This award was instituted to honor the Reverend Fred Minuth who became the first headmaster of St. Andrew’s Priory upon his departure from the Sisters of the Transfiguration in 1969. Father Minuth was not only an Episcopal minister but also a physics teacher, scientist, and an athletic coach. This scholarship recognizes a person who blends talents in both the academic and athletic realms with good sportsmanship and leadership.
This award is sponsored by the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Hawaiʻi and is a symbol of the close relationship between the Bishop, the Church, and St. Andrew’s Schools. It's given to the student who best exemplifies her religious faith, witness, and values in her life and relationships. The name of the recipient is engraved on the perpetual plaque that will remain at The Priory.
The 黎明tamaribuchi纪念奖学金 was established by the family and friends of Priory alumna Dawn Tamaribuchi to honor her memory, provides educational opportunities for students who attend The Priory and demonstrate an interest in humanitarian causes through community service. Tamaribuchi scholars will be young women who exemplify the qualities and characteristics that were held by Dawn Tamaribuchi, including caring for others, giving back to the community and bringing people together.
Lucille Tamura Caldwell was a mathematics teacher and Dean of Students at The Priory and is remembered as being “not just a teacher, but like a mom. She was generous and loving, even if it was tough love that was needed.” Before retiring, Ms. Caldwell worked at the Office of the Bishop where she served as the Diocesan Program Officer under Bishop Richard Chang. Her later years were filled with volunteering at the Bible Institute of Hawaiʻi, Hospice Hawaiʻi, and Project Dana, a nonprofit that services the elderly and disabled. This award is given to a student who demonstrates service to the school and community, cares for others, and exhibits a strong faith, work ethic, and perseverance.
澳门皇冠现金官方网站最鼓舞人心的运动员奖 goes to an athlete who has participated in at least two varsity sports and made significant contributions to the Priory Athletics program through her dedication, responsibility, and leadership on and off the playing field. The athlete must be a positive role model, energetic and encouraging of her teammates.
The Scholar-Athlete Award goes to a student-athlete who must be a senior or junior who has lettered in two varsity sports and maintains the qualifications of Inspirational Athlete in every sport she plays. She must show outstanding sportsmanship, leadership and cooperation with her teammates and coaches and she must maintain a GPA of 3.5 or above.
The Kūlia Award is The Priory’s most distinguished award and is given to students that have demonstrated excellence in a particular discipline. Each department or subject area elects its most outstanding students that come closest to achieving the educational goals of their respective departments. Each student will receive the Kūlia pin, which is to be worn on their uniform. Only Kūlia Award winners receive these emblems which they wear with pride.
Since 1923, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have recognized the vision, ingenuity, and talent of our nation’s youth, and provided opportunities for creative teens to be celebrated. Through the Scholastic Awards, students earn scholarships and have their works exhibited and published.
The National Association of Secondary School Principals American Citizenship Awards are presented to two students in each grade whose strength of character and courage to do what is right and promotes positive citizenship in others. These young women are chosen for their school and community service, positive attitudes towards learning and their classmates, and for their efforts in civic responsibility.
The visual arts department recognizes the outstanding senior in the Portfolio class who plans to study Art in college through Ka Mea Hoʻohiki, or Person of Promise, Art Award. This award goes to the outstanding member of the senior class who plans to study art in college and displayed outstanding creative skills, craftsmanship and passion for the visual arts.
Oʻahu Band Directors' Association Solo & Ensembles Festival
The annual festival gives an opportunity to students in grades 9 to 12 to perform recognized selections in the instrument’s repertoire for adjudication by the finest judges available on Oʻahu. These judges come from a variety of backgrounds, including members of the Hawaiʻi Symphony Orchestra, Royal Hawaiian Band, as well as Military Service Band Members. The students are graded on the live performance of their selections in the categories of timbre, technique, rhythm, musicality, and intonation. Medals are determined by the level of difficulty of their selections. Gold Medals are awarded to students who have performed well in level 5-6 music. Silver Medals are awarded to students who have performed well in level 3-4 music.