish III (502)
Spanish II (501)
Spanish I (500)

H Latin IV (507)
Latin III (506)
Latin II (505)
Latin I (504)
H Spanish IV (503)
Spanish III (502)
Spanish II (501)


H Latin IV (507)
Latin III (506)
Art I (600)




US Chorus (605)

Center Stage I (609)

Strings I (693)#

Concert Band (615)

Music Appreciation (699)

Journalsim/Yrbk (619)
Art II (601)
Art I (600)



US Chorus (606)

Center Stage II (690)

Strings (693)#

Concert Band (615)

Music Appreciation (699)

Journalism/Yrbk (619)
Art III (602)
Art II (601)
Art I (600)


US Chorus (605)

Center Stage III (691)

Strings (693)#

Concert Band I (615)

Music Appreciation (699)


Journalism/Yrbk (619)
Art IV (603)
Art III (602)
Art II (601)
Art I (600)

US Chorus (605)

Center Stage IV (692)

Strings (693)#

Concert Band (615)

Music Appreciation (699)


Journalism/Yrbk (619)




Robotics (790)*+

Cinematography (725)

Computer Programming(700)

Driver's Education(817)*+~
Bio Health Sci Prog I (807)


Robotics (790)*+

Cinematography (725)

Computer Programming(700)

Driver’s Education (817)**
Bio Health Sci Prog II (808)
Bio Health Sci Prog I (807)


Robotics (790)*+

Cinematography (725)

Computer Programming(700)

Standardized Test Prep (814)+

Personal Communications (813)+

Engineering/Architecture (812)

Univ of AL Options(902)*





Bio Health Sci Prog III (809)
Bio Health Sci Prog II (808)
Bio Health Sci Prog I (807)

Robotics (790)*+

Cinematography (725(

Computer Programming(700)

Standardized Test Prep (814)+

Personal Communications (813)+

Engineering/Architecture (812)

Univ of AL Options(902)*

Math for Business/Personal
Finance (815)+

Strength & Speed I (803)
US Female PE (887)
Strength & Speed II (804)
US Female PE (887)
Strength & Speed III
(805)
US Female PE (887)
Strength & Speed IV
(806)
US Female PE (887)

There are seven periods in an Upper School day. The standard course load consists of six courses and a study hall. Students may take seven courses with administration approval.

+ Semester course. *Must be paired with Study Hall/Strength and Speed). #Additional fee requirements.  **Must also enroll in Econ (309).
++Course offered on alternating years. ~Must be 15 years old by the beginning of the course.

 

St. Luke’s has developed partnerships with local universities and Springhill Medical Center which enable our students to enroll in a concentration of courses of study in the field of health and biosciences.

All students will be expected to participate in community service projects.

All courses offered are enrollment driven. Course enrollment will be based on interest and qualification.

Weekly chapel services are required for students and teachers. Participants are expected to conduct themselves respectfully and reverently during chapel.