Get Your Lei Needles Ready, It’s Graduation Season!

Graduation season in Hawai‘i starts in mid-May and continues through June.


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Kamehameha Schools grad

Photo: Kelsey Ige

 

Chances are you know at least one graduating student who is about to be covered head-to-toe in candy, yarn, money and flower lei and pool floaties, like these new alumni at Kamehameha Schools. Go to hawaiipublicschools.org for a calendar of the public-school grad dates, which range from mid- to late May, and bit.ly/hnpsgrad for the private-school dates, which continue into June.

 

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