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03.02.2020 / Activities,Academics,Student Highlights,Awards & Recognition,Uncategorized,

Grade School News Team Shares February 2020 Highlights

Enjoy this month’s Playlist on YouTube highlighting stories from the St. Anthony Grade School from the past month!
Produced by 4th & 5th Graders in the Communications & Media Lab.

Topics Covered:

  • Jump for Your Heart Fundraiser Event Results
  • New iPads for SAS!
  • Robotics Competition
  • Talent Show 2020 Highlights
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02.04.2020 / Counselor,Academics,

College Scholarship Deadlines

Attention Seniors – Upcoming Deadlines!

HMSA Kaimana Scholarship

HMSA Kaimana Scholarship rewards seniors who not only excel academically and athletically but also in their communities through volunteer work. They award $5,000 scholarships to 15 students. The student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75, and have participated in at least one sport in the MIL during high school. They must write a brief essay on their high school experience and plans post-graduation, submit 2 letters of recommendation from school faculty with their application, and submit an official transcript signed by an authorized school faculty. 

Due date to apply: February 7, 2020 at 4 p.m.

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→ Fukunaga Scholarship

$5,000 annual scholarship ($20,000 total over 4 yrs) awarded to selected high school students who meet the requirements of a minimum 3.0 gpa, intent to pursue Business and attend a four-year university. www.fukunagascholarship.com
Due date to apply: February 21, 2020.

→ Josh and Souk Jerman Foundation Scholarship

Open to Maui County seniors who will be enrolling full-time at an accredited 4-year college. The award is a $1,000 scholarship. You can apply through Scholars App: https://scholarsapp.com/scholarship/josh-and-souk-jerman-foundation-scholarship.  Due date to apply is: February 21, 2020.

→ Filipino League Scholarship

$2,000 scholarship for Hawai’i high school seniors of Filipino Ancestry who have a 3.7 GPA or higher, and plan on enrolling full-time at a college in Hawai’i. https://scholarsapp.com/scholarship/filipino-womens-league/ 
Due date to apply is: March 1, 2020. 

→ Gift of Aloha

You must be a senior with a GPA between 3.0-4.0, with the intent to pursue higher education or training relevant to future employment. They will be awarded a $1,500 scholarship based on their GPA, standardized test scores, resume, and reflective response. Here is the link for the application: https://mauihigh.org/ourpages/auto/2017/4/11/46390962/Gift%20of%20Aloha%202020.pdf . Due date to apply is: March 1, 2020.

→ All Pono Scholarship

Available to Maui County seniors with a gpa of at least 2.8. The organization will award 1 female, 1 male, and 1 athlete scholarship. For more information you can select the following links: https://dri

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02.03.2020 / Academics,Student Highlights,Awards & Recognition,

Science Olympiad Success

On Saturday February 1st, SAS Scientists competed in the Maui Regional Science Olympiad Competition.

Congratulations to all of our participants and winners!

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12.14.2019 / Events,Activities,Academics,Student Highlights,Awards & Recognition,

Hour of Code 2019

St. Anthony School Celebrated its 2nd Annual Hour of Code this week by having ALL students K-12 do one Hour of Coding.

Enjoy the Photos! Or start learning to code at code.org or hour of code.com! Many students K-6 used Kodable.com, 7th graders used AppLab on code.org to design Apps for Phones, and other designed games and more!

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10.22.2019 / Academics,Student Highlights,Awards & Recognition,

3rd Place in Soil Science Contest

Congratulations to our students who placed 3rd in the Soil Science Contest!

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08.27.2019 / Academics,Development,Awards & Recognition,

Teacher Awarded Grant

Congratulations to Mrs. Anita Dunn, St. Anthony High School History Teacher!

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Mrs. Dunn won a $500 grant called the Helen Pouch Grant from the Daughters of the American Revolution. There were only two winners for this Grant and St. Anthony School was one of them! Way to go St. Anthony! 

07.31.2019 / Academics,Projects,Uncategorized,

NEW High School One to One Computing

All students in grades 9-12 are expected to arrive to every class with a charged laptop or chromebook, without exception. We strongly encourage families to equip students with a device, or we offer a computer loan program if this is not an option. St. Anthony School is pleased to offer a 21st Century Learning experience which requires access to devices at school and at home. Learn More at our Technology Page on this website or browse the forms listed below.

DEADLINE TO ENROLL IN OUR COMPUTER LOAN OPTION is Friday August 9th. Signed Loan Agreement and Deposit must be submitted to the office.

07.24.2019 / Academics,

School Supplies, Book Lists, and More!

Parents please be sure to review your child’s lists and letters below so you can help them come prepared for school.

Grade School

GS Student Supplies List 2019-20

Middle School

High School

Questions?

Please refer to the contact information which is embedded within the links above if you have specific questions. For general questions, feel free to contact our Main Office anytime at (808)244-4192 or mainoffice@sasmaui.org.

07.17.2019 / Events,Academics,

August 1st – Back to School!

We look forward to seeing students back on campus soon!

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL – August 1st

Dismissal for All is at 11:00 am

Grade School Starts at 7:40 AM
There will be no after school care for K-5 on this day.

Middle and High School Starts at 7:50 AM

Enjoy your last days of Summer Break!

Review these helpful links:

05.13.2019 / Events,Academics,Student Highlights,Uncategorized,

Students Attended STEM Conference

A Group of Middle and High Schol Students participated in the STEM Conference on May 1 & 2 at the Honolulu Convention Center.

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6th Graders Celebrate STEM Learning!

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.