Maui Preparatory Academy in Lahaina joined schools throughout the country to celebrate National Bike to School Day on May 6, 2015.
Maui Preparatory Academy announced the receipt of a $5,000 grant from the Fred Baldwin Memorial Foundation for a program focused on science, technology, engineering, arts, and math.
The victory was twice as nice for seniors Sarah Colbaugh, Molie Glass, and team captain Gina Marzo who celebrated their last home game and senior day with lei and balloons.
One of Hawaii’s promising young tennis talents, freshman-to-be Jaylee Yasunaga, has enrolled at Maui Preparatory Academy, according to head of school Jonathan Silver.
The Expo is limited to the first 25 approved vendors. Vendors who make and sell healthy products; fitness, dance, or yoga organizations; alternative medicine groups; and others are welcome to apply.
The presentations are aimed at educating the community and teens about the dangers and devastating effects of crystal methamphetamine, or “ice.”
The school announced the promotion of Kawika Casco and Ryan Kirkham. Faculty additions for 2012 include: Angie Glass, Dr. Kathleen Ireland, Kay Milne, and Kristie Fetterly,
Renny Richmond of Seabury Hall and Danielle Jefferies of Maui Prep Academy claimed gold medals at Saturday’s finals of the Hawaii High School State Swimming & Diving Championships.
Maui Preparatory Academy freshman Danielle Jefferies can make history today at the state swimming and diving championships. If she wins the 100 Butterfly she would be the first state champion at her school.
The local production of the three-time Tony award-nominated musical, features students from the Maui Preparatory Academy, Drama Club and 7AM rock band. A
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