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At Kamaile Academy haumāna learn, grow, and develop into resourceful community contributors who exhibit cultural pride, achievement, and pono values.
Kamaile Academy Mission
To prepare self-directed, self-aware, college-ready learners who embrace the challenges of obstacles, experience the pride of perseverance and accomplishments, and demonstrate the strength of ‘ohana and community.

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Principal’s Message

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April 5, 2020

Aloha e Kamaile Families, 

We have put together a set of resources (found in this folder) for students to complete daily during our school closure.  Enrichment packets can also be picked up daily at 10:00 a.m. during our free meal pick up. During this time, we are asking the parents kōkua and serve as their child’s kumu using the provided resources.
If you have not been in contact with your childʻs teacher please contact the school at info@kamaile.org or 808-697-7110.  We will be sure to have a teacher contact you right away.  Our teachers are here to support and should be in regular contact with families. 
Secondary students should continue to monitor their email accounts daily for emails from kumu.  
Kamaile Academy will continue to align with the Department of Education as we navigate through this developing COVID 19 situation, and I am confident that we will get through this together!  Huli ka lima i lalo.  We will all do our part to support our keiki, kupuna and one another.  
We will continue to communicate with our families with School Messenger and through our Kamaile Academy website.  For any questions please email info@kamaile.org. 
Mālama pono ʻOhana, 
Kamaile Academy Administration 

News & Announcements


If you need a hard copy of activities you can pick them up at daily food pick at 10:00 AM. Teachers have been reaching out to families. If you need to contact teachers or staff please call the office at 697-7110 and a message can be forwarded or email info@kamaile.org

Graduation Requirements Information from DOE-

There was a recent announcement from the office of the DOE Superintendent regarding graduation requirements. There will be an official memo from the Board of Education / DOE that will be coming soon. Once Kamaile has all the information regarding the decision from the BOE, we will be able to identify the best course of action to support students to be successful at Kamaile. More information will be coming soon. Mahalo for your patience.

Kamaile Academy's business office will be closed until further notice. You can call 808 697 7110 and leave a message or email info@kamaile.org. Kamaile Academy staff will get back to you asap. Students anticipated return date is April 30th.

Kamaile Academy continues to follow the DOE in our response to COVID 19. The Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) will close its offices except for essential functions until April 30th. Kamaile Academy's business office will be closed until further notice. You can call 808 697 7110 and leave a message or email info@kamaile.org. Kamaile Academy staff will get back to you asap.

Free Breakfast and lunch available to ALL students at WHS and WIS starting Wednesday 3/25

Aloha Nanakuli/Waianae Families of our Public and Charter Schools, We hope this message finds you and your ohana well during this Covid-19 emergency in Hawaii. We realize that the necessary closure of our schools will cause a disruption to our services so to help alleviate the current situation, our school cafeterias at Waianae High, Waianae Intermediate, Maili Elementary, Nanakuli High and Intermediate and Nanaikapono Elementary will provide prepared breakfasts and lunches for our children starting from Wednesday March 25th, except for Thursday as it is a holiday. During the school closure period, our cafeterias will be providing breakfast and lunch for any student on the coast, 18 years and under, using a “drive-thru” pick up system. Breakfast will be served from 7:30-8:00 am. Lunch will be served from 11:30-12:00 pm. One meal per child will be distributed and the child/children must be present to be served a meal based on federal guidelines. If you have any questions, please feel free to get further updated information on the school websites. We will continue to put the well being of our children and families as a priority in all decisions made during this time. Please stay safe and well as we go through these times together.