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Student life and alumni relations

Extracurricular and co-curricular activities are an essential part of a well-rounded education. Kamehameha Schools offers a broad spectrum of activities for its students with opportunities to sharpen their skills in leadership, sports, academics, community service, culture, and the arts. These activities reinforce lessons learned in the classroom, allowing students to apply those lessons in a real-world environment. Following are just some of the ways we help foster academic success outside of the classroom.



    • Girls Cross Country - Coach Joel Truesdell
    • Boys Cross Country - Coach Ryan Cabalse
    • Football - Coach Shaun Perry
    • Girls Volleyball - Coach Guy Enriques/Sam Thomas
    • Cheer - Coach Dawn Turner
    • Air Rifle - Coach Tracy Aruga
    • Girls Soccer - Coach Josh Woodard
    • Boys Basketball - Coach Mea Wong 
    • Girls Basketball - Coach Dominic Pacheco
    • Wrestling - Coach Cary Masuko
    • Swimming - Coach Dan Lyons
    • Baseball - Coach Andy Correa
    • Water Polo - Coach Dan Lyons
    • Tennis - Coach Cary Masuko


    • KSH HOSA - Advisor Yuki Yano, Koaiʻa 121
    • KSH MATH LEAGUE - Advisor Cori Friedman, Pākī 208
    • National Honor Society Kamehameha Schools Hawaiʻi Chapter (NHS KSH) - Advisor Laura Tavares, Keoua 21; President McKenna Hewitt


    • ʻAʻanahoa (To Represent Our Adventure) - Advisors Alana Cabatu, Corinne Kanno, Mark MacInnis, and Kehau Souza)
    • Ambassadors of Pauahi - Advisor Jodie Kimura, Kekuʻiapoiwa 34
    • Biology Club - Advisors Lea-Carol Glennon, Patricia Echeverria, and Troy Souza, Keoua 2003; President Staryle Koehler
    • Ceramics Club - Advisor Cyndi Bartles
    • Conservation Club - Advisor Lorinda Forster, Keoua 13
    • Deputation Team - Advisor Kahu Kaunaloa Boshard; President Naomi Schubert
    • Hana Noʻeau Club - Advisors Kehau Kalili and Piʻilani Kaʻawaloa, Keoua 9 or Kamakaʻeha; President Kiana Johnson-Chesebro
    • Hōʻike a Haʻi Performing Arts Club - Advisor Eric Stack, Keoua 21 or Kamakaʻeha 17; President Kayla Enanoria
    • Hui Polo Wai Co-Ed - Advisor Dan Lyons, Naeʻole Pool; President Ocean Akau
    • I MUA Business Club - Advisor Manly Kanoa, Kekuʻiapoiwa 33
    • Kamehameha Hawaiʻi Band ʻOhana (KHBO) - Advisor Willie Harris, Kamakaʻeha
    • Kamoanianilehua - Advisors Kalehua Simeona and Pōmaikaʻi Baptista, Kaʻōleiokū 26
    • Latin Club - Advisors Nastia Stenberg and Michelle Correia
    • LifeSAVERS (Student Achievement through Volunteerism, Education, and Recognition) Club - Advisor Elizabeth Truesdell, Pākī 107; Preseident Landen Kukahiwa 
    • Nihon Kaze Kumi (Japanese Club) - Advisor Yumi Kasukawa, Kekuʻiapoiwa 04; President Angela Martin
    • The Scribblies - Advisor Nancy DeRego, Kaʻōleiokū 03; President Kyla-Marie Turner
  • Alumni Relations

    It has been 12 years since our Nā Hiapo Class of 2006 set out on their post high journey. With thirteen classes graduated, we now have over 1,700 graduates from our campus across the United States and around the world in post high endeavors and various professions.

    You are a part of our existence and our history here at Kamehameha Schools Hawaiʻi.  We invite you to remain a part of our ʻohana as we, as a school, continue to strengthen the bridge between you and our campus. We extend our alumni service to you beyond your graduation from Kamehameha Schools Hawaiʻi. We want to hear from you, get your contact information, and invite you home as well as send you announcements pertinent to your pursuits. We acknowledge you as part of our campus growth.

    In the school year 2016-2017, Kamehameha Schools Hawaii High School added on a 5th year counselor position. The counselor following a student through to Grade 12 is given a fifth year with the students through their first year of college or other post-high endeavors providing support and information. In addition to this, Aunty Jodie Kimura and Aunty Shelly Cravalho-Wagner are continuing to support you beyond the 5th year with opportunities and alumni communications.

    Help us by staying connected by updating the following information through

Kawaiaha‘o Plaza

567 South King St
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 523-6200

KS Hawai‘i

16-716 Volcano Rd
Kea‘au, HI 96749
(808) 982-0000

KS Kapālama

1887 Makuakāne St
Honolulu, HI 96817
(808) 842-8211

KS Maui

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