Lahainaluna High School

STUDENT SHOWCASE OF LEARNING

Featuring Project-Based Learning and other Awesome Classroom Moments

December 10, 2020

Kani Ka Pu

Kani Ka Pu performed by Kimo Kahae

Hula Performance

Virtual hula rendition performed by Leilani Esparanza, Jesabel Alibin, Nephi Hong, Tricia Pascua, Maile Cacal, Jadyn Neary, Hana Gonzalez, Belle Dagupion, and Jazmine Chang ( as they appear on the video)

About the Event

Lahainaluna takes pride in the achievement of our students even in a very unprecedented situation. Students are resilient and they show determination and growth in every aspect of their lives and academic undertakings. In adhering to safety and health guidelines, we are conducting this showcase virtually.

Showcasing events like this puts students in the limelight as they describe the process and products of their learning. Just like in any sports or performing arts, they bring families and community members together to celebrate their achievements.

Additionally, a showcase of learning is an enduring way of keeping a close record for LHS of our teaching and learning achievements during such a challenging time for our school community.

Our hats off to our hard-working students who have patiently completed their projects and are willing share to with the public. Also, to all the teachers who have nurtured and assisted their students to put forth their ideas into a tangible form that represents an acquisition of their knowledge and understanding of their subjects, many thanks.

Join us as we explore this adventure of digging into the creative and innovative minds of our students from creating artwork in math to a full-on investigation of protest movements taking place in America today.

Participants Feedback

Thank you very much for joining with us in celebrating student work. Your feedback is very important to us. We would like to hear from you by filling up this SURVEY. Mahalo.


TA Principal Jeri Dean

Principal's Message

Welcome to Lahainaluna High School's 3rd annual Project Based Learning (PBL) Student Showcase. Even during these challenging times, we are so proud of our students and teachers for their resilience as they navigate through distance learning. We would also like to express our gratitude to our families who continue to support and encourage their children. This Student Showcase website contains projects and other work that students have been engaged in since we started school this year. Feel free to browse the projects which have been arranged by discipline at the top of this page. Thank you for celebrating the amazing learning that has transpired so far this year!