Seniors Reanne Inafuku and Emily White have advanced to the finalist round of the National Merit Scholarship Program.
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HBA students took several awards in science this past weekend at multiple events.
Second graders are learning how their income can be used to bless others.
HBA’s middle school students have donated $,1056.91 to Make-A-Wish Hawaii.
In celebration of Hawaii Baptist Academy’s 70th anniversary, the school and its supporters will come together for the Legacy Awards Dinner on Saturday, February 23, 2019, to honor HBA’s history and recognize 10 individuals who have contributed to HBA’s success.
Four high school students have placed in the Hawaii Association of Teachers of Japanese Nengajo Contest.
We live in an ever-changing world. With the advancement of technology, change is occuring at an even faster rate. According to the 2018 World Jobs Report by the World Economic Forum (WEF), “an estimated 65 percent of children entering primary school today will end up working in a type of job that does not yet exist.” How then do we prepare our children for the future, and what types of skills will they need?
Hawaii Baptist Academy kicked off its 70th anniversary celebration by hosting a two-day community Christmas concert at the Hawaii Convention Center, December 14-15.
Some students from Hawaii Baptist Academy are being recognized for their video about onigiri, which is being used to help fight global hunger.
Paying for a private education requires a tremendous commitment from families. Yet many times, parents don’t take full advantage of financial aid.