The excitement of the first day returning to school could be felt in all three campus sites K-7. Familiar, but all new, haumana sailed through the first day learning about their new space, new and...
ʻThe way to lose any earthly kingdom is to be inflexible, intolerant and prejudicial. Another way is to be too flexible, tolerant of too many wrongs and without judgment at all. It is a razor’s...
We were honored to participate in another powerful production by Mana Mele. Re-Sharing (CLICK HERE) for those who want to re-watch this amazing production.
Join in a celebration at Ulupō- one of the locations where our students learn and work. view image
Hulo! So proud of our keiki for sharing their learning through explaining their connections to songs, chants, stories, and experiences of Tri 1. Mahalo nui to all our ‘ohana for coming to the K-5 Hō’ike on Thursday night. view image
Student applications for SY 2020-2021 are now available here - https://bit.ly/2WJmatp. We are accepting for grades K-8. Upcoming informational sessions: November 21 at 5pm - 41-054 Ehukai St December 11 at 9am - TBD January 23 at 5pm - 41-054 Ehukai St February 18 at 9am - TBD
Tonight we had our second 6th grade sail meeting and on social media these images from 5 years ago popped up. Since these images were first taken, these haumana have presented their learning, and have either successfully completed their sail or are preparing for their first defense or voyage across Kaneohe Bay. Mahalo nui to all those who have supported us along the way. We are so proud of these young voyagers and all they have accomplished over the past 5 years. @kanehunamoku view image