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August 11, 2022

Hālau ʻŌiwi: A personalized & experiential approach to kula

Hālau ʻŌiwi, a pilot learning model for KS Maui's sixth-graders, involves content area teachers working as a hui to make their specific subjects come alive through the same experiential, hands-on projects. See story »


February 28, 2022

KS Song Contest returns to the NBC Arena

After two years, the haumāna of Kamehameha Schools Kapālama kula kiʻekiʻe are returning to the Neal Blaisdell Center Arena for the 102nd annual Song Contest! See story »


February 24, 2022

Virtual summit to highlight Hawaiian culture-based practices of our kūpuna

March 2 is the deadline to register for the free KS virtual summit – Ka Waiwai No Nā Kūpuna: Hawaiian Culture-Based Practices for All – aimed at perpetuating our most treasured resources, the cultural ‘ike and practices of our kūpuna. See story »


September 13, 2021

Summer experiences create enduring cultural lessons for keiki

From Hawaiian healing techniques to the farm-to-table movement, haumāna explored cultural activities and ʻāina-based education offered through a new collaboration between Kamehameha Schools and community partners this summer. See story »







December 16, 2019

 'Aha Aloha  'Āina motivates KS Kapālama students, staff

Students at Kamehameha Schools Kapālama hosted the first-ever ʻAha Aloha ʻĀina fueled by a charge to take responsibility for the future of Hawaiʻi. See story »






April 20, 2018

Digginʻ the 'āina














August 1, 2013

Teaching Chemistry Through Culture

KS Hawai‘i instructor Joel Truesdell is using Hawaiian cultural activities to make learning relevant to his students. See story »


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