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KS Maui


275 ‘A‘apueo Pkwy
Pukalani, HI 96768
(808) 572-3100

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Kamehameha Schools Maui

 

About KS Maui

Established in 1996, Kamehameha Schools Maui (KSM) is one of three K-12 campuses in the Kamehameha Schools Educational System. KSM enrolls about 1,100 K-12 students on a well-equipped, 180-acre campus located in Pukalani. Grounded in its Hawaiian and Christian values and committed to the revitalization and perpetuation of Hawaiian culture, the school offers a comprehensive, world-class college preparatory curriculum that includes the study of Hawaiian culture and language, as well as character education and religious instruction.

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KS Maui location

275 ‘A‘apueo Pkwy
Pukalani, HI 96768
(808) 572-3100


Ku‘upau and Our Values


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Māhele Lalo (Grades K-5)

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Māhele Luna (Grades 6-12)

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Hālau ‘o Kapikohānaiāmālama

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Student Support Services

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Need help? Contact:
Sheleen Quisquirin
shquisqu@ksbe.edu
Phone:
(808) 572-3133
Hours:
8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

All campus students are eligible to apply for need-based financial aid.

Once your ancestry is verified, you will be considered for preference when you apply.


Our commitment: Safe and positive learning environment

For faculty and staff (only accessible on the KS network):

For everybody:

Hi‘ikua Helpline
 

News and announcements

Mālama Ola Minute: Tips for doing a digital detox with your ʻohana

By staying off your devices for a while, you can improve your mental capacity, social behavior and emotional health.


Lenten weekly video devotionals: Week 2

Both Kensy Apaka and Brayden Malani reference Matthew 14:27 in their video devotionals about finding courage and trusting God.


Lenten weekly video devotionals: Week 1

In this week’s video devotionals, Shonnie Calina and Kaʻōiwi Jeong remind us that our identity is rooted in God.

 

Photo galleries

September 6, 2023
Kīpuni Aloha no Maui vigil offers time to reflect and heal

The kāhea to take part in the day-long Kīpuni Aloha no Maui vigil on Friday, September 1 was answered in a big way. More than 1500 people attended the 65+ events held across the pae ʻāina and more than 65,000 people watched live online. Countless…
August 29, 2023
Our Kakaʻako Mele and Art event includes tribute to Lahaina

Hundreds of people gathered on ʻĀina Pauahi Saturday, August 19, for the first-ever Mele and Art event at Our Kakaʻako. It was a chance for people to experience art in a hands-on, interactive way – while also listening to beautiful Hawaiian…
August 23, 2023
Pule, aloha and pilina abound as KS Maui haumāna return to school

More than a week after the destructive wildfires broke out, Kamehameha Schools Maui, ʻA’apueo and Paukūkalo preschool haumāna returned to their classrooms. A great deal of planning and care has been taken by kumu and staff to ensure haumāna and…
 

Video galleries

September 17, 2023
Reflections on healing and recovery on Maui

There has been an outpouring of aloha to help those impacted by the wildfires. This video highlights some of the many ways that members of our Kamehameha Schools community are coming together to offer their support.
September 7, 2023
KS Hawaiʻi haumāna organize He Aloha No Maui event

On August 15, KS Hawaiʻi alakaʻi haumāna, led by seniors Brayden Malani, Emily Hora and Avani Naleimaile, put together a "He Aloha No Maui" event for high school students to come together in prayer and to show the aloha they have for our ʻohana…
August 28, 2023
Donation hub turns into hands-on lesson for KS Maui haumāna

KS Maui 11th and 12th graders from the entrepreneurship class in the Business Academy organized donations for the KS Maui ʻohana donation hub temporarily located at the Keōpūolani Hale. The entrepreneurship class used the effort as a way to focus…