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Maui Preparatory Academy

Maui Preparatory Academy

Address

Address:

  • Cathi Minami, Dir of Admissions
  • PMB #186, 5095 Napilihau St. #109B
  • Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii 96761

Website: www.mauiprepboarding.org , www.mauiprep.org

School Details

Key Facts

State champion in robotics.

County champion science Olympiad.

Field-based education experiences include snorkeling, scuba diving, camping, hiking, etc.

100% of graduates intend college matriculation.

Maui offers a safe and clean tropical environment 12 months of the year.

International arrivals to Maui from Asia pass through Honolulu, Oahu. Maui is served directly by major US cities including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, and Seattle.

Rankings & Accreditation

  • Accredited by Hawaii Association of Independent Schools (HAIS) and by WASC.

Student Population

  • Total: 200 students in preschool-12th grade
  • International: around 25% annually
  • Vietnamese: 4-5 students mostly in our lower grades.

Entry Repuirement

  • Day/Boarding: TOEFL Junior/SSAT
  • ESL: Yes

Tuition & Fees

  • Tuition & Fees: $49,750 + $3,000 International Fee
  • Others (Health Insurance): $900 homestay (spring break) + $700 for health insurance.
  • Total Cost (on I-20): $54,350

Scholarships & Financial Aid

  • Yes

Overview

There are few places on earth as idyllic as the hawaiian island of Maui. With the stunning backdrop of mountains and sea, tropical rainforests, sandy beaches, and ocean reefs, Maui Preparatory Academy provides its students with an incredibly rich and rewarding environment for college preparation and life beyond college.

Academics

  • AP courses: English Language Composition, English Language Literature, Calculus, Biology, Physics, US History, Human Geography, Economics, Art, Art History, etc.
  • Average SAT/SSAT:

Link to the academics webpage: www.mauiprep.org/main/academics/

At Maui Prep, students can:

  • Explore the galaxy from atop the 3,000-meter dormant volcano haleakala
  • Study the ecosystems of coral reefs and in honolua bay
  • Assess the impact of globalization on local cultures
  • Examine the social organization and communications of humpback whales
  • Discover new ways of capturing energy from the sun, wind, and water
  • Interpret and express a culture’s values through literature, and the visual and performing arts.

The Maui Prep experience empowers students to leverage Maui’s local and natural resources to pursue their academic interests and passions.

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