About St. Lucy's
Principal's Welcome from Judy Hartranft
Hello and welcome! I would like to extend a warm welcome to each family that visits our website. For 56 years, St. Lucy’s Priory High School has been educating young women in the spirit and traditions of the Benedictine Sisters. St. Lucy’s follows in the footsteps of its founders with a mission of challenging students academically, socially, and spiritually. Our hope is that each student will be nurtured by the sisterhood that exists at St. Lucy’s.
Our goal Is to provide our students with a rigorous college preparatory education. St. Lucy’s curriculum exceeds the requirements for admission to the University of California, and offers a variety of co-curricular activities. St. Lucy’s faculty and staff strive to create a community where every student feels valued and becomes a self-directed learner through their classes and a partnership with teachers. St. Lucy’s teachers strive to be creative, caring, and engaging in order to empower students to think critically, recognize their potential, and develop into productive and responsive citizens in our ever-changing global society. St. Lucy’s identifies with the importance of each student seeing themselves in control of their own destiny – powerful, strong, and resilient. We urge you to come to visit St. Lucy’s and experience the spirit and sisterhood that changes lives and creates the foundation for future success.
ASB President's Welcome
Hello to the beautiful Regent Community!
My name is Daniella Fakhoury and I was given the wonderful opportunity of being the 2021-2022 ASB President. For 58 years St. Lucy’s has been a school that has taught and encouraged young women to become independent, strong, and courageous leaders. Regents have been instilled with the values of the Benedictine hallmarks that make us the women we are today. As part of the several Fakhoury women who have attended St. Lucy’s, I feel blessed and honored to experience what it means to be a Regent. St. Lucy’s has allowed me to truly find myself and has prepared me for my future ahead. With the guidance of my family, several teachers, and friends, I feel that I am ready to move on to a new chapter in my life. It is a bittersweet moment to be moving into my last year at St. Lucy’s, however, I am confident that this year will be bright and filled with lots of memories. I will forever be grateful for this opportunity to give back to a school and community that has given me so much, and for being able to close my high school years with the most memorable experiences and with lifelong friends. Regents for Life!
Order of St. Benedict
Order of St. Benedict
The school seal symbolizes the educational aims of the school. The open book, the classical symbol of institutions of learning, bears the school motto which expresses both the Benedictine heritage and the work of the teaching staff. The lion rampant represents the coat-of-arms of the noble Roman family of St. Benedict and St. Scholastica.
Rolling hills, snow-capped mountains
Rustling palms, stately pines
Winding roads, noble buildings,
Alma mater, Lovely Light!
Light, truth, peace.
Shall ever be our motto.
Blue on blue.
Our pledge of loyal hearts.
Light, truth, peace,
O lovely Alma Mater.
Though we leave
We hold you in our hearts.
Alma Mater, we will return to you.
Alma Mater, Lovely Light!