SMALL CLASS SIZE
The average class size is 15 students.
Students have access to business, government, and cultural learning experiences.
100% of graduates participate in an internship.
"It is an honor and a blessing to live out Queen Emma’s legacy, as well as a powerful reminder of why I work to provide my girls with a high-quality education. In First Grade, we love learning about our founder practicing to emulate her qualities of resourcefulness, resilience, and advocacy."
"I really like the great field trips we have taken around, like Makapu’u. I went to a taro farm and the Waikiki Aquarium. The teachers make them a good experience."
"I am proud to attend St. Andrew's Priory because I am part of the legacy of Queen Emma Kaleleonālani. I am also a part of my family legacy because I am a third-generation Priory student. At St. Andrew's Schools I feel like I am a part of a family. My classmates are like my sisters. The teachers are caring and kind. I love my school."
"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."
"I love working at St. Andrew's because of our close-knit community. Every teacher cares so deeply about their students and families. All the parents are supportive of the teachers and everyone knows each other! I also enjoy our small student-teacher ratio. Having a smaller class allows me to get to know each student and understand their individual needs in order to best help them to succeed. Working at St. Andrew's has been so rewarding and reminds me why I love teaching."
"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."