With the large number and variety of private schools in Hawai‘i, you may find yourself asking, Just where do I start?
Kamehameha Schools latest trustee went from student boarder to powerful attorney who helped change the institution.
(Sponsored) Customize your own awamori cocktail and enjoy bites by 12 local chefs on Friday, Aug. 30, at the Hawai‘i Convention Center.
(Sponsored) The fifth annual girl-power event takes place Wednesday, July 17, at the East-West Center at UH Mānoa.
There is something cooking in Hawai‘i’s public schools, and that’s unusual.
Learning centers and Hawaiian language immersion are among the programs that show that Hawai‘i public schools reach far beyond test scores and letter grades.
The state Department of Education manages a $1.99 billion operating budget. But how is that budget funded?
Hawai‘i Pacific University’s move to Aloha Tower Marketplace and Waterfront and Pioneer plazas is a real cliffhanger. What’s next?
Since 2003, HONOLULU Magazine has been publishing a chart that ranks Hawai‘i’s public schools.
A shout-out to Richard Kiyonaga in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week.
I have this conversation every year on the streets of O‘ahu. Here is my answer.
(Sponsored) High school students in 10th and 11th grade can apply for Outreach College’s Summer Scholar Program at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
(Sponsored) Your guide to navigating the admissions process, financial aid applications, preparing for college, avoiding the Freshman 15, building a network and more. Plus, get an insider perspective on studying abroad.
Molding kids into well-rounded students no longer means just checking a list of activities. Educators are encouraging students to follow their passions for nature, volunteering, music and more, resulting in more meaningful and creative learning.
We’ve ranked Hawai‘i’s public schools from the best-performing to the worst, using official state Department of Education data. How does your school measure up?