Nā Pua a Pauahi
The Kamehameha Schools alumni ‘ohana is made up of more than 28,000 warriors worldwide representing a hui of Hawaiian learners who have been uplifted by Pauahi’s legacy of giving.
With guidance from the Office of Advancement and in collaboration with KS’ three campuses, alumni association, class representatives and other community partners, the Alumni Relations Office offers a rich set of programs and events to help alumni stay connected and engaged with their alma mater and each other.
Our goal is to strengthen our alumni ‘ohana and give them opportunities to serve their communities with their time, talent, and treasure.
Kamehameha Schools Director of Advancement and Executive Director of the Pauahi Foundation Pono Ma'a KSK'82 shares some of the great efforts happening as his team engages with alumni and advancement partners, and celebrates the positive work happening in our communities and around the world.
KS Kapālama Hawaiian language kumu Kahanuola Solatorio developed “E Hoʻopili Mai,” a free digital language-learning resource available on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and most recently through Google Classroom.
For more than 30 years, KS Kapālama Elementary School kumu Lynell Bright has nurtured the voices of countless haumāna as director of the KS Children’s Chorus. This year, the chorus won its first Nā Hōkū Hanohano award for the Christmas album, “Ho‘onani Kākou Iā Ia.”
KSAA has 15 regions throughout Hawai‘i and the continental United States. Membership in the Alumni Association is granted upon graduation. Contact your local region to connect with fellow alumni in your area.