Grades 9-12

More possibilities. More potential.

From learning the ropes as a freshman to gearing up for college as a senior, the Mx Scholar Programs at Maryknoll School offer an experience like no other.

Where else can students learn to fly a plane before learning to drive a car, design a better hospital ER, forecast the Chinese stock market and sculpt the next David – all before study hall?

Internships, professional mentors and visiting mainland professors offer vast opportunities far beyond the usual AP courses and college counseling.

The Mx Scholar Programs are for students who want to make the most of their high school years by exploring their interests, finding their niche and tapping into their talents. Your child can choose one or more areas of interest, and let their passion drive their potential.

STEM & Aerospace
Medical Innovation
Business & Diplomacy
Creative Arts & Expression

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CHANNEN

Since he first entered Maryknoll in kindergarten, Channen has been inspired by the school’s motto of Noblesse Oblige – “to whom much is given, much is expected.” Now entering his senior year, Channen is looking to find a future that allows him to pursue his passion for helping others. “If you see someone struggling, you’re not just going to leave them there. You’re going to take them in, help them, and be a light for them,” Channen said. Through community service opportunities at Maryknoll, he has developed a strong sense of compassion and leadership. Hoping to study psychology to become a...

JACELYN & JODIE

Sisters Jacelyn and Jodie share a love for swimming, but each has the opportunity to also pursue her own unique interests at Maryknoll School. Ninth grader Jacelyn is excited to be part of the Mx Scholar Program for STEM & Aerospace’s inaugural year, and is kicking off her high school journey by diving into Maryknoll’s newest and most innovative curriculum. Jacelyn sees Mx STEM & Aerospace as an investment in her future that allows to her learn at her own pace and discover her passion. Driven and hardworking, she wants to become a real estate lawyer, but is also curious about...

SUSAN

Like all parents, Susan and Thomas wanted the best education for their children. After moving to Hawaii from the mainland, Susan and her family came together and discussed several school options before Maryknoll School was selected as the best choice. Susan herself went to Catholic school growing up, and she recognized Maryknoll as the best path to getting that same quality education. “I really wanted my children to not only have academic opportunities, but to have the creative and cultural opportunities that Maryknoll provides,” she says. Her son Tom has taken a fond interest in history....

SPENCER

Does your child have a passion for helping others? Is he or she interested in a medical career? Students like Spencer who are interested in health care will thrive in Maryknoll School’s Mx Scholar Program for Medical Innovation, one of four new areas of interest for high school students. Mx Medical Innovation offers courses for grades 9-12 on topics like human anatomy, preventive care, infectious diseases, and forensic science. Using cutting-edge 3-D virtual reality technology on zSpace devices, students can dissect beating hearts, human skeletons and more. Here’s how Spencer found his...

CHANNEN

Since he first entered Maryknoll in kindergarten, Channen has been inspired by the school’s motto of Noblesse Oblige – “to whom much is given, much is expected.” Now entering his senior year, Channen is looking to find a future that allows him to pursue his passion for helping others. “If you see someone struggling, you’re not just going to leave them there. You’re going to take them in, help them, and be a light for them,” Channen said. Through community service opportunities at Maryknoll, he...

JACELYN & JODIE

Sisters Jacelyn and Jodie share a love for swimming, but each has the opportunity to also pursue her own unique interests at Maryknoll School. Ninth grader Jacelyn is excited to be part of the Mx Scholar Program for STEM & Aerospace’s inaugural year, and is kicking off her high school journey by diving into Maryknoll’s newest and most innovative curriculum. Jacelyn sees Mx STEM & Aerospace as an investment in her future that allows to her learn at her own pace and discover her passion....

SUSAN

Like all parents, Susan and Thomas wanted the best education for their children. After moving to Hawaii from the mainland, Susan and her family came together and discussed several school options before Maryknoll School was selected as the best choice. Susan herself went to Catholic school growing up, and she recognized Maryknoll as the best path to getting that same quality education. “I really wanted my children to not only have academic opportunities, but to have the creative and cultural...

SPENCER

Does your child have a passion for helping others? Is he or she interested in a medical career? Students like Spencer who are interested in health care will thrive in Maryknoll School’s Mx Scholar Program for Medical Innovation, one of four new areas of interest for high school students. Mx Medical Innovation offers courses for grades 9-12 on topics like human anatomy, preventive care, infectious diseases, and forensic science. Using cutting-edge 3-D virtual reality technology on zSpace...

THE FUTURE OF NEXT

Maryknoll School offers a new model of education that blends classroom and real world. This “academic honeycomb” shows the six types of learning resources that help students become 21st century learners, leaders and global citizens of character:

  1. Advanced Curriculum offering individualized learning guided by instructors who are professionals in the fields driving the careers of the future.
  2. Project-Based Learning through hands-on studies that bring concepts to life.
  3. Internships in high school to gain experience and develop professional maturity.
  4. Mentors who are industry professionals sharing real-world insights and career paths.
  5. College Excellence as a focus so students are prepared to stand out to outstanding universities.
  6. Leadership opportunities and development, including exemplifying the school’s motto, Noblesse Oblige, which means, “To whom much is given, much is expected.”
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admissions@maryknollschool.org

Rooted in the Catholic faith, Maryknoll School is a nurturing and welcoming community that values academic innovation and excellence, lifelong learning, service to others, and the courage to imitate Jesus by word and example.

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