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April 27, 2021

Lei Pua Melia – Plumeria Lei, a favorite adornment in Hawai‘i

In honor of our islands’ upcoming May Day celebration, Kamehameha Schools Cultural Consultant Manu Boyd KSK ’80 strings a special lei of mele and memories of the humble, yet beloved pua melia (plumeria). See story »

April 23, 2021

Weekly devotional: Gathered as one

KS Maui Kahu Kalani Wong KSK’74 honors the legacy of Kawaiahaʻo Church, the spiritual home for many aliʻi including our beloved founder Bernice Pauahi Bishop, as it celebrate its 201st anniversary. See story »

April 22, 2021

A mushroom grower, a juice maker and more: Meet this year’s Mahi‘ai Scale-up competitors

All entrants in the 2021 competition will receive free business training and support through KS partnerships with the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement and The Kohala Center (TKC). See story »

April 20, 2021

Honor Earth Day – Stream the impactful film ‘Eating Up Easter’

The compelling documentary “Eating Up Easter” by filmmaker and Rapanui native Sergio Mataʻu Rapu explores the tensions within Rapa Nui – formerly known as Easter Island – an island community facing the globalizing effects of tourism while trying to protect their culture, identity, and ways of life for future generations. See story »

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 8, 2021

Join us online for a presentation on building resiliency in your keiki

Youth advocate and speaker Christian Moore will host a special presentation for ʻohana on resilience. 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

Complete re-enrollment for your student by April 30

Using KSConnect and FACTs, please complete the re-enrollment process for your student by April 30. 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 »

April 5, 2021

Easter Worship Service

The high school deputation team and Kahu Kaunaloa Boshard put together a worship service to celebrate Easter. See story »

April 1, 2021

How to watch ʻELEAU | KS Hawaiʻi Hōʻike 2021

Watch the KS Hawaiʻi Hōʻike 2021 film, ʻELEAU, starting Friday, April 2 at 6 p.m. See all the ways you can watch. See story »

April 1, 2021

TRAFFIC NOTICE: Audit of Authorized Vehicle Registration Tags conducted Apr. 5-9

Anticipate slight delays when entering campus in the morning next week as our security completes an important check as part of our safety protocols. 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 30, 2021

Update your child’s forms for the 2021-2022 school year by May 15

Instructions on how you can update your child's student directory of information forms for next school year are available here. See story »

March 29, 2021

Update student information in KS Connect

KS Connect can be updated starting April 1, 2021. See story »

March 29, 2021

Students produce film to keep Hōʻike tradition alive

‘Eleau, premiering April 2, tells the story of Kahalaopuna, rainbow goddess of Mānoa, and her tragedy with love. 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 »


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