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Kahaluu Educational Complex Community meetings (Oct. 17-18)

MEDIA RELEASE Kamehameha Schools has scheduled two public meetings for community members to discuss plans for the development of the Kahaluu Educational Complex on lands of former hotel sites in Kahaluu. The community meetings are scheduled for 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17 and 8:30-9:30 a.m. Friday, Oct. 18 at the Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa […]

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Kanehailua selected as new elementary school principal for KS Hawai‘i

MEDIA RELEASE Esther Kanehailua has been named po‘o kumu o ke kula ha‘aha‘a (elementary school principal) for Kamehameha Schools Hawai‘i. “Kamehameha Schools Hawai’i is honored to welcome Esther Kanehailua, who will be the next po’o kumu (principal) of our kula ha’aha’a (elementary school),” Dr. Holoua Stender, KS Hawai‘i po‘o kula (head of school), said. “Mrs. […]

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Applications available for Kamehameha summer programs

MEDIA RELEASE Students in grades 5 through 8 are eligible to apply for Kamehameha Schools’ 2013 Explorations Series programs. Applications for the series’ three summer programs (Hoomakaikai, Hoolauna and Kulia I Ka Pono) will be available starting on Wednesday, Jan. 2. The Explorations Series invites Hawaiian learners to participate in a week-long experience designed to […]

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Keauhou Beach Hotel to close at end of October, hotel to be demolished

Kamehameha Schools (KS) announced today that it has directed its for-profit subsidiary, KBH, Inc., to give Outrigger Hotels’ management formal notice that it will close the Keauhou Beach Hotel at the end of October.

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Ryan signs with Mount Olive College

MEDIA RELEASE When Ryan Thomas committed to Mount Olive College to play volleyball, he knew he made the right decision that would impact not only his next four years but his next 40 years. With the help of NCSA Athletic Recruiting, Thomas was given the opportunity to be proactive in his recruiting process and become […]

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Kamehameha Schools website connects to community

Kamehameha Schools website connects to community

MEDIA RELEASE Last year, Kamehameha Schools provided learning opportunities to nearly 47,000 learners, teachers and caregivers, of which only 5,400 attended one of KS’ three K-12 campuses. Majority of those learners and their families attend and utilize education programs and services delivered in their communities. To provide easier access and information about this vast network […]

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Clark named VP of Bishop Holdings Corporation

Clark named VP of Bishop Holdings Corporation

MEDIA RELEASE Bishop Holdings Corporation has announced the appointment of Leslie Yim Clark as vice president of Bishop Holdings Corporation. Her major areas of responsibility include assisting with day-to-day corporate operations, project management, entitlements, real estate development and sales. Clark is the former vice president of Peninsula Papagayo in Costa Rica, where she served as […]

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Boys Volleyball: Kamehameha pipped; honors for Enriques

Boys Volleyball: Kamehameha pipped; honors for Enriques

Hawaii 24/7 Staff Heartbreak for No. 3 seed Kamehameha Schools Hawaii in the boys volleyball Division I finals as No. 1 Punahou hung on to take the fifth and deciding set, 15-13. However, Kamehameha’s Evan Enriques earned individual honors and was named the Division I Most Outstanding Player for the tournament. Teammate Daniel Aina, Jr. […]

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Water Polo: Kamehameha earns fifth place

Water Polo: Kamehameha earns fifth place

Hawaii 24/7 Staff Kamehameha Schools Hawaii topped Waiakea, 11-5, in the fifth place game at the state tournament. Waiakea had to settle for sixth place overall. Kamehameha was seeded No. 3 for the tournament, but was dumped in the quarterfinals by the eventual state runner up. No. 1 seed Punahou was crowned champions after defeating […]

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Water Polo: Waiakea, Kamehameha to vie for fifth

Water Polo: Waiakea, Kamehameha to vie for fifth

Hawaii 24/7 Staff The fifth place game in the girls water polo state tournament will be an all-Big Island affair, with Waiakea and Kamehameha Schools Hawaii lining up in the pool. Kamehameha Schools Hawaii was seeded No. 3, but lost to Kamehameha Schools Kapalama in the quarterfinals. Unseeded Kapalama takes on No. 1 seed Punahou […]

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Boys Volleyball: Kamehameha Schools Hawaii in final

Boys Volleyball: Kamehameha Schools Hawaii in final

Hawaii 24/7 Staff No. 3 seed Kamehameha Schools Hawaii were stretched to the limit, but came out on top against No. 2 Moanalua in the boys volleyball state tournament semi-finals Saturday evening. That win earned Kamehameha a chance to take on No. 1 Punahou, which won five titles in the last 10 years. Also in […]

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Boys Volleyball: Kamehameha, HPA into semis

Boys Volleyball: Kamehameha, HPA into semis

Hawaii 24/7 Staff No. 3 seed Kamehameha Schools Hawaii are still alive in the semi-finals in Division I. They take on No. 2 Moanalua Friday. Unseeded Waiakea were dropped by No. 1 Punahou and now face King Kekaulike for a shot at fifth place in Division I. Over in Division II, No. 4 seed HPA […]

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Water Polo: Two isle girls teams into consolation round

Water Polo: Two isle girls teams into consolation round

Hawaii 24/7 Staff No. 3 seed Kamehameha Schools Hawaii was knocked off Thursday by unseeded Kamehameha Schools Kapalama, 11-6, and now faces Kaiser for a shot at fifth place overall. Waiakea pipped Roosevelt, 4-3, in the opening round Wednesday, but fell Thursday to No. 1 seed Punahou, 12-3. Waiakea also landed in the consolation bracket, […]

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Kamehameha Schools’ First Nations’ Futures Program taking applications

Applications for Kamehameha Schools’ First Nations’ Futures Program (FNFP) are available now through June 15, 2012. FNFP is a fellowship program designed to develop emerging leaders in Hawai‘i to become significant community contributors in natural, cultural and land stewardship.

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