About us

St Luke -- French Immersion

St. Luke School is a Catholic, Elementary French Immersion school located in the community of Brentwood in North West Calgary. Students entering kindergarten, grade one or whom are already attending French Immersion schools are admissible. We are pleased to serve families from the following communities:

Arbour LakeCitadelEdgemontMacEwanVarsity
BrentwoodCochraneFoothills EstatesNolan Hills 
Charleswood HeightsDalhousieHawkwoodSherwood 


Registration requirements

Several items are required for children to enroll in the school including a copy of your child's birth certificate. Please contact the office at (403-500-2039) or the school district reception centre at (403-500-2000) for more information.

Before and After School Care:

École St. Luke offers a Before and After School Care and Enhanced Kindergarten Program. This service, provided by Calgary Child's Play. Parents may drop off their children on school days as early as 7:00 a.m. and pick them up from school as late as 6:00 p.m.


Patron Saint

October 18 is the feast day of St. Luke, the patron saint of St. Luke School and St. Luke Parish. Saint Luke was born of a pagan family in Antioch, Syria and converted to the true faith. He was the only Gentile Christian among the Gospel writers, being the author of the third Gospel. His Gospel shows the compassionate forgiving Christ, dealing with all people: outcasts, sinners, and the poor. He also wrote the Acts of the Apostles.

St. Luke was a missionary companion to Saint Paul on his second and third missionary journeys. Luke visited Paul during his imprisonment in Ceasare. During these two years, he had time to seek information and interview persons who had known Jesus. Luke also accompanied Paul on his dangerous journey to Rome. From Paul’s Epistles, we learn that Luke was a faithful companion to the end.

St. Luke was a physician by profession and skilful in painting. He is believed to have been martyred when he was about eighty-four years old. Saint Luke is the patron saint of doctors and of painters. The symbol of an ox most frequently used for Luke may have been applied to him because of his calm and strength, or because his Gospel begins and ends in the Temple.

St. Luke pray for us!