On the outside, Marcus Mau ‘19 appears to have it all together. A young man with good grades and a bright future, one would never guess that he didn’t have it easy growing up.
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High school students Maya Liao and Rylie Lee presented HBA’s food waste recovery and compost project at the Hawaii Conservation Conference on July 10.
Taylor Eleola ‘19 will be attending the University of Hawaii at Hilo this fall to study pharmacy.
Madelyn Weaver ‘19 describes herself as a listener, and that’s why she enjoys hearing other people share their stories.
Adam Hu ‘19 has received the Regents Scholarship from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Emily White ‘19 has received a college-sponsored Merit Scholarship from Michigan State University.
The Class of 2019 celebrated their achievements at HBA’s 66th Commencement Ceremony on June 1 at the Hawaii Convention Center.
The Class of 2025 bade farewell to the Richard Bento Elementary Campus on May 28 at the Sixth Grade Aloha Celebration.
Kasen Wong and Rena Takatsuka were elected Mr. and Miss HBA for the 2018-2019 school year.
For the last 10 years, HBA’s fourth graders have traveled to Maui to learn about Hawaiian history and culture.