In Loving Memory of Ms. Mabel

      In Loving Memory of Ms. Mabel: 

Role Model:

"I always call her 'Sister Mable', She is like one of the sisters. She took care of the sisters at the school. Was a Secretary when I started here. Having her still around is such a good role model of the Cardinal Spirit.  When I grow up, I want to be like you" - Auntie Marie

"Kids don't know how athletic she was.  She was a top coach and athlete, that's why she's in the Hal of Fame at Prince Kuhio.  She is great at fishing and hunting, not to mention a carpenter.  She can fix anything" - Coach Mike Costales

"Her faith in God and dedication our students never wavers. She is proof that Faith and hard work equals life" - Mrs. K

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Return to Campus Plan (Updated on 8/27/2020)

With the emergence of COVID-19 in late 2019 and its effects on the St. Joseph School (SJS), as well as schools around Hawaii, we need to reevaluate how we learn, teach, and practice our faith.  Our Catholic Community has shown a great ability to observe, adapt, and overcome challenges brought by the novel virus.  This document is intended to lay out a framework for how to go forward in the 2020-21 school year, and meet the challenges that will be presented to us.  With Our Lord's guidance and protection we pray for all the faculty, staff, students and parents that this year will be safe and successful.



Through Catholic values, St. Joseph School implements an academically rigorous and spiritually rich curriculum. St Joseph students learn, in a safe and disciplined environment, to care for themselves and others and to accept responsibility for making a just and loving society through the generous use of their personal talents and gifts.


The Mission of St. Joseph School is to celebrate the uniqueness of each student through a rigorous academic program. Inspired by the Gospel Message of Jesus Christ, nurtured in a faith community blessed with many cultures, gifts and talents we build lives of service in the spirit of our Hawaiian tradition of Aloha.

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