Kamehameha Schools Hawai‘i students and faculty have been hard at work for the past five months, preparing for the campus’ annual Hō‘ike. On Thursday, March 13th and Friday, March 14th, that hard work will be realized as the Battle of Kuamo‘o is presented through a Hawaiian opera.
Kamehameha Schools is rehabilitating six severely deteriorated apartment buildings in Mō‘ili‘ili that recently reverted back to the trust. Designer Built Systems (DBS), a local unionized developer, was contracted by Kamehameha for the $6 million renovation project located on Kolo Place, just steps from the University of Hawai`i’s athletic complex.
Kamehameha Schools today announced the activation of a free, public WiFi network in Our Kaka`ako that is one of the fastest and most powerful of its kind in the nation. The network, launched March 1, is accessible on any wireless device throughout the Our Kaka`ako neighborhood, a nine-block area bounded by Ala Moana Boulevard and South, Halekauwila and Cooke streets.
HONOLULU – Students entering grades 9 through 12 in Fall 2014 who are not currently enrolled full-time at one of Kamehameha Schools’ three campuses, and who reside on the islands of O‘ahu, Kaua‘i, Maui or Hawai‘i are now eligible to apply for Kamehameha Scholars.
Kamehameha Schools today announced that it is collaborating with Castle & Cooke Homes Hawaii, Inc. to develop a mixed-use project in Our Kaka`ako that will add a total of 183 housing units to the island’s urban housing market. The project will be located on the block bound by Auahi, Keawe and Pohukaina streets.
Kamehameha Schools and Ke Ali‘i Pauahi Foundation revealed the first, second and third place winners of the Mahi‘ai Match-Up Agricultural Business Plan Contest at a fundraising gala on February 22, 2014 at Dole Cannery’s Pōmaika‘i Ballrooms.
Human resources executive Winona White has been named Vice President of Human Resources at Kamehameha Schools.
Kamehameha Schools and Interisland Terminal today unveiled plans for Kaka‘ako Agora, a unique public space in Our Kaka‘ako designed by noted Tokyo-based architectural firm Atelier Bow-Wow.
Kamehameha Schools’ Kāpili ‘Oihana Internship Program (KOIP) will be accepting applications until February 28. The session operates from May 19, 2014, to August 22, 2014. All KOIP interns must commit to a site for at least 120 hours (part-time) in a 12-week period. KOIP is open to all eligible applicants that are 18 years or older and currently enrolled in college.
Huliko‘a Kaiāulu is a new scholar speaker series created as an opportunity for Wai‘anae Coast ‘ohana to embrace higher education and celebrate examples of advanced learning in the community. The series was developed through a partnership between Kamehameha Schools, MA‘O Organic Farms (Mala ‘Ai ‘Ōpio) and UH Hawai‘inuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge.
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