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  • Kamehameha Schools
    Reed Bishop Trust Find a job at KS Join our mailing list Contact us February 11 2016 Share this week s Lent devotional Extending grace to others KS Maui Interim Poʻo Kula Kaleo Pahukula shares his manaʻo on extending grace to others in this week s Lent devotional The Hawaiian focused devotionals will be posted to the I Mua Newsroom each Friday leading up to Easter See story February 11 2016 Striving for excellence is the next subject for speaker series Educator and scholar Malani DeAguiar will share the importance of embracing the ōlelo no eau Kūlia I ka Nu u Striving for Excellence at the Feb 16 speaking event in Mā ili See story February 10 2016 Ash Wednesday Finding time to rest in God Internal Audit Director Dustin Clevenger shares his manaʻo on spending time with Christ amidst work and family commitments His is the first of nine Hawaiian focused Lent devotionals to be posted to the I Mua Newsroom each Friday leading up to Easter See story View the I Mua Newsroom KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS DIRECT MAIL LIST Updates sent straight to your mailbox Sign up and choose from 16 interest categories such as College scholarships Summer programs Current events and news updates and more Spotlight This five year strategic plan is a starting point toward a vision for success for all Native Hawaiian learners More KS actively manages its real estate to provide revenue to educate more than 48 000 learners each year More Kamehameha Schools has kuleana for 358 000 acres of agriculture and conservation land spanning five Hawaiian islands More Campus education Get information about how to apply to one of our campuses Apply for financial aid or scholarships Verify your Hawaiian ancestry Learning beyond our campuses Find a community program for your child How

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  • KS college scholarship application deadlines are fast approaching | Kamehameha Schools
    year KS awarded more than 14 1 million in scholarships to over 2 300 college students KS college scholarship application deadlines are fast approaching By Elizabeth Ahana February 20 2015 Tips for a successful scholarship application APPLY EARLY All scholarship applications and required documents must be postmarked or hand delivered to KS on or before the deadline dates Applicants who apply close to the deadline date will not receive notifications of missing or incomplete documents ANCESTRY VERIFICATION KS policy on admissions is to give preference to applicants of Hawaiian ancestry to the extent permitted by law To be considered under that policy each applicant s Hawaiian ancestry must be verified by Kamehameha s Ho oulu Hawaiian Data Center Call 808 523 6228 to request an ancestry verification form Details can also be found on the Data Center web site GET HELP KS Applicant Service Center provides one on one assistance to families applying to the Ho oulu Hawaiian Data Center as well as KS campus community and scholarship programs Visit the center at 567 S King St Suite 102 in Honolulu or call 808 534 8080 or 808 541 5300 for kōkua Help is also available at KS Resource Centers across the state For more information Visit the Post High Scholarship page Kamehameha Schools college scholarship applications for the 2015 2016 school year are now available through KS Financial Aid and Scholarship Services Division Those who apply early have a better chance of being eligible The following scholarships are currently being offered Nā Ho okama A Pauahi Scholarship Application deadline April 20 2015 Award amounts up to 8 000 This need based scholarship is available to students pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees Each applicant must Be a Hawai i resident at the time of the application submission Be a full time student non traditional students enrolled half time may be considered Be a classified degree seeking student at an accredited post high educational institution in the U S Meet KS maximum funding guidelines Demonstrate financial need as determined through analysis of a completed application Complete a College Scholarship Service CSS PROFILE online application at www collegeboard com profile TIP Apply early According to FASS the biggest reason students are not eligible for this scholarship is that they don t complete the application process in time It can take several weeks to gather the required documents which include federal tax returns and birth certificates Imi Na auao Scholarship Application deadline March 9 2015 Award amounts up to 12 000 This merit based scholarship is available to graduate students only Applicants must Be a Hawai i resident at the time of application submission Be a full time student non traditional students enrolled half time may be considered Be a classified degree seeking student at an accredited post high educational institution in the U S Have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3 0 Have a conferred anticipated bachelor s degree by spring 2015 Meet maximum funding guidelines TIP Remember recommendation letters

