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Kamehameha Schools was founded by the will of Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the great-granddaughter of Kamehameha the Great.

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This year’s theme is “Kūpaʻa Mau i ke Kahua Pono” meaning to stand firm on the righteous foundation.
2020 PTO Hoʻolauleʻa set for Feb. 22

Save the date and make plans to join us on Saturday, February 22 for the annual PTO HOʻOLAULEʻA.

This year’s theme is “Kūpaʻa Mau i ke Kahua Pono” meaning to stand firm on the righteous foundation. As we guide our keiki on their journey through life, we can only hope that we have built a strong and righteous foundation that they will be able to stand on. Combined with the knowledge, love and sacrifices which goes into building this base, there can only be greatness in their futures.

As in years past, you can expect booths such as: cultural events, carnival games, Kamehameha logo apparel, Scholastic Book Fair, Country Kitchen and lots of ‘ono food! All proceeds from this event are used to provide enrichment grants to KS Hawai‘i students. This school year, the PTO has already awarded $15,000 to our students in support of various sports and other enrichment programs. 

More info as it is available will be posted to this page. Until then, please feel free to share they flyer above with friends and family and make your plans to join the fun on Feb. 22! 

KSH ʻOhana - download the Hoʻolauleʻa Information Packet with Pre-Sale and T-Shirt Order Forms

Two important deadlines:

  • T-Shirt Order Form DUE JAN. 22 
  • Script and Special Items (Hawaiian Plate, Kūlolo, Lilikoʻi Butter, Bouncer Wristbands, Butterscotch Brownies, Punaluʻu Cinnamon Swirl Bread) Pre-Order Form DUE FEB. 7

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