Improving the ecosystem that surrounds our keiki and ensuring its impact on their ability to learn is critical in our effort to achieve our vision for a thriving lāhui. Social, economic, governmental, and environmental systems all affect the ability of our children to thrive in education, in their careers, and in life.
By advocating to improve the systems that touch our keiki, together we can empower student success, fuel a dynamic local economy, promote leadership that will protect the rights and identity of Native Hawaiians, and transform Hawai‘i for a better future.
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February 7, 2023
ʻŌiwi leadership starts local. More and more Native Hawaiians are getting involved in the hard work of government. Many leaders are starting at the grassroots – on their neighborhood boards.
February 6, 2023
During the next 20 years, the project will reduce reliance on fossil fuels and save Kamehameha Schools about $5.8 million in energy costs.
January 19, 2023
Over 1000 KS Kapālama haumāna and kumu proudly chanted and waved hae Hawaiʻi as they marched through the streets of Honolulu for the annual Onipaʻa Peace March.