The student news site of Kalani High School

Ka Leo O Kalani

The student news site of Kalani High School

Ka Leo O Kalani

The student news site of Kalani High School

Ka Leo O Kalani

At Kalani High School, a classroom displays a no face mask, no entry sign in the doorway in regards to safety against this ongoing pandemic. This shows how the Kalani community cares for students and is trying to stop of spread of COVID-19. Posters and reminders like these are seen throughout the campus which demonstrates the concern that Kalani provides. The images also shows ways to stop the spread and how students can make a difference on campus. Kalani is able to provide security and guidance for COVID-19.

Kalani Enforces Mask Rules

Azriel Badon, Photojournalism
February 25, 2022
Every day, at 1:57 p.m. school ends and students rush to the bus stop right in front of Kalani. Due to COVID-19, bus drivers only allow a certain number of students on the bus at a time, which varies between the size of the bus and who drives it. Oftentimes, students will walk almost half a mile to the bus stop located near Waialae Iki Park just to get on the earliest bus possible, while others stay roughly 30 minutes after school to catch the next bus, just to avoid the crowds and risk of infection. Photo and caption by Jasmine Rossiter.

After-School Rush

Jasmine Rossiter, Photojournalism
October 21, 2021
Students at Kalani High School prepare for the PSAT and SAT using a packet they recived when signing up. They take this test to understand what they have to know for the actual SAT. The practice test on Language Arts and Math is mainly for freshman and sophomores. The PSAT is scheduled at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki on Oct 10. Photo by Ellie Kim 2018.

Is school too long?

Ellie Kim, Student Life
October 7, 2018
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Too Much Homework?

Maya Kawano, Editorial
October 4, 2017

Freshman Start

David Lee, Student Life Writer
September 5, 2017
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