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Ka Moi reporters earn two national awards

Ka Moi reporters earn two national awards

Ka Moi Staff

November 27, 2018


Filed under News, Top Stories

Competing against the top high school journalists at the Fall National High School Journalism Convention, seniors Colt Almodova and Sarah Santos received Superiorawards in the write-off competition.  The competition was held at the Hyatt Regency Chicago on Nov. 2. In the Broadcast Anchorcompetition, Almod...

The Surfer’s Give Back Club Opened Its Doors To All Students This Year

The Surfer’s Give Back Club Opened Its Doors To All Students This Year

Taylor Cozloff, Staff Reporter

November 19, 2018


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The Surfers Give Back Club has decided to open its doors to all students this year and have renamed themselves the Students Give Back Club. The Surfer’s Give Back club volunteers around our community, doing various charitable activities. From cleaning up beaches and working in local Lo’i to singing ...

Japan Club Makes a Comeback

Japan Club Makes a Comeback

Gisella Kahapea, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2018


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Kamehameha Schools is big on their extracurricular. There is a wide range of clubs offered to anyone who is willing to join, along with the possibility of creating their own. One club which may not be known about by many yet has been here for a while is the Japan Club. Resurfacing in 2016, the Japan ...

Boarding Undergoes Scrutiny Due To Safety Concerns

Boarding Undergoes Scrutiny Due To Safety Concerns

Shaniya Sakurada, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2018


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On Sunday, Sep. 23, in pursuit for answers, campus security led a search for banned objects in one of the KS dormitories. The boarding handbooks state that “KS reserves the right to search students lockers, dormitory living quarters, cars, persons and personal possessions if there is reasonabl...

Giving Back Through Faith

Giving Back Through Faith

Reece Okumura, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2018


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KAPĀLAMA- On October 24, 2018, the senior class of 2019 joined together in an effort to give back to our school community in the annual Senior Service day. There were many different tasks, whether it was cleaning up the mālā at the Elementary campus to washing all of the cars in the school fleet, e...

Students are Displeased, and Object Against School Schedule

Students are Displeased, and Object Against School Schedule

Saige Ogden, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2018


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With the new school schedule and its demanding rules, come many inconveniences and difficulties for the student body. A major issue being experienced with the new rules is the lack of free time students are getting during the school day, and how it is affecting their grades along with their ment...

Seniors Gain Support with Senior Lūʻau

Shaniya Sakurada, Staff Reporter

November 9, 2018


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Saturday Oct. 23 was Kamehameha Schools’ annual Senior Lūʻau.   Senior Lūʻau 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...

Bishop Museum Field Trip Inspires Students

Bishop Museum Field Trip Inspires Students

Emily Akau, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2018


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On Nov. 5, 2018, Kamehameha’s World Poetry Seminar, Fiction Writing, and TV Studio classes took a field trip to Bishop Museum. This fieldtrip acts as a time to reflect on their shared history as Hawaiians and examine the historical pieces and information on display. These haumāna are expected to submit...

SAT Controversy

Taylor Goulart, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2018


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The rescheduled September 15th SAT has become a source of worry for students as rumors of cancellation due to cheating circle.

I Mua Olympic’s Newest Addition: Powder Puff

Reino Bush, Staff Reporter

September 17, 2018


Filed under News, Sports

As a new era begins in Hawaii prep football, with the ILH and OIA merge, so does one here at Kamehameha Schools. With so many changes and policies being added, ASKS felt that it was time to modify the beloved I Mua Olympics. “We wanted to increase school spirit and we thought that getting activities...

Kamehameha Middle School Students Win World Championship at LLWS

Colt Almodova and Reece Okumura

September 17, 2018


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Ka Mōʻī Reporters Colt Almodova and Reece Okumura interview Kamehameha's very own Little League stars.

Seniors and Counselors Prepare as College Deadlines Approach

Seniors and Counselors Prepare as College Deadlines Approach

Sarah Santos, Reporter

September 12, 2018


Filed under News

With most colleges opening applications on Aug. 1st, and with application deadlines as early as Nov. 1st, seniors and counselors alike have begun to prepare.

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