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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!
  • 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.
  • Maryknoll Wins Intermediate 2 Championship with Undefeated Season

    Led by Coach Kavett, our 2021 Girls Intermediate Volleyball team had an outstanding and successful season to finish their season undefeated and Intermediate 2 Champions.  Coach Kavett and his staff opted to not make cuts this year keeping 16 players, in hopes of providing all of the girls as much on-court experience to help the Lady Spartans volleyball program continue to grow.  "It was challenging, but it ended up being very rewarding.  There were times, I felt bad for our older players.  They would win the first set so handily, that many games our younger players got to play more frequently than the 8th graders." 

    The coaching staff challenged the older, more experienced players to become leaders and help to build up the confidence of their younger teammates.  "We had a few girls on our team who I believe will play high-level college volleyball.  Our captain, Bailey Nakanelua, was a great example of why the team was successful.  She was an incredible leader on and off the court.  Bailey was like a second coach during games but also worked hard to show the younger players what hard work leads to.  The 7th graders look to her as an example of her commitment to the game.  She was patient with the girls with limited volleyball experience."  

    Overall, the volleyball season was a success.  Mixing the talent and experience of the 2026 class with the excitement and determination of the 2027 girls, the team had great balance and leadership.  They loved playing together, and it showed in the way they supported one another every step of the way.  

    "I am really happy for them.  We told the girls, if they work hard, they will be successful.  We set out to win a championship, and we were able to do so."

    #1 Sadee Dahl, Gr. 7
    #2 Kalae Kaopua, Gr. 7 
    #3 Ashley Chong, Gr. 7
    #4 Sasha Morimoto, Gr. 7
    #6 Bailey Nakanelua, Gr. 8
    #7 Jourdyn Kekauoha-Viena, Gr. 8
    #8 Megan Collier, Gr. 7
    #9 Kiyomi Asayama, Gr. 7
    #10 Kaila Di Amore
    #11 Kana Smith, Gr. 8
    #12 Skylyn Moore, Gr. 8
    #13 Hailey Bell, Gr. 8
    #14 Kalaweloilehua Chock, Gr. 8
    #15 Rylee Cabuyadao-Caswell, Gr. 8
    #17 Samantha Wu, Gr. 8
    #18 Alexandria Muha, Gr. 8

    Head Coach: Kavett Kaopua ‘88
    Asst. Coach: Michelle Nakanishi '91
    Volunteer Asst.: Blaine Gier '88

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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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