Graduating Class of 2020

Tammy Abrew

Hi my name is Tammy Abrew and I love going on new adventures, traveling, and spending time in nature. I also have a passion for playing volleyball and doing martial arts. I aspire to be a physical therapist and enjoy helping others. I will be going to Saint Martins University to major in exercise science, and I am so excited for my next chapter of my life!

Micheal Adams

Starting college at the University of Hawaii Maui, with the intention of transferring to the University of Hawaii Hilo to pursue a degree in Criminal Justice. Ultimate goal is to have a career in law enforcement and attend the FBI Academy. I enjoy practicing martial arts, spending time with my family and researching family history and Hawaiian ancestry.

Jessabel Ariota

Attend Pacific University, majoring in Vision Studies and plans to pursue optometry. Her favorite things to do are going on adventures, taking pictures, watching the sunset, and hanging out with her friends.

Kaimana Baker

I like to play basketball, hang out with friends and family and eat a lot of food. I love music and orcas and I am going to attend Unity College to play basketball and study Captive Wildlife Care.

Jocelyn Corpuz

Attend Seattle University, majoring in nursing. She enjoys drawing/painting, reading novels, hiking, watching netflix (documentaries, cooking shows, etc.), and doing embroidery work/knitting/crocheting.

Grace Dunn

Hi my name is Grace Dunn and I’m part of the class of 2020 at Saint Anthony. I am going to study pre-med and become a trauma surgeon. I love band and music. I love volunteering at the Humane Society and being around animals. I love spending time with my friends and family. I look forward to going to college and learning more. SAS has grown my faith and given me a great education. I will always remember the time I spent at Saint Anthony.

Kiana MacArthur

Attend Grand Canyon University, majoring in Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Special Education. She wants to become a Kindergarten teacher! Kiana loves anything to do with the ocean/beach; surf, paddle board, swim, snorkel, run/walk on the beach, look for shells and just hangout with friends.

Hope Otani

Favorite ice cream flavor: Birthday cake
Favorite colors: Yellow, purple, blue
College Plan: Go to University of Portland for a Bachelors of Science in Biology
Career Plan: Optometrist
Favorite candy: Snickers

Nathan Rabara

Attend Central Washington University or University of Hawaii Hilo to pursue aviation. He would like to become a commercial pilot and fly for Hawaiian airlines

Cecile Smith

I love to snowboard and hang out with my friends! Im working towards a career that involves snowboarding or skiing but at the same time helping people, I decided that getting certified for ski patrol was where I want to be, not only will I be working on the mountain but I will also be able to help people at the same time. I realized that growing up in a large family I was the only one that really enjoyed the cold winter sports, along with a few cousins, the rest of my family, on the other hand, enjoy the summer and spring sports, so I that makes me the first of my family to presue a career that is unique from the rest of the family. While ski patrol is not an all year career I decided that I would spend my summertime learning more about virtual reality development and hopefully work for VR or Oculus Rift. If any of you ever want to learn how to snowboard let me know!

Daniel Tongson

I plan on attending Seattle University for four years and proceeding into medical school. I plan on pursuing business administration on a pre-med program track. So far I’ve only received merit based scholarships from Seattle U and Gonzaga, which total 100,000 and 80,000 dollars respectively. My favorite things to do are napping, being with my friends, being outdoors, camping, and playing video games.

Michael Vergel de Dios

Attend University of Hawaii 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


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