KS Middle School: Classrooms Without Walls

KS Middle School: Classrooms Without Walls
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Ua hāmama ʻia nā ʻīpuka o ke kahua kula hou ma Kapālama no ke kula waena holoʻokoʻa e hoʻi ana i ke kula i kēia makahiki nei. A ʻoiai ʻo lākou ana nā alakaʻi o Hawaiʻi nei, ua kūkulu a paʻa ko lākou kahua e like me ka pahu e kā lākou mau kumu, i mea hoʻi e lohe ikaika ʻia ko lākou mau leo i waena o ko kākou kaiāulu.

123456789[/spb_tab] [spb_tab title=”English”] The Kamehameha Schools Kapālama middle school recently had its opening ceremony and blessing for their new campus that will be available for over 600 students this upcoming school year. As future leaders of Hawaiʻi, their teachers build them with strong character, like that of the pahu, so that their strong voices resonate throughout our community.
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