St. Anthony Schools

St. Anthony School is the only Catholic school on Maui that offers a seamless preschool through Grade 12 high school experience, our curriculum consists of core classes and lesson plans that are essential for all ages.

At St. Anthony School, we provide a progressive educational experience that combines quality curriculum and 21st-century competencies with Christian-Catholic values in the Marianist spirit. We work collaboratively to unlock each child’s full potential by balancing academic excellence and co-curricular activities in a safe and nurturing environment from preschool through graduation.


St. Anthony Preschool (Pre-K)

The St. Anthony School preschool program provides quality education enabling students to become caring, responsible and socially conscious members of society. Our students are guided through activities to develop positive attitudes and habits for growing, living, and learning.


St. Anthony Grade School (K-5)

Founded in 1873, St. Anthony Grade School is a Catholic Parish co-educational school offering a Kindergarten to Fifth Grade education. The school is licensed by the State of Hawai‘i and accredited by the Western Catholic Education Association and the Western Association of Schools.


St. Anthony Middle School (6-8)

St. Anthony Middle School helps students broaden their vision of life and what they are capable of achieving. The academic environment at SAS encourages critical thinking, collaboration, and respect for others’ opinions. Classrooms are centered on the core principle of tolerance and understanding, students feel comfortable expressing their ideas and investigate subjects until a satisfactory answer is found.


St. Anthony High School (9-12)

Beginning in 1848, St. Anthony School grew from a one-room schoolhouse erected by the Sacred Heart’s Fathers on the grounds of St. Anthony Church. A Diocesan institution, St. Anthony High School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA), Hawai’i Association of Independent Schools (HAIS) and sponsored and endowed by the Marianist Province of the United States (Society of Mary).