E Komo Mai (Welcome)

 

Students were recognized for their contribution to the classroom, their kindness to others, accomplishments in and out of school and their Christlike behavior. St. Theresa School recognizes not only academic achievements, but do recognize their students for their non-academic achievements and their stewardship. Even at a young-age, students are guided to recognize their gifts from God. These gifts are freely given by God and that we give back to our Creator by showing good deeds to others.
Kudos to our Students of the Month of March!

Keep Up the Good Work!

 

The Stations of the Cross

 

"The 8th grade students acted out the Stations of the Cross for the entire student body on the last day of school before Spring Break."

 

"Happy St. Patrick's Day"

From Saint Theresa's kindergarten leprechaun class!

 

McTeachers Night!

"STS teachers participated in McTeachers Night this past Wednesday at the Kamehameha Shopping Center McDonalds. Students and their families came to support this fundraiser. McDonalds will donate to STS between 10-20% of all purchases made between 4-7pm on March 15th."

 


The Chorale Festival

"Thirty-three students from Saint Theresa School under the direction of Fay Pabo (our Music/Drama teacher) participated in the 5th Annual Hawaii Catholic Schools Chorale Festival. STS has participated in every festival since it started. This year the festival paid special tribute to Our Lady of Fatima on the 100th anniversary of her appearance to three little children."

 

The Parish Lenten Schedule


2015-2016 Annual Stewardship Report


Our History

Mission Statement & Core Values

School Wide Learning Expectations


"STS students celebrated the Solemnity of the Feast Day of St. Joseph with several Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. The Sisters of St. Joseph have had a presence at St. Theresa School since 1936. Many of the sisters were students and parishioners before they entered the order.  Happy Feast Day, Sisters!"

 


Sr. John Joseph Gilligan, CSJ Celebrates 56 Years!  As principal of Saint Theresa school, she celebrates her anniversary as a Sister of St. Joseph of Corondelet with the students. (top: with middle school. Students showered her with gifts of flowers, leis and handmade cards.
Congratulations, Sr. John! We love you!