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The Legacy of a princess

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

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September 7, 2016

CE&R secures mana for the work ahead

Guided by cultural principles and practices KS Community Engagement and Resources leaders gathered for the summer solstice to secure mana for their work ahead.

August 24, 2016

KS alum pioneers naturopathic medicine in Hawai‘i

KS Kapālama alum Dr. Landon Opunui is the first naturopathic doctor to become part of the Hawaii Medical Service Association.

June 3, 2016

KS cultivates community collaborations to make collective impact

The KS Community Engagement and Resources Group focuses on improving educational outcomes for Native Hawaiians in West Hawaiʻi and West Oʻahu.

May 6, 2016

Nā Pua a Pauahi honor their most influential teachers

In celebration of National Teacher Appreciation Week, nā pua a Pauahi (the flowers or children of Pauahi) generously share their sentiments about their most influential KS kumu and mentors.

April 18, 2016

KSK English kumu Jim Slagel is a righteous role model for students

KS Kapālama High School English teacher Jim Slagel shows his true colors both in and out of the classroom through servant leadership and personal style.

April 7, 2016

Hamamura is named director of EIMS

Enterprise Information Management and Services (EIMS) will establish a centralized function that will document standards, clear processes, and partner agreements.

March 31, 2016

Educators learn to integrate energy education into the classroom

Workshop participants receive a free classroom energy kit valued at $300 and reimbursement for substitute teacher costs. Sign-up for April 12 workshop on Oʻahu.

March 24, 2016

Share KS’ Easter devotional: ‘Conquering Life’s Challenges’

KS Hawaiʻi Associate Athletic Director Nelson Wong shares his manaʻo on harnessing the power to overcome obstacles as Christ did on Easter.

March 18, 2016

Share this week’s Lent devotional: ‘Listening to God’

KS Vice President of Communications Kevin Cockett and KS Maui senior Jrae Viela share their manaʻo on the many ways God speaks to them, as part of this week’s Lent devotional.

March 11, 2016

Share this week’s Lent devotional: Living a Worry-Free Life

KS Director of Asset Management Dana Sato and KS Kapālama senior Makamae Nottage share their manaʻo on living a worry-free life as God intended, as part of this week’s Lent devotional.

March 2, 2016

Mohala extern gets experience teaching keiki about pō mahina

CJ Woods helps keiki connect with the phases of the moon as part of her program externship with KS.

March 2, 2016

‘Hānau ka Ua: Hawaiian Rain Names’ educates and inspires

The long-awaited book by KS social studies kumu Leimomi Akana and daughter Kiele Gonzalez is delighting educators, learners, cultural practitioners, scholars and laypeople alike.

February 25, 2016

Share this week’s Lent devotional: Enduring life’s challenges

Hauʻoli Motta, poʻo kumu of the KS Hawaiʻi Hālau Kupukupu Innovations Academy, shares her manaʻo on enduring the struggles in life with joy and hope as part of this week’s Lent devotional.

February 24, 2016

Advocating for the Lāhui

Newly named Senior Policy Analyst Kaʻanoʻi Walk is KS’ culture-based education advocate at the state legislature, focusing on the advancement of educational outcomes for Native Hawaiian learners.

February 19, 2016

Share this week’s Lent devotional: Saying ‘mahalo’ for God’s grace

KS Hawaiʻi High School Poʻo Kumu Lehua Veincent shares his manaʻo on saying “mahalo” during Lent, as part of this week’s devotional. The Hawaiian-focused devotionals will be posted to the I Mua Newsroom each Friday leading up to Easter.

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 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.

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 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 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 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!

December 29, 2015

Burgess is named director of Community Relations

Her kuleana includes cultivating relationships with KS stakeholders and community, government and Hawaiian-serving organizations.

December 17, 2015

‘KS Forever’ philosophy leads to wins on the court, in classroom

KSK science department head Chris Blake marks his 15th year of service to KS, 13 of which were spent building one of the best girl’s volleyball programs in Hawai‘i history.

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