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We look forward to continuing a step forward towards normalcy with the 2021-2022 school year and welcoming back our haumāna in August.

Complete re-enrollment for your student by April 30

Apr. 6, 2021

As we look ahead, we remain hopeful that more normalcy will return to our lives as we emerge stronger from enduring the challenges of this pandemic. We will remain vigilant and ready to adjust as conditions dictate, with safety always as our sacred kuleana. This month, we begin the process of preparing to welcome back our haumāna next school year. 


We look forward to welcoming your keiki back to our kauhale in the 2021-2022 school year! You will be utilizing KS Connect and FACTs to update your student's information, complete and sign the required forms, and set-up tuition payment. Please remember to complete the re-enrollment process by April 30, 2021. 

To complete the enrollment process, login to KS Connect using your parent login. Be sure to change your role in the upper right hand corner of the screen to the “entering parent” role. To complete the process, you will need to:

  • Review your Student Directory Information (SDI) and make any changes as necessary
  • Read and sign the Tuition Contract
  • Read and sign the following School Forms:
    • Enrollment Agreement
    • General Release, Waiver of Liability, and Indemnity Agreement
    • COVID-19 Acknowledgement Form

Financial Aid Applications for the 2021-22 school year are currently available. Please apply early to ensure timely awarding.

You can also use this resource with additional information and how-to's:

Included within are the re-enrollment checklist, tuition rates for next school year, frequently asked questions, and instructions on how to update KS Connect.


As part of the re-enrollment, Mālama Ola has also compiled a resource packet with the forms needed to be completed for medical clearance for returning students, with additional instructions for any students who plan to participate in athletics.  

Packets have grade level specific checklists in them:

Find instructions on how to update your keiki's Moʻomōʻali Olakino Electronic Health Record (EHR), and relevant forms if your child may need to take or have available a medication on-campus, or a physical evaluation form for those entering grades 3 and 5 next year. Medical clearance will need to be completed by June 1, 2021. 



With what we know now, Kamehameha Schools Hawaiʻi is pleased to also present its school calendar for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year.

We encourage parents to use the school calendar when planning vacations and trips for your keiki. Please consult your keiki's Student and Parent Handbook to determine excused and unexcused absences since student attendance at school is very important to your keiki and their kumu.

As we are all familiar with by now, unanticipated events may require changes to the school calendar, and we will update you as soon as those changes are known. You may also find additional dates and events on our campus website at


As always, if you have questions, concerns, or manaʻo, please consult with your unit office or email us at

Ke aloha nui iā ʻoukou pākahi a pau.

Find helpful how-tos and re-enrollment checklists in this guide linked above.

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