Sacred Hearts Academy  |   Honolulu, Hawaii

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Sacred Hearts Academy  |   Honolulu, Hawaii

Ka Leo

Sacred Hearts Academy  |   Honolulu, Hawaii

Ka Leo

Celine Isabelle Arnobit

Celine Isabelle Arnobit, Features Editor, Reporter

Celine Isabelle Arnobit is a third-year Ka Leo reporter and a junior at the Academy. In her free time, she enjoys painting, writing, swimming, hiking, watching movies and playing with her dog. She is a member of the Academy’s Fem Club, Spanish Honor Society, Spanish Club, the Liturgical Corps and Ka Leo, as the Features Editor. She believes journalism is not only a way of informing others about news and occurrences but also a way to educate, inspire and tell a story with the art of writing.

All content by Celine Isabelle Arnobit
Seven Spanish III Honors students were inducted into the Sor. Juana Inés de la Cruz chapter of the Spanish Honor Society.

Spanish Honor Society greets new inductees

May 15, 2017

Seven Sacred Hearts Academy juniors and sophomores in the current Spanish III Honors class were inducted into “La Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica (SHH),”...

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The vast world of coffee boasts multitudinous recipes and variations of the hot or iced drink. Photo credit: Pixabay

A beginner’s field guide to coffee

April 21, 2017

The myriad of coffee options one encounters upon walking into a local coffee shop or a nearby Starbucks can be overwhelming; not to mention, the befuddling...

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AP Physics students studied concepts in a real-world situation through go-kart racing. Photos courtesy of Elane Namoca.

Physics students study through speed

April 19, 2017

Sacred Hearts Academy’s Advanced Placement (AP) Physics students had the opportunity to learn about physics in an innovative, fast-paced manner, while...

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Photo courtesy of Zeevveez on Flickr

Oahu’s two-year-old plastic bag ban: Is it working?

March 28, 2017

On July 1, 2015, Hawaii became the first state to issue a ban on plastic bags.   Almost two years later, however, how effective has the ban been? It...

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The 29-student cast of “In the Heights” brings the story of a neighborhood in Washington Heights, New York to the Kaimuki High School stage.

Kaimuki play soars to new ‘Heights’

March 15, 2017

Stage lights slowly fade up from complete black to a dimly lit spotlight. It falls on a graffiti painter performing a hip hop routine to Latin music, as...

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General etiquette necessary for youth

March 1, 2017

Some consider teenagers and young people to be among one of the more disrespectful age groups in school, in the community and in the workplace. They point...

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 Octavia Spencer (left), Taraji P. Henson (center) and Janelle Monae portray the three female protagonists who help America to pull ahead with the Project Mercury mission. Photo credit: Flickr

‘Hidden Figures’ soars high at the box office

February 21, 2017

Directed by Theodore Melfi, the drama and historical film, “Hidden Figures: The Untold Story of the African American Women Who Helped Win the Space Race,”...

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Infographic by Celine Isabelle Arnobit

Valentine’s Day started with a saint

February 10, 2017

Celebrated as the Holiday of Love, Valentine’s Day is the annual day of affection and appreciation, when couples, friends and families express their...

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Students spend time creating mason jar crafts and writing positive affirmations for their classmates in a session titled, “Others.” Photo credit: Tyson Noquez-Epil

Juniors experience ‘J.O.Y.’ on retreat

February 9, 2017

The junior class held its annual retreat at St. Anthony’s Retreat Center in Kalihi last week. It is traditionally an event planned and led by students...

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U.S. President Donald J. Trump waves at the spectators during the 58th Presidential Inauguration parade in Washington, D.C., Jan. 20, 2017. More than 5,000 military members from across all branches of the armed forces of the United States, including reserve and National Guard components, provided ceremonial support and Defense Support of Civil Authorities during the inaugural period. (DoD photo by U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Marianique Santos)

Trump’s first week in office filled with controversial executive actions

January 31, 2017

President Donald Trump is making good on his campaign promises. Following his inauguration, which drew national attention for its seeming lack of attendants,...

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Obama bids bittersweet, hopeful farewell: ‘Yes, we did. Yes, we can’

Obama bids bittersweet, hopeful farewell: ‘Yes, we did. Yes, we can’

January 14, 2017

On Jan. 10, President Barack Obama bid a bittersweet farewell to an emotional crowd in his hometown of Chicago, Ill. The 44th Commander in Chief’s...

