📣 SAVE THE DATE for Alumni Week 2024!

Mark your calendars and SAVE THE DATE for our upcoming Alumni Week Festivities!

The Alumni Office and the Alumni Association are collaborating to revamp and plan events that cater to all Spartans. We're thrilled to reveal what's in store, as Maryknoll will forever be our cherished home.

Your support is crucial to the success of our event, and your attendance will not only make it a memorable experience for you but will also contribute to the growth and development of our alumni ʻohana. These events will be a great opportunity to reconnect with old friends, network with fellow alumni, and make new connections.

We have many classes planning to have their reunion using Alumni Week as their venue. Contact your class rep and start planning! If you do not have a class rep and are interested in becoming a class rep, please visit
This is a chance to reminisce about the good old days and make new memories with fellow alumni. The purpose of Alumni Week is to come together to build and strengthen our Spartan Network.
Enjoy special activities, games, prizes, events, food, surprises... the list goes on! Please bring your family, friends, and former classmates — you truly do not want to miss out on new fun additions added to each day!

Stay tuned for updates and mahalo for your support,

Chasen Giovanni St. Onge ‘09
Alumni Relations/Mentor Program Officer

Welcome Home, Spartans!

The Maryknoll School Alumni Association provides an important link between our diverse and accomplished alumni and their former classmates, teachers, and the school in general. Comprised of a dedicated group of volunteers, the Association not only circulates news and information about the school but also plans and executes events throughout the year with the goal of establishing new connections and fostering old ones.

Please explore this section to learn more about the Maryknoll School Alumni Association and how you can get involved with the school.

Purpose of Organization

The purpose of the Maryknoll Alumni Association (MAA) is to advance and contribute to the interests of Maryknoll School and its welfare. The MAA offers educational, social, and cultural programs, including community activities and special projects, to promote and foster a spirit of Spartan fellowship and goodwill.


All former students of Maryknoll School shall be members of the Association (non-graduates will become members once their class has graduated). Honorary membership may be proposed by any member of the Association and conferred by a majority vote of the Alumni Council.


The officers of the Association consist of a President, Vice President, and Secretary. The Council consists of no more than 20 members, including the officers, the immediate past President, the Director of Development, and one alumni-at-large representative from each class decade beginning with the 1930s.

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