The Shark Scholar – Middle School Scholarship
One (1) student will be awarded a $5,000 scholarship for the 2022-2023 school year. All applicants must be enrolled in Middle School grades levels 6th grade through 8th grade. The Shark Scholar is available annually. Applications can be submitted from October 1st thru January 31st. Scholarships for the following school year will be awarded by February 28th of the school year in which the applicant applies
Coach Eugene Gluszek Honorary Scholarship
Coach Eugene Gluszek has dedicated 33 years of his life to the children of St. Luke’s Episcopal School. His enthusiasm, dedication, loyalty, and a never give up attitude has impacted the lives of thousands of kids in a positive way. Coach Gluszek can be found cheering on students at a PK Tee-Ball game as well as cheering on students at their high school football games. The scholarship fund established in 2018 will help provide tuition assistance for students wishing to attend St. Luke’s for years to come.
Amy Whitley Honorary Scholarship
The Amy Whitley Honorary Scholarship has been established in honor of Amy Whitley’s 20 years of outstanding visionary guidance, exemplary leadership and selfless acts of time and dedication. She introduced new and innovative teaching techniques that have had a significant positive impact on all students at St. Luke’s Episcopal School. This scholarship has been set up by the St. Luke’s faculty and staff to allow others to learn and grow.
Richard Gluszek Memorial Scholarship Fund
Coach Eugene Gluszek established this scholarship in memory of his beloved brother and best friend, Richard. Coach remembers his brother as being the best brother anyone could ask for. Richard was a constant source of love, support, and wisdom for Coach and the entire Gluszek family. This fund will be used to provide tuition assistance for students wishing to attend St. Luke’s Episcopal School.
Brent Poor Memorial Scholarship Fund
In August of 2010, Brent Poor, a member of our Board of Trustees, was killed in a tragic boating accident. Brent was the father of St. Luke’s students Devin and Madison Poor and husband of Stacy. This memorial fund was established by Brent’s friends shortly after his passing to honor his life, his family, and his service to the school.
Alexandra Engler Memorial Scholarship Fund
In the fall of 2010, Alexandra Engler, mother of St. Luke’s student Ariana, was killed during an early morning home invasion. This memorial fund was created by her friends and family to honor her life and her love of her daughter.
Dennis Edmon Scholarship Fund
Dennis Edmon served as Chairman of the St. Luke’s Board of Trustees for 20 years. Upon his retirement as Chairman, this fund was established by his fellow Trustees, Church parishioners, and his friends to honor his steady leadership and unmatched service to the school and our students.
Ann Ritter Memorial Scholarship Fund
Ann Ritter was a parishioner of St. Luke’s Church, former Trustee, and an ardent supporter of St. Luke’s Episcopal School. As a retired teacher, Ann knew first-hand the importance of a nurturing, Christian school. She worked tirelessly to help establish the framework for our middle school. Ann’s husband, Dave Ritter, who shared her vision for a middle school program at St. Luke’s, established the Ann Ritter Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Deana Searles Scholarship Fund
Deana Searles taught second grade at St. Luke’s for 32 years. Upon her retirement, this fund was established by her family, co-workers, parishioners, friends, and former students to recognize her many years of dedicated service to St. Luke’s school and her second-grade students.
John Allphin Leadership Scholarship Fund
The John Allphin Leadership Scholarship Fund was set up by his family. John Allphin was a longtime member of St. Luke’s Church and spent most of his life in public service to the community as an elected or appointed official. He loved St. Luke’s School and believed that it provided his children and grandchildren an excellent educational foundation. The scholarship, which will be awarded to a St. Luke’s student demonstrating an interest in leadership or government, is a wonderful way to honor his lifelong commitment to leadership and service and his love for St. Luke’s.