Coeducational College Preparatory Day School serving Grades 6-12
School Profile

Upper School Program

Upper School Program


Graduation Requirements

A Seabury Hall education gives students the tools to gain admission to a wide variety of universities.  Graduates move into higher education with the confidence that they have the skills to succeed. 
Students must earn a minimum of 23 credits to graduate. All classes are awarded ½ credit per semester, unless specified below.  Minimum required:

English:  4 credits
Mathematics: 3 credits
History/Social Studies: 3 credits 
Science: 3 credits
Language:  2 credits
Fine/Performing Arts: 1 credit
Speech 1/2 credit
Philosophy & Religion:  1 credit   
Electives:  3 credits
Physical Education: 2 credits
Community Involvement: 1/2  credit

Course Offerings

Students must earn 4 credits in English, including Expository Writing in the 9th grade and Literary Analysis in the 12th grade, or their equivalents.
Expository Writing 
World Literature 
American Literature 
Literary Analysis 
Advanced Placement English Language
Advanced Placement English Literature
Students must earn at least 3 credits in Mathematics, including Geometry, Algebra I, and Algebra II.
Algebra I
Geometry / Geometry Honors
Algebra II / Algebra II Honors
Pre-Calculus / Pre-Calculus Honors
AP Calculus AB/BC
AP Statistics
Math Modeling
Math Finance
Students must earn 3 credits in History. 
World History - 9th Grade
World History - 10th Grade/AP World History
U.S. History/AP U.S. History
AP European History
Art History 1 / Art History 2
Introduction to Economics
Global Issues
History of American Music
Introduction to Law
Japanese Art and Aesthetics
Modern World Leaders

Students must earn 3 credits in Science, including Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
Biology / Biology Honors
Chemistry / Chemistry Honors
Physics / AP Physics
AP Biology
AP Environmental Science
Environmental Biology
Aquatic Taxonomy
Aquatic Processes and Interactions

Japanese - Levels 1, 2, 3
Spanish - Levels 1, 2, 3, 4
Hawaiian Language 1, 2, 3, 4
Honors Hawaiian Level 3, 4
Honors Japanese - Level 4
Honors Spanish - Levels 2, 3, 4
AP Spanish Language
Fine and Performing Arts
Students must earn 1½ credits in the Fine and Performing Arts, including ½ credit in Speech and 1 other full credit in Drama, Art, Music, or Dance.
Beginning Acting
Beginning Piano
Costume Design
Stagecraft & Design
Hawaiian Music Ensemble
Drawing, Beginning & Intermediate
Design, Beginning & Intermediate
Design through Photography
Painting, Beginning & Intermediate
Beginning Sculpture
Printmaking, Beginning and Intermediate
Art History 1 / Art History 2
AP Studio Art

Philosophy and Religion
Students must earn 1 credit in Philosophy and Religion.
Chinese Philosophy
Life Philosophy
Hebrew Bible
Greek Bible
Hawaiian Religion
Game Theory and Ethics
Hawaiian Studies
Hana No'eau (Hawaiian Studies)
Hawaiian Music Ensemble
Hawaiian History I
Hawaiian History II
Hawaiian Religion

Beginning Arduino
Beginning Programming
3-D Modeling
AP Computer Science Principles
Computer Concepts
Engineering Concepts and Design

Physical Education and Athletics
Students are required to be involved in either Athletic teams, Physical Education class or Dance throughout their Upper School career, earning 2 credits.

Independent Studies
Students have the option to pursue an independent course of study working with a faculty mentor, for up to 1 credit.

Community Service
Students must perform at least 10 hours of service annually in grades 10, 11, and 12.

Contact Us

Seabury Hall
Office of Admissions
480 Olinda Road
Makawao, Hawaii 96768
Phone: (808) 572-0807

Elaine Nelson
Director of Admissions

Erin Volner
Associate Director of Admissions

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