Sacred Hearts Academy  |   Honolulu, Hawaii

Ka Leo

Sacred Hearts Academy  |   Honolulu, Hawaii

Ka Leo

Sacred Hearts Academy  |   Honolulu, Hawaii

Ka Leo


For most of her gap year, Adeline Busekrus ‘20 ventured out to Texas, where she gained new experiences in working and living. Photo courtesy of Busekrus.
Gap year gains popularity among high schoolers
Emily Trueba, Staff Reporter • November 18, 2022

While students spend much of their high school careers in anticipation of college, recent studies show...

White examines the contents of the vial following its flight to space. He and the team will notate any changes in sight, texture, smell and touch. Photo by Kennedy Wardlaw.
Students launch experiments into space, benefiting future generations
Kennedy Wardlaw, Staff Reporter • November 15, 2022

Sacred Hearts Academy junior Jenica Wong never imagined she’d be launching something into space; let...

B.I.O.N.I.C. Lancer members share about their club at this years club fair. They support students facing challenging times. All photos by Keira Wheeler.
B.I.O.N.I.C. Lancers show they care
Jaime Tumbaga, Staff Reporter • November 15, 2022

B.I.O.N.I.C. Lancer, which stands for Believe It Or Not I Care Lancer, is a team of Sacred Hearts Academy...

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Varsity basketball player Kalysa Marie Ng prepares to take a shot during a game against Leilehua High School. Photo by Samantha Europa
Mental health: The game not all athletes are prepared for
Samantha Europa, Staff Reporter • November 15, 2022

From the roaring crowd of fans after a game-winning shot to the relief felt when the championship banner...

Kalani High School student Lily Merit leading her crew in seat one during the 2022 Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association (HCRA) state championships. Photo courtesy of Merit.
Sports bring different communities together
Mahinamakamaeokalani Monsarrat-Ohelo, Staff Reporter • November 14, 2022

Every student athlete is different, especially if they are from different schools or environments. Many...

SLS receiver Jaysen Peters DeLaura making a play against Bishop Gorman earlier this year. DeLaura missed the “Friday Night Lights” feeling when he was injured. Photo courtesy of DeLaura.
Inside the life of injured athletes
Nahenahe Alo, Staff Reporter • November 14, 2022

In the United States, approximately eight million high school students play sports. One million of them...

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Varsity basketball player Kalysa Marie Ng prepares to take a shot during a game against Leilehua High School. Photo by Samantha Europa
Mental health: The game not all athletes are prepared for
Samantha Europa, Staff Reporter • November 15, 2022
SLS receiver Jaysen Peters DeLaura making a play against Bishop Gorman earlier this year. DeLaura missed the “Friday Night Lights” feeling when he was injured. Photo courtesy of DeLaura.
Inside the life of injured athletes
Nahenahe Alo, Staff Reporter • November 14, 2022
Academy senior Ember-Joy Guevarra watching a video on social media platform Snapchat. Guevarra has a mixed opinion on social media, which she says can be both a great way to feel connected but at the same time, creates feelings of insecurity. Photo by Abigail Walker.
More teens report feeling sad and hopeless
Abigail Walker, Staff Reporter • November 14, 2022
A view of the Sacred Hearts Academy campus. Class sizes at the Academy are typically smaller than other public and private schools on the island. Photo by Danielle Woo.
Exploring private and public schools
Danielle Woo, Staff Reporter • November 14, 2022
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