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  • Micaiah Cape '22 for

    Micaiah Cape '22 is Noblesse Oblige in action! An academic in his own rite, Cape published an article in titled "Astronomical Use of Nitrous Oxide Associated With Stress From the COVID-19 Pandemic and Lockdown". At Maryknoll School, Cape is pursuing a certificate in STEM in the Maryknoll Pathway program!

    In late 2020, Cape volunteered as a research assistant at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Hawaii, John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM), supervised by Dr. William Haning, a recognized addiction psychiatrist and board member of UH Board of Regents. The two presented their research at the Hawaii Addiction Conference as well as the Biomedical Symposium at JABSOM.

    We are inspired by Cape's drive and intellect and cannot wait to see what more he discovers! To learn more about Maryknoll's Pathway Program and STEM opportunities at Maryknoll, visit our website.

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  • 5th Graders Cultural Exchange - Virtual Campus Tour

    Today, our 5th graders shared a virtual tour exchange with Naragakuen School in Japan.  The students at Naragakuen shared through a WebEx virtual meeting their beautiful campus, followed by the Maryknoll students sharing this campus tour video.

    This event marks the first in a year-long cultural exchange, a partnership that the two schools have been fostering since 2013. Maryknoll School prioritizes not only learning about other cultures but empathizing and creating a space where multiculturalism is celebrated.
  • Maryknoll Celebrates Spirit Week

    Maryknoll Students Celebrated Spirit Week 2021 on September 20-24 with creative outfits and lots of school spirit.

    A special thanks to our HS student leadership team for planning all of the themes and fun activities for the week.
  • Give Aloha with Foodland

    It's that time of the year again! For the month of September, Maryknoll School is partnering with Foodland in their annual Give Aloha Community Matching Gifts Program!

    If you would like to make a donation while shopping at Foodland, Sack N' Save, or Foodland Farms, be sure to use Maryknoll's code 77974. Please submit a copy of your receipt(s) to the Office of Institutional Advancement at Maryknoll School so we may express our appreciation for your gift!

    For more information, visit

    Mahalo for continuing to support Maryknoll School!
  • Welcome Back Spartans!

    Aloha Spartans, we have been looking forward to this day as we welcomed our students back on campus for the 2021 - 2022 school year. We can't wait for all the exciting memories we will make together as a community as we continue to stay #SpartanStrong!

    Photos by: Kyle Roche '18

At Maryknoll School, The Future is Yours.

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

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    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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