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May 24, 2024

Kamehameha Schools graduates aim to empower lāhui wherever they go

Kamehameha Schools graduates face the dilemma of staying or going away for college, illustrating a wider narrative of balancing cultural roots and professional aspirations.

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May 13, 2024

Kamehameha Schools Kapālama’s first AA graduates: Where are they now?

Through the dual credit program with Hawaiʻi Pacific University, KS haumāna start their college education early, saving their families tens of thousands of dollars on tuition.

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April 30, 2024

KS Kapālama senior takes home top photojournalism award

KS Kapālama senior Kaydn Ito snapped a compelling photo of dueling demonstrations in New York City, which earned him top honors at the National High School Journalism Convention. He wasn’t the only KS haumāna to receive honors there.

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April 15, 2024

KS Kaiāulu helps transform lives through support for higher education initiative

The Waiʻaleʻale Project encourages people with minimal or no college experience to attend and complete their first year of college.

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Aug. 31, 2022

Five KS Maui Seniors Receive National College Board Recognition

Five Kamehameha Schools Maui seniors have earned academic recognition from the College Board National Recognition Programs, which grant underrepresented students honors for their academic achievement and success on college assessments.

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Aug. 24, 2022

New College & Career Counselors Span Every Grade Level

In an ambitious push by KS Maui to boost college readiness, college and career counselors spanning kindergarten through senior year will be working with haumāna and their ʻohana in preparing them for every aspect of life after KS Maui.

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