More than 2,800 students in grades one through 12 enrolled in the Kamehameha Schools Kapālama summer school program this year, taking courses in everything from algebra to athletics!
The campus wrapped up its 200-course program last week. Several of the programs held hōʻike to share what the students learned with friends and family. Haumāna displayed their skills in music, dance, robotics, athletics and cooking.
KS photographer Michael Young captured some of the hōʻike highlights in the photos below.