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Dear HPA Students, Colleagues, and Friends, As you have no doubt noticed, “Immerse” is the theme of our 2015 HPA upper school yearbook. And what a perfectly appropriate theme it is! Kudos to all members of the yearbook staff for selecting such an intriguing topic. Immerse. An action verb if there ever was one, wouldn’t you say? Totally in the moment. Deeply committed. Wholly engaged. Singularly involved. Connected to the fullest. 100% captivated by thought or action. All o f these phrases - and many more, of course - can be viewed as defining immerse (as a verb) or immersion (as a noun). But defining the term is quite different from actually experiencing it. And it’s within the pages of this yearbook that you, the reader, can experience immersion of the most inspiring sort. For those who may not have been with us on campus during this glorious year in HPA’s history, what follows is your opportunity to become immersed (even if only vicariously so) in the events and with the people who have made 2014-2015 such a truly special year. And for those of you who have been here at HPA for this academic term? The images you’ll be viewing and thepassages you’ll be reading in this fabulous chronicle will bring back a flood of memories. In fact, you’ll likely find yourselves re-immersed in a year like no other at the school we love. Immersion. I was first awakened to the depth and scope of this topic when I was introduced in college to the writings of Epictetus, a Greek philosopher who lived nearly two thousand years ago. When considering the theme of this yearbook and the introductory piece I was asked to write, I found myself transported back to my sophomore year in college, when I was first exposed to the writings of this wise and grounded observer of the human condition. On the topic of immersion, few have ever approached the wisdom and simple, straightforward eloquence of Epictetus, who wrote: “Caretake this moment. Immerse yourself in its particulars. Respond to this person, this challenge, this deed. Quit evasions. Stop giving yourself needless trouble. It is time to really live, to fully inhabit the situation you happen to be in now.” As I look back on my seven years as the headmaster of HPA and, especially, on all the events and the people

who have made our 2014-2015 term so memorable , I realize how - more often than I could have foreseen in 2008 - 1 have been able to fully inhabit the moments we’ve shared and to immerse myself in HPA. And how do I know this? Because these past seven years now seem like seven seconds. To all who have made life at our wonderful school so fulfilling for me, I extend a big mahalo for the honor and privilege of sharing this time and this place with you. Without your support and friendship, my immersion in our compassionate, endlessly creative, and highly uplifting HPA culture would have been impossible. I am a better person

for having had the good fortune to find you in my life, whether as a student or as a colleague in service to HPA. You will always have a home in my heart. In fact, you are now - and you shall forever be - immersed there! With warm aloha,

Lindsay R. Barnes, Jr. Headmaster

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O ur H PA com m unity was com m itted to creating an incredible 2015 and it certainly w as an incredible year! Students im m ersed them selves in the culture o f HPA, and engaged them selves in the many opportunities that connect them to this special island environm ent through class excursions, outdoor experiences, and classroom -based experim ents. Investigations in uncovering the PCR process and research on im m ersive hum an m achine interfaces pushed graduate school level w ork into our daily studies. M ore B IIF and

In a very real sense, our m ission at H PA is to im m erse our students in an educational experience largely o f their choosing and in this special place. E xceptional learning opportunities require depth. N othing o f worth was ever built superficially; true w ork is both beautiful and hard. All we do truly well, we do because we im m erse ourselves this is as true for the poet as it is for the soccer player, as it is for the actor, as it is for the engineer. Indeed, our students graduate to becom e the w orld’s doctors,

novelists, historians, painters par excellence, at least in part because o f their im m ersive experiences here. W e also aspire to graduate w orld citizens. Citizens o f the world m ust first know w here they com e from . To this end, w e also strive to imm erse our students in the extraordinary place o f H aw ai'i Island. To be truly at hom e in the world, a person m ust have and know a home. Just as w e offer the m athem atician a m ultitude of opportunities to hone her craft, so,

D o not dip your toe in the w ater to test its tem perature, but rather to dive in and get soaking wet. Believe in the experience, the process and the safety o f your surroundings. This is our school culture. This is not without consideration and planning. We strive to experience. It is intentional. In 2015 at HPA, we are able to take risks. W e can try, fail, and try again. Fred W awner D ean o f S tudent Life

State championship banners now adorn our gym. M emory-making trips to Halape, W aim anu and M auna Kea, and hikes to Laelae and H i’ilawe, or boogie boarding dow n the w aterslide on campus captivated the interest and energy o f many on the weekends. Unbelievably busy, our students need to slow dow n to wholeheartedly enjoy the present. The unbridled enthusiasm of cheerleaders at basketball games and our scream ing classes at O lympics as they form ed their perfect circle or pulled together in a gam e o f tug-of-w ar rem ind us

