Kamehameha Scholars Program Recruitment- Applications Opens Today - Friday, March 15th - Deadline April 30th
We support haumana in graduating on time and being prepared to realize their full potential as healthy, contributing members of the lāhui. Using a holistic and Hawaiian culture-based approach, we provide tailored academic and career counseling, guidance, and mentoring for haumana. The Kamehameha Scholars Program benefits high school students interested in college and career planning with the help of program advisors. Year-round workshops and activities are designed to ease the stress of preparing for college and the next step. Students who complete the program will earn a valuable tuition scholarship.
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS: DEADLINE APRIL 30TH
1. Reside on the islands of Hawai‘i, O’ahu, Kaua’i or Maui.
2. Be entering grade 9 or 10 and not currently enrolled full-time at one of Kamehameha Schools’ three campuses.
Apply now: https://apps.ksbe.edu/admissions/ or https://extwebets01.ksbe.edu/Admissions/Login.aspx
Please see below for the entry on our programs landing page on the live page http://www.ksbe.edu/programs/#collegeprep.
To learn more about the program: https://apps.ksbe.edu/kscholars/.
June 10, 2019 to July 3, 2019
Free Program runs daily from 8 AM – 1PM
Seeking incoming 7th Graders and current PHIS 7th & 8th Graders
Transportation to and from school will be provided
*Fun Activities ~ Sports & Enrichment Classes ~ Field Trips*
Registration Form: https://bit.ly/2WzKe0E
Attention Parents, Join Us on April 25th for an All-Star Summer Program Meeting in the Bandroom Room T102 at 5 PM to 6 PM. Light refreshments will be served.
For more information contact site coordinator Tiana Wong, call at 808-557-7759 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Z One of our students went head to head with the best and the brightest at the District Science Fair and performed extremely well in one of the toughest competitions to date. He was also the only KKP student to compete this year! Xavier Tablit, 11th Grade, received many awards – the Imiloa Outstanding Project in Space Science Award, the Sierra Club Moku Loa Dr. Don Worsencroft Award, the East Asian Observatory Research Project Award, the NASA Earth System Science Award, and incredibly the Yale Science and Engineering Association, Inc. Award! Additionally he placed the Best in Subject Senior Division for Physics and Astronomy, and 5th place overall in the Senior Division. This was a continuation project that Xavier completed discovering and researching star “anomalies” that have never been seen before! He garnered prizes of certificates, cash prizes, and even a year’s free membership for him and his family to Imiloa! Xavier will move on to the State Competitions.
by Nancy Iaukea