The Grade School Basketball Court has had new adjustable Hoops installed and has been resurfaced!
The Middle School Sports Court is under construction and will be in use in the 2019-2020 School Year!
The Capital Campaign for a new St. Anthony School Gym is underway with generous contributions amassed. Learn more from our Advancement Team.
Join us at the Fun Daze Bazaar!
Saturday April 27th 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
St. Anthony School Campus
Food – Games – Country Store – Live Music & Entertainment
St. Anthony Ohana – Remember to SIGN UP for a volunteer shift.
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During the month of September, customers are invited to make donations of up to a cumulative total of $249 (per person, per organization) at checkout to their favorite Hawai`i non-profit organization registered in the Give Aloha program.
Donations are accepted at any Foodland, Sack N Save or Foodland Farms checkout. A code is assigned to each organization for donation tracking at checkout. This year, Foodland and the Western Union Foundation will match each donation up to a total of at least $300,000 for all organizations combined. If total customer donations exceed the matching gift, the matching gift will be divided proportionately among all participating organizations.
For more details, click here.
We are tremendously proud of our brand new middle school! With a 21st century curriculum, our students are participating in STEM education and have a curriculum highlighting our brand new Communications & Media (CAM) Lab. They’ve been creating great videos, blog posts and working on other innovative projects. This new, tech savvy offering is preparing our students for college and educating them on possible career opportunities. Check out their progress in their St. Anthony Middle School Blog here: http://samsweekly.weebly.com.
Timothy Cullen has been named Head of School of St. Anthony School, effective July 10, 2017. The appointment was made by Rev. Roland Bunda, S.M., pastor of St. Anthony Parish, following an extensive national search and the involvement of a Head of School search committee chaired by Very Rev. Terrance A. M. Watanabe, Vicar Forane and pastor of St. Theresa Parish in nearby Kihei.
Cullen is a lifelong educator who most recently served as Superintendent of the Bishop Hoffman Catholic School system and Principal of its St. Joseph Central Catholic Campus in Fremont, OH. During his time in the Bishop Hoffman system, Cullen quickly earned a reputation as a collaborative Catholic school leader that successfully merged organizational cultures and built strong constituent relationships that enabled the school community to remain accessible, successful, and sustainable. Well-versed in addressing the current challenges and opportunities that face today’s Catholic educational institutions, Cullen has proven capacity and executive leadership experience in advocating and articulating the mission of the schools he has led, all while exhibiting visionary focus and missionary zeal.
In announcing Mr. Cullen to the St. Anthony School community, Fr. Bunda said “Tim is an institution-building leader who is filled with the Holy Spirit, committed to his faith and loves to teach and administer in Catholic Education. While being the chief executive officer of the Bishop Hoffman Catholic School system, he worked tirelessly to integrate the latest educational models and technology into classroom instruction, while building strong constituent relationships at all levels. Most importantly he passionately embraces the ministry of Catholic education as vital to the work of our Church.”
Prior to serving the Bishop Hoffman school communities as Superintendent, Cullen was first a teacher before spending over 20 years in increasingly responsible administrative positions in various Ohio public school systems in and around the Fremont region. Mr. Cullen holds a Bachelor of Art in Education from Bowling Green University and a Master of Art in School Administration from Azusa Pacific University.
In accepting his appointment, Cullen stated “My life journey of serving God’s call through serving others to grow closer to Him brought me to the beautiful families, outstanding school staff and supportive parish of St. Anthony School. The love of faith, the importance of family and the desire to build a great future is something we have in common and something I am very excited to be a part of with St. Anthony School. I look forward to continuing my journey as the new Head of School for St. Anthony School and ask for prayers and patience as we work together to take a great school system and build an even brighter future.”
The exhaustive nationwide search conducted by Boston, MA based Partners in Mission School Leadership Search Solutions, a national retained search and recruiting firm devoted exclusively to developing excellence in Catholic school leadership, bears witness that Cullen possesses the requisite skillset as the academic, spiritual, and innovative leader expected of the distinguished St. Anthony School community. His extensive experience while working collaboratively with students, parents, and alumni will serve as the solid foundation needed as he assumes the position of Head of School, succeeding current Head of School, Betsey Gunderson. Gunderson will be moving to an Assistant Superintendent position in the Diocese of Honolulu, where she will be working closely with all its secondary schools, including St. Anthony School.
In leading the search committee efforts, an elated Msgr. Watanabe said “With the help and guidance of Partners in Mission School Leadership Search Solutions who provided us with a wonderful selection process, Tim emerged as the right candidate for this position of Head of School for St. Anthony. His enthusiasm, leadership, sense of humor and deep faith was evident in our many encounters with this candidate. Tim has a great vision for Catholic Education and that vision will continue to enrich and encourage all those who are involved with St. Anthony School to be the best that it has ever been. Aloha and Welcome to our New Head of School, Mr. Tim Cullen!”
Make your reservations for St. Anthony School’s 2017 Strength in Unity Benefit Gala. Set for Saturday, October 28, 2017, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., at the Kamehameha Golf Clubhouse in Waikapu. This memorable event raises needed funds to help the young men and women of St. Anthony School achieve their full potential through financial assistance.
This year’s event will feature:
– Recognition of this year’s distinguished St. Anthony School alumni
– Silent and Live Auctions
– Student artwork
– A special performance by the St. Anthony Golden Royals Jazz Orchestra
– Door prizes and lots of surprises
For reservations, click here. Various sponsorships are available. Individuals seats start from $130 per person. Space is limited.
Auction items would be greatly appreciated. Click here to make a donation.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on Grade School improvements, please contact Winona Martinez at email@example.com.
St. Anthony Middle School Explorations in Journalism class with Ms. Rodriguez has been doing a great job since their launch of their Newsletter blog in August! This group of 6th to 8th grade students are constantly doing interviews, writing stories and posting photos! Check out their latest Christmas posts by clicking here!