Adult - $7.00 Senior - $5.00 (62 and over) Student - $5.00 (6 years - High School)
ALLOWED FREE ADMISSION
ILH All-Sport Pass
Varsity Team Rosters - Damien, Hanalani, Iolani, KS-Kapalama, Maryknoll, Mid-Pacific, PAC-5, Punahou, Saint Francis, Saint Louis
Adult Activity Card - Must present the ILH Adult Activity Card with the cardholders name on it and show their drivers license/ID Card. This pass is embossed with the ILH logo. Only if the varsity team is scheduled to play on that date at admission site for free access.
Student I.D. Card - Must present a current school year Student I.D. Card with a student photo and name of school. Presentation on a smart device or printed paper copy shall not be accepted. Only if the varsity team is scheduled to play on that date at admission site for free access.
On Saturday, March 16th, Maryknoll students, families and staff members volunteered and participated in the first ever Keiki Rainbow Run, hosted by the Blue Zones Project Hawaii. In total, over 2,000 keiki and family members came out for this 1.2-mile fun-run around the University of Hawaii at Manoa’s Clarence T.C. Ching Field. For every keiki registration, $15 was donated to their school for P.E. and nutrition programs (and 100% of early bird keiki registration fees went directly to the registrant's school). The event's participants collectively raised over $20,000 for physical education and nutrition programs in Oahu schools.
Calling all Bold, Brave, Spartans! We have just launched our Boys Basketball State Championship Online Pop-Up Store! Commemorate our Boys Basketball championship win with apparel in different styles, colors, and cuts!
Be sure to visit the pop-up store and place your orders before Friday, March 22nd!
On Thursday, March 14, we celebrated Pi Day at Maryknoll! Our biggest activity was a week-long auction for students to vie for the winning bid to pie one of 25 teachers who volunteered. Proceeds from the auction were raised for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. More than $1,200 was raised for research and treatment of blood cancers, an ailment that also affects loved ones of our Maryknoll Community. Each teacher was pied by their winning bidders, to the delight of all who watched and cream and crust flew through the air!
Hawaii Catholic Schools Teacher of the Year Award - The Golden Pineapple
Chaminade University and Hawaii Catholic Schools are pleased to announce that nominations are currently being accepted for the 2018-19 Hawaii Catholic Schools Teacher of the Year. This award recognizes excellence in teaching within the Catholic Schools in the State of Hawaii. For 2018-19, the recipient of the award will receive the Pine “apple" trophy and a check for $1,000.
On Monday, March 11th, our Spartan Jazz Band was treated to a special masterclass visit from jazz musician Dean Taba. Mr. Taba is among the greatest jazz musicians on Oahu, and has made his mark as one of the premier bassists on the island. Mr. Taba also serves as the director of the Hawaii Youth Symphony Combo and the Jazz Band of The University of Hawaii at Manoa.
On Thursday, March 7th, Maryknoll School hosted the 7th Annual Hawaii Catholic Schools (HCS) Choral Festival at the Maryknoll Community Center. The singing celebration featured meticulously-crafted performances by choirs representing a record 15 Catholic schools across the island. This year's theme was "An Attitude of Gratitude".
Congrats to our Middle School Choir for a job well done representing our school at this year's choral festival!
Maryknoll School invites all lifelong learners to experience an unforgettable summer. Your child can explore their interests and accelerate their academics through a variety of our K-12 programs. With programs from Chinese Immersion and basketball to app building and art, your child’s summer is sure to be memorable.
The Japan-America Society of Hawaii - Japan Wizards Statewide Academic Team Competition (JWC) was held this past Saturday at Tokai University in Kapolei. Out of the 42 teams that entered the competition, our Advanced Team B took 3rd place!
