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Lunch Menu: May 2018

Our lunch menu for May 2018 is available here in PDF format for download: Lunch May And for quick reference here: Full Price – $2.50 | Reduced…Continue Reading →

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Papalani Gelato Fundraiser

By treating yourself at Papalani Gelato this Saturday, April 14th you can show your support for Kawaikini’s Farm-to-School Program!  A portion of each sale at…Continue Reading →

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School Shirt BLOWOUT SALE!!!

Shirts are available on sale in the office! Please come in person, we can’t reserve these shirts by phone. Many sizes available. Get 5 shirts…Continue Reading →

Accepting applications for Hūlili Program, Grades 7-8!

We are now accepting applications for Grades 7-8 for the 2018-2019 school year.  Students do not need to be fluent in hawaiian language. Interested families should attend…Continue Reading →

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Papa Makua

Mahalo nui loa to Kumu Kanoa for teaching Kawaikiniʻs ʻohana Hawaiian Language classes again this school year!! We are very fortunate to be having 2…Continue Reading →

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Who Was Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalanaianaʻole?

The People’s Prince Born on March 26, 1871 Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaʻole was prince of the reigning House of Kalakaua when the Kingdom of Hawaii was…Continue Reading →

Kawaikini Kids

Values & Traditions

Kawaikini’s program promotes a multi-faceted learning environment. It immerses the students in the language, values & Traditions of Hawaiian culture and fosters an increased level of hands-on experiential learning.

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Core Curriculum

Kawaikini’s core curriculum focuses on Hawaiian language & culture. Students in grades K-5 are immersed in the Hawaiian Language to the fullest extent possible during the day with formal English instruction beginning in the 5th grade for one hour per day.

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Kawaikini Granted 6 Year WASC Accreditation

Kawaikini completed itʻs WASC Accreditation over three years. The WASC Accreditation Visit occurred on March 3-6, 2014.

We envision a thoughtful, knowledgeable, and healthy community where the language, beliefs and practices of the indigenous people of Hawaiʻi have become instinctive.