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08.08.2017 / Alumni,

Calling for nominations to 2017 Alumni Hall of Fame

St. Anthony School has opened nominations for its 2017 Alumni Hall of Fame.  Awardees will be honored at this year’s Strength in Unity Gala on October 28 at the King Kamehameha Golf Club.

The St. Anthony Alumni Hall of Fame gives recognition to graduates or honorary graduates each year in the following categories: School Service, Community Service, Outstanding Athlete and Distinguished Alumni of the Year.

School Service is presented to a graduate or honorary graduate who is tireless and selfless in service to the St. Anthony community. Community Service is for the St. Anthony graduate or honorary graduate who has made an impact on the wider community. The Outstanding Athlete is a graduate or honorary graduate who has succeeded in athletics during and exemplifies the qualities of a Marianist education.

The school also presents a Guardian Angel award to non-alumni supporters of St. Anthony who have demonstrated loyalty, honesty, integrity and service. The recipients have given their time, talent and treasure to ensure the success of St. Anthony School.

The 2016 honorees were 1966 graduate Paul Mizoguchi, vice president of retailing for HouseMart, who was selected for the Distinguished Alumnus Award; Wil Cambra, Class of 1986, for School Service; David Gomes, Hawaiian Cement general manager, also an ’86 graduate, for Community Service; and Dr. Brady Shirota, a dentist and ’88 graduate, who played on the St. Anthony football championship team.

Nomination forms for the 2017 Alumni Hall of Fame are available in the St. Anthony School Admissions Office. You can also click here.

Contact Admissions Director Claudine San Nicolas at development@sasmaui.org or call 244-4190, ext. 268. Deadline for submission is 5 p.m., Tuesday, August 15.

05.08.2017 / Academics,Development,

Investing in our keiki!

The upcoming school year will be full of excitement and improvements! We’re looking forward to

  • High School and Grade School improvements, totaling $400,000
  • Athletics facility upgrades that will create a better learning environment for our students. We have committed $350,000 to this project.
  • A new Head of School. With this new leadership, we’ll transition to a collaborative K-12 governance structure enabling a seamless transition for all of our students.

For more information on the high school improvements, please contact Betsey Gunderson at bgunderson@sasmaui.org.

For more information on Grade School improvements, please contact Winona Martinez at winona@sagsmaui.com.