Sacred Hearts Academy  |   Honolulu, Hawaii

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Sacred Hearts Academy  |   Honolulu, Hawaii

Ka Leo

Sacred Hearts Academy  |   Honolulu, Hawaii

Ka Leo


Academy junior Carlee Marcello playing Minecraft. She found time to pick up streaming as a hobby during the pandemic. Photos courtesy of Carlee Marcello.
More streamers 'go live' during pandemic
Jaime Tumbaga, Staff Reporter • December 16, 2021

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, more people tune into streaming content online, from watching...

(From left to right) Juniors Maya Chizer, Isabella Savea, Mari Oyer and Selah Lipman practice social distancing during one of their breaks. They wear face shields as they eat. Photo by Moriah Gilmore.
Campus vs. Online: The pros and cons for Academy students
Moriah Gilmore January 12, 2021

When Sacred Hearts Academy’s campus re-opened in September, families had two choices: to continue their...

New teachers share insight on teaching during a pandemic
New teachers share insight on teaching during a pandemic
Isabella Savea January 8, 2021

New teachers at Sacred Hearts Academy have been transitioning smoothly amid changes brought on by the...

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In the spring of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic halted mostly all in-person activities. Young athletes were forced off the fields and the courts—and into a downward trend of youth who decided they wouldnt go back.

This illustration depicts the issue. It shows a softball player getting ready to bat. Written on the ball coming toward her are issues student athletes face today, including lack of motivation and depression. These issues, experts say, are factors contributing to their disinterest in returning to play. Illustration By Mei Wai Lee.
ILLUSTRATION - Hawaii's youth lose interest in sports
Mei Wai Lee, Staff Artist • February 26, 2022

  To read more, find the full article here.

Academy math teacher Sabrina Baldassari helps junior Sydney Europa. Baldassari is a first-year teacher at the Academy. Photo By Isabella Savea.
Meet the Teachers 2021
Isabella Savea, Staff Reporter • December 13, 2021

      In this video of “Meet the Teachers,” reporter Isabella Savea interviews...

Before the coronavirus pandemic, student-lead businesses were popular on the Sacred Hearts Academy campus. In-person transactions made these small mobile shops widely accessible to their classmate clientele. However, with the pandemic came many obstacles for these young business owners, whose profits went toward athletic expenses and college tuition. 

This comic illustrates the issue and how todays youth contributes to a phenomenon coined hustle culture. This is the belief that one must work harder and longer in order to be successful. Instead of giving up, these entrepreneurs crafted and created products, like face masks, from home. They taught themselves how to run a digital storefront and once again, returned to business, as usual. Comic by Jillian Simpson.
COMIC - Student shop owners embrace 'hustle culture'
Jillian Simpson, Staff Reporter • November 26, 2021

  To read more, find the full article here.

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“Attack on Titan” season four scouts
Winter season anime collection
Jessa Ancheta April 1, 2021

Anime has transformed my life exponentially over the months of quarantine. A form of escapism and plenty...

Nyan Cat meme which became a popular gif in 2011 from the game Nyan Cat: Lost in Space. Photo courtesy of Rob Bulmahn.
The evolution of memes through a pandemic
Morgan Garza March 25, 2021

In the early stages of the internet, there were no rules as to what could be done. It was the Wild West....

Lancer juniors spill the tea about high school
Lancer juniors 'spill the tea' about high school
Isabella Savea March 23, 2021

In this episode of Ka Leo Convos, Isabella Savea, an Academy junior and Ka Leo reporter, ‘spills the...

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Sacred Hearts Academy senior Sydney Bump returned to in-person learning this school year. Bump quit playing soccer to focus on schoolwork and improved mental health. Photo by Isabella Savea.
Hawaii's youth lose interest in sports during pandemic
Isabella Savea, Staff Reporter • March 3, 2022
Sacred Heart Academy junior Anna Takegawa (left) plays “Mario Kart 8 Deluxe” during an esports practice with (middle to right) Adviser Derrick Lee and seniors Shari Leong and Katie Rebugio. With esports a sanctioned Hawaii high school sport, the team competes weekly against other schools in the Pacific/Coastal region. All photos by Ella blu Pakele.
Lancers level up to high school esports
Ella blu Pakele, Staff Reporter • February 28, 2022
Five songs if you want a good cry
Five songs if you want a good cry
Zandrina Cambra May 2, 2022
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