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June 4, 2024

Enriching our understanding: Learning with Oʻahu ʻĀina Inventory

Educators, employees and kaiāulu can learn more about the moku of Oʻahu through kuana ʻike by attending these free virtual webinars.

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June 3, 2024

FestPAC showcases Pacific leadership, native excellence

The legacy of our aliʻi showcases their strategic leadership and enduring impact on Pacific culture and unity.

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May 30, 2024

Indigenous excellence celebrated at upcoming Festival of Pacific Arts & Culture

For the first time ever, the Festival of Pacific Arts & Culture, the world’s largest celebration of indigenous Pacific Islanders, is being held in Hawaiʻi pae ʻāina. You won’t want to miss this once-in-a-generation cultural exchange from June 6-16, 2024.

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May 22, 2024

Alaska Natives honor Kamehameha Schools cultural leader and ties to Moananuiākea

Kamehameha Schools Executive Cultural Officer Randie Fong, Ed.D. is honored with the Tribal Ally Award by the Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska. This recognition is another example of the deepening pilina between Alaska and Hawaiʻi Indigenous Peoples.

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May 9, 2024

Muʻo Scholarship recipient excels in early learning degree program  

The Muʻo Scholarship program, an early education college degree program partnership between Kamehameha Schools Kaiāulu and Chaminade University of Honolulu is making a big impact in its inaugural year. And a Hawaiʻi Island preschool kumu is just one example of the program’s early success.

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May 2, 2024

CNHA program supported by Kamehameha Schools equips Maui residents for Lahaina recovery

Maui residents who want to be a part of the rebuilding of Lahaina can receive free trade certifications through the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement with support from Kamehameha Schools.

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April 15, 2024

KS Kaiāulu helps transform lives through support for higher education initiative

The Waiʻaleʻale Project encourages people with minimal or no college experience to attend and complete their first year of college.

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Feb. 6, 2024

Holomua your ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi skills during Mahina ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi

During Mahina ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi and all year round, “Replacement strategy” can be a great way to use more ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi in your day-to-day conversations.

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Dec. 4, 2023

Envisioning the role of ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi in self-determination

Lāhui Rising panel discussion series at Kaʻiwakīloumoku Hawaiian Cultural Center explores different aspects of ea – self-determination.

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Sept. 28, 2023

Kamehameha Schools education leader wants to revolutionize student testing

Chelsea Keehne, with Kamehameha Schools’ Kealaiwikuamoʻo Division wants to challenge educators, parents, and the community to rethink how students could be assessed with an emphasis on the types of learning that will stay with haumāna for a lifetime, instead of just long enough to take a test.

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June 7, 2023

Food systems entrepreneurs sought to participate in 2023 Mahi‘ai Match-Up

Kamehameha Schools is putting out a kāhea for food systems entrepreneurs to apply for Mahi‘ai Match-up, a program that aims to grow and develop food systems-related businesses.

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June 5, 2023

Mālama Ola Minute: Emergency preparedness: staying ahead of the storm

Secure your ʻohana’s safety! In this month’s Mālama Ola Minute, we share essential information, tips, and resources to help you and your ‘ohana stay prepared and resilient during this hurricane season.

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May 19, 2023

Weekly devotional: Mālama ‘āina – it’s our kuleana

KS Hawaiʻi senior Siddalee Amaral emphasizes how crucial it is to respect and treat each other with kindness, extending this attitude towards all of God’s creations, including the precious land.

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May 18, 2023

KS Kaiāulu, Arizona State University partner to host a new pathway to college

In an effort to provide students a way to get a bachelor’s degree without leaving their home community, Arizona State Univeristy and Kamehameha Schools Kaiāulu are partnering to host a new pathway to college, ASU Local, with the blessing of a newly-renovated space that is housing the first site the state.

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May 10, 2023

Mālama Ola Minute: Debunking myths around mental health

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and a time where individuals, communities, and organizations come together to promote mental well-being, educate the public, and advocate for better mental healthcare. In this edition of Mālama Ola Minute we work to debunk myths around mental health.

