When my brother who is now 29 went here, he told me that this school was crazy. He told me that the teachers didn't care enough about the kids' education. There were a lot of illegal things taking place in the hallways, instead of learning in class. All the students that were attending Luke at the time were considered 'bad kids' because of the choices that got them there. Now that I go here, I can actually say that Luke C. Moore has changed inside and out. Kids are no longer concerned with what's going on in the hallways. Graduating is their main priority. When he told me all the experiences he had in my school, I was more proud than judgmental because anyone can see that Luke has changed as a school and as a community.