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January 26, 2021

KS Buy One, Feed One Campaign donates $40,000 to Hawaiʻi Foodbank

Hawaiʻi Foodbank received a $40,000 donation from KS’ Buy One, Feed One campaign, a movement encouraging individuals to purchase a second meal for someone impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. See story »

January 25, 2021

Celebrating Charles Reed Bishop

This week, the KS ‘ohana celebrated the birth of Charles Reed Bishop – husband of Princess Pauahi, and a driving force in the founding of KS. Learn about Bishop’s legacy and get a glimpse of campus celebrations in this mo‘olelo. See story »

January 24, 2021

Charles Reed Bishop Founder’s Day Convocation 2021

KS Hawaiʻi and KS Maui host a joint virtual service to celebrate the contributions and character of Pauahi's beloved husband, Charles Reed Bishop. See story »

January 22, 2021

Safety guidelines for student-athletes

An orientation for student-athletes on important safety protocols as they return to training and conditioning. See story »

January 22, 2021

Weekly devotional: The mark of a humble leader

A humble leader has a deep foundation in ke Akua shares KS Maui Kahu Kalani Wong KSK’74. From King Soloman to Hawaiʻi’s aliʻi wāhine and other great leaders alike, let us follow their example and seek to lead in a loving and just fashion by grounding ourselves in ke Akua. See story »

January 21, 2021

ʻĀina-based learning thrives in virtual environment

On any given day, Kumu Alexis Kageyama, ‘Āina & Sustainability Engagement Instructor, could be found in the Māla ‘Ai o Kaʻuʻuku with her haumāna on Kamehameha Schools Mauiʻs Lower Division campus checking on the growth of the tomatoes or ʻuala, or feeding the moa in the Hale Moa (chicken coops). See story »

January 21, 2021

A culturally rich summer experience

The deadline for applications to Hālau ʻo Kapikohānaiāmālama, Kamehameha Schools Maui’s summer program, is fast approaching. See story »

January 20, 2021

ʻŌiwi leadership and aloha ʻāina: Responses to the overthrow of Lili‘uokalani

The mo‘olelo of Hui Aloha ʻĀina and Hui Kālaiʻāina, two Hawaiian nationalist organizations established by Native Hawaiian political leaders in the aftermath of the overthrow. See story »

January 15, 2021

Weekly devotional: Breaking through the bad

Through Pslam 66:8-12, KS Maui Kahu Kalani Wong KSK’74 reminds us that a life of believing in ke Akua doesn’t make one immune to trials and tribulations. However, ke Akua will be there to help break through the bad and lead us to a place of abundance! See story »

January 13, 2021

KSK kumu Solatorio amasses global social media following of his ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i lessons

KS Kapālama Hawaiian language kumu Kahanuola Solatorio developed “E Hoʻopili Mai,” a free digital language-learning resource available on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and most recently through Google Classroom. See story »

January 13, 2021

What you need to know before riding the bus

There are several important safety protocols families should know and follow when riding the bus. See story »

January 12, 2021

KS launches Mahi‘ai Scale-up to support local farmers, food distributors

Kamehameha Schools launched Mahi‘ai Scale-up, an agricultural business plan competition that helps established local farms and food system organizations grow their businesses. See story »

January 11, 2021

“13 Years” - a senior legacy project

Senior Tylee Calicdan put together a video reflection series to honor and celebrate her classmates who she's been with since Kindergarten, and show how KS shapes young students into future leaders. See story »

January 8, 2021

Summer course registration now open

Our kula will offer a transitional summer program, Kauwela 2021, from our new Remote and Summer Learning kula with courses for current KS Hawaiʻi grade K-11 students. Registration will open on January 6 at 7 a.m. See story »

January 8, 2021

Returning to School Safely at Kula Waena

A reminders of the steps we need to take to return to school safely. Protocols have been updated as of January 2021. See story »

January 8, 2021

New return to school if sick requirements and voluntary COVID testing

Mālama Ola Health Service Department has updated the requirements for when students can return to school if sick with COVID-19 symptoms, and have a new voluntary testing program in place that does require authorization if students, faculty or staff want to participate. See story »

January 8, 2021

Weekly devotional: Stepping into the future with faith

Leaning on the words of the prophet Ezekiel, KS Maui Kahu Kalani Wong KSK’74 says that the future – though unknown – will be bright if we shed our hearts of stone and our attitudes of fear, and put our trust in ke Akua. See story »

January 4, 2021

Weekly devotional: E hoʻomau i ka ulu ‘ana – Continue to grow

KS Maui Kahu Kalani Wong’s mo‘opuna serve as inspiration for this week’s devotional. Kahu reflects on their growth and maturity while challenging us to do the same with ourselves as we reflect on the unprecedented year of 2020. See story »

January 4, 2021

Riding the bus? Here’s what you need to know!

Important health and safety procedures for bus riders. See story »

January 4, 2021

Student Daily Wellness Check-Ins: What you need to know

An important precaution to fight the spread of COVID-19 is a simple check-in you need to make each morning to confirm a student is feeling well. See story »

January 4, 2021

Free, Voluntary COVID testing offered for students

Kamehameha Schools students, faculty, and staff can now register for a saliva-based drive-thru COVID-19 test offered this Thursday from 2:30 to 6 p.m. at the middle school bus ramp. See story »

December 24, 2020

ʻOhoʻohukeaʻauikalikolehua dance to “I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas”

See a hula from our haumāna in honor of the holiday season to a holiday classic. See story »

December 23, 2020

Christmas Chapel will premiere on Christmas Eve

Our K-12 Christmas chapel features some beautiful manaʻo and mele. Watch along, starting Christmas Eve at 7 p.m. See story »

December 22, 2020

Performing arts kumu share a Christmas classic

Our performing arts kumu at Kamakaʻeha get creative for the holiday and deliver a beautiful performance. See story »

December 22, 2020

Paraoa parai – Māori fried bread

A friend of Ho‘okahua – Auntie Gina Harding of Aurere, Aotearoa – shares her recipe for paraoa parai – Māori fried bread – a family favorite. Palaoa palai (Māori fried bread in ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi) could be a great addition to your dinner table! See story »

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