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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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  • COLLEGE INTERNSHIPS

    Kāpili ‘Oihana Internship Program

    Kāpili ‘Oihana Internship Program (KOIP) is a statewide 14-week summer internship program for college students.

    Application deadline: Feb. 28, 2018
    Age group: College students
    Program info and application instructions »


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  • EARLY COLLEGE

    Early College Scholarship

    Scholarship for 9th – 12th grade students attending eligible high schools* in West Hawai‘i who want to earn college credit before they graduate.

    Application window: March – April
    Age group: students in 9 – 12 grades
    Program info and application instructions »


  • COLLEGE & CAREER PREP

    Kamehameha Scholars

    Nationally acclaimed college and career planning program that provides non-Kamehameha students entering 9th grade with year-round workshops, interactive lessons and program counselors.

    Application window: April
    Age group: students entering 9th grade
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  • K–12 EDUCATION

    Campus Program

    Traditional K-12 program at campuses located on O‘ahu, Maui and Hawai‘i island with world-class curriculum rooted in Christian and Hawaiian values

    Application window: September
    Age group: students in K-12 grades

    Program info and application instructions »

    Kipona Scholarship

    Need-based funds for students enrolling in participating non-Kamehameha private schools statewide

    Application window: September
    Age group: students in K-12 grades

    Program info and application instructions »



  • COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS

    Nā Ho‘okama a Pauahi

    Need-based scholarships for college students pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees

    Application window: October – February
    Age group: College students
    Program info and application instructions »

    Pauahi Foundation scholarships

    Over 100 merit and need-based scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students that have been created by private donors and awarded based on many factors

    Application window: January – February
    Age group: College students
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    Mauō Scholarship

    A special scholarship offered in partnership with Arizona State University – Tempe Campus with preference to ASU students in sustainability studies.

    Application window: February
    Age group: College students
    Program info and application instructions »

    ‘Imi Na‘auao

    Merit-based scholarships for college students pursuing a graduate degree

    Application window: November – January
    Age group: College students
    Program info and application instructions »


 
 

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