A Group of Middle and High Schol Students participated in the STEM Conference on May 1 & 2 at the Honolulu Convention Center.
They learned about Cozmo the AI Robot, Adobe AfterEffect Motion Graphics, MergeCube Augmented Reality, Code.org, Geographic Inquiry, Digital Mapping with ArcGIS, Extracting DNA, Conservify-Engineering for Conservation of the Planet, and much, much more.
For more information on the STEM Conference, visit Maui Economic Development Board’s Women in Technology Site HERE.
Last weekend, at War Memorial Stadium, St. Anthony Freshman pole vaulter, Trevor Tanaka, earned a 9th Place finish. Congratulations to all our Trojan Track Athletes!
6:30 – 8:00 PM Sunday April 28th at the Kahului Sunday Market
Congratulations to St. Anthony School Sophomore Jordan Soon!
Three students represented St. Anthony School at the annual Hawai’i History Day Event on Saturday April 13th: Noah Dods, Senior Documentary Category, Che Ann Purdy, Junior Exhibit Category, and Anela Warren, Individual Performance Category.
Congratulations to them all for their hard work and making it to this State Competition! A very special congratulations to Che Ann for receiving the Robert Douglas Memorial Award for her project: “Okinawan People: Survivors of War and A Model of Peace”!!
Trojans Baseball Team wins one game against Seabury Hall!
April 5, 2019
First Baseman, Geste Ornelles pictured above attempting to get the Seabury Hall runner out.
Trojans Baseball Team beats Hana. Welcome back Hana!
March 2019, Maui News
Trojans Basketball Team vs. Lanai highlights.
January 2019, Maui News
Mahalo to St. Anthony alum Isla Young for her inspiration at this year’s Maui Economic Development Board Girls Summit. St. Anthony’s high school girls’ robotics team learned a lot along with others about energy conservation, college tools and financial literacy.
St. Anthony School 8th-grader Kali Spalding’s love for reading motivated her to launch a new book drive for young patients at Kapiolani Medical Center on Oahu.
“I hope, through my book drive, to comfort children that may find peace in the pages of a good book,” Kali said. The book drive will run for 10 days from September 11th through September 22nd.
Donors are encouraged to drop off new books geared for middle and high school aged students between 7:30 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday to Friday, at St. Anthony School. Specially marked boxes will be posted on the three St. Anthony campuses – K-5, 6-8, 9-12 – and at the middle and high school front office.
Details about Kali’s book drive are on a Web site she created: https://808kalgraceschool.wixsite.com/mysite
Kali’s goal is collect 500 books. Barnes & Noble book store has already contributed 250 books and Lowe’s on Maui has donated collection boxes.
Donors with more than 25 books are asked to contact Kali prior to drop off. Contact information is on the book drive Web site listed above.
National Honor Society students at St. Anthony School marked this week’s 9/11 anniversary by honoring the courageous work of our local police, firefighters and Coast Guard officials. The students in grades 9 through 12 prepared and delivered gift baskets and thank you cards to the Maui Police Department Police Chief Tivoli Faaumu, the Wailuku Fire Station and the Coast Guard station in West Maui.