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 Lancer varsity soccer girls visiting Puukohola Heiau National Historic Site during their preseason trip.

Varsity soccer visits Big Island to kick off season

December 12, 2016

Over Thanksgiving Break, Sacred Hearts Academy’s varsity soccer team traveled to the Big Island for a tournament and team bonding.   The 45th Hawaii...

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Students and faculty get into the holiday spirit by way of their wardrobes. Photo Courtesy: Flickr

Academy gets decked out in Christmas cheer

December 6, 2016

Sacred Hearts Academy students are getting into the holiday spirit with an annual Christmas Spirit Dress Down Day. The special event will be on Friday,...

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Students and chaperones representing Sacred Hearts Academy at the EMERGE leadership conference, which took place last week at the Hawaii Convention Center.

Students ‘EMERGE’ as leaders at youth conference

November 22, 2016

Last week, Sacred Hearts Academy high school students, in addition to many other young people from across the state, congregated at the Hawaii Convention...

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Limu, also known as ogo or simply, seaweed, is often prepared with raw fish, known as poke. The tainted seaweed, traced to Marine Agrifuture is connected to the recent salmonella outbreak on Oahu. Photo credit: Flickr

Salmonella outbreak linked to limu

November 22, 2016

Recently, a salmonella outbreak has affected 14 adults and children on Oahu, with four requiring hospitalization, as of Nov. 8. The recent outbreak...

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The class of 2018 will be selling Christmas wreaths to fundraise for project graduation. Photo Courtesy Pixabay.

Holiday fundraising benefits juniors

November 14, 2016

During the holiday season, there are several opportunities for project graduation fundraising that will benefit the class of 2018. Project graduation,...

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Senior Marissa Okamoto (center) celebrates with teammates last season. Photo courtesy of Marissa Okamoto.

Excelling on and off the lanes

November 8, 2016

Last month, Sacred Hearts Academy senior Marissa Okamoto was named Lancer of the Month for her outstanding performance on the varsity bowling team. Lancer...

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The Hawaii State Capitol, located in Downtown Honolulu, is also the burial site of hundreds who died in a 1980s measles outbreak. Photo Courtesy Wikimedia.

Historic Hawaii places with a haunted past

October 27, 2016

Hawaii is a place of rich culture and history. With this, however, comes myths and legends that oftentimes reveal the supernatural side of the islands....

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Singing to the tune of a professional composer

October 25, 2016

Choir students at Sacred Hearts Academy have been getting ready for their fall concert next month. But what better way to master a song than to work with...

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As an American citizen, the right to vote is a privilege and a duty that must be exercised by young voters. Photo credit: Pixabay

Voting rights must be exercised by America’s youth

October 14, 2016

The ability to vote for legislature is a privilege that should be taken advantage of by all eligible citizens but mostly, by our youth. They are the next...

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Suiting up for war

October 11, 2016

Instead of sitting and taking notes during a lecture last week, some AP students suited up for war, dodging imaginary bullets and bombs. It was part of...

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A page from the Japanese 3 Honors’ digital book. The Academy’s Japanese language students created the book entirely in Japanese, as part of an exchange project with Tokyo Sakuragaoka High School in Japan.

Learning language through digital exchange

October 4, 2016

Japanese language students at Sacred Hearts Academy have been using a unique method to further their foreign language skills—through the pages of a digital...

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Contemporary art is ‘Now | Here’

September 20, 2016

The distorted global perspective of Hawaii is all too commonly known among those from the state. Ideas of white sandy beaches, along with scantily-clad...

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Photo courtesy of Deborah Kula

CyberLancers victorious in cybersecurity comp

September 7, 2016

Academy students are working to make the virtual world safer, one computer at a time. And they’re doing this through a national cybersecurity competition. The...

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Students lost dress down days because of not adhering to the school dress code.

New year means new rules at Sacred Hearts

August 22, 2016

With the start of the new school year comes new changes to policies at Sacred Hearts Academy. According to Vice Principal Kinga Sanders, such changes were...

