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Kamehameha Schools was founded by the will of Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the great-granddaughter of Kamehameha the Great.

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February 11, 2016

Share this week’s Lent devotional: Extending grace to others

KS Maui Interim Poʻo Kula Kaleo Pahukula shares his manaʻo on extending grace to others in this week’s Lent devotional. The Hawaiian-focused devotionals will be posted to the I Mua Newsroom each Friday leading up to Easter.

February 11, 2016

Striving for excellence is the next subject for speaker series

Educator and scholar Malani DeAguiar will share the importance of embracing the ‘ōlelo no‘eau “Kūlia I ka Nu‘u” (Striving for Excellence) at the Feb. 16 speaking event in Mā‘ili.

February 10, 2016

Ash Wednesday: Finding time to ‘rest’ in God

Internal Audit Director Dustin Clevenger shares his manaʻo on spending time with Christ amidst work and family commitments. His is the first of nine Hawaiian-focused Lent devotionals to be posted to the I Mua Newsroom each Friday leading up to Easter.

February 9, 2016

Workshops to focus on energy education in the classroom

Attention Maui and Hawaiʻi island teachers! The free workshops will focus on integrating energy education into your curriculum and include a classroom kit valued at over $300.

February 4, 2016

Weekly Lent devotionals feature messages of faith from the KS ʻohana

Celebrate the coming of Easter by downloading weekly Lent devotionals created by nā kahu o Kamehameha. Each Hawaiian-focused devotional includes scripture, a prayer, a hymn, and manaʻo on how to draw God closer in your everyday life.

February 3, 2016

KSK haumāna develop energy-saving proposals in annual Microgrid Challenge

Economics students learn about energy-efficiency, sustainability, and possible career paths by connecting with non-campus KS professionals.

February 2, 2016

KS Maui’s Kanoa wins school level Poetry Out Loud contest

KSM senior Kiana Kanoa - winner of the school level Poetry Out Loud National Recitation Contest - will be competing at the state level at St. Andrew’s Cathedral’s Tenney Theater on Feb. 21.

January 29, 2016

New summer program will sharpen student math skills

Kilohana is a five-week, regionally focused program for students in Wai‘anae and West Hawai‘i that uses a Hawaiian culture-based approach to cultivate college readiness and teach an intensive math curriculum.

January 29, 2016

KS cultivates a cultural space at Keauhou Bay

KS has transformed its former commercial property at Keauhou Bay, damaged by the 2011 tsunami, into a natural space filled with lush native Hawaiian foliage.

January 28, 2016

KS alum delivers Harry Potter-inspired commencement address at UHWO

KS Kapālama 2005 graduate Marissa Pagud encourages her classmates to “always find the light” on their path to happiness.

January 27, 2016

Opening Our Eyes – Plankton with Auntie Anu

KS Heʻeia Preschool teacher Kathryn Takakuwa writes about a visit from Hikianalia crew member Anuschka Fauccio who used high-tech tools to teach keiki about the ocean organism, plankton.

January 26, 2016

Mahiʻai Match-Up agricultural business plan contest seeks innovative farmers

KS and the Pauahi Foundation invite farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural entrepreneurs to enter the contest, which will award $35,000 in seed money! The entry deadline is Feb. 29.

January 22, 2016

Our Kakaʻako comes to life - 2016 update

New shops and businesses will soon be opening their doors in the urban community and in two years more than 1,200 residents will call it home.

January 21, 2016

Families can find help navigating the college financial aid process at CLCN events

The Community Learning Center at Nānākuli (CLCN) will host two College Financial Aid One-Stop-Shop workshops on February 13 and March 12.

January 15, 2016

Something New will feature a first look at SALT eateries

KS has partnered with Frolic Hawaii to present the culinary event, Something New. The food fest is slated for Thursday, February 4, from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. at SALT at Our Kakaʻako.

January 15, 2016

Speaker series will highlight family planning

Huliko‘a Kaiāulu on January 19 will present research and findings around pregnancy intention and contraceptive decision-making among Native Hawaiians.

January 13, 2016

Wa‘a Wednesday: Hōkūle‘a stops at St. Helena en route to Brazil

After traveling approximately 1,900 miles on the longest leg of the Mālama Honua Worldwide Voyage, Hōkūle‘a arrived at the island of St. Helena, a British Overseas Territory in the southern Atlantic Ocean.

January 11, 2016

Charter Schools work to develop a culturally relevant assessment

Hawaiian-focused charter schools initiate a three-year assessment project to help tell a richer story of student and school success.

January 11, 2016

Abad is named director of Network of Native Hawaiian Schools

Abad will work with schools to design and develop a network that advances culture-based education.

January 8, 2016

KS Hawai‘i Interact Club helps fight hunger

High school haumāna practice the values of generosity and community service by raising funds, canned goods and public awareness to benefit the Hawai‘i Food Basket.

January 7, 2016

Lunar Conference centers on revitalizing traditional lunar practices

The first-ever ‘Aimalama Lunar Conference incorporates ʻāina-based learning to share the wisdom of cultural practices informed by the lunar cycle.

January 4, 2016

The top 10 reasons KS had a terrific 2015

From forging collaborations with Hawaiʻi universities to historic preservation in Haleʻiwa, KS has made tremendous strides toward fulfilling its educational mission. The following KSOnline / I Mua Newsroom stories highlight some of the reasons to celebrate!

January 4, 2016

Ho‘olauna Maui helps students build valuable skills

The one-week summer program delivers more than just a memorable experience for students. Through project-based learning, students develop valuable speaking and listening skills they can apply in their future.

January 4, 2016

Search for Kamehameha Schools Maui Poʻo Kula begins

KS Maui (KSM) announced today it will begin its search for a new Poʻo Kula (Head of School). The School recently lost its longtime campus leader, Lee Ann DeLima to illness in November.

December 30, 2015

Discover Preschool Day will connect families with early learning resources

Wai‘anae Coast families are invited to the free January 9 event which will share information on preschool registration, financial aid and more!

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