Kamiano Paddling Finishes with Record Year by Caleb Burnett
(Photo courtesy of Monarch Media)
If there is a team that trains hard, takes pride in their results, and has fun at the same time, it’s Damien paddling. Although unable to qualify for State’s this year, it was a record year for Kamiano paddling, which included one of the largest girls’ crews, a record time for the Varsity boys, and a team filled with enthusiasm for every race and practice.
Ke ‘Ali’i staff Are you interested in attending Damien, or thinking of sending your students to Damien? Check out this new virtual tour of Damien Memorial School, featuring a few members of our outstanding student body. Continue reading Damien Featured in Virtual Tour
Celebrating Senior Night by Falynn Brickler
At Damien Memorial School, sports are very important to student life. At the end of each season, senior athletes participating in their final sports appearance, are celebrated through a “Senior Night.” With the celebration of graduating seniors, the school comes together to fully support the team at their final event.
NHS assists at Tripler Fisher House by Caleb Burnett
(Photo credit – flickr.com/photos/jeepersmedia/14715970515)
In the famous words of Mahatma Gandhi, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
By Donna Marcello, Assistant Athletic Director
Congratulations to our three PAC-5 Varsity swimmers who competed in the ILH Swimming/Diving Championships at Punahou School on Saturday, January 28.
A Night to Remember by Caleb Burnett
Nights like these don’t come very often. On January 21, Damien’s high school students suited up into their formal attire and made their way downtown for the 2nd Annual Damien Winter Ball, this year entitled “New Year’s Fantasy.” Continue reading “Damien’s New Year’s Ball Receives High Praise”
by Wes Reber Porter, President & CEO
Do you remember when the University of Hawaii changed its logo from the “UH” with the rainbow to its current single-letter design “H”?