Saturday, Oct. 23 was Kamehameha Schools’ annual Senior Luau.
Senior Luau is a time to celebrate and bring the class together. It is also a time in which families support the senior class in one of the most important fundraisers for the school year.
This fundraiser goes to help the senior class in activities such as prom and project grad. It also contributes to serving the students family for everything that they do for the class of 2019.
Families gathered from as far as the mainland all the way to Big Island in support of the senior students. Families got to meet the people that their students have been growing up with.
“I’m just glad that I got to meet the kids that my granddaughter is friends with. It’s not always easy getting to the island and being able to sit down with everyone and have a good conversation,” said Beth Sakurada, a 2019 family member.