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  • Maya Kimura '27 Leads the Charge Towards a Plastic-Free Future with NOAA's Ocean Guardian Youth Program

    🌍 #SpartanShoutout to 9th grader Maya Kimura '27 for joining the NOAA Ocean Guardian Youth Ambassador Cohort 2 Program — embarking on a mission to usher our community into a brighter, plastic-free future. Maya presented her campaign to the 4th-grade class yesterday to spark a wave of change, informing students about our plastics problem & to make changes towards eliminating plastic use to help preserve our wildlife, oceans, and eco-system.
  • Catholic Charities Hawaii Easter Basket Drive

    Mahalo to our Maryknoll ‘Ohana for their incredible generosity in this Easter season! With the support of our students, families, and faculty & staff, we were able to adopt 65 families in need, embodying the spirit of Noblesse Oblige.
  • Another Spartan Run in the Books!

    Thank you to everyone who participated and fundraised for our 5th Annual Spartan Run! We exceeded our fundraising goal, and we couldn’t have done it without all of you! Every gift enhances the Maryknoll experience for students to help fund critical needs of the school, from technology and supplies to opportunities for professional development for our faculty. Whether you were running, cheering, or dancing, we hope everyone had fun at the Spartan Run!
  • Lady Spartans Wins First State Basketball Title Since 1978!

    Congratulations to our Lady Spartans, who were crowned as 2024 Div II HHSAA Girls Basketball Champions! 
  • PAC-5 Clinches Third Consecutive Girls’ Soccer State Title

    Congratulations again to our 3-time Pac-Five Girls Varsity II Soccer State Champions! In the division II girls soccer championship match on Saturday at the Waipio Peninsula Soccer Complex, Pac-Five recorded 1-0 win over Kamehameha-Hawai‘i after two overtimes and penalty kicks.

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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.

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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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The year before kindergarten is a time of tremendous growth. As a parent, you want your child to enjoy this stage while building the right skills for the steps ahead.

Our program provides opportunities for each child to cultivate knowledge, self-discipline, creativity, and spiritual and physical growth. We believe in creating a warm and loving environment where children can learn about themselves, gain an understanding of others and develop strong self-esteem.
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