There are 152,000 native Hawaiians, ages 0-24, in Hawai‘i's school system.
By 2040, that number is projected to grow to 247,000.
Windward Mall Resource Center
46-056 Kamehameha Hwy #285
Kaneʻohe, HI 96744
Second Floor between
Macy’s and Le’s Nail Studio
Monday – Friday 9am to 4pm
(808) 235-2329 firstname.lastname@example.org
Our relationship to the ‘āina and our Hawaiian values sustain the traditions and productivity of the ahupua'a, stimulate learning opportunities, nurture a healthy community, and perpetuate its rural character. More info »
Student-athletes Gooman, Obrey selected to Hall of Honor
Kamehameha Schools Kapālama senior student-athletes Ashley Gooman (wrestling) and Kalina Obrey (basketball and volleyball) have been selected to the Enterprise Rent-a-Car/Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association (HHSAA) Hall of Honor as part of the 12-member 2019 class.
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Kamehameha Schools believes that education is an important part of wellbeing for the Lāhui. We are working with the community to create Hawaiian Culture Based Education opportunities that give our keiki a leading edge in life. Together we are aligning our resources to build on community strengths and address community challenges. As a result, we will create an environment where keiki will flourish because they are connected to place, supported in learning, and ready to succeed as tomorrow’s local and global leaders.
Priority Focus Areas
Advance a regional network of cutting-edge learning sites and facilities
Innovate and expand Hawaiian Culture Based Education Programs and Resources
Enhance Family Engagement, Post-Secondary Success, and Career Pathways
Catalyze Collective Community Development
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For program information and assistance with applications, call (808) 523-6200.