St. Lukes Lutheran School

Fine Arts

Fine Arts


St. Luke's promote personal creativity by giving students the opportunity to explore famous art, artists, and cultures from around the world. In addition to studying art history, and technique, student develop their own artistic abilities with painting, drawing, printmaking clay modeling, ceramics, and more.


Expanding young minds, one note at a time. Making music involves more than the voice or fingers playing an instrument; a child learning about music has to tap into multiple skill sets, often simultaneously. Learning music facilitates learning other subjects and enhances skills that children inevitably use in other areas. 

Middle School Choir

The students in this choir serve as musical leaders in services and worship.  They learn to sing chordal harmony and to demonstrate pure vowels, clear consonants, and worshipful expression.  They perform from notation a variety of music, and participate annually in the Lutheran Music Festival, as well as in services and special events.


There are three graded bands.  Students in all bands read from notation, experience understanding of the mechanics of musical composition, develop their musical abilities, and learn to work successfully in an ensemble setting.  Students participate in church and chapel services, and special events.  The Combo Band also participates in the Lutheran Music Festival.


Students develop music reading and playing skills, and begin to develop aural understanding.  They also learn the mechanics of musical composition, and experience playing in an ensemble setting.

Hand Bells

Students from 3rd grade to 5th grade are offered handbells classes before and after school. Advanced handbells group is offered to the middle school students.


Students learn basic note reading skills and playing technique in a small group setting.  They participate in worship services and special programs.