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St. Anthony Junior/Senior High

1618 Lower Main Street
Wailuku, HI 96793
808-244-4190

Websites: (school site) http://sasmaui.org    http://sastrojans.com (athletic site)

School Info
Founded: 1848
Enrollment: 350, grades 7-12
Location: Wailuku, pop. 55,000
Accreditation: Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA), and the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools (HAIS).
Mascot: Trojan
Colors: Navy Blue and Gold
Motto: Fortes in Unitate (Strength in Unity)

Student Composition
Families receiving Financial Aid: 30%
Number of students per grade level (avg): 51
Number of students per class (avg): 16
Student to faculty ratio: 12 to 1
Catholic students: 52%

Mission
St. Anthony Junior Senior High School educates young men and women of Maui, in the Catholic and Marianist spirit, which nurtures compassion and enhances competence for faith-filled service to others.

Philosophy
St. Anthony is a living and dynamic Christian community of learning, whose purpose is to bring life to a Christian maturity in the Catholic tradition for God's people in the contemporary world.

Those who belong to the St. Anthony Ohana share this vision and have a strong sense of community, which emphasize the Characteristic Themes and Practices of Education in the Marianist Tradition.

  • Educate in Family Spirit
  • Educate for the Formation of Faith
  • Provide an Integral, Quality Education
  • Educate for Service, Justice and Peace
  • Educate for Adaptation and Change
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    MAUI CATHOLIC SCHOOLS VISION STATEMENT

     Maui Catholic Schools are dedicated to a rich and sustaining education for the children of Maui. Based on the spiritual and moral values taught by the Catholic philosophy of life, academic excellence, and a well-rounded curricula, Maui Catholic Schools will continually strive to improve all aspects of education to best prepare students and families for the 21st Century.

    Our schools recognize parents as the primary educators of their children. The strength of the co-operative partnership among the students, the parents, the teachers, and the general community served, provides a nurturing environment. This encourages students to be productive citizens, who have sound moral principles and demonstrate Catholic values in their daily lives, in and outside of school.

    Our schools welcome children of all abilities, ethnicity and spiritual beliefs. All adult members of school staff are committed to serving as role models in the teaching ministry, as Christ taught…by word, by example, by love and with justice tempered by mercy.

    We provide a Christ-centered education in a safe, structured and caring environment, and encourage students to reach and exceed their potential. Maui Catholic Schools create life long learners, community service-givers, and responsible, productive citizens.