Our impact
Collectively, we have made great progress and growth, but what excites us the most is the enormous potential we have to do even more.
Jordanna Takaki

  • Vaughn G.A. Vasconcellos KS ‘71 Scholarship

School attending next school year:
  • Pepperdine University

Mahalo donors of the Kamehameha Schools Class of 1954 “Na Kanalimakumaha” Scholarship, Kamehameha Schools Hawaiʻi Parent Teacher Organization Scholarship (KSHPTO), Mary Atherton Richards Scholarship, and Vaughn G. A. Vasconcellos, KS ’71 Scholarship for your generosity. I am so grateful to have received these awards. It is a huge part towards a successful future. I plan to graduate college, be prepared to take the MCAT and get into medical school, after which I hope to become a pediatrician and work within my community Again, mahalo!!!!