Saint Louis School welcomes families to open house on Feb. 10

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Calling all Hawaii parents! Saint Louis School is holding an open house on Sunday, February 10, at 1 p.m. at the Mamiya Theatre for those interested in learning more about the all-male day school. No RSVP necessary!

For parents trying to decide on the best school for their child, Saint Louis provides a single gender environment for its students, focusing on a blended learning curriculum balanced with what they call the “Six A’s” – Academics, Alakai (Leadership), Athletics, Aloha, Arts and Akua (God). The students’ work ethic accounts for much of their success as they interact and compete with Hawaii’s private and public schools.

Academics are paramount at Saint Louis, but not at the expense of the arts and community service. The school offers several learning opportunities with Chaminade University, which is located on the same campus. Saint Louis remains the only school offering both Junior ROTC and Civil Air Patrol programs. Administrators and teachers are constantly examining what a high quality education looks like and evolving curriculum as they prepare students for the jobs of the future. The Crusaders are encouraged to “go beyond expectations” in all disciplines.

About St. Louis School
Saint Louis School is the only all-male day school in Hawaii offering a college preparatory education to students in grades Kindergarten through 12. The school is located on the lower Kalaepōhaku segment of the Koʻolau mountains in suburban Honolulu.  Saint Louis is a private Catholic school under the sponsorship of the United States Province of the Society of Mary, or the Marianists, based in St. Louis, Missouri.

As a private school, Saint Louis strives to be affordable and available to young men from all socio-economic backgrounds. Despite the progress made in awarding financial aid, the school continues to work on increasing the amount of funding available to help families who seek to provide their sons a Saint Louis education. The majority of student households demonstrate financial need, and the school hopes to be able to grant aid to all such students.

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