St. Anthony School Kailua

St. Anthony School Student Art Show!


YOU ARE INVITED!

ST. ANTHONY SCHOOL

STUDENT ART SHOW

Friday, April 26th | 5:00-7:00PM Parish Hall

Celebrate our students and the sweeter side of art with dessert-themed

Masterpieces inspired by artists Wayne Thiebaud and Peter Anton. Join us for refreshments and enter your child’s class in a drawing for a special surprise. Drop in anytime; family and friends welcome!

Spain Trip 2024


¡Hola from Spain! Our students have returned from an unforgettable adventure filled with culture, exploration, and countless memories. From the bustling streets of Madrid to the stunning architecture of Barcelona, they’ve soaked in every moment of this enriching experience.  Pictures can’t capture the full essence of their journey, but they certainly provide a glimpse into the excitement and joy they’ve experienced. Ms. Stewart, our fearless leader, shared tales of their quest for statues of St. Anthony, and it sounds like they had quite the successful mission!  Each story shared is a testament to the curiosity and enthusiasm of our students, as well as the dedication of our staff in providing them with such incredible opportunities. Gracias to everyone who made this trip possible, and to our students for representing our school with such passion and spirit. ¡Viva España!

Campus Spring Cleaning!


Spring has sprung on campus, and we’re embracing the season with a fresh start!  Thanks to the hard work of our dedicated team and the generosity of our community, our campus is looking better than ever. The courtyard has received a makeover with resurfacing and restriping, providing a vibrant space for students to enjoy. Our classrooms have been treated to deep cleaning sessions by Immaculate Cleaning, ensuring a tidy and welcoming environment for learning. Special thanks to MD Restoration for breathing new life into the carpets in the ELC, creating a cozy atmosphere for our little ones. And let’s not forget the lanais and sidewalks, which have been revitalized thanks to the kindness of the Pierce family from South Pacific Pressure Wash LLC. Their aloha spirit and commitment to our school shine through in every clean surface. Mahalo to everyone involved for their dedication to keeping our campus beautiful and inviting. Here’s to a sparkling spring season ahead!

 

Join us at the Jolly Jamboree Friday, Dec. 1st


Please join us at the St. Anthony School PTSG Jolly Jamboree this Friday, December 1st!

Shop at the Holiday Craft Fair –  opens at 4:30 PM

Enjoy the Trolley Rides and Pasta Dinner – service begins at 5:00 PM.

Decorate cookies and ornaments!

See Santa!

Jolly Jamboree – Craft Fair, Trolley Rides, Pasta Dinner, Santa, Fun Activities

Watch the Virtual Blessing of the Animals!


St. Anthony School traditionally celebrates the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi with a blessing of our family pets on campus. This year we honored this tradition virtually!Families submitted photos of their pets and Fr. Roel did a virtual blessing of all our pets! Please enjoy this FUN FILLED video!

“Yappy” Feast of St. Francis!

Ring Your Bell for Peace Day!


Today, September 21st, St. Anthony School celebrated Peace Day by taking part in “Ring Your Bell for Peace Day.” The organizers of this event, Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii, invited young people from around the world to partake in this celebration.

Joining with churches, schools and individuals from across the state, country and other nations, 7th Grader, Samantha Diaz and 8th Grader, Tori Peterson, watched the virtual opening ceremony on zoom. The ceremony began at 12:00PM with Bishop Eric Matsumoto of Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii, who led a minute of silence, honoring all those who have sacrificed for the achievement of peace. At 12:01PM Samantha and Tori began to ring the St Anthony Church bell for 5 continuous minutes. The sound of the bells ringing was a reminder for all who heard them to work towards peace.

The students were able to participate in a world peace initiative centered on youth as leaders of peace in our world. The rest of the school were able to join in from their classrooms as the church bell’s tone peeled loudly across the campus and beyond!

It was a great idea and the organizers hope to continue it each year. May we be inspired by the efforts of the Buddhist Temples of Honpa Hongwanji Mission and Bishop Larry Silva to live with kindness, respect, peace and Aloha.

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