Maui Prep Staffing Additions and Promotions

September 7, 2012, 11:05 AM HST · Updated September 7, 11:07 AM
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Ryan Kirkham. Photo courtesy Maui Prep Academy.

By Wendy Osher

Maui Preparatory Academy will implement several staffing additions and promotions with the start of the 2012 school year.

The school has announced the promotion of Ryan Kirkham to the position of Middle and Upper School Principal.  Kirkham formerly served as the Director of Student Life and Athletics, and Upper School Science faculty member.

He  is originally from British Columbia, studied at Trinity Western University and is currently enrolled in a Masters of Educational Leadership and Management program at Royal Roads University. Kirkham is also a founding faculty member of Maui Preparatory Academy.

Kawika Casco. Photo courtesy Maui Prep Academy.

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Also promoted was Kawika Casco, who will now serve as the school’s Athletic Director.  Casco, who formerly served as a Physical Education faculty member, will retain his position in teaching; but will also oversee all athletic endeavors including Maui Interscholastic teams and activities.

Born and raised in Maui, Casco was a standout athlete at Lahainaluna High School, and went on to attend the University of Utah on a football scholarship.

Faculty additions for 2012 include: Angie Glass, Pre-school teacher; Dr. Kathleen Ireland, Upper School Science faculty (formerly a science teacher at Seabury Hall); Kay Milne, Art teacher; and Kristie Fetterly, Middle School English faculty.

Located in Napil, Maui Preparatory Academy is an independent college preparatory day school for students in grades Preschool through 12.  The school opened its doors in 2005 with 37 students in grades 6 to 8, and today has grown over 190 students grades PreK to 12.

Angie Glass. Courtesy photo Maui Prep Academy.

Kristie Fetterly. Photo courtesy Maui Prep Academy.

Kay Milne. Photo courtesy Maui Prep Academy.

Dr. Kathleen Ireland. Photo courtesy Maui Prep Academy.

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