Hawaii Baptist Academy’s elementary students have set a new school record by raising $34,097.68 for the American Heart Association’s (AHA) Kids Heart Challenge.
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Three high school juniors are taking a free trip to Japan after winning the top prize at the Japan Wizards Statewide Academic Team Competition.
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Seniors Adia Ainsworth, Johanna Seng and Christine Yamamoto have advanced to the finalist round of the National Merit Scholarship Program.
The Hawaii International Film Festival hosted its fortieth festival online during the month of November. Four films by HBA students were selected for the festival's student showcase.
It’s the second quarter, which means the start of Christian Emphasis Week (CEW) for elementary students.
Dwaine Woo is the director for the high school program, and Maribelle Fernandez is the assistant band director, teaching middle school beginning and advanced band, and also assisting Woo with the high school ensembles.
Five students are being recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program (NMSP) for their academic achievements.
Three seniors from Hawaii Baptist Academy are semifinalists in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program (NMSP). They are Adia Ainsworth, Johanna Seng and Christine Yamamoto.
Two high school students are using their new found hobby to help others during the COVID-19 pandemic.