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Future-ready: Success starts here 

   

 

From preschool to senior year, St. Andrew’s Schools prioritizes personalization in a supportive environment. Student success is born of both triumphs and challenges. 

Individuality and inclusivity matter. Guided by our Hawaiian and Episcopal heritage, we are a safe, nurturing space that brings out each student’s best in mind, body, and spirit. The courage and tenacity of our founder, Queen Emma Kaleleonālani, continue to inspire our work. We care deeply about developing compassionate leaders who are ready to make a difference in the world – something we envision for every child who learns with us.

 

What Sets Us Apart?

NEXT-LEVEL PERSONALIZATION THROUGH COORDINATE EDUCATION

The first step in personalizing our students’ learning experience is single-gender education. Having a girls’ school and a boys’ school on the same campus makes St. Andrew’s Schools truly unique and affords our students more opportunities to enjoy the best of both worlds.

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CULTIVATING LEADERS BY DESIGN

Developing our students’ strong sense of self gives them the confidence to take on the many leadership roles available to them both inside and outside the classroom. They learn by taking action, through an educational framework that challenges them to investigate the world, recognize multiple perspectives, and communicate their ideas. Rigorous classroom learning is balanced with real-world experiences through internships and educational travel opportunities.

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NĀ PUA O ʻEMALANI

THE CHILDREN OF ʻEMALANI

Founded by a courageous, faith-filled queen, our school deeply values our Hawaiian and Episcopal heritage, purposefully cultivating the mind-body-spirit connection. In this nurturing environment, our students uncover the gifts and talents that will make a difference in the lives of others. We know that as children increase their understanding of their connection to others, they are ultimately inspired to make positive contributions to the world throughout their lives.

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Social and Emotional Learning

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is woven into the curriculum and the life of our school through the RULER program, a systemic approach to SEL developed by the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. From kindergarten to Grade 12, our school community shares a common language to learn and practice the five skills of emotional intelligence: Recognizing, Understanding, Labeling, Expressing, and Regulating.

 

Voices from our community

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Lyn Utsugi '82 and Kamryn Matsumoto '18

"As an alumna, my husband and I donate to St. Andrew’s because it provided both myself and our daughter with an excellent foundation. The Priory is a supportive school community where one can grow and thrive."

Hazel Ogawa-Lerman '55

"I’m grateful for the quality education I received at The Priory and the continued camaraderie with my classmates. Programs available to today’s students are exciting because they empower them on their path to reach their highest potential.”

 

Lynne Brickner '70

"Our class still shares the sense of community nurtured by our shared experiences at The Priory - our classes, our dedicated teachers, daily chapel, lunch under the ylang-ylang tree, Ascension Day - and, because of The Priory, we had the confidence, determination, and ability to make our world a better place."

Christine Matsuda

"We have felt such authentic care and aloha throughout the years our kids have been at St. Andrew’s Schools, starting their educational journeys at Queen Emma Preschool and growing from there. The educators and administrators care for our boys with the affection of aunties and uncles, while looking after their developmental needs and academic progress. They take a personal interest in our boys' success."

Dale Yamamoto

"Our son Quinn is a member of The Prep's 1st graduating class of 6th graders, the Class of 2027.  For the past 7 years, St. Andrew's Schools has provided him a safe place of learning, academically, socially, and emotionally. As a parent, there is no greater feeling of knowing that your child will be well cared for when you drop them off at school every morning."

 

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Student to teacher ratio

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Years of excellence in education

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Of seniors complete internships by graduation

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