Hawaii Business Magazine Recognizes Maryknoll School as one of Hawaii’s Best Places to Work
Hawaii Business Magazine honored Maryknoll School by naming the institution one of the Best Places to Work in Hawaii, for the fourth year in a row. Read More
Maryknoll School is accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA) and is co-accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools (HAIS).
Brie Bella of Maryknoll School wins 2014 USA Judo Youth and Scholastic National Championship
On March 22, Maryknoll’s own Brie Bella won the 2014 Female Intermediate 2 -28 kg. division at the Youth & Scholastic National Championships. Brie travelled with her team, Hawaii Tenri Judo Club, to Irving, Texas to compete with more than 600 of her peers from all over the United States. Brie has been doing judo with Hawaii Tenri Club since she was five. Her father and brother are also judo champions, so the love for the sport runs in the family. Read More
8th Grade 2014 East Coast Trip
Maryknoll students embarked on their annual and much anticipated eighth grade trip on Thursday, March 20. Each year, the eighth grade class travels together on an educational and very memorable trip that they wait for all year long. An excited bunch of 40 students and four teachers are taking part in the “2014 D.C. Trip.” Read more
What Color is Your Parachute for Teens Workshop
Maryknoll School’s Counseling & Guidance Department invites high school students, parents, and educators to spend an evening with Carol Christen, career strategist and co-author of What Color is Your Parachute? For Teens. Author Carol Christen will share findings from more than a decade of research as to how students can make their personal and professional dreams come true with smart college and career planning.