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In the "Upcountry" region of the Hawaiian island of Maui sits Seabury Hall, an award-winning college-preparatory school established in 1964.

Located on the slopes of Haleakala, a mile above Makawao Town, Seabury commands sweeping views of the island's majestic mountains and meandering coastline.

An independent school affiliated with the Episcopal Church, Seabury serves approximately 400 students in grades 6 through 12, and enrollment reflects Maui's rich cultural diversity.  The school is financed mostly by tuition, governed by a volunteer board of trustees, and guided by its mission of helping young people to develop as scholars, world citizens, and compassionate human beings.

Mission Statement:
Seabury Hall is an independent school affiliated with the Episcopal Church designed to

  • prepare students for successful college and university work;

  • move students to develop mind, body and soul;

  • cause students to realize their responsibility to community.

But this rolling, 56-acre campus is not merely beautiful.  Seabury is Maui's first Blue Ribbon School, a designation awarded by the U.S. Department of Education for outstanding educational achievement - and awarded to less than one percent of the nation's schools.  In 1999, Seabury won election to the Cum Laude Society, the national secondary school honor society.


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