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  • A Noblesse Oblige Thanksgiving

    Mahalo Nui Loa to our wonderful Maryknoll community for coming together to donate to families in need. The spirit of Noblesse Oblige shines brightest when we all come together for the greater good!
  • Kairos #22

    From October 26-29, the Maryknoll High School had another very successful Kairos retreat.  The retreat was headed by our own Mr. Lulu and attended by a select group of high school students.  

    Every year, Maryknoll School offers a special Kairos retreat to seniors and, occasionally, to some juniors. The Greek word Kairos refers to "a special time with God." Kairos is a three-night, four-day experience led by Kairos alumni and faculty, and staff.
    At the retreat, students and adult leaders share Talks centered on the themes of knowing oneself, examining one’s relationship with family, with friends, and with God. The participants will also discern how to respond to God’s call to live a Gospel-inspired life.
    There is ample time for personal reflections, morning meditations, prayer times, small group faith sharing and community building, reconciliation service, and daily celebration of the Eucharist. While the days are packed with activities, there is plenty of time for personal rest and common recreation.
    During the entire retreat, the students are "unplugged" from the noise and distraction of the world. They are surrounded by the serenity of St. Stephen Diocesan Center and the beautiful mountain range around the Pali. At other times, the retreat may be done at the beautiful Saint Anthony Retreat Center in Kalihi Uka.
  • Virtual K-12 Open House ! — VIRTUALMARYKNOLL.COM

    Please join us for our Virtual K-12 Admission Open House on Saturday, November 6, 2021.
  • Spartan Career Day 1 - Fall 2021

    📣 DAY 1 IS A WRAP 🤝 Mahalo to all our students, moderators, and alumni speakers for making our first Spartan Career Day a success! Grades 6-12 were able to participate in a dynamic panel of alumni speakers to help them learn about becoming future leaders and global citizens.
  • Bachelot Hall Capital Campaign Featured On HI Now / Hawaii News Now

    Exciting things are happening at Maryknoll School! They are transforming their historic Bachelot Hall into a performing arts center for their students.

At Maryknoll School, The Future is Yours.

Applications are now open for the 2022-23 school year!

Discover The Maryknoll Experience

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  • Service

    Placing others before ourselves by making a conscious and meaningful effort to serve is the foundation of our community.
  • Community

    We encourage all of our students to follow their dreams, care about the world around them, and work well with others.
  • Faith

    As a Parochial, Catholic, co-educational institution, we strive to instill Christ-like values within our students.

Meet Our Community

    • A DAY IN THE LIFE: Mr. Kyle Davis


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Maryknoll’s Mandarin Immersion Program, the first in Hawaii to take place during the school day, gives students the opportunity to receive daily instruction in core subjects using a 50/50 model, 50% of each day in Mandarin and 50% in English. In addition to developing proficiency in a second language, research shows that immersion students achieve the same levels of competence, or better, in academic subjects including English, in addition to many cognitive benefits. 

Immersion integrates language and content and is based on the principle that language is acquired most effectively when learned in a meaningful social context. The School curriculum provides a natural basis for second language learning. 


Through an exciting partnership with Hawai‘i Pacific University (HPU), Maryknoll High School juniors and seniors have the option of taking courses at HPU for dual credit at no additional tuition cost.
Students who complete sufficient credits may even earn an HPU Associate of Arts degree at the same time as their Maryknoll high school diploma, potentially resulting in significant savings of up to two years' worth of time and undergraduate tuition.
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