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  • New Applicant Services Center is more accessible to learners | Kamehameha Schools
    Data Center Director Michelle Sasaoka Applicant Services Manager Trisha Plemer and Verification Services Manager David Crisostomo New Applicant Services Center is more accessible to learners By Elijah Frost December 18 2014 Kahu Kekoa blesses each employee s hand with holy water for the good work that they do ASC Assistant Kamyl Burrows works the service counter as clerk Kainoa Kuamoo gets an applicant s perspective Kahu Kekoa blesses the inside of the suite which includes a bank of computers for program and job applicants to use Need more info The Applicant Service Center provides one on one assistance to families applying to the Ho oulu Hawaiian Data Center as well as KS Financial Aid and Scholarship campus and community programs Address 567 S King St Suite 102 Honolulu HI 968 13 Hours Monday Friday 7 a m to 5 p m except on KS observed holidays Phone 808 534 8080 or 808 541 5300 One on one help is also available at KS Resource Centers across the state Details on KS programs and resources can be found on KS Help and Support web page or Community Education and Services website The Kamehameha Schools Applicant Services Center ohana recently celebrated the blessing of its new more accessible office space on the first floor of the Kawaiaha o Plaza Hale Mauka building Each year more than 4 000 KS program applicants pass through the doors of the center Its friendly staff members provide one on one assistance to families applying to the Ho oulu Hawaiian Data Center as well as KS Financial Aid and Scholarship campus and community programs Being one of the most prevalent front facing units at Kawaiaha o Plaza with visitors year round on a daily basis it made sense to move the service center to the courtyard where our applicant families could access us as soon as they exit the KP Makai elevators or enter our courtyard from South Street says Michelle Sasaoka ASC Data Center director We are grateful for the support from the KS Facilities team in helping to make this happen The center s new location means that applicants will not have to walk through the KP Hale Mauka reception area where the building s employee I D and visitor badge policy is enforced We are happy to have a space easily accessible to the public says Trisha Plemer ASC manager The space allows us to continue to provide personalized service to our families We are returning to a courtyard facing service area like we had when we first started intake of documents for the Data Center in 2004 The new ASC space is both functional and inviting Immediately upon walking through the glass door visitors are welcomed by an Applicant Services assistant ready to attend to their needs To the right is a bank of chairs for accompanying family members or others awaiting their turn For the little ones who often tag along the space includes a keiki corner filled with toys books and

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  • About Pauahi | Kamehameha Schools
    under his rule in 1810 Pauahi was reared with strong Hawaiian values and a bicultural education She was an excellent student gifted in music and known for her generosity and kindness At 19 Pauahi married Charles Reed Bishop a young American businessman who had made his way to the Kingdom of Hawai i from Glens Falls New York Charles became a pillar in the kingdom government and was a successful businessman banker and philanthropist He and Pauahi enjoyed traveling the world with particular fondness for museums and art With no children of their own they shared a deep commitment for the well being and education of kamali i young ones As the last royal descendant of the Kamehameha line Pauahi inherited thousands of acres of land much of it from the estate of her cousin Princess Ruth Ke elik lani Her inheritance about nine percent of the island chain s total acreage made Pauahi the largest landholder in the kingdom When Pauahi was born the Native Hawaiian population numbered about 124 000 When she wrote her will in 1883 only 44 000 Hawaiians remained Pauahi witnessed the rapid decline of the Hawaiian population With that decline came a loss of Hawaiian language culture and traditions She believed education would offer her people hope and a future so she left her estate about nine percent of the total acreage of the Hawaiian kingdom to found Kamehameha Schools After Pauahi s death on October 16 1884 Charles as president of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Estate s board of trustees ensured that his wife s wish was fulfilled He generously provided his own funds for the construction of facilities and added some of his own properties to her estate Until his death in 1915 he continued to guide her trustees in directions that

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  • Kamehameha Schools campuses | Kamehameha Schools
    KS Join our mailing list Contact us Kamehameha Schools campuses Founded in 1887 Kamehameha Schools is a statewide educational system supported by a 11 0 billion trust endowed by Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop The system includes K 12 campuses on O ahu Hawai i and Maui and 31 preschool sites statewide The combined preschool through grade 12 student enrollment is more than 6 900 and makes Kamehameha the largest independent school system in the United States Kamehameha Schools gives preference to children of Hawaiian ancestry to the extent permitted by law Hawai i Campus Kea au Opened in August of 2001 Kamehameha s 300 acre Hawai i Campus is located roughly seven miles south of Hilo in Kea au just off the Volcano Highway It is currently home to 1 156 students in grades K 12 Quick links High School Middle School Elementary School Resources About Hawai i Campus Campus map KS Connect Student Webmail Faculty Elementary Middle High Kapālama Campus Honolulu The original 600 acre hillside campus on the island of O ahu provides an environment conducive to learning The spacious campus has more than 70 buildings an Olympic size swimming pool tennis courts and a new athletic complex with a football soccer field track and seating for 3 000 This campus offers a boarding program designed to help students attain high academic performance positive self esteem and personal and community responsibility The Kapālama campus is currently home to 3 192 students grades K 12 Quick links High School Middle School Elementary School Resources About Kapālama Campus Campus map KS Connect Student Webmail Faculty Elementary Middle High Maui Campus Pukalani Opened in July of 1996 Kamehameha s 180 acre Maui Campus is located in Pukalani on the gentle slopes of Haleakalā It is currently home to 1 100 students

