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Student safety and well-being

Hawaiian culture and spirituality

physical health

Following the example of Princess Pauahi, we uphold the cultural and spiritual values that instill Native Hawaiian identity and pride within our haumāna.

  • Ground our focus and work in Hawaiian cultural principles and culture-based education
  • Affirm our commitment to Christian values of aloha for Ke Akua, each other and ‘āina
  • Hawaiian Culture Based Education is at the core of all that we do
  • ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i established as a core graduation requirement
  • Nā Kahu provide guidance to all staff and students across all campuses
  • Baibala Project: utilizing the Baibala in classroom instruction

Ke Ali‘i Pauahi recognized that one’s spiritual development is as important as academic achievement. Accordingly, Christian Education is an integral aspect of KS’ educational program. All students are expected to meet Christian Education requirements:

  • Chapel devotions consist of monthly chapel services that include Bible scripture readings, prayers, singing and short thought-provoking meditations.
  • Christian Education class is a course that all students attend throughout the year. A tri-campus theme is selected each year to serve as the focus for the Christian Ed program.

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