Posted: Feb. 17, 2023
This past year, FY2021-22, was a year of reconnection. We rejoiced at the opportunity to finally come together again in person, to share our new experiences, and to strengthen our lāhui together.
Posted: Dec. 10, 2021
We hope you will feel this has been a good year, as we have cared for and educated our keiki, grown our endowment, collaborated with partners, stewarded our ‘āina, innovated through new technologies and worked tirelessly to advance our lāhui.
Posted: May 27, 2021
Adaptation and resiliency proved to be key themes throughout 2020. As our communities, our organization, and our ‘ohana navigated the uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic, we embraced the kuleana to serve alongside our communities, partner organizations, and the lāhui.
Posted: May 11, 2020
Together, we continue to see keiki across the pae ‘āina begin a strong start to life-long learning; in culturally rich environments; from classroom to boardroom; and live in communities where health and sustainability are valued.
Posted: May 30, 2019
Strong community collaborations, educational innovations, and key local and global partnerships have been vital to propelling our learners toward knowledge, a greater connection to their culture, and the career paths of purpose and industry.
Posted: June 1, 2018
Kamehameha Schools completed the second year of its Strategic Plan 2015-2020 (SP2020), the first in a series of strategic plans outlining how the organization will accomplish its Vision 2040.
Posted: Jan. 4, 2017
Fiscal year 2016 was a significant year for Kamehameha Schools, as we completed the first year of our Strategic Plan 2020 (SP2020) and laid the groundwork toward achieving our vision for the future.
Posted: Dec. 22, 2015
This is a significant time for our organization, as July 2015 marked the beginning of our new five-year strategic plan (SP2020). Our new strategic direction is anchored on the mission of Kamehameha Schools: to fulfill Pauahi’s desire to create educational opportunities in perpetuity to improve the capability and well-being of people of Hawaiian ancestry.
Posted: Jan. 23, 2015
For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014, Kamehameha Schools invested $378 million in its campus- and community-based educational programs and services statewide, including $165 million on campus-based programs and $112 million on community-focused programs.
Posted: Nov. 15, 2013
For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013, Kamehameha Schools expended $362 million in its campus- and community-based educational programs and services statewide, an increase of $23 million over the previous year.
Posted: Nov. 1, 2012
In the 12th year of the Kamehameha Schools Strategic Plan and seventh year of the Kamehameha Schools Education Strategic Plan, the number of children and families impacted by Kamehameha Schools’ campus and community programs increased from 46,923 learners in the previous year to 47,408, which included 33,910 students and 13,498 parents and caregivers.
Posted: Dec. 8, 2011
Kamehameha Schools served nearly 47,000 keiki and their caregivers through its preschools, campuses, community education programs and collaborations with other organizations during this past fiscal year, which ended on June 30, 2011.
Posted: Jan. 26, 2011
Kamehameha Schools served more than 45,000 keiki and their caregivers through its preschools, campuses, community education programs and collaborations with other organizations during this past fiscal year, which ended on June 30, 2010.
Posted: March 16, 2010
Despite a global economic recession that deflated Kamehameha Schools’ endowment by $2.2 billion, Kamehameha continued to extend its reach into the Hawaiian community by serving more than 44,400 learners through its preschools, campus programs, community education programs, scholarships and collaborations with community partners.
Posted: Jan. 30, 2009
Despite a year that marked the beginning of a national recession that substantially devalued most investment portfolios, Kamehameha Schools served more than 38,100 students and delivered more than $273 million in trust spending — 2,100 more learners and $23 million more than in FY2007.
Posted: Feb. 6, 2008
Kamehameha Schools extended educational opportunities to more Hawaiians than ever before during the 2006-07 fiscal year. The number of children and families impacted by Kamehameha Schools’ campus and community programs increased by 27 percent — from 28,000 to nearly 36,000 students and more than 30,000 additional learners were served through one-time or intake programs that introduced learners to KS programs.
Posted: March 20, 2007
Kamehameha Schools exists to build strength and hope through education for generations of Native Hawaiians to come. By every standard, fiscal year 2006 — from July 1, 2005 to June 30, 2006 — was a time of exceptional performance.
Posted: April 4, 2006
In the fiscal year 2005, Kamehameha Schools made extraordinary progress toward fulfilling our princess’ wishes — to reach to more Hawaiians through education. Through the steadfast support of our Kamehameha ‘ohana and the community, and the strength of our financial resources, we extended our educational reach through a broad spectrum of educational programs. Those programs focused on prenatal care, early childhood education, K-12 education, community outreach education, and financial aid and scholarships.
Posted: April 12, 2005
Nourished by the legacy of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, Hawaiians are blossoming forth with a sense of pride and hope for a promising future. Kamehameha Schools continues to nurture these precious flowers — na pua a Pauahi — as it carries out Pauahi’s vision: to create educational opportunities in perpetuity to improve the capability and well-being of Hawaiians.
Posted: Nov. 1, 2003
Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop countered adversity with hoʻomau (perseverance) to carve out a vision that would save her people. Her vision was to improve the capability and well-being of Hawaiians through education.
Posted: Nov. 1, 2002
The adoption of Kamehameha Schools Strategic Plan 2000-2015 directs us to fulfill Pauahi’s desire to create educational opportunities in perpetuity to improve the capability and well-being of people of Hawaiian ancestry.
Posted: Nov. 1, 2001
By the end of the fiscal and academic year 2000-2001, Kamehameha Schools (KS) had completed a top to bottom transformation of our institutional focus, management structure, and ways of doing business.
Posted: Nov. 1, 2000
At no other period in our history has so much change occurred in such a short time; change that both prepared us for our future and restored the historic values of our mission.
Posted: Nov. 1, 1999
Aloha kākou! This report covers a specific period in the history of Kamehameha Schools — from July 1, 1998 to June 30, 1999. It’s a pleasure to share some highlights of a very exciting year.