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April 16, 2021

Weekly devotional: A love letter from ke Akua

KS Hawaiʻi Kahu Kaunaloa Boshard KSK’77 shares experiences which sparked his passion for reading his Hemolele Baibala (Holy Bible), likening its words to a love letter from ke Akua. See story »

April 15, 2021

Cook with Ming Tsai and his mākua as part of the HFWF

KS staffers, students and alumni will receive free registration and a discount on a meal kit for a virtual cooking class with award-winning Chef Ming Tsai. See story »

April 13, 2021

‘Ōleloflix – Community collab captions Netflix movies in Hawaiian

Award-winning website allows Netflix subscribers to watch, translate and dub Netflix movies into Hawaiian. See story »

April 12, 2021

KS, Clearway break ground for solar project in Waiawa

The facility will be among the first utility-scale battery storage and solar facilities on the island, moving Hawai‘i closer to its goal of generating 100% of its power using renewable energy by 2045. See story »

April 7, 2021

KS, Kaunamano Farm donate $10,000 to ‘Iolani Palace as part of ‘Eating with Impact’ fund-raiser

The gift will help support the operation of the historic landmark severely impacted by the downturn of tourism as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. See story »

April 6, 2021

Lāʻau love: Let’s celebrate Native Hawaiian Plant Month!

This week’s Kūkahekahe – Cultural Conversations – column shows us ways that we can kōkua in the effort to make sure our lāʻau ʻōiwi (native plants) grow in our islands for many more generations! See story »

April 5, 2021

KSM lesson on energy transfer sparks positive attitude in students

KSM fourth grade Kumu Raina Grove designed a science lesson that also taught positivity and perseverance. See story »

March 31, 2021

Easter: Mai makaʻu – No be scared!

KS Maui senior Bailey Ventura and KS Maui Kahu Kalani Wong KSK'74 encourage us to go forth as “Easter people” who are not afraid – people who are confident in the hope that ke Akua brings to our lives and to the world. See story »

March 30, 2021

Good Friday: Though death came life and hope

KS Kapālama Kahu Sherman Thompson KSK'74 and KSK junior Logan Lau share their mana‘o on how ke Akua’s crucifixion was both an end and a blessed new beginning. See story »

March 30, 2021

Woman’s History Month: Matriarchal power and language recovery in Alaska

Alaskan Natives La quen náay Liz Medicine Crow and ‘Wáahlaal Gíidaak Barbara Blake share the story of the decades-long race to preserve Alaska’s native languages – a struggle that mirrors efforts that have occurred to preserve ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i across our pae ‘āina. See story »

March 30, 2021

KSH haumāna keep Hōʻike tradition alive with phenomenal film, ‘‘Eleau’ premiering April 2

When challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of the annual Kamehameha Schools Hawai‘i theatrical Hōʻike performance, a handful of KSH haumāna used ingenuity and their ‘Ōiwi Edge mindset to create a hōʻike in the form of a feature film. See story »

March 27, 2021

Pacific Conversations:  Papa Mau Piailug and the pwo navigators of Micronesia

The latest episode of Ka‘iwakīloumoku’s virtual talk show “Pacific Conversations” focuses on the extraordinary life and legacy of Master Navigator Pius “Mau” Piailug. See story »

March 24, 2021

Lent week 6: It is written!

KS Kapālama Christian Education Kumu Vince Acohido and KSK eighth grader Lauren Kawai share their mana‘o on the choices we make during Lent, from giving up chocolate and video games, to making positive changes within ourselves. See story »

March 23, 2021

Windward Mall installs eco-friendly ‘rain garden’ to reduce water pollution

Kamehamaha Schools’ Windward Mall in He‘eia is one of the first malls in Hawai‘i to install a “rain garden” designed to reduce the pollution of nearby streams and the ocean. See story »

March 22, 2021

Prince Kūhiō: Ke Aliʻi Makaʻāinana – The Citizen Prince

Friday, March 26 marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalanianaʻole. In the spirit of celebration, KS Cultural Consultant Manu Boyd KSK’80 reflects on Kūhiō’s life and moʻokūʻauhau (genealogy) as part of the foundation which made his contributions to the lāhui so extraordinary. See story »

March 19, 2021

Lent week 5:  The kind of friend we all need

Kamehameha Schools Maui Class of 2023 Dean of Students Malorie Chong and KSM senior Arianna Rios share the mo‘olelo of the death of Jesus’ friend Lazarus to remind us that we have a friend in Ke Akua, and that we should trust what He has in store for us. See story »

March 18, 2021

Stronger Together: Celebrating a year of resilience

In March, we joined the world with heartfelt empathy for those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Let us come together to reflect on our accomplishments this past year guided by our Christian and Hawaiian values. Let’s also celebrate the extraordinary resilience of our communities and our enduring spirit of laulima! See story »

March 17, 2021

Women’s History Month: Kaʻiulani, beloved Princess

In honor of the National Women’s History Month, we celebrate Princess Kaʻiulani who fought with strength and compassion for her nation, as a young woman of distinction. See story »

March 12, 2021

Lent week 4: Never knew a love like this before

Kamehameha Schools Maui P.E. Kumu Chad Kalehuawehe compares the divine joy he felt at the birth of his son with the eternal joy can we feel when we have faith in Jesus Christ, while his son Noah Kalehuawehe KSM’24 reminds us that by having that faith and confessing our sins, we may live with the Lord in heaven for eternity. See story »

March 12, 2021

Know a college student? Point them toward KS’ Kāpili ‘Oihana Internship Program

Mana Up, the Hawai‘i International Film Festival, DTL Hawaiian strategies studio and W.M. Keck Observatory are just some of the organizations seeking college student interns this summer through KS’ Kāpili ‘Oihana Internship Program. See story »

March 10, 2021

‘Ka Huaka‘i’ publication on Hawaiian well-being now available online

Research findings in the KS publication point to both positive gains and persistent challenges for kānaka maoli, highlighting the importance of Hawaiian culture-based education. See story »

March 10, 2021

‘Ka Piko Podcast’ with City Council Chair Waters showcases ‘ōiwi leadership

“Ka Piko Podcast,” which was launched by Kamehameha Schools in 2019, highlights innovative approaches to education and community-building through a Native Hawaiian lens. See story »

March 8, 2021

Women’s History Month: Nā me‘e wāhine o Hawai‘i – Women heroes of Hawai‘i

As an institution founded and endowed by a me‘e wahine, we proudly celebrate the achievements of women who have helped shaped Hawai‘i. See story »

March 5, 2021

Lent week 3:  Be humble before ke Akua and each other

KS Kapālama alumnus Kuao Peihopa KSK’21 (who graduated from KSK in December, 2020) is currently a defensive lineman for the University of Washington Huskies football team. In this week’s Lent devotional, he and KS Kapālama Hope Kahu Barrett Awai KSK’88 share their mana‘o on the importance of being humble before ke Akua and each other every day. See story »

March 2, 2021

KS carves partnership with Polynesian Cultural Center

The mo‘olelo of KS Cultural Specialist and Kaʻiwakīloumoku carver Kumulaʻau Sing KSK’89 and Maōri master carver Jared Pere who collaborated to create a poupou – or ancestral post – as a tribute to esteemed Māori elder Sir Hector Busby. See story »


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