Saint Louis School
Brotherhood for Life
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Since 1846, Saint Louis School has dedicated itself to building tomorrow’s leaders and renews this commitment with an emphasis upon the Six A’s of Excellence:
A robust advanced placement program and college preparatory curriculum produces award-winning students in robotics, mathematics and other disciplines. Dartmouth, Boston University and William & Mary are just a few of the educational institutions to which this year’s graduates have been accepted.
The only school in America offering both Civil Air Patrol and junior ROTC programs, Saint Louis continues to graduate a legendary roll of proven leaders including former Gov. John Burns; businessman Walter Dods; and Army Lt. Gen. Joseph Peterson, the highest ranked military officer of Hawaiian ancestry in America’s history.
Another state championship and national football ranking are just the tip of an athletics program rich in history here in Hawai‘i. A handful of graduates move on to enjoy success in both college and professional athletics including Titans QB Marcus Mariota and Tua Tagovailoa, QB of the national championship football team at the University of Alabama.
Rooted in Marianist values that encourage giving back to those in need, Saint Louis students model themselves after such notable alumni as Clarence T.C. Ching and Tony Guerrero, just to name a few.
From an award-winning hula hālau to major productions performed each year in Saint Louis School’s Mamiya Theatre, the arts play an important role at Saint Louis, which features both Hawai‘i’s oldest high school band and a brand new string orchestra. Former students include four generations of the Kamaka ukulele family as well as contemporary artists like Dean Pitchford, a writer on the hit movie Footloose and the legendary performer George Helm.
Spirituality plays a central role at Hawai‘i’s only K-12 Catholic school for young men, including spiritual retreats, Mass, music and prayer. Notable servant leaders include Bishop Stephen Alencastre and Saint Damien of Moloka’i.
3142 Wai‘alae Ave., Honolulu, HI 96816, (808) 739-4832, SaintLouisHawaii.org