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  • Kamehameha Schools Community Education and Services
    Education Group Kamehameha Scholars Post high Āina Ulu A o Kumu Distance Learning A o Makua Distance Learning Career Professionals Network First Nations Futures Program Kahalu u Manowai Education Group Kamehameha Publishing Book Club Kāpili Oihana Internship Program Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation Scholarships Post High School Scholarships For teachers For parents Welcome to our Programs and Services Find and access all of Kamehameha Schools community outreach programs and services through this website How old is your child Click on the timeline to select your child s age and begin exploring community programs and resources 0 4 Ages 0 4 Prenatal toddler and preschool 5 10 Ages 5 10 Grades K 4 11 14 Ages 11 14 Grades 5 8 15 17 Ages 15 17 Grades 9 12 18 Ages 18 Post high Featured Programs and News See all our programs We have programs for all ages and interests Explorations Series Ho omāka ika i Ma ka hana ka ike in doing there is knowledge This philosophy is encompassed in Hālau Kupukupu Innovations Academy Kamehameha Schools Hawai i is excited to launch Hālau Kupukupu Summer Innovations Academy Kupukupu means to sprout KS Preschools Kamehameha has 30 preschools statewide that enroll

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  • | Kamehameha Schools
    our endowment Commercial real estate Agriculture and conservation Alumni Pauahi Foundation Giving opportunities About us About Kamehameha Schools About Pauahi Trustees and executives I Mua Newsroom Publications and resources Kamehameha Schools Strategic Plan 2015 2020 Kamehameha Publishing Charles Reed Bishop Trust Find a job at KS Join our mailing list Contact us Admissions and program enrollment Want to apply to a Kamehameha Schools program Get information about applications to our three campuses preschool summer school Explorations and other community programs Most program applications are available online Learn more Financial aid and scholarships Need to apply for financial assistance There are a variety of Kamehameha Schools programs you can turn to Financial support is awarded to help preschool keiki campus students summer school learners students pursuing college degrees and more Learn more Ho oulu Hawaiian Data Center Verify your Hawaiian ancestry by registering with the Kamehameha Schools Ho oulu Hawaiian Data Center Data Center Learn more KS resource centers Established in 1975 The Kamehameha Schools Resource Centers KSRC was founded to serve as a link between the island communities and Kamehameha Schools Learn more Campus education KS Hawai i KS Kapālama KS Maui Tri campus success stories Uniforms Learning centers and

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  • | Kamehameha Schools
    Commercial real estate Agriculture and conservation Alumni Pauahi Foundation Giving opportunities About us About Kamehameha Schools About Pauahi Trustees and executives I Mua Newsroom Publications and resources Kamehameha Schools Strategic Plan 2015 2020 Kamehameha Publishing Charles Reed Bishop Trust Find a job at KS Join our mailing list Contact us About our endowment Kamehameha Schools endowment exists to support its educational mission to fulfill Pauahi s desire of creating educational opportunities in perpetuity to improve the capability and well being of people of Hawaiian ancestry Learn more Commercial real estate Kamehameha Schools commercially zoned properties make up less than 1 percent of its total landholdings of 363 649 acres Income produced by these commercial properties equates to approximately 28 percent of the trust s total annual revenues generated Visit our commercial real estate website to learn more Agriculture and conservation The land assets division has kuleana responsibility for approximately 358 568 acres of agriculture and conservation land spanning five Hawaiian islands This equates to 98 percent of Kamehameha Schools total landholdings Visit our land assets division website to learn more Campus education KS Hawai i KS Kapālama KS Maui Tri campus success stories Uniforms Learning centers and archives KS Connect

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