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Sports Banquet

"On Tuesday night, students were recognized and given certificates for their participation in CSL and CSAL basketball, volleyball and track leagues. "


May Day is Lei-Day in Hawaii nei.  Watch the May Day program of 2017 here.

 Thanks to Ashley Joy Sumibcay for video-taping, and Dann Ebina for Editing.

Up, up and away!

“Students in Pre-K and Kindergarten visited the Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island this week. During their visit they learned about various types of airplanes and helicopters. They were excited when they were able to dress up in flight suits and sit in the cockpit pretending to fly a Kiowa helicopter.”

Let's Celebrate

The St. Theresa student body celebrated Adminstrative Professional Day with office staff, Mrs. Stephanie Ondayog and Mrs. Roxanne Casiello. They also celebrated Vice Principal, Mrs. Bernie Gora’s birthday. Students showered the three ladies with leis, cards and lots of hugs.”

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!


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!"