Service and Volunteer Work

Service work really helps define who we are as a school and involves all our students. It has been a long-standing tradition for St. Luke’s School students to give back to the community. We are proud of the work we have done to assist others.


Last year our middle school students provided over 500 hours of community service (they have a minimum requirement per student) for various organizations including: Save the Bay, Warren Animal Shelter, St. Luke’s Church, St. Patrick’s Church, Beyond Our Walls and Tap In, as well as area athletic organizations,
libraries, and soup kitchens.


Our students helped the poor, ran clothing drives, made greeting and holiday cards for Veterans and nursing homes, collected books for hospitals, sorted goods for food pantries, made baby quilts for unwed mothers, and raised money for missionaries.


In addition, our students hold monthly dress down days to help raise money and awareness for various local community organizations including: Loaves and Fishes, St. Vincent De Paul Society, RI Food Bank, Jean Jugan Residence, Friend’s Way, Young at Heart, and Project Gabriel to name a few.