|Seabury Hall School|
480 Olinda Road
|Type||Private, college-prep, day|
|Head of school||Maureen Madden|
|Faculty||46 (on FTE basis)|
|Student to teacher ratio||10:1|
|Athletics||18 interscholastic sports|
|Athletics conference||Maui Interscholastic League|
Seabury Hall is a private college preparatory school in Makawao (on the island of Maui). It is affiliated with the Episcopal Church. It was founded in 1964 and serves middle and high school students. Seabury Hall has been designated as a U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School. The Seabury Hall mascot is a Spartan and the school colors are blue and red. Perched high on the slopes of Haleakala, Seabury Hall offers views of the rest of Maui, the Pacific, and the islands of Kahoolawe, Lanai, and Molokai.
The Seabury Hall campus includes an Upper School Building, two Middle School Buildings (Carter Hall & Haynes Hall), the 'A'ali'ikuhonua Creative Arts Center, the Erdman Athletic Center, the Castle Library, Cooper House, the AIM center (art, innovation, and music), and several other buildings.
The A'ali'ikuhonua Creative Arts Center is a building that is a part of the campus. The project cost over $7 million and can seat up to 500 people. It opened in September 2012 and is used for performances, plays, music shows, and daily assemblies.
The annual Seabury Hall Craft Fair is a gathering of arts and entertainment located at the Seabury Hall campus. It is always held on the Saturday before Mother's Day in May. The fair features over 100 artists and crafters, including Maui-based woodworkers, traditional Hawaiian artists, jewelers, ceramists, and weavers. The fair is largely run by parents and students who are required to participate in order to raise money for financial aid. In addition, there are specialty foods, live music, fresh produce, cut flowers, children's games, rummage sale, and a silent auction.
Seabury Hall's student government plays an active role in the day-to-day life of the student body. It currently consists of five elected officers: president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and historian. It also has a variety of officer elected committees to further expand the amount the organization can achieve.
Seabury Hall offers a variety of interscholastic sports. Fall sports include air riflery, cross country, flag football, and girls volleyball. Winter sports include basketball, paddling, soccer, and swimming. Spring sports include baseball, girls water polo, boys volleyball, and track and field. Hula classes are also available for middle school students.
Winterim is a hallmark program at Seabury Hall that brings together groups of students from various grades to participate in a week-long, out-of-classroom educational experience of their choosing at the end of March. Students rank their top choices from a catalog of options, with themes ranging from crafts, to sports, to cultural exploration. All grades participate in Winterim, but younger students are typically selected for on-island programs that occur during the day, while older students may be selected for off-island programs and overnight programs. Several Winterim programs occur off the island of Maui, and occasionally outside of the state of Hawaii. Previous off-island programs have included trips to neighboring Hawaiian islands, Peru, and more. Each Winterim is led by an expert in the field, from outside of Seabury Hall, as well as at least one Seabury Hall faculty. There are no normal classes during the winter session.