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Kamehameha Schools was founded by the will of Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the great-granddaughter of Kamehameha the Great.

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Innovation keeps alumni traditions alive during uncertain times

The KS Alumni Relations team leaned on innovation to turn the traditional Alumni Week event into a month-long celebration with global reach.

In recalling the bond formed with his littlest moʻopuna, KS Hawaiʻi Kahu Kaunaloa Boshard KSK’77 shares the words of John 10:27-28 which remind us that in recognizing ka leo aloha, or the voice of love, and refraining from trying to figure out everything on our own means we have confidence in Jesus Christ to protect and care for us. See story »

KS and longtime community partner POW!WOW! Hawaiʻi created hand-painted signs with uplifting messages to post at KS commercial properties across the state. See story »

Leaning on the words of Isaiah 43:19, KS Maui Kahu Kalani Wong KSK’74 reminds us that although life as we knew it may never be the same, we must not dwell on the past, but instead trust in ke Akua for our eyes will be open to new growth and opportunities. See story »

When students return to school – via virtual learning or in the classroom – it can be valuable to engage them in activities that affirm their competence, sense of self-worth and feelings of safety. See story »

Buy One Feed One Hawaiʻi – a KS initiative that supports KS restaurant tenants impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic – will continue through July 31. See story »

Winners of the MahiX open innovation challenge included a tool to fight agricultural theft and the expansion of a smartphone app to support farm tours on Hawaiʻi island. See story »

Kamehameha Schools Hawaiʻi Campus Kahu Kaunaloa Boshard KSK’77 shares a memory of seeking kōkua from ke Akua while bodysurfing a mighty wave at Point Panics. And as James 1:5 promises, wisdom was given to him abundantly and without blame or criticism. See story »

Now is a time to provide opportunities for students to complete activities that affirm their competence, sense of self-worth and feelings of safety. See story »

This season of life that we are in can be tiring and overwhelming. How can one keep going with the emotional drain of sheltering in place, the fear of catching the virus, or not having the support that physical contact provides?
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When students return to school – via virtual learning or in the classroom – it can be valuable to engage them in activities that affirm their competence, sense of self-worth and feelings of safety. See story »

Anu Getgen, a behavioral health supervisor at Kamehameha Schools Maui and 2004 KSK graduate, provides tips for dealing with stress and remaining connected during the COVID-19 pandemic. See story »

Get news about births, weddings and other personal and professional alumni achievement.

See photos from Alumni Week gatherings and other class events.

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