Maui’s School Guide 2017!
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Emmanuel Lutheran School and Preschool
520 West One Street, Kahului • 873-6339 (Preschool) / 873-6334 (School)
The purpose of Emmanuel Lutheran School is to provide a high quality, Christ-centered education. Our educational practices are based on the belief that each child is capable of three things: learning, leading by example and serving.
Ka’ahumanu Hou Christian School
777 Mokulele Highway, Kahului • 871-2477
Ka’ahumanu Hou Christian School is committed to: “Changing Hearts To Renew The Mind” and “Establishing life long Christians in order to develop a Heritage of Faith with servitude to the church, community, and other.” Romans 12:2.
Maui Adventist School
261 S. Puunene Ave, Kahului • 877-7813
Maui Adventist School is committed to providing its students with a Christian education in a safe environment. Our goal is to provide learning experiences for spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional, and social growth.
St. Anthony Grade School
1627A Mill Street, Wailuku • 244-4976
St. Anthony Grade School is a Catholic faith community. We believe in the development of the whole child, spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, socially, physically, and culturally. Learn More
St. Anthony Junior-Senior High School
1618 Lower Main Street, Wailuku • 244-4190, ext. 232
Middle School, 6–8: The curriculum encourages progressive thinking, collaboration, and tolerance with Catholic-Christian values. High School, 9–12: A culmination of 21st century education and Christian-Catholic values, each graduate leaves St. Anthony ready for the world. Learn More
Horizons Academy of Maui
Grades K–12 & Adult Program
2679 Wai Wai Place, Kihei • 575-2954
Horizons Academy is the only private, non-profit, applied behavior analytic special education school in Maui County. Empowering, challenging and supporting our students to achieve educational, life, social, and vocational goals.
Montessori Hale O Keiki
100 Kulanihakoi Street, Kihei • 874-7441
MHOK’s curriculum and environment empowers each child to develop to his/her highest potential. Children are introduced to the joy of learning at an early age and provided with a structured framework in which intellectual and social discipline goes hand-in-hand.
Kihei Public Charter School
300 Ohukai Rd., #C209, Kihei (HighSchool);41 East Lipoa St., Suite #29, Kihei (Middle School); St. Theresa’s Church, Kihei (K–5) • 875-0700
Our innovative approach to learning is challenging outdated methods of educating our keiki. Through cutting-edge curriculum and game-changing technology, KCS is able to nurture a new generation of engaged learners and chart new horizons in education.
Haleakala Waldorf School
Preschool – High School
4160 Lower Kula Rd., Kula • 878-2511
Haleakala Waldorf School provides a developmentally based curriculum. Academics are taught through artistic and creative experience. Students learn to love learning, to express their innate creativity in thinking as well as in doing, to live with reverence for life, to serve as self directed, engaged members of the greater community and are prepared to thrive in the global 21st century. Learn More
Montessori School of Maui
18 months-8th Grade
2933 Baldwin Avenue, Makawao • 573-0374
Montessori teaching methodology is based upon observation, peer learning, tactile learning materials and intrinsic motivation, and provides a collaborative learning environment, stimulates critical thinking skills, and cultivates inquisitive minds and decision-making. Learn More
480 Olinda Road, Makawao • 572-7235
Seabury Hall upholds a tradition of excellence in academics, the arts, athletics, community service, and extra-curricular involvement. The school is committed to develop both the student’s character and intellect in a supportive and caring environment. Learn More
Carden Academy of Maui
55 Maka’ena Place, Pukalani • 573-6651
Carden Academy offers a well-rounded education. Along with our proven academic courses, foreign language, PE, music, art, technology and drama are part of everyday life for our students. Technology use is also integrated into the Middle School curriculum. Learn More
Kamehameha Schools Maui
270 ‘A’apueo Pkwy., Pukalani • 572-3100
A Hawaiian and Christian values based school preparing Hawaiian leaders for college and a global society.
Doris Todd Christian School
Grades Preschool-Grade 12
519 Baldwin Avenue, Paia • 579-9237
Our mission is to provide a Christ-centered education that is biblically based and is committed to academic excellence, biblical morality, integrity, church involvement, and patriotism – all to the glory of God. Learn More
Maui Christian Academy
519 Baldwin Ave., Paia • 579-9237
Our mission is to provide a Christ-centered education that is biblically based and is committed to academic excellence, biblical morality, integrity, church involvement, and patriotism—all to the glory of God. Learn More
740 Haiku Road, Haiku • 250-7988
Roots curriculum is based on project based learning, with dynamic hands on experiences, so that children may develop a deeper knowledge of subjects and skills that they will need as adults. Learn More
Maui Preparatory Academy
4910 Honoapiilani Highway, Lahaina • 665-9966
One of Maui Prep’s core values is “Students First.” This value is folded into the daily life of the school, encompassing everything that we do. This dedication to students first is what leads Maui Prep to continually explore ways to meet the needs of our students and our community. Learn More
Sacred Hearts School
239 Dickenson Street, Lahaina • 661-4720
Celebrating 154 years of education on the west side. Sacred Hearts School is proud to carry on the legacy of excellence that is evident in the quality of students graduating from our middle school. We develop Kids with character!
Hawaii Technology Academy
94-450 Mokuola St., Waipahu, HI 96797
HTA uses a blended learning model, providing students with a combination of face-to-face instruction, virtual instruction, and independent learning. Because learning occurs at both the Learning Center and at home, an integral part to student success at HTA is a highly involved Learning Coach, or adult responsible for mentoring, monitoring and motivating students’ learning. Learn More..
Maui County Public Schools
Hawaii’s educational pipeline, anchored by learning standards and exams, is grounded in principles and programs designed to produce lifelong learners, caring and ethical citizens and a college-and-career-ready populace. Tailored programs support students with special needs and accelerate and accommodate gifted students.