Driving directions from Lahaina:

1.  Turn right at Napilihau Street

2.  Make first right.

3.  Follow road past the Bozich Center. A "Maui Preparatory Academy" rock wall landmark greets you before the gate to the main campus.  

All visitors must check in at the Otto Administration Building first.  

Our Campus

Located on a bluff with spectacular ocean views and panoramic vistas of the West Maui mountains, Maui Prep's campus is comprised of 20 acres of land generously donated by Maui Land & Pineapple Company.

Learn more about our campus by selecting the numbers on the campus map below.  

1

Pueo Learning Commons

The Pueo Learning Commons is a unique outdoor space for students to collaborate, concentrate, and take full advantage of the climate and views afforded by our majestic campus.

2

The Graham Center

for Creativity, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

The Graham Center for Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship is an essential resource for Maui Prep students of all ages. Equipped with the latest technologies, including JamBoards, green screen technology, and editing and composing software, the Graham Center grants students the opportunity to create their own ideas and project proposals across a multitude of disciplines, then use the resources to answer their own great questions.  

3

Narayan Design Lab

The Narayan Design Lab offers a wealth of resources for creative experiments and projects. This area is designated as a ‘Maker Space’- students are encouraged to develop their technical skills with hands-on design thinking.  

5

Lower School Quad

The Lower School Quad is the site of recess playtime. Each May, Maui Prep hosts its graduation ceremony on the edge of the quad, overlooking the sweeping ocean and brilliant sunset.

4

Friendship Garden

Dedicated in 2020, the Friendship Garden is a quiet place to reflect and remember Maui Prep classmates. Garden beds, tended by the middle school, are filled with fresh fruits, vegetables, and other native plants. 

6

Otto Administration Building

Named for longtime Board of Trustees President Dean Otto and his wife, Michelle, the Otto Administration Building houses Maui Prep's reception desk and various administrative offices.  

7

Nabavi Dining Hall

The Nabavi Dining Hall is a gathering place for the Maui Prep community, from schoolwide assemblies, to lunch options in the cafeteria, to rehearsal and creative space for projects and performances. The Dining Hall is centrally located on campus between the upper and lower school campuses.  

8

Basketball Sports Court

The Basketball Sports Court is the central hub of student life for middle and upper school students. Before school, during lunch breaks, or even in passing periods between classes, pickup games of basketball and foursquare always evolve.  

9

The Bozich Center

FOR ATHLETICS & PERFORMING ARTS

The Bozich Center features a basketball court, volleyball courts, stage, dance studio, athletic training rooms, and demonstration kitchen, and is equipped with state-of-the-art scoreboards, sound system, and PlaySight.  Twice a year, the stage is transformed into a colorful set, the backdrop for the Performing Arts productions.

10

Chin Studio

The Chin Studio’s ample natural light and views of the west Maui mountains create an ambiance for dance, yoga, and conditioning classes. Ray and MaryBeth Chin lend their name to this versatile space.

11

Trude the Owl

Maui Prep’s mascot is the Pueo, the Hawaiian Owl, recognized in native culture as a protector and messenger. Trude the Owl perches in front of the Bozich Center, keeping watch over the campus both by day and by night. On occasion, pueo can be spotted from the campus, camouflaged in the trees or suspended in flight in the bright blue skies.  

12

Shoemaker Field

Shoemaker Field recognizes Maui Prep benefactor Scott Ralphs Shoemaker. Shoemaker Field is an important venue for several beloved Maui Prep traditions, like International Day, Outdoor Game Nights, and the Turkey Run.