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  • KS Connect (106,814)
    Kamehameha Schools' tool to communicate with its students, teachers, and parents.
  • Explorations Program (36,539)
    Ho'omaka'ika'i: Explorations is a week-long boarding experience open to non-Kamehameha Schools students who will be completing grade 5. Participants learn about their heritage through classes in Hawaiian literature, hula (dance), crafts, plants, music and ocean studies.
  • Direct Mail List (20,678)
    Kamehameha Schools reaches more than 28,000 youth each year and is working harder than ever to share Pauahi's legacy with more Hawaiian children. One way that we are extending our reach is through a Direct Mail List that will allow us to directly distribute information about our programs and services via postal and electronic mail.
  • Kamehameha Publishing (15,634)
    Kamehameha Publishing, the publishing arm of Kamehameha Schools, traces its roots to the schools' very beginning. In the schools' early years students learned printing as a craft, producing publications such as newspapers and manuals.
  • Admissions Challenge (14,880)
    Read about pending legal challenges to Kamehameha's long-standing Hawaiian preference policy.
  • Our Kaka‘ako (11,845)
    Kaka‘ako is a progressive neighborhood, a kaiāulu ola — living community — that embraces the vibrant culture of its location by embellishing the strengths of the waterfront community and extending its personality through the neighborhood.
  • Charles Reed Bishop Trust (10,385)
    The Charles Reed Bishop Trust is a charitable trust established by Mr. Charles Reed Bishop in 1895. Today, the trust carries forward Bishop's vision of civic generosity and his desire, in life as in death, to perpetuate the shared values, legacy and memory of Bernice Pauahi Bishop, his wife, whom he held so dear.
  • Bulletin System - Kapalama High School (7,628)
    Designed in the summer of 2004, the Bulletin System is a Web application created to match the content in the Daily Bulletin and Weekly Calendar documents produced by the Student Activities office. Print production of these two documents has stopped and the data is now being channeled into the Bulletin System. The content has shifted from print to Web opening more avenues for communication extending the information beyond the heights of Kapalama.
  • Ka Mo'i (5,461)
    Kapalama Campus Student Newspaper
  • Hawaiian Cultural Center Project (4,484)
    The Hawaiian Cultural Center Project (HCCP) is a Strategic Planning initiative that promotes Hawaiian cultural education, practices, and traditions.