Below are the two teams that represented Maryknoll this year:
Team A: Beginning - Lauren Kim '21, Taryn Nakagawa '21, and Kiara Yonamine '21 Team B: Advanced - Conner Furuta '20, Ian Takahashi '19, and Nick Watson '19
Our Bold, Brave, Spartans clinched Maryknoll’s first Boys Basketball Division I state title in over 34 years with their thrilling 50-34 win over defending state champion Punahou! Our boys would like to extend their thanks and mahalo to all of the Spartan fans, supporters, family, friends, faculty, staff, alumni, and coaches that cheered them on and supported them all season! Way to go boys on a hard-fought season and congrats on this special win!
Our Bold, Brave, Spartans advance to the HHSAA Division I State Championship Game after their 47-29 semifinal win over Kailua High School. Our Spartans will take on Punahou tonight (Saturday 2/23) at 7:00PM at the Stan Sheriff Center for the 2019 state championship title.
The game will also be broadcast live on Spectrum OC16! Be sure to come out and cheer on our Spartans as they seek their first Division I state championship since 1984!
Cheer on our Boys Basketball Team tonight at 7:00PM at the Stan Sheriff Center, where they'll take on Kailua High School in the semifinal round of the HHSAA State Basketball Tournament! The game will also be broadcast live tonight on Spectrum OC16! Be sure to come out, wear your maroon and gold, and cheer on our Spartans!
Congratulations to our Boys Varsity Basketball Team on clinching the 2019 ILH Division I Championship with their 55-42 win over #2 ranked Punahou on Monday, February 12th at the Maryknoll Community Center! These Bold, Brave Spartans have also earned a seeded berth and first-round bye in the HHSAA State Basketball Tournament next week! Way to go Spartans!
Congrats to our LifeSmarts Team! On Saturday, February 9th, our LifeSmarts team (one of four schools to compete at the state level) took 2nd place overall! Maryknoll qualified for Hawaii LifeSmarts state competition by placing in the top four in the online competition in December. The other three teams in the top 4 were Punahou School, Iolani School, and Waipahu High School.
We're excited to share that our Chinese Immersion Program — the only school-day Mandarin immersion program in Hawaii — will be expanding through the sixth grade over the next five years. Through a generous $225,000 donation from local philanthropist and Maryknoll alumnus Douglas "Doug" Ho '60, we will further develop the Chinese/English curriculum for grades 2-6, provide even more faculty development, and enhanced learning tools for the program over the next five years.
Each year, Hawaii Catholic Schools hosts the Annual Conference For Catholic School Educators during Catholic Schools Week. During this professional development conference, faculty and staff celebrating work anniversary milestones are also recognized for their service to Hawaii Catholic Schools. This year, we celebrated seven Maryknoll faculty and staff members for their service to our school.
Each year, our 6th grade class travels to Hawaii Island (the Big Island) as a way of experiencing Hawaiian culture, values, and history, while making integrated connections with different subject areas, with a special emphasis on science and social studies. They arrived in Kona on Wednesday, January 23rd and returned to Oahu on Friday, January 25th.
10AM: Pre-game festivities in the Kosasa Garden next to the Maryknoll Community Center for parents, students, faculty and staff 🌭 10:30AM: Spartan Walkthrough - Cheer on our two teams as they join us in the Kosassa Garden! 11AM: Alumni pre-game reception and pupus in the Alumni Hospitality Room 🍿 Noon: Girls Varsity Basketball vs Kamehameha 🏀 *Homecoming Court 👑 introduced between games* 2PM: Boys Varsity Basketball vs Punahou 🏀 We hope to see you all there, cheering on our #BoldBraveSpartans in your Maroon and Gold! You can also catch all the action streaming live online at maryknollschool.org/live! Let’s go Spartans!!!
Please know that we are sensitive to the challenges you and your families are facing as you consider schools in the near future. In light of this unfortunate situation, we are doing what we can for those families who are considering continuing their child’s Catholic education at Maryknoll School. Maryknoll provides a nurturing, caring and tight-knit community, and shares many of the same values that you’ve become accustomed to at Saint Francis.
To help navigate the admission process, we have developed a streamlined admission information sheet for you and your families.