Please enjoy this little video from your teachers and staff at St. Anthony School to you as we share our ALOHA to our ohana. St. Anthony School Faculty and Staff want you to know that you are really special and that we all MISS YOU so much. School is not the same without you here […]
Covid-19 Update: Distance Learning Begins on Monday, March 30, 2020 “In Person” Classes Postponed through Thursday, April 30, 2020 Dr. Mike Rockers, Superintendent of Hawaii Catholic Schools, has just released this updated directive on our response to the Covid-19 emergency. Due to our social responsibility, and in solidarity with our State leaders, all parochial schools […]
The St. Anthony Middle School Seventh and Eighth Grade Science Fair showcased a variety of interesting projects and experiments that the students had worked on over the course of several months. The students investigated, experimented and researched on topics of their interest. Working independently or in groups, the students followed the Scientific Method to form […]
St. Anthony School was well represented by two students at the Windward District Spelling Bee held at St. Ann’s School on February 10, 2020. Taylor Chun (8th grader) and Zxyrhy Esperon (7th Grader), finalists in the school’s Spelling Bee joined other Windward public and private schools tackling not only spelling words but also the added […]
At the Annual Conference for Catholic Educators (ACCE) two teachers from St. Anthony School were recognized and honored for Twenty Years of Service as Catholic educators. Ms. Claire Shannon has been a Preschool teacher teaching three-year-olds and Mr. Gier “Kepa” Stern has been teaching music, band and serving as the music liturgist for the past […]
Wondering where to get fresh hot malasadas for your office or to impress your clients for Malasada Day ? No need to worry as they will be on sale for purchase & pickup when you take your child to school on Tuesday, February 25th. Pickup starts at 5:30am at the Parish Hall Cafeteria till 8:30am […]
This Week our Gr 4 and Gr 7 students went on a field trip to the Judiciary History Center – where they participated in historic mock trials, discussion — and as time allowed, they were able to visit the Hawaii Supreme Courtroom!
Grade 4 is experimenting with chemical reactions – and created volcanoes. Your browser does not support the video tag.