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Academy offers several new courses

May 13, 2016

Several new courses are available for students in grades seven to 12 in the 2016-2017 school year. In the English department, World Literature and...

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Spanish classes use everyday language in ecology projects

May 13, 2016

Keeley Ohman’s Spanish III Honors classes are completing their final project of the year, a cumulative video on Spanish-speaking countries of their choice...

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Women’s rights activist enlightens students on inequality

May 9, 2016

Yasmeen Hassan, executive director of Equality Now, visited the Academy on Apr. 29 to speak to students women’s rights. Raised in Pakistan but educated...

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Keiki Day winners celebrate ‘diversity’

May 9, 2016

Three Academy students won awards in this year’s Keiki Day Contest, with winners named in the special Keiki Day edition of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser....

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We won! Ka Leo wins big at award luncheon

We won! Ka Leo wins big at award luncheon

April 25, 2016

The Academy Ka Leo staff garnered multiple awards at the 2016 Hawaii High School Journalism Awards on Apr. 20. The Ka Leo  was named the 3rd Best in State...

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An event even Dracula could love: successful blood drive

April 22, 2016

The Sacred Hearts community donated needed pints of blood for the Academy’s annual blood drive on Apr. 15. This was the 21st drive coordinated by Science...

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Academy celebrates Hawaiian culture at annual May Day

April 14, 2016

This year’s  May Day celebration is themed “Na ka Lani Alii” or “for the heavenly chief.” The program’s songs and chants will honor several...

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Photo credit: Celine Isabelle Arnobit

Loss of accreditation demands reliable funding for Honolulu Zoo

April 8, 2016

The Honolulu Zoo has lost its accreditation by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) because of inconsistent funding. The zoo must be supported...

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Olympic skier soars in ‘Eddie the Eagle’

March 23, 2016

“Eddie the Eagle,” directed by Dexter Fletcher, is a family-friendly film based on the true story of ski jump Olympian Michael “Eddie” Edwards....

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Scientist chills at South Pole

March 16, 2016

Imagine living where the sun never sets for six months. Then, imagine going one mile below the Earth’s surface to study miniscule particles that can’t...

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VEX IQ team 2436 A will go to the Worlds competition in Kentucky for the first time after

outperforming elementary schools in the February competition. Sixth graders Kammiee Ardo, 

Nanami Mehring and Prudence Russell worked under the guidance of robotics teacher Peter 

Park and Robb Mehring, father of Nanami.

Photo credit: Sacred Hearts Parentline

VEX IQ team takes on international competition for first time

March 1, 2016

The Academy VEX IQ team has emerged victorious, earning one of the spots representing Hawaii at the prestigious Worlds competition in Louisville, Ky. This...

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Pakalana Kam (right) and Kaycee Selga will continue to meet with the SAC throughout the school year to discuss issues in school and state athletics.

Photo credit: Alison Miyata

Academy representatives selected for new advisory committee

February 29, 2016

Junior Kaycee Selga and sophomore Pakalana Kam are the Academy’s representatives for the Interscholastic League of Honolulu’s (ILH) new Student Advisory...

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Veganism is the exclusion of animal products in all aspects of one’s life, not simply in diet.

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Debates over vegan diets continue

January 29, 2016

Going vegan is a major decision for any person. True vegans consider more than just the food they consume. It is a change of lifestyle. According to...

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Windward Community College offers an environmental science program for select high school students to learn about Hawaii’s ecosystem and solutions to prevalent environmental issues.

Summer science program seeks high school applicants

January 29, 2016

Windward Community College (WCC), in partnership with the Pacific Center for Environmental Studies (PaCES) and Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB),...

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Infographic by Ashley Marie Lardizabal

Stricter gun restrictions necessary for safety of all Americans

January 28, 2016

Mass shootings are no longer uncommon, and it’s a frightening fact that American citizens now face such occurrences too often. In 2015, over 350 mass...

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CyberLancers take on challenge to combat hackers

CyberLancers take on challenge to combat hackers

December 18, 2015

The Academy’s two CyberLancers teams recently completed the second round of the CyberPatriot competition in which students demonstrate what they learned...

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Community activities abound for sharing Christmas spirit

Community activities abound for sharing Christmas spirit

November 25, 2015

With the holiday season approaching, all of Oahu is joining in the festivities, and there is a myriad of activities for the local holiday aficionado. Ward...

