Partners

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The building of this community is done, kïpaepae (Lit., steps for entering a house), standing upon one stepping stone at a time. The evolution of a diverse community that is built upon Hawaiian culture as its root deepens our competencies of responsibilities, relationships, and re-creation. Many hands come together to ensure this timeless way of being with ourselves, one another, and the environment. E komo mai, welcome, become a part of this learning community.

Community Partners, inclusive of:
• Ka ‘Ohana o Kahalu‘u a me Keauhou
• Nä Ahupua‘a o Ke‘ei, Kalama, Kaawaloa, Keauhou, Kahalu‘u, Hölualoa, Kealakehe, Keahuolu, Honokohau, Kaloko, Ka‘upulehu, Kawaihae, Mahukona, Waipio, Kahuwai, Kau.
• Royal Order of Kamehameha
• Ka‘ahumanu Society
• Daughters of Hawai‘i
• Kona Hawaiian Civic Club
• Hawai‘i Island Küpuna Program
• Na Kalai Wa‘a Moku o Keawe
• Makali‘i Voyaging Canoe
• Kealakehe Elementary, Intermediate, High
• Ke Kula o Ehunuikaimalino
• Kanu o ka ‘Äina
• Hawai‘i Community College, I Ola Häloa
• Kapiolani Community College, Keolani Noa
• University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, Kïpuka, Native Hawaiian Student Center
• The Kohala Center
• Keauhou Beach Resort
• Keauhou Resort
• Queen Lili‘uokalani Children’s Center, Kona
• Bishop Museum
• Kamehameha Schools, Land Assets Division, Kona
• Kamehameha Schools, Enrichment Education, Kona
• Kamehameha Schools, Neighborhood Resource Center, Kona
• Hawai’i Academy of Arts & Sciences
• Konawaena Middle School
• Kua o ka La Public Charter School
• Salvation Army Family Intervention Services, Ke Kama Pono
• Na Kalai Wa’a Moku o Keawe