St. Anthony Grade School

hawaii catholic schools

blessed william chaminade

Aloha and Welcome to

St. Anthony Junior-Senior High School

For more than 165 years, St. Anthony Junior-Senior High School has served the people of Maui County and Hawaii under the guidance of members of the Sacred Hearts Order, Society of Mary, Marianists, Maryknoll Sisters, and the St. Joseph Sisters of Carondelet orders.

St. Anthony High School has an excellent reputation for maintaining high academic standards. During its sesquicentennial history, more than 15,000 students have graduated from this school. Many furthered their academic pursuits by earning degrees from institutions of higher learning and have established themselves in a variety of professional careers internationally.

The people of Maui recognize the positive contributions our students have made to improve the professional, economic, cultural and moral fabric of our island society. The spirit of community service encouraged at St. Anthony’s has also generated the devotion of invaluable time to countless community projects and volunteer work by our students and graduates.

This week (mouseover to pause):

Thursday, April 17 – Holy Thursday
            Friday schedule with early release
            NHS Easter Egg Hunt on the field for selected Grade School Classes, 1:30 pm

Friday, April 18 – Good Friday
No classes,  Offices closed

Saturday, April 19 – Holy Saturday, Easter Vigil

Sunday, April 20 – Easter Sunday!

Monday, April 21 – Easter Holiday
No classes,  Offices closed

Tuesday, April 22
No Bread making today


Athletics  (Schedules subject to change)

Thursday, April 17 – Holy Thursday
Softball Doubleheader vs Molokai at Keo#3    4pm and 6 pm. 
MIL Tennis Championships,  Ka`anapali – all day
Kamakea Track Meet  4 pm field events, 5 pm running events

Friday, April 25
MIL Track Varsity Championship Trials,  Field events at 4 pm, running events at 5 pm

Saturday, April 26
MIL Track Varsity Championship Finals,  Field events at 4 pm, running events at 5 pm

Announcements (mouseover to pause):

School Cell Phone Policy
Although cell phones are a common and very useful tool, it is still the policy at St. Anthony that students do not use their cell phones during the school day, unless it is with the permission of a teacher and for a very specific purpose.
Please do not call your children on their cell phones during the school day.  If you have an emergency, call the main office, 244-4190, leave the message for them and it will be delivered.
Realize that it is not always possible to find students during lunch and recess, so if you need a message delivered, try to call it in early enough that your child can be found.

Safe Environment Materials for Parents and Guardians
Please watch the school website for these materials.  They will be posted in the near future and will include:

  • Letter to parents and guardians
  • Safe Environment Power Point from the Diocese of Honolulu
  • A B pages, this includes a front and back document on the definitions of abuses.
  • C D pages, this includes a front and back document on the LIFE program self survey for the teenagers.  It is usually used by the Church programs.
  • For teens Safe Environment n Abuse Scenarios.  This is the complete Power Point program on LIFE (Love, Infatuation, Friendship, Exploitation).

Financial Aid for the 2014-2015 School Year
Students, who already applied for the Augustine Educational Foundation (AEF), may also apply for the A.P. Sereno Memorial Scholarship Fund, The Tommy Duarte Tuition Assistance Fund, and the Shane Victorino Foundation Tuition Assistance Fund.
To apply for the A.P. Sereno Memorial Scholarship Fund, please submit a copy of your Birth Certificate reflecting Hawaiian Ethnicity/Race.
To apply for The Tommy Duarte Tuition Assistance Fund and/or the Shane Victorino Foundation Tuition Assistance Fund, visit www.sasmaui.org  to download the applications.
Completed applications are to be submitted to the Admissions Office by May 16, 2014
Any questions on the above information may contact the Cheryl Pokipala in the Admissions Office at 244-4190 ext 232 or cpokipala@sasmaui.org.


Ka Hikina O Ka Lā – Applications Are Now Open – Check This Out!
UH Maui College announces that both the Summer Bridge2014-2015 Academic Year is now OPEN. The Summer Bridge Program focuses on STEM research through the study of Hawaiian Culture.  Most of the experience takes place out of the classroom completing field work.  This four week long program is supported through an endowment; therefore participants receive a stipend upon completion – YES, you get paid to learn!  The Collegiate Cohort is for those students who are considering or have shown interest in pursuing a career in science, technology, engineering, or math and who are either transitioning to UH Maui College from high school, currently attend UHMC, or graduated from UHMC and now pursuing a degree elsewhere.
Deadlines:   Summer Bridge - April 30th @ 11:59pm;   Collegiate Cohort - May 16th @ 11:59pm
Please visit the program website to apply and for more information: maui.hawaii.edu/hikina
or by e-mail at hikina@hawaii.edu  Preference is given to high school Juniors and Seniors and those of Hawaiian ancestry.


PTG Fundraisers
The St. Anthony PTG will be holding three fundraisers in the few weeks.  Please check these out and support our PTG!
            Ruby’s – April 22
Don’t cook on Tuesday night – instead support the PTG fundraiser at Ruby’s on Tuesday, April 22.  Please print out the flyer and bring it with you to support our PTG.
            Car Wash – April 26
Additional tickets for the PTG Car Wash on April 26 are available in the Main Office.  If any family can sell more tickets, please contact CANDY Sakugawa BAISA
E-mail:  cmsakubaisa@gmail.com     phone:  (808)870-1383
            Rummage Sale – May 4
            Gently used (or new) items are needed for the May 4th Rummage sale.  Please bring your donations to the school’s main office.

How Do You Talk to Kids About Alcohol Use?
There is a FREE online discussion for parents/caregivers through MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) on April 21, 2014. Sign up at www.madd.org/PowerTalk21
Discussion will focus on talking to your teen about alcohol use.

Help Aunty Betty
April is the month for the Sophomores to help Aunty Betty with bread making.
Students and parents are needed on Tuesdays from after school until about 7 pm.
The Juniors  will assist in May.
There will not be any bread making during Holy Week (Tuesday, April 15) or on Easter Tuesday (April 22).  Sophomores last day to help with bread making will be Tuesday, April 29.

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