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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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Celebrating the Class of 2020

Join us in celebrating the achievements of the class of 2020 with special commencement broadcasts taking place this week.

Sharing drawings about how their day is going can help students manage stress. See story »

Let us not worry about what is to come. Let us turn that over to Ke Akua who knows what lies ahead. See story »

Doing a quick mindfulness or self-soothing exercises prior to completing a lesson can help manage student stress. See story »

Shannon Flynn, a behavioral health supervisor at Kamehameha Schools, joins Ka Piko Podcast to discuss the importance of keeping our littlest learners safe and engaged as preschool students and their ‘ohana practice distance learning and social distancing. See story »

More than 110 haumāna statewide will graduate from high school prepared for their post-high endeavors thanks to Kamehameha Schools’ nationally acclaimed Kamehameha Scholars program. See story »

Kamehameha Schools alumna actress Kelly Hu helped kick off KS’ Buy One, Feed One movement (BOFO Hawaiʻi) on her social media accounts, encouraging friends, fans and alumni to participate. See story »

Following is an activity that can promote self-regulation when students are feeling stressed and provide a healthy sense of control over controllable aspects of an overwhelming situation. See story »

Through its Commercial Real Estate Division (CRED), Kamehameha Schools is working with Kupuna Kokua, a non-profit that provides free deliveries from local food service businesses to Hawaiʻi’s community, connecting KS tenants with customers. See story »

Amidst a worldwide pandemic, Kamehameha Schools teachers have shown tremendous strength, resilience and creativity. They inspire haumāna to reach their highest potential, and for this we say a collective “mahalo!” See story »

Many people may be feeling discouraged, hopeless or angry. Adults and students may be feeling a great sense of loss for activities that will not be taking place as usual. Students in particular may be disappointed in missing out on sports, competitions, performances and other important rituals of the spring semester. See story »

Anu Getgen KSK’04, a behavioral health supervisor at Kamehameha Schools Maui, joins Ka Piko Podcast in the latest episode available to download now. See story »