“Since our founding in 1953, we have been committed to developing a faithbased and integrated academic curriculum focused on nurturing the whole child.”
Welcome to St. Lucy School… “We are an innovative Catholic school within a thriving parish community. Our students are engaged learners who benefit from a supportive community of dedicated teachers, parents, grandparents, and alumni who partner in support of their growth.” Sue Grover
Why parents choose our school:
We weave our Catholic values through all we do.
We have a welcoming, family-oriented community where opportunities for parent involvement abound.
Our highly-qualified and committed staff works together to prepare our students for life.
Our top-notch curriculum earned us the maximum term of accreditation in the Spring of 2014.
Faith is at the core of preparing students for life. Each year the faculty selects a value-based theme with monthly focus areas, which are integrated throughout the school day. This year’s theme is “Respect is Our Superpower”.
St. Lucy School is a vibrant community. Many family activities are offered throughout the year that help keep school spirit high!
“St. Lucy School is an environment that instills a joy and love of learning in the children. My kids look forward to going to school each day. “ Current Parent
“I am continually amazed at how our families come together each year to support and foster our work as educators committed to the Catholic faith. Thank You!” - St. Lucy School Teacher
“The ongoing message to the students of lending a helping hand, being a friend, never bullying, etc has really helped raise great kids across all the classes. It's a community I love being a part of.” -Current Parent
“We couldn’t be happier at St. Lucy School: High academic and conduct standards, talented and welcoming teachers, an administration with an eye to continuous improvement, and a friendly and supportive parent community!” -Current Parent
“My children have loved and thrived at St. Lucy's. The academic standards are high and everyone from the principal to the teachers to the parents are all dedicated to working together to make the school the best it can be. We transferred in and felt welcomed from the moment we set foot in the door.” -Current Parent
"Each day our students develop skills for life through faith development, challenging academics, leadership opportunities,and service to others.” - School Administration
“St Lucy School prepared me to think critically, solve problems, and work as a team. St. Lucy School is not only a school, but a community of people who care about each other and help others.” - St. Lucy Graduate
“We have really enjoyed the "extras" and innovative things St. Lucy's is doing: Junior High electives, integration of technology, Family Groups, live "Walk Through" histories”. -Current Parent
“The friendships my daughter has made at St. Lucy, not just her own grade, has made our time at this special school so amazing! Always in my heart St. Lucy will be! ”-Current Parent
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Congratulations to both of the St. Lucy School Lego Robotics teams! Both teams performed wonderfully in this year’s First Lego League Competition, based on a Hydro Dynamics. This year’s focus is all about water – how we find, transport, use, or dispose of it. The challenge includes programming a robot to score points on a themed table , and designing a solution to an identified problem. BoltBots 2.h2o designed a storm drain filter whereas BoltBots 2.h2o designed a scratch nameplate for disposable water bottles. BoltBots 3.h2o won not only the project award, but also an award for Global Innovation. They also placed 6th in the robotics mission. Both St. Lucy School lego robotics teams were honored for their hard work. We are so proud of both teams!
Pre-K Program Extends Hours
We are proud to offer a fully licensed Pre-K program under the state of California, which follows a thorough developmental curriculum of Kindergarten readiness activities. We have added options to our class schedule! Students participate in a 5 day per week program until noon, and may choose to add an afternoon class until 3 or 5 pm three or five days per week. Give us a call for more info!
Catholic Schools Week Celebration!
St. Lucy School is excited to celebrate Catholic Schools Week from January 28 - February 3, along with Catholic schools all across our country. Since 1974, National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. The theme for the National Catholic Schools Week 2018 is “Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.” Schools typically observe the annual celebration week with Masses, open houses and other activities for students, families, parishioners and community members. We focus on the value Catholic education provides to young people and the contributions to our church, our communities and our nation.
Tours, Info Sessions, & Open House!
Submit an online application by Friday, February 2, 2018 for fall enrollment. To learn more about our program, please schedule a private Admissions tour with our admissions director. You will observe students and teachers in action and learn about our comprehensive St. Lucy School Program. We will also be holding a Pre-K - 8th grade Open House on Sunday, January 28th from 10:30 - noon, as well as another Pre-K and Kinder Information Session. The Pre-K Information Session is on Tuesday, January 23 and the Kindergarten Information Session is on Wednesday, January 24. Check in for both sessions at 9:15. Session starts at 9:30. Teachers will review curriculum and readiness, followed by classroom observation. We look forward to meeting you!
St. Lucy School students loved their “Walk Through” experiences this week as we wrapped up with the 4th graders Walking Through California History and the 5th graders Walking Through the American Revolution. Through the use of games, music, and storytelling, students had fun actively participating in making history come alive. ... See MoreSee Less
Today we celebrated the beginning of our Lenten journey with student reflection, purple free dress to symbolize Lent, and the Ash Wednesday Mass. Fr. Mark also brought ashes to our youngest students in the St. Lucy School Pre-K classroom. ... See MoreSee Less