Liahona High School
Liahona High School was established in 1948, as a successor to the previous LDS school, the Makeke School. It was originally called Liahona College, but given its current name in 1959. It has been central to the growth of the LDS Church in Tonga.
The high school also was central to the LDS Church's expansion to Kiribati. Many graduates of Auriaria Kokoi Ataria School in Kiribiti went to Liahona High School in the early 1970s and joined the LDS Church while there. The first LDS missionaries in Kiribiti were Liahona High School graduates sent back to Kiribiti to serve as missionaries there.
- LDS Church Almanac, 2010 Edition, p. 589