Maui High's Islander Scholar - Camryn Ban

Islander Scholars are selected for their character, compassion, resilience, wellbeing, aloha, and actions that demonstrate six comprehensive learning outcomes rooted in Hawaiʻi's culture and environment. These outcomes, called Nā Hopena Aʻo or HĀ, include a strengthened sense of Belonging; Responsibility; Excellence; Aloha; Total Well-Being; and Hawaiʻi, spelling out BREATH, which we know as HĀ. Hawaii high school principals selected 1 junior in their school who exemplifies these characteristics through their actions in school, community, and families to be their school's Islander Scholar.

In June 2017, Islander Scholars will convene in a unique three-day experience to connect them with one another, explore their kuleana, learn from distinguished community mentors, and meet last year’s Islander Scholars. 

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