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April 19, 2023

Mālama Ola Minute: Pono pā‘ina behaviors: How to talk to your teen about drugs, alcohol

April marks National Alcohol Awareness Month, and it’s an opportune time to talk to your teens about the consequences of underage drinking and substance abuse

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Feb. 10, 2023

Weekly devotional: Mahalo e Ke Aliʻi Keʻelikōlani

KS Hawaiʻi Kahu Kaunaloa Boshard KSK’77 recalls of the close and righteous relationship between Ke Aliʻi Bernice Pauahi Bishop and her older cousin Ke Aliʻi Ruth Keʻelikōlani, whom we also remember during Mahina ‘Ōlelo Hawaiʻi as being a staunch advocate of our language, Hawaiian cultural beliefs and way of life.

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Feb. 8, 2023

Mālama Ola Minute: 8 tips for raising heart-healthy keiki

You can take charge of your child’s heart health by developing habits now that will reap benefits later in life.

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Feb. 7, 2023

KS alumni encourage engagement in 2023 neighborhood board elections

ʻŌiwi leadership starts local. More and more Native Hawaiians are getting involved in the hard work of government. Many leaders are starting at the grassroots – on their neighborhood boards.

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Feb. 6, 2023

KS Maui launches renewable energy microgrid

During the next 20 years, the project will reduce reliance on fossil fuels and save Kamehameha Schools about $5.8 million in energy costs.

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Jan. 23, 2023

‘Likoliko No‘eau’ elevates modern ‘ōiwi art

A carefully curated collection of artwork produced by Kamehameha Publishing is making ‘ōiwi art more accessible to all.

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Jan. 9, 2023

10 ways to keep your keiki organized

January is “Get Organized Month.” Here are some strategies to help your keiki improve their organizational skills so they can be prepared for success.

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Dec. 21, 2022

Advent Christmas Eve: Look to God’s light

Kamehameha Schools Kapālama Keiki Kahu Emma Akana KSK ’23 and Worship Leader Rodney Arias KSK’90 remind us that God’s light and presence is there to guide us when we feel lost, to bring us hope when we are weary and to bring us joy when we are fearful.

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Dec. 18, 2022

KS preschoolers walk laps and raise money in honor of Ke Aliʻi Pauahi

Keiki at Nā Kula Kamaliʻi ma Heʻeia took part in the preschool’s first-ever Pennies for Pauahi and Walk for Pauahi events.

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Nov. 28, 2022

Kūkahekahe: Celebrating Lā Kūʻokoʻa – Hawaiian Independence Day 2022

Let’s celebrate Lā Kūʻokoʻa, a Hawaiian national holiday that marks the date in 1843 when the sovereignty of the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi was formally recognized by England and France.

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Nov. 16, 2022

Kūkahekahe – Celebrating the birth of King Kalākaua

In this Kūkahekahe, we celebrate the birth of King David Laʻamea Kalākaua, a respected aliʻi nui and mōʻī – a ruler of the Hawaiian Kingdom – by sharing a bit about his friendship with our beloved founder, Ke Aliʻi Pauahi.

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Nov. 7, 2022

KS sponsors scenic Kaiwi Coast run/walk

The Nov. 20 run/walk starts at Sandy Beach Park, passes Hālona lookout, Hanauma Bay and ends at Hui Nalu hālau at Maunalua Bay Beach Park.

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Oct. 31, 2022

Kūkahekahe: KS marks 135 years since its founding

November 4 marks the official commemoration date of the founding of the Kamehameha School for Boys. In this Kūkahekahe, we celebrate 135 years of educating young Hawaiians by sharing commemorative articles printed by Kamehameha School students in the school’s early newspaper, “The Handicraft.”

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Oct. 28, 2022

Weekly devotional: ʻImi naʻauao – Seeking wisdom

Just as Ke Aliʻi Pauahi provided guidance and counsel to those who sought her wisdom, KS Maui Kahu Kahu Kalani Wong KSK’74 shares that we all have the opportunity to turn to Ke Akua who will help lead us to the right source and down a righteous path.

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Oct. 25, 2022

Reviving Hawaiian place names one sign at a time

While our community is known today as Pukalani, a new street sign, located just before the right turn onto ʻAʻapueo Parkway, identifies the area as ʻAʻapueo Ahupaʻa. It’s part of a larger effort by the Maui Nui Ahupua‘a Signage Project to breathe new life into the traditional place names that fell out of favor in modern times.

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