News & Calendar



List of 10 news stories.

  • 88th Annual Commencement Ceremony

    🎓 With the turning of the tassel, our Class of 2022 celebrated the end of their high school chapter. Congratulations again to all of our graduates and their families.
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  • 2022 Young Artists of Hawaii Awardees

    Last Thursday, our grade school campus hosted a special morning assembly to recognize our Spartans who took home awards from this year's 2022 Young Artists of Hawaiʻi competition at the Hawaii State Art Museum.
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  • College Signing Day 2022

    🎉🎓 On Monday, May 16, our College Guidance & Alumni Relations Team hosted a special assembly to celebrate national College Signing Day with the high school community.
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  • History Made! — Lady Spartans Claim Their First State Title!

    🏆 Congratulations to our Lady Spartans Varsity I Softball Team on winning the 2022 HHSAA Division I State Champions, becoming the first team to achieve the state title crown in our school's program!
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  • Lady Spartans Advances to State Championships!

    🥎 IT’S OFFICIAL – WE’RE HEADING TO THE CHAMPIONSHIPS! Our Lady Spartans have made school history with their first appearance D1 Softball State Tournament Finals! Join us tonight at the Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium @ 7pm to witness our Lady Spartans battle Iolani for the 2022 State Title! You can also catch the game on live TV at 6:45pm on Spectrum OC16.
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  • 2022 HPU Dual-Credit Program A.A. Recipients

    HPU celebrated the achievements of seven Maryknoll School dual-credit students receiving their A.A. degrees on May 7 at the University’s spring 2022 graduation ceremony at Aloha Tower Marketplace. The students earned their degrees from HPU before receiving their high school diplomas from Maryknoll School. All seven students will be continuing their university education.
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  • Fourth-grader Meets Taikonauts at Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C.!

    Fourth-grader Ayhan Ulusemre '30 was recently invited to attend an exclusive event at the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C., where Elon Musk and members of NASA were in attendance. Over 300 American students from 20 schools in 13 states submitted questions to three Chinese astronauts aboard the Tiangong space station, and Ayhan was one of the eight students whose question was chosen to be shared and answered by them.
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  • Pupukahi i Holomua — Lei Day 2022

    Hoʻ omaikaʻ iana Spartans, on a wonderful Lei Day program! This year's program, entitled "Pūpūkahi i Holomua" — Unite to Move Forward, was led by our Hawaiian 3 & 4 class students featuring 8th grade and high school students who have been working hard to showcase their love for the culture in this place we call home. We wanted to send a huge mahalo to all of this year's participating students, faculty, volunteers, and advisor Kumu H. Kaʻ oi Arakaki-Pedro for making this special day happen for our community to enjoy.
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  • Civil Air Patrol Change of Command Ceremony

    In partnership with the Hawaii Civil Air Patrol (CAP), Maryknoll School hosted a Change of Command Ceremony on Saturday, April 9, in MCC Gym. The event formally initiated the transfer of command from Col. John Henry Felix, a highly decorated military leader, Maryknoll CAP Squadron Commander, and former Honolulu City Councilmember to 1st Lt. Denton Alvarado, a 2016 Maryknoll alumnus and original CAP cadet graduate. This marked the first time in the program’s history that a cadet, who has graduated from both the respective school and program, will receive the honorable role of Commander.
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  • Spartan Run 2022 Surpasses $20,000 Goal!

    Despite the sporadic afternoon rain, our Spartan K-8 grade students excitedly ran, walked, and cheered each other on in our first in-person Spartan Run since the start of the pandemic. Our middle school students paired with their grade school littles to carefully guide them, while the third, fourth, and fifth graders ran with their classmates.
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Maryknoll School was founded more than 90 years ago by the Maryknoll Sisters and is Hawaii’s largest co-educational Catholic school serving students from kindergarten through grade 12. Maryknoll is at the forefront of innovation in education as the first school in Hawai‘i to offer Chinese immersion during the school day. The school is committed to creating 21st-century learners, leaders, and global citizens of character.

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