"When the foundation is solid, then you can build and grow" This week we focused on the value, naʻau pono, to nurture a deep sense of justice. A solid foundation is essential in enabling us to have t...
On this Piko O Wakea (fall equinox) our Papa Kaula (5) and Papa Kipuʻupuʻu (6) had a special day with Kānehūnāmoku and her crew. As the earth is balanced so we found our balance we started our journey ...
A lele hauli ka iʻa kele a hana Translation: The shark that actively navigates searching for new knowledge
Mahalo nui to all those who came out on Wednesday September 5 for our Open House. Although re-scheduled, having open house this week aligns perfectly with our ʻōlelo noeʻau. Open House and our first Ma...
Learning at Moku o Loʻe (Coconut Island) view image
Cultural exchange between MHPCS and a First Nation Tribe view image
Only when the foundation is solid, can we build. This week we focused on the value, naʻau pono, to nurture a deep sense of justice. A solid foundation is essential in enabling us to have the strength and fortitude to make the just and right choice, to take that pono path. view image
Makapuʻu Tidepools kilo with papa 5/6 view image