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Seabury Hall

480 Olinda Road
Makawao, HI 96768
(808) 572-7235
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An independent school affiliated with the Episcopal Church, Seabury serves approximately 400 students in grades 6 through 12, and enrollment reflects Maui's rich cultural diversity. The school is financed mostly by tuition, governed by a volunteer board of trustees, and guided by its mission of helping young people to develop as scholars, world citizens, and compassionate human beings.


Kihei Elementary School

250 East Lipoa Street
Kihei, HI 96753
(808) 875-6818

Kihei Elementary School is one of two public elementary schools serving the South Maui region. Kihei Elementary's mascot is the dolphin.


Sacred Hearts School

239 Dickenson Street
Lahaina, HI 96761
(808) 661-4720
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The mission of the Sacred Hearts School community is to provide excellence in education and to nurture a life of prayer, faith and service in the Catholic tradition. We are a small Catholic school devoted to the intrinsic and intellectual development of our students. Through our teachings students develop a respect for others, themselves, and the world in which they live. Sacred Hearts School is a non-discriminatory educational institution regarding sex, race, creed, ethnic origin, and special needs.


Kahului Elementary School

410 South Hina Avenue
Kahului, HI 96732
(808) 873-3055

Established in 1960, this public elementary school serves grades K - 5 in the Kahului area.


King Kekaulike High School

121 Kula Highway
Pukalani, HI 96768
808-573-8710
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"King K" is Upcountry Maui's public high school, established in 1995 and located just above Pukalani. Other schools in the King Kekaulike complex are Kalama Intermediate School, and Kula, Pukalani, Makawao, Paia, and Haiku Elementary Schools.


Lahainaluna High School

980 Lahainaluna Road
Lahaina, HI 96761
(808) 662-4000
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Lahainaluna is a public high school serving Maui's west side. It was founded in 1831 as a seminary boarding school for men taught by the missionaries to assist in the field of teaching. When it opened on September 5, it became the first school west of the Rocky Mountains. In 1849, Lahainaluna was shifted from the care of the American board of Mission to the Hawaiian government. In 1916, the school was placed under the management of the Lahainaluna School Commission, and in the fall of 1923, Lahainaluna became a public technical high school, admitting both girls and boys. Finally, in September 1961, this technical school was designated a comprehensive high school serving both boarders and day students. The aim of educating and preparing a student to understand our world today has been met. The students of Lahainaluna not only reflect this in their day to day attitude, but also in the loyal support they unfailingly give the school.


Pukalani Elementary School

2945 Iolani Street
Pukalani, HI 96768
(808) 573-8760

Pukalani School is a public elementary school serving upcountry community of Pukalani. Established in 1976, it is the home of the Stallions. The school colors are red and gold.


Kaahumanu Hou Christian Schools

707 S. Puunene Avenue
Kahului, HI 96732
(808) 871-2477

A private school in Kahului.


Haiku Elementary School

105 Pauwela Rd.
Haiku, HI 96708
(808) 575-3000
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Haiku Elementary School is the public elementary school serving North Maui's Haiku district. The mission of Haiku School is that all members of the school community work together to create a learning environment which challenges and encourages all students to strive for academic excellence so they may become contributing, empowered and fulfilled members of our society. "We Are Growing Together As Lifelong Learners"


Wailuku Elementary School

355 S. High Street
Wailuku, HI 96793
(808) 984-5622

Wailuku School is a public elementary school serving the Wailuku community. Established in 1904, it is the Home of the Wildcats. School colors are orange and white.