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The Closure Of Small Private Schools Is A Blow For Education In Hawaii

Learning about the imminent closure of St. Ann School was like meeting a long-lost cousin for the first time in hospice care. I had never heard of St. Ann – let alone its storied history dating back to King Kamehameha III – but was saddened nonetheless to hear that this semester will be its last.

I feel a kindred connection with the small private schools of Hawaii. There are schools like St. Ann scattered across the islands, most of which are unknown to most people. I attended a few of them, including Lutheran High School, which closed for good in 2016 due to low enrollment…

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