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Animals not only provide companionship but also are showing health benefits for their owners.

Animal companionship strengthens health benefits

November 20, 2015

Having a relationship with an animal is an experience like no other. More than just an affectionate companion, a furry friend is beneficial to many aspects...

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Lower school students browse to find the book that they want. Courtesy photo.

Lower school readers raise funds for library

November 20, 2015

Lower School students eagerly shopped for new books during the Scholastic Book Fair this past week. The fair, themed “Reading is So Fun It’ll Give...

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Women’s roles grow in previous male-dominated fields

November 10, 2015

Although the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields have been male-dominated for a long time, women are beginning to make inroads and...

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‘Out-of-this-world’ disaster strands man on Mars in ‘The Martian’

‘Out-of-this-world’ disaster strands man on Mars in ‘The Martian’

October 30, 2015

Based on the book by Andy Weir and directed by Ridley Scott, “The Martian” follows the story of astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon) who is stranded...

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October begins annual fundraising season

October 21, 2015

October usually means charitable activities at the Academy. Annually, several fundraisers are held to benefit Aloha United Way (AUW) coinciding with...

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Students lost dress down days because of not adhering to the school dress code.

Privilege of dress down days revoked but can be regained

October 21, 2015

Recently, students in grades 7 to 12 lost dress down day privileges, during which students come to school in class tee shirts and jeans. Privileges...

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New Feminist Club advocates gender equality

New Feminist Club advocates gender equality

October 19, 2015

Welcome to the Feminist Club! “Feminist Club was started to educate girls in the fundamentals of feminism. We wanted to create a safe place for girls...

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Redesigned tests hope to prove relevance to students

October 19, 2015

The College Board has made several substantial changes to the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) as well as the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)...

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A ‘scare-tastic’ October: Fright Night rises from the dead

A ‘scare-tastic’ October: Fright Night rises from the dead

October 13, 2015

Students are looking forward to Sacred Hearts Academy Room Parents’ (SHARP) Board Halloween Fright Night on Oct. 30 from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. The event was...

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A busy student’s Holy Grail: Pillsbury’s time-efficient and tasty recipes

September 24, 2015

The versatility of Pillsbury products is endless. The company offers a variety of dough products used to make breads, rolls, biscuits, pizza and pie...

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Videography class launches new show, ‘Lancers Lately’

Videography class launches new show, ‘Lancers Lately’

September 17, 2015

Videography students are reinventing the morning news program with new videography teacher, Alyssa Myers. The 15 girls in the class have recreated...

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Flu vaccines crucial for virus prevention and protection for the weak

September 11, 2015

Influenza vaccinations are essential for preventing the spread of flu and maintaining the overall health of people. According to the Centers for Disease...

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Lower school inducts new student council

September 9, 2015

New lower school Student Council members were inducted on Aug. 28. A ceremony in the auditorium welcomed 14 homeroom representatives and four officers...

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SHA Welcomes New Teachers from Sacred Hearts Academy on Vimeo.

New faculty and staff 2015-16

Video shot and edited by Frances Nicole Tabios, Celine Arnobit, and Janelle Medrano

https://kaleo.sacredhearts.org

[Video] SHA Welcomes New Teachers

September 5, 2015

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Lower school inducts new student council

September 4, 2015

New lower school Student Council members were inducted on Aug. 28. A ceremony in the auditorium welcomed 14 homeroom representatives and four officers...

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Pakistani Taliban victim continues to advocate for women’s education

August 31, 2015

Known simply as “Malala,” Malala Yousafzai has revolutionized education for children in Third World countries, especially girls, all before her 20th...

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Erin Flynn holding the Presidential certificate flanked by Megan Smith, U.S. Chief Technology Officer and Director of the National Science Foundation, and Dr. France A. Còrdova.

Photo credit: Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST)

Science department chair earns presidential recognition

August 24, 2015

Science department chair Erin Flynn was honored as one of 108 recipients of the 2015 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching...

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Embracing one’s culture is essential and valuable

May 14, 2015

Culture should be embraced, not repressed. Culture connects people to their ethnic or national roots. By treasuring their culture, people gain knowledge...

