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Soaring To Success (STS): Spiritually, Academically, Physically and in Service to our Community

Aloha and welcome to our school! Thank you for choosing St. Theresa School for your child’s education. We believe in the unlimited possibilities each school year holds for each learner, and we look forward to working with you!


HONOR ROLL gpa 3.0-3.4

Zander Bradley

Oliver Alonge

James Logan Pereira

Lily Santiago

Makena Cabral

Adrian Henkel

Brody Robinson

Sophia San Agustin

Kellan Wong

Angeline Kekaualua


HIGH HONOR ROLL gpa 3.5-3.9

Lahikiola Bustillos

Isabella Gilliam

Cassin Kimmel

Jasiah Lang

Azure Bradley

Sydney Kleidosty

Taylor Pasion 

Micah Lee

Irie Abalos

Lincoln Duey

Amelia Gilliam

Kekai Miyashiro

Aveaeh Moises

Jordyn Moreno Woolsey

Isabella Pasion

James Burkhart

Teiva Hesapene

Lillian Lee


Zoe Gray

Hi'iaka Acoba

Kenda Finnila

Kaioli Acoba

Anthony Riola 


MAY 19, 2024

8th Grade Baccalaureate Mass @ 8:30am

St. Theresa Church.


MAY 20, 2024

STS Movie Night at Waimea Theater- 6:00pm

MAY 23, 2024

8th Grade Retreat.

MAY 24, 2024

Last School Day for 8th Graders.

MAY 27, 2024

No School. Memorial Day.

MAY 28, 2024

All School Mass @8:10am

8th Grade Graduation Ceremony @6:00pm

MAY 29, 2024

Preschool Graduation Ceremony @8:20am

MAY 31, 2024

12:00pm Dismissal. Last Day of School.













St. Theresa School in Kekaha takes the school learning expectation of "We are called to be stewards of the land and to care for God's Creation," to a whole new level. Nestled serenely along the pristine shores of Kekaha, St. Theresa School stands as a testament to both natural beauty and untapped potential. Positioned on an unobstructed beachfront, the school has embraced its destiny as an ocean guardian institution. Spearheaded by the visionary leadership of Kumu Shantel Santiago, the 7th-grade Hawaiian Civics Class has embarked on an unprecedented journey.

With resolute determination, these students have claimed the distinguished title of the world's first inaugural Middle School Ocean Guardian Youth Ambassador classroom in the United States and its territories. This remarkable achievement not only underscores their commitment as stewards of the sea but also establishes them as pioneers in global environmental leadership.

This esteemed designation grants them unparalleled access to the wealth of resources offered by NOAA, empowering them to delve deeper into marine ecosystems while cultivating essential skills in leadership, project management, and civic engagement. Beyond the confines of the classroom, these ambassadors of change transcend boundaries, catalyzing tangible, lasting impact within their community and beyond.

Backed by the unwavering support of NOAA staff and fueled by boundless enthusiasm, these young guardians are poised to make waves, leaving an indelible mark on the landscape of ocean conservation. The NOAA Ocean Guardian Youth Ambassador Program presents an extraordinary opportunity for youthful leaders aged 13-18 to spearhead transformative initiatives within their local communities. With only 250 students selected annually in the nation, this program represents a beacon of hope for the future of our oceans.

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