Congratulations to our High School Jazz Band Musicians on a SPOOKtacular performance!
Congratulations to our students who placed 3rd in the Soil Science Contest!
Congratulations to Mrs. Anita Dunn, St. Anthony High School History Teacher!
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!
Mahalo to all who participated, performed, and celebrated with us.
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!
Congratulations to the Middle School Flag Football Team!
2019 League Champions!
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”!!
St. Anthony School will recognize its 2017 Alumni Hall of Fame honorees and Guardian Angel Award recipient during the annual Strength in Unity Gala. Held from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. October 28 at the King Kamehameha Golf Clubhouse in Waikapu, this benefit dinner and auction raises needed funds for student tuition assistance.
This year’s honorees are: “Distinguished Alumni” – Judy Oliveira, ’88 graduate; “School Service” – Randall Leval, ’79 graduate; “Community Service” – William “Butch” Soares, ’58 graduate; and “Outstanding Athlete” – Matthew Cerizo, ’86 graduate. Linda Morgan of Linda Morgan & Associates Inc. was named recipient of the school’s “Guardian Angel Award.”
The Distinguished Alumni Award is presented to a graduate or honorary graduate who has supported the school in a variety of ways, has been involved in community activities and exemplifies a St. Anthony School graduate.
St. Anthony School’s Service Award is presented to a graduate or honorary graduate who is tireless and selfless in service to the St. Anthony community.
The Community Service Award is presented to a graduate or honorary graduate who has made a definite impact on the wider community.
St. Anthony’ School’s Outstanding Athlete honor is presented to a graduate or honorary graduate who has succeeded in the area of athletics and who demonstrates qualities of a Marianist Education.
The Guardian Angel Award is presented to a non-alumni supporter of St. Anthony School who has demonstrated loyalty, honesty, integrity and service. The recipient has given of their talent, time and treasure to ensure the success of St. Anthony School.
During St. Anthony’s October 28th Gala, in addition to recognizing these honorees, guests will also enjoy Silent and Live Auctions; a performance by the St. Anthony Golden Royals Jazz Orchestra; dinner entertainment by Nevah Too Late; and camaraderie amongst alumni, supporters and community stakeholders.
“It is truly a blessing to honor these five individuals for their outstanding and well-deserved acceptance into the St. Anthony School Hall of Fame,” said St. Anthony’s Head of School Tim Cullen. “At St. Anthony School we respect the past, celebrate the present and build the future. Each of these special honorees is a valued part of our past, they now inspire our present students and families and their example of excellence helps us to build an even brighter future at SAS!”
For reservations and information on St. Anthony’s Strength in Unity Gala, visit www.sasmaui.org or contact St. Anthony School at 1618 Lower Main Street, Wailuku, HI 96793; phone (808) 244-4190 ext. 268; or email email@example.com. Various sponsorship and donor opportunities are available. Individual seats start at $130.
Proud of our St. Anthony students that were recently awarded certificates for participating in the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) essay contest. One student, Senior Lora Dodson, won the Maui contest, winning $25 in prizes! Her essay was submitted for the State contest and she won that as well, receiving an additional $50 in prizes in that level. Her essay will now be forwarded on to compete on a national level. Pray for Lora’s success!