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First graders honor mothers

First graders honor mothers

May 13, 2015

First graders held their annual Mother’s Day celebration on May 6 when students enjoyed refreshments with their mothers. Students recited poems and read...

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Protests stall UH TMT telescope project

May 8, 2015

The University of Hawaii at Manoa (UH) plans to build a 30-meter telescope (TMT) on the summit of Mauna Kea on Hawaii island. The Institute of Astronomy...

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Photo Credit: Frances Nicole Tabios

Freshman practices martial art of capoeira

May 7, 2015

Freshman Chloe Kaneshige spends much of her free time practicing capoeira, a Brazilian art form that includes dance, fight, rhythm and music. The origins...

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May brings showers of performances

May brings showers of performances

May 7, 2015

May is an eventful month for the Performing Arts department. Plays directed and performed by students were presented during “A Night of Choices”...

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Director’s Internship program culminates with “A Night of Choices”

Director’s Internship program culminates with “A Night of Choices”

May 1, 2015

Two student-directed plays, the final products of the Director’s Internship program, will be performed at “A Night of Choices” on Sunday, May 3. Under...

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PWH scholars perform service for community

April 26, 2015

Students from Sacred Hearts Academy, Damien Memorial School and Saint Francis School, recipients of PWH scholarships, volunteered at Next Step Shelter...

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Dance department concludes season with ‘Coppélia’

Dance department concludes season with ‘Coppélia’

April 15, 2015

The Sacred Hearts Academy Dance Department concluded its season with its spring dance performance, excerpts from “Coppélia.” Because the ballet...

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Malasada and bake sale successful; raises over $3,000

Malasada and bake sale successful; raises over $3,000

April 14, 2015

The Sacred Hearts Academy Room Parent (SHARP) Board and the Athletic Board sponsored a malasada and bake sale on Apr. 9. The majority of items for sale...

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Sequel to ‘Divergent’ continues to thrill viewers

April 14, 2015

The second installment of the “Divergent” series, although not quite faithful to the book, is a thrilling adventure which follows the endeavors of...

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SHARP Board starts April with showers of spring treats

April 2, 2015

The Sacred Hearts Academy Room Parent (SHARP) Board will sponsor a Spring Bake and Malasada Sale on Apr. 9. The sale’s proceeds will go towards funding...

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Second graders successful in business endeavors

Second graders successful in business endeavors

April 2, 2015

Second graders created their own shops in order to learn about potential careers and how to run a successful business. Two malls, called “The...

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Biology classes explore genetic disorders

Biology classes explore genetic disorders

March 29, 2015

Freshman Biology classes are studying the mechanism and impact of genetic disorders as part of a unit on human genetics. Disorders include progeria,...

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Band and choir spring into action on East Coast

Band and choir spring into action on East Coast

March 29, 2015

Academy band and choir students embarked on a week long trip to the East Coast during spring break. Band director Keith Higaki said, “Originally,...

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Military families include more than just servicemen

March 16, 2015

Being a member of the military, although valiant, can and does affect the whole family. It is not simply an individual effort of the service member but...

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Verify information before forming opinions

Verify information before forming opinions

March 16, 2015

Everyone has opinions but not everyone can be trusted or believed. To be credible, opinions must be based on reliable sources and not simply based on...

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Women Empowerment Club encourages higher education

Women Empowerment Club encourages higher education

March 5, 2015

Academy students heard the Women Empowerment Club’s message that women must pursue higher education. Chaminade University sponsored the presentation...

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Freshman wins big at state championships

Freshman wins big at state championships

February 27, 2015

Freshman LeGrand Pound triumphed at the state swimming championships on Feb. 20-21 winning gold in two events. Pound placed first in the 200 and 100-yard...

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Less time online, more time living

February 24, 2015

Today’s teens appear to be inseparable from their electronics. Many consider them vital to their well-being. This profound attachment can prove detrimental...

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Vaccinations imperative to combat disease epidemics

February 22, 2015

Vaccinations are crucial in preventing and protecting against disease. The current measles epidemic would not be occurring if all children were vaccinated. In...

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Great Aloha Run shows strong Academy support

Great Aloha Run shows strong Academy support

February 20, 2015

Hordes of student volunteers as well as student and faculty participants flocked to Aloha Tower for the 31st Great Aloha Run (GAR), sponsored by Kaiser...

