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November 7, 2022

KS sponsors scenic Kaiwi Coast run/walk

The Nov. 20 run/walk starts at Sandy Beach Park, passes Hālona lookout, Hanauma Bay and ends at Hui Nalu hālau at Maunalua Bay Beach Park. See story »

November 7, 2022

Recent KSM graduate overcomes adversity and becomes rising alakaʻi

Student-athlete and alaka‘i Kale Spencer KSM’22 has overcome adversity and excelled in academics to become an ‘ōiwi leader who would make Ke Ali‘I Pauahi proud. See story »

November 4, 2022

Weekly devotional: Reforming ships and stories

KS Kapālama Kahu Manu Naeʻole KSK’96 shares the moʻolelo from the Old Testament, the Ships of Tarshish, and asks us to reflect on the gifts and functions Ke Akua has given us that need reformation power. See story »

November 3, 2022

10 ways to teach your keiki gratitude during the holiday season

In a world that seems to value overabundance, teaching gratitude can feel like an uphill battle. Despite the challenges you might face, helping our keiki to feel grateful can be worthwhile. See story »

November 3, 2022

Building Strong Relationships Through Moʻolelo

Wā Moʻolelo, centered around the Kamehameha Schools Maui value of pilina, is a monthly opportunity for K-5 haumāna to meet different groups of leaders, kumu, and even Māhele Luna (6-12) students from across the Maui campus. Each class receives a visitor who reads from a story special to them. See story »

November 2, 2022

KSK kumu create dual-language curriculum

In partnership with Kanaeokana and Kanaka Pakipika, two ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i kumu at Kamehameha Schools Kapālama spearheaded the creation of teaching curriculum inspired by Kapaemāhū. See story »

November 2, 2022

‘Whetū Mārama: Bright Star’ screens free at Ka‘iwakīloumoku

The film from Aotearoa (New Zealand) tells the story of the late Sir Hekenukumai Ngāiwi Pūhipi, aka Hek Busby, and his role in rekindling Māori wayfinding. See story »

November 1, 2022

Experience E Ola! – Inspiring advocacy through the written word

Experience E Ola! is a video series that celebrates our stories of E Ola! success to inspire our community to ho‘ ōla lāhui – to actively contribute to a thriving lāhui.
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October 31, 2022

Kūkahekahe: KS marks 135 years since its founding

November 4 marks the official commemoration date of the founding of the Kamehameha School for Boys. In this Kūkahekahe, we celebrate 135 years of educating young Hawaiians by sharing commemorative articles printed by Kamehameha School students in the school’s early newspaper, “The Handicraft.” See story »

October 28, 2022

Tips to having a spooktacular and safe Halloween

Whether your Halloween plans are for mākua or keiki, there’s plenty to consider before choosing a costume, putting on makeup, and filling your ‘opu with sweet treats. See story »

October 28, 2022

Weekly devotional: ʻImi naʻauao – Seeking wisdom

Just as Ke Aliʻi Pauahi provided guidance and counsel to those who sought her wisdom, KS Maui Kahu Kalani Wong KSK’74 shares that we all have the opportunity to turn to Ke Akua who will help lead us to the right source and down a righteous path. See story »

October 27, 2022

Haumāna Inspire Other Indigenous Peoples to Share Their Native Moʻolelo

Five KS Maui haumāna traveled to the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education to present their labor of love: recording and sharing moʻolelo from Mary Kawena Pukui’s classic He Mau Kaʻao Hawaiʻi: Folktales of Hawaiʻi. See story »

October 25, 2022

Reviving Hawaiian place names one sign at a time

While our community is known today as Pukalani, a new street sign, located just before the right turn onto ʻAʻapueo Parkway, identifies the area as ʻAʻapueo Ahupaʻa. It’s part of a larger effort by the Maui Nui Ahupua‘a Signage Project to breathe new life into the traditional place names that fell out of favor in modern times. See story »

October 21, 2022

Weekly devotional: Dreams and reality

In leaning on the words of Isaiah 6:9-10, KS Kapālama Kahu Manu Naeʻole KSK’96 reminds us that no matter where we find ourselves, especially if perception and reality are not matching, always continue to do good and declare to Ke Akua, “Here I am!” See story »

October 20, 2022

Words Heard ‘Round the World: KS Maui Poets Gain Global Audience

Twenty-five student poets from Kamehameha Schools Maui had their poems published in the international Young Writers’ Empowered — Dare to Dream poetry anthology. KS Maui had the most poets represented from a single school in the collection. See story »

October 19, 2022

KS provides insight, resources during Safe Schools Week

Kamehameha Schools is recognizing Safe Schools Week by sharing important tips, resources and tools that help to equip our haumāna, ‘ohana and kumu with information on fostering safety and positive well-being. See story »

October 18, 2022

Emergency alert system test this Friday at 3:00 p.m.

An emergency alert system test is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 21 at 3 p.m. If any information has changed, please make sure to update your keiki's record in Infinite Campus See story »

October 18, 2022

PAʻI Foundation accepting ‘ōiwi leadership grant applications

PAʻI Foundation has partnered with KS to offer Ma Ka Hana Ka ʻIke, a grant program aimed at cultivating ‘ōiwi leaders by elevating Native Hawaiian artists, cultural bearers and cultural practitioners. See story »

October 18, 2022

Statewide voter engagement events scheduled ahead of the upcoming general election

Kamehameha Schools and other Native Hawaiian-serving organizations have organized a series of events to promote the importance of voter turnout and civic engagement. See story »

October 14, 2022

Weekly devotional: An abundant life

After dwelling on his decade-old grill finally calling it quits, KS Maui Kahu Kalani Wong KSK’74 is reminded of the sacrifice by Christ so that we all experience an abundant life and shares the importance of relying on His word and purpose instead of only on worldly possessions. See story »

October 13, 2022

Every Friday the Fashion of Our Kūpuna Comes Back to Life

The Puʻu Muʻumuʻu Project, started by Kumu Hulali DeLima, has grown into a massive collection of aloha wear thanks to local designers like Sig Zane, Manuhealiʻi, Kealopiko and community donations. Every Friday, haumāna connect with their kūpuna by wearing the clothes they wore. See story »

October 12, 2022

Po‘o kula share mana‘o on Moananuiākea’s role in creating global ʻōiwi leaders

The webinar, “Moananuiākea: Our Ancestral Oceanic Home” highlights the many educational resources teachers and learners can use, available on the Ka‘iwakīloumoku website. See story »

October 10, 2022

Rare plant thought to be extinct discovered on KS Hawai‘i Island land

Kamehameha Schools, the State of Hawaiʻi Department of Land and Natural Resources and Three Mountain Alliance discovered a small population of Delissea argutidentata, a plant thought to be extinct in the wild. See story »

October 10, 2022

Mālama Ola Minute: Helping keiki cope with cyberbullying

Here are some tips on what to do if your keiki is experiencing or engaging in cyberbullying. Learning about this dangerous threat can protect our keiki and encourage pono behavior.
See story »


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