WJNS believes that every student should have the opportunity to receive a quality, Christ-based education at an affordable rate. The desire is to provide a well-rounded education that not only equips our students with academic excellence but nurtures personal growth and ethical development throughout adolescence. This is accomplished through WJNS’s rigorous academics, service-learning opportunities, cultural awareness activities, and character-building incorporated into every grade level. The annual 'WJNS Giving Season' fundraising campaign was created as an opportunity for our families, our alumni, and community members to be a part of each student's educational journey.
This Giving Season, we are building two very important things. First, the WJNS Endowment Fund for the campus. This fund is necessary for campus growth, classroom renovations, facility maintenance and operations, enhancing academic programs, and ensuring long-term stability. Second, the WJNS Scholarship Fund can provide assistance for families requesting aid. This gift would cover a portion of the student's annual tuition.
If you'd like to contribute you can make a donation on the GiveBig Hawaii donation portal webpage from November 28 - December 31 here. You may also donate directly to the campus through our Giving tab, found here.
With your support of our year-end fundraising campaign, we will continue to create an aloha-filled future, one WJNS Saint at a time.
The 2023 Telethon is coming soon! Join us on December 18!! More information to come.
The 2022 'FUN'ding Fun Giving Campaign began on the GiveBig Hawaii donation portal site. Funds were raised from Giving Tuesday 2022 to the end of the calendar year and culminated with the school's fist ever telethon. The 2022 Giving Season Campaign raised money needed to renovate the existing WJNS playground. With the help of our amazing 'ohana and friends, as well as a few corporate gifts, WJNS was able to raise $19,000 during this year-end fundraising campaign.
In May of 2023, new turf was installed and aging playground equipment was removed.
CHECK OUT THE VIDEO FROM LAST YEAR'S TELETHON BELOW!