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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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Kamehameha Schools Maui
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'Aha Mele 2019: An annual spring celebration of the arts and mele competition between high school classes. Awards are given to the best overall class, best leader, and for the Hawaiian language. An event that faculty, parents, and students look forward to each year. The Class of 2019 swept the competition winning all awards on May 3, 2019. E Ola!

 
 
KS Maui location

275 ‘A‘apueo Pkwy
Pukalani, HI 96768
(808) 572-3100

Established in 1996, Kamehameha Schools Maui (KSM) is one of three K-12 campuses in the Kamehameha Schools Educational System. KSM enrolls about 1,100 K-12 students on a well-equipped, 180-acre campus located in Pukalani. Grounded in its Hawaiian and Christian values and committed to the revitalization and perpetuation of Hawaiian culture, the school offers a comprehensive, world-class college preparatory curriculum that includes the study of Hawaiian culture and language, as well as character education and religious instruction.

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Need help? Contact:
Sheleen Quisquirin
shquisqu@ksbe.edu
Phone: (808) 572-3133
Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
All campus students are eligible to apply for need-based financial aid.
Once your ancestry is verified, you will be considered for preference when you apply.
Maui, Molokaʻi and Lānai Regional Office
Brandi Ferguson
brfergus@ksbe.edu
(808) 242-1891
 

Ka Nūhou a me Nā Ho‘olaha
(News and Announcements)
 

November 13, 2019

2019 Ukulele Festival

On Saturday, November 9th our kula waena Ukulele band performed a set under the direction of Kumu Rama Camarillo. The performance was part of the Ukulele Festival held at Queen Ka’ahumanu Center.

Our haumāna played their instruments, entertaining a crowd during a 30 min set. It was a great performance and we should be proud of our haumāna. Mahalo to Kumu Camarillo for his dedication over the years.
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November 13, 2019

2019 Ukulele Festival

On Saturday, November 9th our kula waena Ukulele band performed a set under the direction of Kumu Rama Camarillo. The performance was part of the Ukulele Festival held at Queen Ka’ahumanu Center.

Our haumāna played their instruments, entertaining a crowd during a 30 min set. It was a great performance and we should be proud of our haumāna. Mahalo to Kumu Camarillo for his dedication over the years.
See story »

 

October 31, 2019

Halloween Fun

October 31st saw our haumāna dressing up and playing games with their fellow classmates. We had Haumāna dressed as a dinosaur, alien, and even a cow. Our Kumuʻs got in the spirit as the 7th-grade team dressed as Expo pens. We ended the day with grade-level games looking to get our haumāna ready for the nightʻs activities. Great job to all who participated! See story »

 

Our Kula Waena Team ʻŌpeʻapeʻa visited our elementary students to talk about our native Hawaiian hoary bat or ʻōpeʻapeʻa. Members gave a short presentation about the bat and then took the haumāna outside for a scavenger hunt. The haumāna were placed into small groups looking for invisible bat logos hidden around campus. Students used the clues to find possible locations of the logos and then poured water on spots to reveal the hidden bat logo.

Both the MS and the ES haumāna enjoyed a morning exploring and learning together.
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