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Saint Louis School and Sacred Hearts Academy

An aerial view of Saint Louis School in 1931.

Photo: courtesy of Saint Louis School

During the War Years, Saint Louis School turned into a hospital, as depicted in this illustration.

Photo: courtesy of Saint Louis School


In September 1909, Sacred Hearts Academy welcomed its first 94 students to a campus in Kaimuki circumscribed by overgrown kiawe and guava trees. Its scholastic neighbor, Saint Louis School, was founded much earlier, in 1846, but didn’t migrate to Waialae Avenue until 1928. Today, the schools’ close proximity make them easy pairs for school dances and cultural programs, such as the Annual Ohana Festival.

3142 and 3253 Waialae Ave.

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