Kaleo Manuiwa Wong addresses hundreds on the marae at Anakena.
The Polynesian Voyaging Society’s Nā Kelamoku visit Miami to share and learn about mālama honua.
R.L. Stevenson Middle School, in the Makiki / Papakōlea area of Oʻahu, is the location of the latest Mele...
Leonahe Crivello a 6th grader from Kaunakakai enlisted the help of NextEra Energy Hawai’i to cool her school.
While Hōkūleʻa is halfway around the globe, crew members are finding ways to engage our children here in Hawaiʻi.
More than 70 Kamehameha Schools leaders came together at dawn on July 29 to mark the official launch of…
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