The academic programs at Damien are college preparatory. Each student is placed into a course of study which is consistent with his ability and potential. An Honors Program is available for the academically gifted. Advanced Placement courses are also available for qualified students who would like to earn college credit while still in high school.
Students are encouraged to participate in school and community activities. Damien offers a wide variety of curricular and extra-curricular activities including student government, special interest clubs, intramural sports, band, speech & debate, campus ministry, JROTC program, Christian service, and events sponsored by sister schools.
High School Course Catalog
Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8
Religion 6 Religion 7 Religion 8
Social Studies Geography Intro. to US History
Science 6 Science 7 Science 8
General Math Pre-Algebra Algebra
English 6 English 7 English 8
Beginning Band Electives (2) Electives (2)
Art, Band, Character Development, Media Literacy, Foreign Language (By
Recommendation), Physical Education, Reading Workshop, Speech, Study Skills
CLUBS & ACTIVITIES:
Student Council, Chess Club, Computer Club, Environmental Science Club, Robotics Club, Field Day Competition, Hoops for Heart, Men’s March Against Violence, Middle School Dances, Food Drives, Community Service, Junior National Honors Society, Speech & Debate, Yearbook, Biannual History Trip to New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC/Science & Technology Trip to Orlando, Florida, Big Island Earth & Space Science Trip, Airsoft Club, Key Club, Historical Gaming Club. Other clubs organized based on student interest.
Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Judo, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field, Volleyball, Wrestling
CAMPUS MINISTRY/RELIGION DEPARTMENT:
Liturgies, Prayer Services, Retreats, Community Service
Tuition charges and fees for the 2014-2015 school year are $10,375.00, which include the registration fee, comprehensive fee, school tuition, and summer school fee. Tuition for the 2015-2016 school year will be announced in the spring of 2015. Several payment plans are available.
The priority deadline for Financial Aid is February 20, 2015. Financial Aid, based on need, is available for families who qualify. Academic Scholarships based on report cards, entrance exam scores, and standardized test scores are available in limited numbers.