Top Hawaii Religiously Affiliated Schools
- For the 2020 school year, there are 99 top religiously affiliated private schools in Hawaii (69% of all schools), serving 28,847 students.
Hanalani Schools Photo - Hanalani has a highly successful robotics program that contributed to two International Championship and 4 Regional Championship Botball teams. Here a student builds a robot from the multitude of parts and tools at his disposal.
Chaminade University Montessori Lab School Photo - View of the prepared learning environment. The six areas in our Montessori classroom: Practical Life, Sensorial, Math, Language, Cosmic, and Peace help children to develop physically, intellectually, and spiritually.
Mary, Star Of The Sea Early Learning Center Photo - Distinctively Christian, Academically Excellent and Uniquely Innovative. Developing global learners for 21st century learning in an inclusive, caring Catholic, Montessori environment.
The Children's House Photo - Rubberized/Padded areas in front of the classrooms make for a fun, safe place to engage in activity.
Christ The King School Photo - Sr. Jean and some students from Christ the King School on a float at a recent Maui County Fair parade.
Top Hawaii Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2020)
- Religious Affiliation# Schools# Students% Minority
- 1 Schools47 Students69.44% Minority
- 6 Schools1,904 Students84.09% Minority
- 18 Schools4,487 Students41.94% Minority
- 4 Schools2,985 Students99.86% Minority
- 3 Schools539 Students77.97% Minority
- 5 Schools4,213 Students76.81% Minority
- 1 Schools70 Students86.67% Minority
- 6 Schools827 Students67.77% Minority
- 4 Schools1,557 Students99.06% Minority
- 3 Schools174 Students57.50% Minority
- 3 Schools735 Students25.70% Minority
- 34 Schools10,806 Students79.79% Minority
- 11 Schools503 Students84.91% Minority
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