Star of the Sea School is a Catholic institution which provides instruction to grades one through eight. The school is accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Along with a rigorous curriculum that follows Catholic School Standards and National Standards, the school is committed to providing a rich experience in the fine arts. Students regularly attend classes in Music, Physical Education, Art and Computer, all are taught by specialized teachers.
The school is divided into three basic divisions. The Primary division, grades one through three, is self-contained classrooms with studentsattending their fine arts classes on a weekly basis. In the Intermediate level, grades four and five, student’s travel between core subject teachers. Once again these students also attend their specialized fine arts programs on a weekly basis. At the Middle School level, students in grades six through eight, enjoy the expertise of six core subject teachers. During their week they will attend computer, art and physical education classes with specialized teachers. Middle School students also learn a second language, either Hawaiian or Spanish. English as a second language (ESL) is available at all grade levels. More detailed information about the subjects will be found on this page.