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Haku Mele Cohorts Expand on Their Legacy

Members of Nā Kuahaʻa a Kaʻupumoaʻula visiting Kalaupapa

Kiersty McKee, Staff Reporter

January 14, 2020

Members of the ten Haku Mele cohorts were given the opportunity to expand upon the songs they had written for the 100th annual song contest. About one month after the ten songs were composed, Kumu Zachary Lum held a meeting that allowed students to propose ideas that would further include the high...

More Than a Student: Josias Fronda

Fronda has impacted many students and staff.

Jordan Nunies, Social Media Director

November 3, 2019

 Josias Pilināmakaikaʻoiaʻiʻo Kaʻupu Fronda, better known as Pili, a student who has been attending Kamehameha school since kindergarten, serves as an inspiration for many of us.    From, being a member of the Worship/Deputation Team, to being apart of the beautiful tradition that is song contest, ...

Song Contest’s 100th Anniversary: Leaving Behind a Legacy

The students collaborate and visually map out their songs with an outline of verses and key words.

Kiana Kalahele, Staff Reporter

November 2, 2019

With it being the 100th annual Song Contest, a change has been implemented, allowing for students to compose songs that will be remembered for generations.  This year’s Song Contest celebrates its 100th anniversary by giving the students the chance to work together and create the songs that wil...

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