Ka ʻĀina Hoʻopulapula o Keaukaha.
The Hawaiian homelands of Keaukaha.
Ke Ana Laʻahana opened its doors on August 23, 2001 and provides innovative opportunities for student learning in a cultural and community-based setting. KALPCS promotes excellence and discovery that challenges our ‘ōpio to become effective stewards of our local and global communities.
Ka ʻUmeke Kāʻeo is a Hawaiian cultural-based school that conducts all instruction in the Hawaiian language and is located in Keaukaha, Hilo, Hawaii Island. It began as a Department of Education Hawaiian Immersion program in 1987 and became a charter school in 2001.
The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands is governed by the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act of 1920, enacted by the U.S. Congress to protect and improve the lives of native Hawaiians. The act created a Hawaiian Homes Commission to administer certain public lands, called Hawaiian home lands, for homesteads. Native Hawaiians are defined as individuals having at least 50 percent Hawaiian blood.
Keaukaha Volleyball Club
Independent Leaders of Aloha United (ILAU)
Independent leaders of Aloha United (ILAU) is a community-based organization that has partnered with KCA to broaden perspectives through diverse cultural connections and experiences.