Friday, December 1, 2017

Message From Mr. Randy Fong To All Alumnae

Aloha Academy Graduates!

More Info. & RSVP:
I hope you are enjoying your Fall semester in college. At Sacred Hearts Academy, we are getting ready for our annual Alumnae Forum, which will be held on Tuesday, January 9, 2018. This is a great opportunity for recent graduates like yourself to come back to the Academy and share your college experiences with our  current students. The Forum will be open to students in grades 7 - 12, and the format will be the same as last year with breakout sessions by grade level, including the morning start time.

Keep in mind this date is later than in past years, so some of you may be back on the mainland by the date of the forum. So, let me know either way if you can or can not attend.

The tentative schedule is for the Alumnae Forum to start after morning homeroom. You should be on campus by 7:30AM for a short orientation. The forum will be from 7:55AM to 9:00AM, followed by a hearty breakfast meal and fellowship for all of you, and a mini college fair at recess (40 minutes) at 10:40AM.

Last year we had 35+ graduates returning to our campus for the forum!

More information will follow, but if you are able to attend, please go to: to sign up!

If you are able to, please bring brochures, viewbooks, etc., from your college--you can check with the Admissions Office at your college; they will be more than happy to give you materials to distribute to our students.

Good luck on your exams!
-Mr. Fong 

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Monday, November 27, 2017

Lancer Marching Band Performs in Kaimuki Christmas Parade

Located on Waialae Avenue in Kaimuki, Sacred Hearts Academy is a historic Roman Catholic college preparatory school for girls founded in 1909 to serve the needs of early Hawaii Catholics in the former Territory of Hawaii. This school is widely known for being the home of the largest all-girls marching band in the United States.
The marching band won first place in the 2008 Aloha Festivals Parade and in 2012 for the performance of Hawaiian music, and has also performed in the London New Year’s Day Parade in 2009.  The band also makes regular appearances in the Wahiawa Veterans Day Parade, Waikiki Holiday Parade, and the Kaimuki Christmas Parade.
The Kaimuki Business & Professional Association will present the annual Kaimuki Christmas Parade on Thursday, December 7th, 2017 starting at 6:00PM along Waialae Avenue from Saint Louis School/Chaminade University to Koko Head Avenue.
The 69 member marching band includes 60 musicians and 9 color guard and is led by Band Director Keith Higaki, with Drum Major Kacey Chong, Drumline Captain Lauren Chung, and Color Guard Captain Logan Shiroma

They will be performing Christmas Parade Sequence, featuring the popular carols Joy to the WorldGood King Wenceslas, and Hark! The Herald Angels Sing. Show your Lancer spirit and cheer on the #SacredHeartsAcademy ladies! 

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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Caring and Kindness of Kupuna Celebrated

To celebrate the special role kupuna play in their lives, students in grades seven to 12 welcomed these special members of their 'ohana to campus on November 15 for the school's annual Grandparent' Day festivities. 

Over 300 kupuna joined their granddaughters for a special program showcasing some of the school's outstanding performing artists before sojourning to classrooms to get a glimpse into student life. They also participated in some fun and spirited activities, including Bingo, "Name That Tune" and even a session making and "personalizing" a Gak-like concoction with bright colors.

The celebration of Academy grandparents continues on November 17 when 300+ kupuna of those in grades Pre-School to six descend on campus!

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Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Coming Together For Good Cause

Wizards, witches and even Wonder Woman were spotted across campus on October 21 as the school 'ohana celebrated Halloween - with a good cause in mind. 

As part of the "Costumes For a Cause" campaign, students donated $3 to "dress-down" or "dress-up" for the day. 

Proceeds from the Lower School will benefit Aloha United Way, and the High School's efforts will go towards the National Catholic Educational Association's Hurricane Relief Fund to assist Catholic Schools devastated by recent storms. 

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Thursday, October 26, 2017

Seniors Host Spooktacular Carnival at Leahi Hospital

On October 25th the Class of 2018 facilitated a Halloween Spooktacular Carnival for the seniors at Leahi Hospital as a part of the annual Senior Class Service Day

Students and seniors played a variety of fun games like, Frankenstein’s Hungry—where participants needed to feed Frankie by shooting rings into his mouth, and Spiderville Mansion where spiders of various sizes where aimed into a window of the house. Another was Matching Mystery where images where the tops and bottoms of characters such as a mummy, witch, werewolf, Frankenstein needed to be match up. 

Residents earned tickets which were redeemed for prizes provided by the Class of 2018. By all accounts, the event was a Spirit-filled experience!

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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

2017 Fright Night Preparations Begin

Excitement filled the air on campus as a hard-working crew of parent and student volunteers began prepping for the annual Fright Night celebration on October 27. Graveyards are popping up here-and-there, spider webs are being spun, pumpkin patches are growing and ghosts are creeping out from doorways!

Over 1000 parents and students are expected for this family-friendly Halloween activity, which is planned, organized and staged by the Academy's dedicated Parent Organization.

Costumes are ready and eager event patrons are looking forward to an awesome treat!

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Does Java Actually Jolt Growth?

As part of their unit on cell division, the "biologists" in AP class recently set out to confirm or cast doubt on the belief that coffee inhibits growth. 

The students soaked pieces of garlic in three different substances - coffee, water and growth hormone and prepared a slide for each sample. Then students carefully studied the reaction in each garlic piece under a microscope. And, using a cell phone they captured a close-up image to document the action and count the instances of cell division.

Their surprising findings? Coffee actually made the garlic "grow more!"

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