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10.18.2019 / Events,Projects,

Family Art Social – Nov. 1st

Please join this PTG event for all families K12! ART POSTER CONTEST in celebration of All Saints’ Day. EVERY ENTRY RECEIVES A PRIZE! See details in the flyer below.

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.

04.15.2019 / Events,Academics,Student Highlights,Projects,Awards & Recognition,Uncategorized,

3 Students Attended Hawai’i History Day

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”!!

Che Ann Purdy, Happy, deserving recipient of an $150 award!

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Anela Warren as Alexander Hamilton


09.16.2017 / Activities,Student Highlights,Projects,


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.

09.02.2017 / Events,Development,Projects,


St. Anthony School: #77870

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.

05.20.2017 / Middle School, Academics,Student Highlights,Development,Projects,


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.

12.21.2016 / Activities,Academics,Student Highlights,Development,Projects,

The Latest from SAMS Weekly!

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!

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11.21.2016 / Events,Development,Projects,

Giving Tuesday – November 29, 2016

November 29, 2016 is Giving Tuesday, pay it forward by making a donation to St. Anthony!

#GivingTuesday is an international day of giving that brings donors, alumni and supporters in communities around the world to celebrate generosity and the impact of giving back. In the spirit of giving, please consider making a donation to St. Anthony Junior-Senior High School.

Our school’s Giving Tuesday campaign officially kicks off November 29, 2016 – however, early donations are welcome. Our campaign concludes February 17, 2017.

For over 165 years, St. Anthony has been blessed thanks to the generosity from our `ohana and Maui community. It is a tradition of giving that has enabled our students to have an affordable education amidst a learning environment based on academic excellence and rich in respect, faith and diversity.

We humbly ask for your donation and your kokua in encouraging those you know to make a contribution by naming Maui’s only Catholic junior-senior high school as a gift recipient this holiday season. Your monetary gift will have a direct impact on the lives of students of St. Anthony. It is their future … and your legacy.

Click here to make a donation online, visit


Checks are also welcome. Please make your check payable to “St. Anthony Junior-Senior High School” and mail to:

St. Anthony Junior-Senior High School, Development Office
1618 Lower Main Street, Wailuku, HI 96793
Ph: (808) 244-4190 ext. 268