Christmas is a special time for us! It is filled with excitement, traditions, and fun times together. Our campus was buzzing with Christmas spirit as students enjoyed holiday festivities, from ornament making to gingerbread house building, throughout the month!
Last week, we inducted new members to the National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society. These well-rounded students exemplify the organization's four pillars: scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Congratulations and Noblesse Oblige!
There’s a big day for giving thanks, and several more for scoring shopping deals, so why not get involved in giving back? Today is #GivingTuesday, a day when communities come together to make a difference. Supporting the Annual Investment in Maryknoll (AIM) is a great way to support Maryknoll School.
Today is a wonderful opportunity to discover the Maryknoll experience and learn about our academic and extracurricular offerings. We hope that you’re able to leave today with just a small glimpse of what Maryknoll is all about and witness first-hand what makes our school a vibrant and special place to be a part of.
Students from pre-K – 2 got to go trick-or-treating in the “Haunted Hallways” of our Grade School campus, while at the high school, our student senate hosted their annual Cat Walk event, featuring a costume contest between each advisory! 🎃
For the next installment of our "On The Lawn" series, we'll be featuring a family favorite, Disney Pixar's Coco! Please join us on Wednesday, October 5, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM for an evening under the stars with delicious food, desserts, and entertainment — all on the Great Lawn at our Grade & Middle School Campus.
Today is a day to recognize all that priests do for our communities, both seen and unseen. It is a day to reflect upon and affirm the central role of the priesthood in the life of the Church because, without the priest, the Mass and the Sacraments could not be offered. Maryknoll School is blessed to have Father EJ Resinto, and we want to send a special mahalo for his leadership and guidance.
This year marks our 95th anniversary in Hawaii, and we were honored to welcome the Most Reverend Bishop Larry Silva, our Maryknoll Sisters, Catholic Charities Hawaii, superintendent Dr. Llewellyn Young, Maryknoll board members, and other esteemed guests to help us commemorate our rich history and valued traditions in Catholic education.
Spirit Week is an annual tradition where our grade and high school students dress up and encourage each other to get out of their comfort zone, be creative, and show their Spartan pride! Stay tuned for updated photos and videos throughout the week!
Our sister organization, Catholic Charities Hawaii, and two fellow alumnae leaders were proudly featured as the cover story for today's Midweek newspaper! Catholic Charities Hawaii is celebrating its 75th Anniversary with two of our very own leading their amazing mission two serve as a beacon of hope for the state's most vulnerable populations.
Today was Club Day at the High School, and students were able to meet and learn about all the different clubs offered this school year! With over 30 clubs available to choose from, the opportunities students receive by participating help develop communication, teamwork, and leadership skills.
We were so happy to see our pre-k through gr. 12 Spartans at Praise & Worship this morning! Our entire school community gathered for fellowship, prayer, and song, ending with the singing of our alma mater!
Mahalo to everyone that attended our first Evening On The Lawn of the new school year! You helped to make our event a great success! It's hard to believe that it's been more than two years since our last community event on the Great Lawn, and we were blessed with great weather and generations of Spartan families in attendance