Saint Louis School

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Saint Louis School

Where boys who want to change the world, become the men who do

 

The Mission of Saint Louis School

To educate and challenge students of various religious, ethnic, and economic backgrounds that they may achieve a quality education and become gentlemen of character, reaching individual potential through the Catholic Marianist tradition of spiritual, academic, physical and emotional maturity.

 

NEW! Sponsor a Student Locker 

 

Due to the overwhelming success we experienced through donations given for name plates on the lockers in our renovated locker room, we would now like to extend the same opportunity to you for the over 800 lockers we have on campus lining the hallways of Bertram Hall, Newell Hall, and the Clarence T. C. Ching Learning & Technology Center. These lockers are relatively new and will be seen on a daily basis by students, parents, teachers, and many others who visit our campus.

 

Cost to sponsor a locker: $300. Click on "Give Now," then go to "Which Fund?" to find the "Sponsor a Student Locker" option.  Email rgonsalves@saintlouishawaii.org to indicate the wording for your nameplate (up to 3 lines per locker).

 

Annual Fund

Saint Louis School would like to thank each member of our community who has made a gift to advance the mission of our school. Tuition alone does not cover the cost to educate our young men. To provide a comprehensive Catholic education in the Marianist tradition and continue to create the best opportunities for our young men, we rely on support from members of the extended Saint Louis School community.

 

Capital Projects

Capital projects are investments made for the building, adding, or improving facilities to create the ideal learning environment for our students.

 

Endowments

Endowments are permanently restricted gifts, which generate income for scholarships, financial aid, faculty support, curricular programs, and campus facilities.

 

Alumni and Reunions

Traditionally, anniversary classes celebrate their reunion by donating a class gift to the school. It has been a long standing tradition for the 50th year reunion class to donate $50,000 at their anniversary celebration.

 

JROTC

The Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) program fosters team building, leadership, citizenship, patriotism and basic military skills. At Saint Louis School, the JROTC program has a long history of winning numerous awards and developing strong leaders in our community, Support for the SLS JROTC is essential in order to preserve this respected and honored program.

 

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Main Address
3142 Wai'alae Avenue
Honolulu, Hawai'i 96816-1579
 
Phone & Fax
Phone: (808) 739-4727
Fax: (808) 739-4853
 
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