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St. Patrick’s Day makes everyone Irish

February 12, 2015

The feast day of St. Patrick of Ireland, St. Patrick’s Day, was first celebrated as a national holiday in Ireland. Today, many simply see the day...

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Leos carnival proves entertaining and worthwhile

Leos carnival proves entertaining and worthwhile

February 6, 2015

Lions and Leo clubs from across the island held the annual Leo Club Carnival at St. Louis’ Mamiya Theatre for club members and friends and families of...

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Chart-topping trivia game enthralls teens

Chart-topping trivia game enthralls teens

February 5, 2015

In recent months, a free smartphone application called “Trivia Crack” has gained a great following in North America, especially among teenagers. Available...

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Freshmen remind mothers they are loved and appreciated

Freshmen remind mothers they are loved and appreciated

January 26, 2015

The Freshman Class enjoyed the annual Mother-Daughter luncheon on Jan. 18 at the Pacific Beach Hotel in Waikiki. Mothers and daughters spent the Italian-themed...

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Foreign language study builds confidence and brings advantages

Foreign language study builds confidence and brings advantages

January 20, 2015

A panel of alumnae and teachers with foreign language backgrounds encouraged language students to continue their studies at the 5th Annual World Languages...

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‘Night at the Museum 3’ brings history to life in hilarious adventure

‘Night at the Museum 3’ brings history to life in hilarious adventure

January 14, 2015

The “Night at the Museum” films revolve around night guard Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) and the challenges he faces during his shifts at the Museum of...

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Spring into athletics with seasonal sports

January 8, 2015

Spring sports begin in February with ILH teams of tennis, golf, track and field, softball, sailing, water polo and judo. All athletes must complete...

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Senior wins coveted spot in U.S. Senate Youth Program competition

Senior wins coveted spot in U.S. Senate Youth Program competition

December 18, 2014

The U.S. Senate Youth Program (USSYP) has selected senior Aina Katsikas as one of two delegates to represent Hawaii in its highly competitive, prestigious...

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First-time Marathon participant outruns competition

First-time Marathon participant outruns competition

December 18, 2014

Junior Phoebe Kirk, an outstanding runner since Junior High, placed at the top of her age group in the Honolulu Marathon on Dec. 14. A first-time participant...

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Class of ‘65 reunites at Christmas tea

December 11, 2014

The Class of 1965 celebrated its 50th high school anniversary at a tea which has become an annual tradition. The celebration took place after the mass...

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Academy outreach programs benefit community

Academy outreach programs benefit community

December 5, 2014

Sacred Hearts Academy emphasizes helping others through charitable works and donations especially during this time of year. In October, the Academy...

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Athletes make ILH all-stars teams

Athletes make ILH all-stars teams

December 1, 2014

Seven Academy students have been named fall All-Stars in the Interscholastic League of Honolulu (ILH). Junior Phoebe Kirk was named to the first team...

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Leo Club members teach dribbling at YAP

Leo Club members teach dribbling at YAP

November 24, 2014

Seven Leo club members volunteered at the Young Athletes Program (YAP) organized by Special Olympics Hawaii at Kaiser High School. The YAP program strives...

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Freshmen play dodgeball with beach balls on Whale-of-a-Tale Wednesday.

Class of 2018 celebrates Freshman Week

November 20, 2014

Freshmen are celebrating their Freshman Week Nov. 17-21. The theme of the entire week, including the retreat on Friday, is “Uncharted Seas.” The...

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Holiday of gratitude is centuries old

November 16, 2014

Thanksgiving has become increasingly commercialized since its origins in the 17th century. The history behind the holiday is often unknown to those who...

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Academy celebrates senior fall athletes

Academy celebrates senior fall athletes

November 11, 2014

Senior athletes involved in fall sports of volleyball, bowling, air riflery and cheerleading were honored at the Senior Breakfast on Nov. 10. Breakfast...

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Sixth graders showcase Egyptian artifacts

Sixth graders showcase Egyptian artifacts

November 10, 2014

Sixth graders ended their unit in social studies on ancient Egypt with a museum walk, showcasing homemade Egyptian artifacts. From dioramas of the Great...

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