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Mission / Vision / Values

 

ST. ANTHONY SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of St. Anthony School is to unlock the full potential of every child by providing a progressive educational experience that combines quality curriculum and 21st century competencies with Christian Catholic values in the Marianist spirit.

ST. ANTHONY PARISH & SCHOOL VISION STATEMENT
St. Anthony Parish & School is a thriving community known for its congenial spirit, academic excellence, progressive growth and meaningful faith formation.  Our `ohana is committed to sharing gifts of service with the families and community of Maui. We are the stewards of compassionate leadership committed to our highly regarded tradition of building a vibrant, values-based society.

ST. ANTHONY PARISH & SCHOOL CORE VALUES
  • We instill Christian-Catholic values and support Faith Formation.
  • We work together in the true spirit of ‘ohana – welcoming, inclusive and in respect of each other and our local cultures.
  • We seek out Innovation, Adaptation and Positive Change to optimize the unique potential of individuals and community. We support students and parishioners in developing the skills they need to be successful in this rapidly changing world with an education fortified with a foundation of enduring values.
  • We are committed to academic excellence, best business practices and the positive growth of our self-sustaining collaborative parish-school model.
  • We approach the world generously in the practice of Service, Justice and Peace. We give of ourselves, our time, treasure, and talent to help others in need get access to bountiful educational and life experiences though financial and spiritual assistance.

ST. ANTHONY CATHOLIC COMMUNITY MISSION STATEMENT
We, the Saint Anthony of Padua Church, participate in the mission of the Diocese of Honolulu bringing Christ to the world.   We are a community of faith that lives and promotes a vibrant family spirit in the Marianist tradition, Catholic spirituality, and service to the people of God on Maui.

 

"I’m thankful for the sense of community and cultural blending that was part of St. Anthony. Only after going to the mainland, did I appreciate how fortunate I was to have grown up in this setting."

Class of 1968

Jeanne Unemori Skog

MEDB, President & CEO

SAS CONTACT

St. Anthony School
1618 Lower Main St
Wailuku, HI 96793
(808) 244-4190
M-F  7:30am - 4pm

info@sasmaui.org