Common to our three Kamehameha Schools’ campuses is the goal to fulfill the mission of Ke Ali‛i Bernice Pauahi Bishop. Here we share some of the wonderful stories of those industrious men and women who’ve given life to our Founder’s vision, becoming leaders and agents of social change - improving the lives of our lāhui beyond our campus walls. I Mua Kamehameha!
We strive for academic excellence and cultivate a desire for lifelong learning. We are a values-based organization grounded in Christian and Hawaiian values; and we instill perseverance, enabling students to fulfill their legacy to be industrious, service-oriented, young men and women.
April 9, 2019
Gov. David Ige appointed Kamehameha Schools West Hawai‘i Regional Director Kaimana Barcarse to the Hawaiʻi County seat on the Hawaiʻi State Board of Education. As a new member in this volunteer position, Barcarse will serve a three-year term through June 30, 2022. See story »
April 5, 2019
KS Hawaiʻi kumu Carl Pao and Kawika Eyre's exhibit celebrating Kamehameha ʻEkahi moves to the East Hawaiʻi Cultural Center in April. See story »
April 5, 2019
In recent years, Kamehameha Schools Hawai‘i haumāna have raised awareness of our state’s critical need for blood donations through Senior Legacy projects. See story »
A group of 20 students from Kamehameha Schools Hawai‘i will travel to the world’s largest performing arts festival—the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Kamehameha Schools Maui ʻŌpio Division (Grades 9-12) took top honors at the 42nd Annual Nā Mele O Maui Song Competition held in November, at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center.
KS Maui senior Ayla Forsythe put on a special showing of “Nā Lio,” a new equestrian theatrical performance in Lāhaina, in October, as a benefit for children with special needs.
The new po‘o kula (head of school) at Kamehameha Schools Hawai‘i seeks to develop leaders who contribute on a local, national and global scale.
Students at Kamehameha Schools in Honolulu are hooked on learning, and it's because of one teacher's unconventional methods that turned their lessons into a video game.
Two KS Kapālama students pushed efforts for a fan collection at Kekaha Elementary School, to help the students and teachers battle intense summer heat.
KS Kapālama and Hālau Kū Māna students adopted a novel concept making an educational trip to Africa accessible to their classmates and families back home.
KS Kapālama sophomore Auli'i Cravalho won the leading role for the upcoming Disney movie, "Moana."
KS Kapālama wrestler Teshya Alo, a three-time state champion, was named the Asics High School Wrestler of the Year after impressive 2014-15.
Mock interviews at KS Maui help students prepare for the future.