We hope you can join us next Wednesday for Mākeke On The Lawn! This will be our biggest On The Lawn to date, jam-packed with a huge lineup of food and shopping vendors, fun games and activities for the entire ʻohana, and entertainment by Grammy-nominated Hawaiian music artist Josh Tatofi!
We are now almost halfway through September, and that means Foodland’s Give Aloha program has a little over two weeks left to make a donation to Maryknoll School! Now through September 30th, donate to Maryknoll School (#77974) up to $249 at any Foodland, Foodland Farms, or Sack N Save statewide, and Foodland will donate a portion of the Give Aloha funds to match!
Maryknoll School offers families a nurturing environment focused on Faith, Academics, & Community. Our students are part of an incredible educational experience of growth and preparation for life’s journey.
It's the month to #GiveAloha! — During September, Maika’i members are encouraged to make donations of up to $249 to Maryknoll School at any Foodland, Foodland Farms, or Sack N Save statewide. Make sure to let the cashier know you would like your donation to go to Maryknoll School #77974.
In the spirit of Noblesse Oblige and in light of the current situation in Maui, Maryknoll School will be responding to the needs of those directly affected by the ongoing crises there. The situation remains dire, and the needs are great. It is our hope that we can reach the displaced and/or affected families in Maui through our efforts that are being coordinated through homeroom teachers.
Sacred Heart Church will be holding its annual Religious Education registration for our Pre-K – 12 students and families. These programs are designed to deepen understanding of the Catholic faith and foster a personal relationship with God.
We are beyond words and overflowing with joy to see that everyone had a fantastic time at our annual Alumni Lūʻau. Firstly, I want to express my gratitude to God for reminding us of his love and fostering a strong sense of community among our alumni throughout the years.
Mahalo to our Spartan community for the overwhelming response and unwavering support shown during our 3rd annual Spartan Giving Day! We are thrilled to report that our collective efforts raised an incredible amount of $53,515 — a testament to the unwavering dedication and generosity of our community.
Congratulations to our talented student artists! Our 2023 Young Artists of Hawai'i Art Award winners will be recognized at the Hawaii State Art Museum, opening tomorrow, Saturday, May 20, @ 2pm. Your creativity and dedication inspire us all.
Introducing the new 2023 LIFESMARTS NATIONAL CHAMPIONS! — With over 42 teams representing 30 states and the District of Columbia, Team Hawaii from Maryknoll School clinched the 1st place title after 3 days of competition amongst the best and the brightest.
For this installment of our Spartan Spotlight series, we highlight two alumnae perpetuating our local Chinese culture through pageantry: 1st Princess, Ms. Jacelyn Ho '20, and 2nd Princess, Ms. Kelly Yee '13. We had the opportunity to bring them back on campus to talk story, spend time with former teachers, and even pass out fortune cookies to our grade school students!
Join us tomorrow to cheer on our #MaryknollSpartechs 2441 robotics team as they compete against teams from around the world at the UH Stan Sherrif Center for this year‘s 2023 FIRST Robotics Competition 2023 Hawaii Regional!
🛰️ Congratulations to 8th-grader Maya Kimura '27, who recently had the incredible opportunity to speak with @NASA engineers about the Perseverance Mars Rover. Maya was one of only 11 students across the country recognized by NASA for their academic work, community service, and determination in hopes that connecting students will help them see how NASA scientists and engineers also face challenging situations and succeed through perseverance.
Yesterday, our community gathered to celebrate Founders Day. On February 14, 1920, the Maryknoll Sisters were officially recognized as a religious community, with Mother Mary Joseph (Mollie Rogers) as their founding superior. Mother Mary Joseph Rogers is seen as one of the Co-Founders of Maryknoll, along with Father James Anthony Walsh and Father Thomas Frederick Price.