Sacred Hearts Academy  |   Honolulu, Hawaii

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Sacred Hearts Academy  |   Honolulu, Hawaii

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Sacred Hearts Academy  |   Honolulu, Hawaii

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Gennellea Amasol

Gennellea Amasol, Reporter

Gennellea is a second-year Journalism student and a junior at the Academy. She hopes to improve her writing skills and sharpen her ability to talk with others. Gennellea also hopes to conduct smoother interviews. At the end of the year, she would like to learn the mechanics of news reporting and Journalism. In her free time, she enjoys talking with friends, reading, writing online short stories, and listening to music. One fun fact about her is that she loves posting her work through websites, such as Wattpad, her primary reading source.

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PAC-5 varsity Division II soccer team smiling through the blood, sweat and tears of their hard work. They boast a trophy as state champions for the third year in a row. Photo courtesy of Dowda-Gates.

Wolfpack soccer completes a three-peat

Gennellea Amasol, Staff Reporter
March 7, 2024

“As soon as my teammate scored the final (penalty kick) to make us three-time Division II state champions, I was overwhelmed with joy and relief,”...

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The day begins in the campus gym, where pairs of LIFE Team members (photo left) Jetaime-Tihani Tajiri and Reagan Beissel and (photo right) Jayna Amasol and Keira Iwamoto lead the school in the gospel song, “Gloryland.” The liturgy brings together the Lower and Upper School students for Catholic Schools Week. The LIFE Team, or worship team, has a reputation of lighting up every mass or religious event with much enthusiasm for God. LIFE Day is at the forefront of these events, as the student members plan the day’s activities.

Living the Lancer LIFE Day experience

LIFE Day celebrates Catholic and Marianist traditions and is meant to build a community of faith through a day of worship and fun outdoor activities. This...

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My tortoise and rabbit getting to know each other. Who would win the race? Photo by Gennellea Amasol.

Aspiring Veterinarian: Rabbit care

Gennellea Amasol, Staff Reporter
January 25, 2024

At my house, it’s not uncommon to find redheads and sulcata tortoises roaming the yard and eating hibiscus flowers. Inside, tanks filled with fish as...

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This is part of a series.

Tarot Time: Elemental Explanation – Fire Elements

Gennellea Amasol
December 12, 2023

Fire signs, as described in my previous article “Tarot Time: Elemental Exploration (Fire and Earth signs),” are known to be positive and determined...

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Tarot Time: Elemental Exploration (Water and Air)

Tarot Time: Elemental Exploration (Water and Air)

Gennellea Amasol
October 20, 2023

We already explored the first two elements of the zodiac signs: fire and earth. Now let’s check out their counterparts, the air and water elements.  Air...

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Tarot Time: Elemental Exploration (Fire and Earth)

Tarot Time: Elemental Exploration (Fire and Earth)

Gennellea Amasol, Staff Reporter
May 13, 2023

To start strong, fire signs (Sagittarius, Leo, and Aries) are the typical extroverted social butterflies who are usually the conversation starters. Whether...

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Theology teacher Mary Ellen Miller at the Outreach, Unite, and Renewal (OUR) club booth. Members handed out candies to munch on, while explaining the many exciting services they can provide. Photo by Ember-Joy Guevarra.

Club Captures: Earn community service with these clubs

Gennellea Amasol, Staff Reporter
April 10, 2023

Lacking community service hours? Need 25 hours before the end of the year? In this Club Captures article, there will be interviews on clubs that specifically...

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The International Club’s poster at this year’s Club Fair showcases its ability to welcome many cultures. All photos by Ember-Joy Guevarra.

Club Captures: Gain life skills from these clubs

Gennellea Amasol, Staff Reporter
January 25, 2023

Looking for a club that will help you in the real world? This Club Captures article will discuss three clubs at Sacred Hearts Academy that can be the reason...

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(Left to Right) Soroptimist Club president Rory Redila and club members promoted their club at the Club Fair this year. Their club is one of the oldest at Sacred Hearts Academy. Photo by Ember-Joy Guevarra.

Club Captures: S Club & Lancers Keep It Reel

Gennellea Amasol, Staff Reporter
November 3, 2022

A school is a place where students can find others who have common interests and hobbies. Many turn to clubs, and at Sacred Hearts Academy, there are more...

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