2016 Private School Guide



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St. Elizabeth School

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St. Elizabeth School was established in 1964 under the Sacred Hearts Fathers and staffed by the Dominican Sisters of the Most Holy Rosary. Currently staffed by the Diocesan Priests, Dominican Sisters and lay instructors, we are a community where learning, truth, and values meet. More than 1200 of our graduates have successfully entered the job force as graduates from Catholic high schools and universities. As a K-8 co-ed school, we are dedicated to developing the whole person through lifelong learning skills. We strive for academic excellence through a curriculum that integrates Catholic truths and values, fostering care, respect, compassion, diversity, and student responsibility in accordance with the teachings of Jesus Christ. We also promote optimal learning through spiritual, intellectual, psychological, physical and sociological development.

 


 

99-310 Moanalua Road, Aiea, Hawaii 96701, (808) 488-5322, Steliz-Hi.org

 


 

St. Joseph School

Photo: St Joseph School

Immersed in Catholic values and providing a challenging 21st century skills curriculum, this preschool to grade 12 East Hawaii Island school combines the best of spiritual traditions and contemporary educational innovations. Starting with an excellent Montessori-based preschool, St. Joseph School offers a comprehensive college prep curriculum taught in small classes by dedicated teachers. Diverse extracurricular, sports and community service activities develop well-rounded and responsible students. 

 

In its safe, caring and disciplined school environment and utilizing collaborative, critical thinking project-based learning skills, students have excelled in new AP computer and engineering classes, robotics, service learning recognitions, competitive hula halau, and more.  

 

Academically knowledgeable, global-minded, culturally appreciative and self-disciplined with strong moral values, 100 percent of St. Joseph graduates are accepted to pursue higher education. 

 


 

1000 Ululani St., Hilo, HI, (808) 935-4936, SJSHilo.com

 

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