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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Since the first graduating class of Kamehameha Schools Hawaiʻi Class of 2006, Nā Hiapo, over 1,900 graduates have navigated their way through various post-high pathways—locally, nationally, and internationally—carrying forth their learnings and experiences gained as nā pua a Pauahi (children of Pauahi), here at Kamehameha Schools.

Through the KSH Office of Student Life and Alumni Relations, the Alumni presence is very much alive as we continue to invite our graduates to remain connected as an integral part of our KS ʻohana.  YOU are a part of our campus growth—our past, our present, our future.

We invite you, alumni of Kamehameha Schools Hawaiʻi, to share your contact information so that we can provide you with opportunities relevant to your current and future endeavors, as well as announcements of school activities and events where you are welcome to participate and share your experiences with current KSH students.

Ua paʻa mau ka pilina o nā kānaka o ke ao i hala, ʻaʻohe mea e hemo ai.  Relationships between those of the past are held firm, nothing can unravel it. (L. Veincent, 2017)

Help us by staying connected and by updating your contact information through kshalumni@ksbe.edu or alumni@ksbe.edu

Other ways to stay connected

KS Hawaiʻi Alumni Facebook Group
KS Hawaiʻi Facebook Page
KS Hawaiʻi Instagram
KS Hawaiʻi Twitter

Jodie Kimura
Coordinator, Student Life and Alumni Relations - High School, KS Hawaiʻi
(808) 982-0733
(808) 937-9536
jokimura@ksbe.edu

Shelly Cravalho-Wagner
Coordinator, Academic Performance and Alumni Relations, KS Hawaiʻi
(808) 982-0631
shcraval@ksbe.edu

 

Class Representatives

Class Representative
2007 Kayla K. Comillam
2010 Shearay Mahoe