Ka Mō'ī

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Ka Mōʻī is the Kamehameha Schools Kapālama campus student newspaper that is released monthly. Kamehameha Schools is a private school system that teaches Native Hawaiian students and instills upon them Christian values. Located on a hill in the residential area of Kalihi, the Kamehameha Schools Kapālama campus is one of 3 campuses under the Kamehameha Schools system that enrolls students from Kindergarten to Grade 12. At the Kapālama campus, the high school alone enrolls approximately 2,000 students.

Ka Mōʻī has been the schoolʻs newspaper since 1924 when it was then known as the weekly Cadet. Over many years, Ka Mōʻī has evolved from basic black and white issues of stories to more colorful and creative layouts. We report on topics of news, opinions, editorials, arts, and entertainment, sports, special features, and clubs. At Ka Mōʻī, we believe every student has a voice and your ideas and voices should be heard. Ka Mōʻī is entirely student-run with only 1 advisor leading us. All stories are brainstormed, drafted, finalized, and uploaded by students.

This yearʻs staff is a small student body of 15 journalists with big dreams. We have planned and started implementing new changes to how our program runs and operates. We have changed our logo, website layout, newspaper layout, web presence, and our overall methods of producing stories. We are truly humbled and honored to be serving the Kamehameha schools student body by reporting the news and facts about what is occurring on our campus and in our community.

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