“Taking a Stand in History”

by Stephanie Sperber, Humanities on April 16, 2017

On April 15, 2017, five Maui Prep students traveled to Oahu to compete in the National History Day Hawai’i State Competition. This year’s theme was “Taking A Stand in History,” and the school’s projects included two performances and an essay – all about women who challenged inequality and injustice.

Top: Cassidy Howeth & Eva Karenova Bottom:

Top: Kassidy Howeth & Eva Karaneva-Simpson
Bottom: Christina Guerrini & Vittoria Barone

Chloe Chin (’20, not pictured) wrote about Ruby Bridge’s role in American desegregation of public schools; Eva-Maria Karaneva-Simpson (’20) and Kassidy Howeth (’20) performed an original piece about the life of suffragist and abolitionist Susan B. Anthony; and Christina Guerrini (’19) and Vittoria Barone (’18) performed their original work about Annie Besant’s activism for women’s rights, birth control, religious freedom, and rights of children.

The performances won awards for their quality research using primary sources (Karaneva/Howeth) and research and interpretation of intellectual and cultural history (Guerrini/Barone). The theme for next year is “Tragedy and Triumph”.

8th Annual Tom Rosenquist 2017 Legacy Golf Tournament Next Weekend!

by Stephanie Kirkham, Communications on April 9, 2017

The 8th annual Tom Rosenquist golf tournament will be held this Saturday, April 15, at the Ka’anapali Royal Course. This event is held in honor of one of Maui Prep’s founders, Tom Rosenquist, and is one of the school’s premier fundraisers.

There is still time to sign up, as a team of four, or as an individual. Call the Maui Prep office at (808)665-9966 today!

It is a fantastic event, held on a beautiful course, and as Tom always said, “it’s about the kids!”
MPA Golf Pro Tournament_2017-2

The Past and Present both Alive and Well at Maui Prep

April 2, 2017

Maui Preparatory Academy has been making great showings in many different arenas this year. From a MIL swimming champion, and a young iPueo Robotics team that only promises great things, to foreign language students and humanities students taking top scores in statewide contests, the students at Maui Prep are excelling in most everything they try. [...]

Read the full article →

iPueo Robotics has Intense Season

March 24, 2017

The iPueo Robotics Team had an intense and awesome season running their 6 robots through hundreds of matches at 8 different tournaments across the Hawaiian Islands. In the Maui County league, the team took 6 of the top 10 rankings, including 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th, across middle and elementary school rankings. The team earned [...]

Read the full article →

Maui Prep Boasts HHSAA Champion

March 12, 2017

Several weeks ago, a student at Maui Prep came home a champion. Junior, Kysha Altura became the HHSAA state champ in both the 100 Fly and the 200 Free during the K. Mark Takai Swimming and Diving Championship at the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex on Oahu. Altura swam the 1oo butterfly in 56.39, beating Lahainaluna’s [...]

Read the full article →

Maui Prep Elite School in Japan Wizards Competition

March 5, 2017

On February 25, six Maui Prep kids participated in the annual Japan Wizards Competition on Oahu. This statewide competition is sponsored by JASH (the Japan America Society of Hawaii) and features high schoolers from all over the state coming together to answer questions about Japanese language, culture, history, and much more. Around 45 teams from [...]

Read the full article →

Maui Prep Lower School Presents School House Rock Live!

February 27, 2017

Maui Preparatory Academy’s Lower School Drama Club proudly delivers a vibrant production of School House Rock Live! The show begins at 7:00 p.m., March 3 and 4, 2017 at the Kumulani Chapel (The Barn) in Kapalua. Based on the Emmy-award winning cartoon series by Scott Ferguson, the story follows a nervous schoolteacher who tries to [...]

Read the full article →

MAUI PREP LAUNCHES NEW PROGRAMS, TUITION RESETS, and SCHOLARSHIPS

February 16, 2017

Maui Preparatory Academy, West Maui’s only private and secular preschool – 12th grade college preparatory program, has several important announcements to share with the community about the upcoming 2017/2018 School Year. First, Maui Preparatory Academy announces the reconstitution of its early childhood program into the Early Childhood Discovery Center (ECDC). The ECDC, which includes preschool [...]

Read the full article →

Carnival – Maui Style!

February 12, 2017

Did you attend Maui Preparatory Academy’s Winter Gala Carnival? If you didn’t, you missed out on the party of the year! The Gala is one of the school’s premier fundraising and “friend-raising” events held each year to raise funds benefiting Maui Prep’s financial aid and scholarship fund. This is an important event for the school [...]

Read the full article →

Maui Prep Brings Home The Hardware

February 5, 2017

Maui Prep students take home the gold…and the silver and the bronze…in multiple events. The Science Olympiad competed in the regional championships on Saturday, February 4, at the University of Hawaii Maui College, and the Middle School team took first place, which sends them off to States! Several medals were also won by our Upper [...]

Read the full article →

The Life and Times of 2029

January 29, 2017

We (Maui Prep Kindergarten Class of 2029) have had various learning experiences this school year to help us gain an understanding of the possible professions that are available on Maui. We began by having a visitor from the Hawai`i Chapter of the Society of Women Engineers come to our classroom, who introduced us to the different [...]

Read the full article →

Maui Prep Welcomes Sacred Hearts 8th-Grade Class

January 22, 2017

Maui Prep hosted some very special guests on our campus last week: the 8th-grade class from Sacred Hearts School in Lahaina. These fifteen students are in the process of determining their ideal location to spend their high school years. During their visit to Maui Prep, they met with the school’s administration and faculty, toured various [...]

Read the full article →