HBA students had the opportunity to help sequence DNA isolated from bacteria cultured from Kaumana Cave on Hawaiʻi Island back in 2020, which has now been determined to be an entirely new bacterium to science!
HBA is offering scholarships for students entering 7th through 9th grade in the 2023-24 school year. We are looking for students who volunteer or contribute towards their school, community, non-profit organizations, and/or participate in community service projects.
Community service scholarships are available to all new and returning students entering the sixth through ninth grades. HBA is offering a one-time gift of $2,000 for 6th through 9th graders who demonstrate a heart to serve.
Seniors Connor Malinger and Sarah Kawakami-Williams have been elected the 2022 Mr. and Ms. HBA.
Pacific Business News (PBN) has awarded Hawaii Baptist Academy (HBA) second place in its Hawaii’s Best Workplaces of 2022. The award honors the island’s leading employers who foster an enjoyable and meaningful work environment for their employees.
Our high school journalism team, the Eagle Eye, was named "Best in State" at the 54th Hawaii High School Journalism Awards on April 14.
Five seniors from the class of 2022 were offered academic scholarships to the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Hawaii Baptist Academy seniors Sarah Kawakami-Williams and Connor Malinger advanced to the Finalist round in this year’s National Merit Scholarship Program competition.
Maurine King has dedicated nearly six decades of service to Hawaii Baptist Academy. In her 52 years of teaching, she has influenced thousands of students, many of whom now affectionately call her their friend. Even though she is happily retired, she continues to be involved at HBA and volunteers as a reading coach for kindergartners and a writer for the Soaring Eagle newsletter.
The Eagle Eye visited senior Kate Higa’s vegetable garden at her home in Kaneohe, Hawaii.