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Student Life

St. Theresa School is dedicated to fostering your learners educational, spiritual and emotional growth. Our goal is to create a 21st century learners, leaders and citizens of character. We accomplish this through a close-knit, Catholic learning environment featuring a diverse curriculum and wide array of programs designed to ensure a personalized education for your child.

St. Theresa School is rooted in Christ and strives to teach His ways and values.  Religious instructions are given on a daily basis and all students participate in a weekly Childrens Liturgy.  Following the Churchs liturgical year, the students participate in seasonal prayer services and other devotions such as the Stations of the Cross and the rosary. 


In grades K-8 students are provided with the basic skills of reading, writing, language, mathematics, social studies and science along with establishing good study habits.  The school strives to provide the opportunity for each child to establish a pattern of success and to learn according to his/her own growth patterns.


St. Theresa School offers a variety of enriching programs.  K-8 participate in weekly Music, Library, and Physical Education classes. 


The Lili'uokalani Trust Program provides an opportunity for learners in grades 6-8 to explore their greatest potential living healthy, joyful, and prosperous lives while contributing to their 'Ohana, the Community, and the World.


All students from grades 3-8 are encouraged to participate in the training that will enable them to serve at Mass.


Every year, our students have the opportunity to participate in the Scripps National Spelling Bee, one of the nation’s oldest most iconic competitions. 


A student yearbook group, working with a faculty advisor, prepares materials for publication.  Learners in Grade 8 receive assignments to photograph events. A photographer may carry a camera throughout the school day to get traditional, creative, and candid shots.


All students are expected to live out the school Student Learning Expectations of service to others.  "It is giving that we receive." Throughout the year opportunities will be presented to the students to give of themselves for the betterment of others, or the community.  Students in grades 6-8 will be asked to help in some way towards preparation or clean up of the school carnival.

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