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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KS Maui

Since 2006, over 1,900 graduates from Kamehameha Schools Maui have made their way across the United States and around the world in various post-high endeavors and professions.

The College and Post-high Office is an intentional effort by KS Maui to continue the pilina with alumni and their ‘ohana—from staying informed and supported on academic, financial, social and emotional needs—to advocating for more resources in their post-high endeavors.

We want to hear from you! Our goal is to provide you with opportunities and announcements relevant to your future pursuits to help you succeed after graduation, but also to invite you home to share your mana‘o and ‘ike with our future graduates.

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

Other ways to stay connected

KS Maui Facebook
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Lokelani Patrick
Manager, Parent and Alumni Relations, KS Maui
(808) 572-3203
kapatric@ksbe.edu

Vaiana Nakamitsu
Volunteer Coordinator, KS Maui
(808) 573-7107
vanakami@ksbe.edu

Lisa Correa
Post High/College Counselor
(808) 573-7270
licorrea@ksbe.edu


Class Representatives

Class Representative
2007 Risa Yarborough
2008 Hulali DeLima
2008 Aubrey Matsuura
2009 Jordan Nelson Saribay
2009 Ashley Shaffer