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Kamehameha Schools Maui


Using all of one’s might and strength; exerting oneself; to go to the limits; to release all checks and inhibitions.

Our vision

Nurturing and empowering haumāna to be ‘ōiwi leaders today and in the future.

Our Path to E Ola!

If we provide an education that...
  • Is grounded in Hawaiian culture and identity and Christian values through E Ola! and centered on the needs of our keiki and ‘ohana
  • Is guided by strong pilina and supportive structures
  • Personalizes learning with increased choices and opportunities that advance our learners’ individual aspirations
Then our haumāna will...
  • Know themselves as proud Hawaiians
  • Be successful academically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually
  • Be flexible, adaptive, and innovative
So when they graduate they...
  • Ku‘upau and “go to the limits.”
  • Uplift others in their community and contribute to a greater good as ‘ōiwi leaders.


These are the values we commit to as a school community — Kula Hawai‘i.


Building strong relationships with Ke Akua, ‘āina and each other.

‘Imi Na‘auao

Being inspired by the knowledge and wisdom-seeking of our kūpuna.

Kuleana and Kūlia Pono

Striving to do that which is right, correct, and just because of our sense of responsibility to Ke Akua, ‘āina and each other.

Campus Priorities


E Ola! Educator, Graduate & Curriculum


Kūkulu Kumuhana


KS Maui College & Career Counseling

Maui E Ola! articles

Kumu appreciation week: Embracing creativity and E Ola! at Kamehameha Schools Maui

Kamehameha Schools Maui kumu Robin Prais fosters growth mindsets through innovative teaching methods that contribute to students’ success.

Kamehameha Schools Hawaiʻi haumāna is championing mental health awareness on campus and on-screen

Sophomore Ziona Launiu supports her peers as a member of the Young Leaders Council for the “My Life. Just Listen.” campaign

Moananuiākea four-year voyage connects indigenous communities and the world

This week representatives from Kamehameha Schools will be in Juneau, Alaska, for the global launch of the Polynesian Voyaging Society’s Moananuiākea: A Voyage for Earth. The delegation consists of Kamehameha Schools Kapālama haumāna and kumu, and a cultural protocol team from Hoʻokahua Cultural Vibrancy Group that will continue the Schoolsʻ nearly 50-year kuleana as culture bearers and heritage keepers for the Hōkūleʻa.