Hawaii Baptist Academy’s (HBA) Middle School students completed capstone projects this year, which challenged students to use their time, resources, and talents to contribute towards the betterment of our community. Some examples of capstone projects include organizing a Blood Drive in collaboration with the Blood Bank of Hawaii or raising money to donate to Ukrainian refugees.
These Middle School students demonstrated their hearts of service through their time, work, research, and contributions. Thanks to generous endowments, HBA is looking to bring more like-minded students to join the HBA ʻohana. The 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.
For more information about the scholarship visit hba.net/about/leading-to-serve/scholarship