The kuleana of the Natural and Cultural Resource unit of Kamehameha Schools is to help provide guidance in how…
As Hōkūleʻa and Hikianalia continued their journey along Oʻahu’s Leeward Coast, the crew was greeted by the keiki of…
Preschools on the Leeward coast foster an ʻohana-based learning environment that really ties that comfort of the household in…
The Mālama ʻĀina Field School in Nanakuli focuses on helping incoming 8th and 9th graders of Nanakuli to develop…
Kohala Archaeology Field Schools engages community about knowledge of wahi kupuna.
Learn about the approach Pūnana Leo preschools are using to teach their students how to read as early as…
Kamehameha Schools is inviting all educators to its first Culture-Based Education Conference and Hawaiian Education Summit to explore the…
Learn about the Pūnana Leo Hawaiian medium education preschool system.
Instead of learning chemistry in the four walls of the classroom, a Kamehameha Schools chemistry class participates in a…
Millions flock to Oʻahu’s North Shore each year to catch the best of big wave surfing. Along the way,…
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