News & Calendar


List of 10 news stories.

  • Welcome Back Spartans!

    Maryknoll School
    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

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  • The Chaordic Future: How Maryknoll High School Redesigned the Day for Future

    Isabella Cravens '18 & Ms. Robyn Gausman-Burnett
    Chaordic: A harmonious coexistence between chaos and order; from Dee Hock’s seminal book Birth of the Chaoridc Age.
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  • Character Lessons Transcend Classroom to Epilepsy Awareness Baseball Game

    Melissa Yamaguchi
    My son Brennan Yamaguchi, Class of 2027, had learned about Maryknoll’s motto Noblesse Oblige (“To whom much is given, much is expected”), through service projects with his class, and listened to character lessons from his teachers. So when he heard one of his classmates had epilepsy, he felt a personal responsibility to spread awareness and friendship so she would not feel alone in the fight.
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  • Inspired by Service to Others: Living the Legacy of the Maryknoll Sisters

    Chasen St. Onge '09
    The Maryknoll Sisters who founded our school believed in service to others. For them, service was more than just volunteering a few hours here and there a couple of times per year. It was a paradigm that guided their actions and decisions to seek the greatest benefit for others and create positive change in our community.
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  • How an Immersion Program Prepares Your Child for Global Opportunities

    Jill Takasaki Canfield
    As the world becomes increasingly globalized, the benefits of being multilingual are constantly increasing. You may have heard that an educational model called immersion is spreading throughout the U.S. that offers families the option of an immersive approach to learning a new language that increases children's cognitive development and supports bilingual fluency from a young age.
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  • Creating Hybrid Learning Opportunities for Digital Natives

    Allysha Mae Mateo '18 & Nohealani Hee '18
    In our opinion Hybrid Classes are the most effortless type of learning for students today. As teenagers we base everything around technology and the internet; we live on our phones, tablets, and laptops. Hybrid classes were first introduced to us this year; we had the opportunity to participate in hybrid classes with Marketing, Business, and Entrepreneurship classes as part of the Maryknoll Mx Business program. These classes implement a teaching and learning style where half of the time we are in class-face to face with teachers and the other half we are completing work online. This type of class taught us how to develop as an individual while learning time management, responsibility, and how to utilize components of technology in a productive way.
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  • Come Learn, Live, and Share the Splendor of Truth

    Leonardo Delgado
    Choosing a school for our children can be a daunting task. We examine the status of the curricular and extra-curricular offerings of each school we are considering. We want to make sure that the basic education is done in the most excellent way. 
          Academic excellence is a given expectation. Every school claims that they have the bestpreparation for students to make it in college. Still, we are challenged in choosing the right one. Exactly, what are we looking for in a school?
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  • Working Hard Both On and Off the Court

    Kehau Gilliland '18
    Looking out into Heʻeia Fishpond, I can see many years of hard work right before my eyes. My ancestors spent years passing rocks from mauka (mountain) to makai (ocean). The intelligence of our kupuna is why this fishpond has been feeding so many past generations. It was the legacy that was left for my generation’s kuleana to maintain this fishpond. I’ve volunteered at Paepae ʻo Heʻeia numerous times and each time I go, the experience makes me want to come back even more.
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  • Finding the Perfect Private School for your Child

    Lori Carlos '87
    Every child is unique, as is every school. With more than 90 different private schools on O‘ahu, finding the perfect one for your child can be a challenge. Location, cost, curriculum, and extracurricular activities are just a sample of the things parents should consider when evaluating schools. Parents should also think about things such as:
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  • Bridging Cultures on Basketball Court

    Noah Furtado '21
    Even with an increasingly globalized world, it is still easy for people to view only the surface of countries separated by long stretches of ocean. For many, storied political tensions, like those between China and the U.S., distort our vision because many are without personal experiences in these foreign nations. Through Maryknoll School’s Common Goal Diplomacy Program, we not only experienced educational diplomacy among peers, but we also witnessed the significance of cultural exchange and the finding of common ground.
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