W e can laugh, cry and be vulnerable. W e can point out our sim ilarities and our differences-

that each person contributes to our family network. W e are linchpins connected by our desire to perform our best. In this special place, the winds (ka makani) blow briskly through the trees, and the sun often tries to peek through the mist gifting us with a double rainbow. W hen we sit quietly and look up at the night sky, we are aw estruck by the countless glittering stars. Immersed in this beauty, we are humbled and rem inded that it is our personal responsibility to make this a better place to live, learn, and love.

too, do w e offer our students this same range o f opportunities to com e to know our island home. To paraphrase my hero, W endell Berry: “M ay we be worthy of our education and o f this place.” Immerse yourselves! Y ou’ll find your calling, your passion, w hen you are w ell and truly in it. All here can be the leader, the star in som ething . . . with a little work.

discuss them and laugh about them. W e connect with each other. W e connect with our surroundings. This is a m ajor part o f our experience. W ith so many different personalities, ideas and cultures w eaving into our own special H PA mosaic, we have a school culture that challenges the strong, protects the meek, and provides an arena for long lasting success. We are built on the concept of immersion. W e accept that we are all different- how we act, think

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and learn are very different. The experiences that bond us are the critical pieces in our programs. Not every day is easy here, and this is important to us. In my sixth year at HPA I am excited to be a part of the traditions that have made us better and the changes that push us forward. We continue to strive to be durable in all programs, modifying and fortifying in important areas such as academics, athletics and residential life. We will continue to dive in.

ELiana Kaplan


S t u d e n t B o d y P r e s id e n t A swimmer flies off the block into the water, a teacher hikes his students into the Waimea hills and teaches them of introspection, a paint-soaked member of the class of 2016 charges across the soccer field chanting a long-rehearsed anthem, a crowd bursts into applause with the final note of the International Day hula performance, a starting basketball player belts out a solo in the choir’s chapel performance, and a student from Jamaica flawlessly recites Shakespeare. Here at HP A, we extend, we commit, we flourish; we immerse. As I sit writing this passage soon to be forgotten in a flurry of athletic spreads that will cause our jaws to drop, school photographs that will force us to question our own appearance, and senior pages that will leave us wishing for more time, it occurs to me just how often I have been totally and completely astounded by this school and its populace. In this place where headmasters attend every sporting event, impassioned paddlers transform to delicate violinists, faculty members open their homes and hearts to students, and cultures, backgrounds, religions, and beliefs converge on a daily basis, there is simply no escaping the beautiful vortex that is this community. If I were to inflict you with the always cliche, and admittedly annoying, method of defining a word or theme to make a point, I would be able to tell you that the Internet’s most prestigious linguistic experts define immersion simply as, “deep mental involvement.” And, if I were to utilize this method (which clearly, I am not), I would also be able to explain to you that it is this state and depth of mental involvement that is so uniquely and supremely captured each and every day on this campus. Each day at HPA brings the opportunity to immerse whether it be at lunch on International Day, on opening night of Olympics, or in Dr. R ’s statistics class on a Tuesday. And that is simply the involved, passionate community that we, together, have built and fostered. The moments that have left me grinning uncontrollably are too many to count, and the amount of talent, dedication, and progression I have witnessed is beyond comprehension. We are a community in which each individual is encouraged and able to find his or her trigger

for deep mental involvement as we dive into the water, hike into the hills, chant with our classes, cheer on our peers, sing out in choir, recite our Shakespeare monologues, delve into our schoolwork, and immerse ourselves in a culture that allows us not only to experience the now but to look toward the future. To my seniors; there are no words. I simply do not possess the vocabulary nor the eloquence to communicate to you how truly and genuinely wonderful you are. You all, as a whole and as individuals, have managed to weave yourselves into the very fabric that is Hawaii Preparatory Academy, and I think I speak on behalf o f everyone in this community when I thank you for your spirit, your tact, and your passion. From here, we can only look

forward to May 22nd at 10:00 a.m. when we will immerse ourselves in a moment, cherishing the past but looking expectantly toward the future. For everything you have been and have achieved and for all that you will become and will accomplish, I am forever indebted to you and love you endlessly. And lastly, for the sake of habit, a joke: Question: How do you get straight A ’s? Answer: Use a ruler.

Fourth row, left to right: K osuke Shim am ura, Harry W right, K engo D upu is, Curtis M cM ackin, A dam K ennon, Cody Lam brecht, H id eyoshi A kai, Brittani B oora. Third row: Arati Clary, H anako Haitsuka, M elia C hobany, Erika H orton, Eliana Kaplan, Ka H yun Sarah K im , N o o r Sarwar. Second row: Ella K otner, Jessica Ainsjje, A lina Sabyr, Erina Baudat, Makena H ardw ick, Kirara K ozum a (Kiki). First row: D aniel G roves, Julia Perry, Sabrina M arvin, A va Jean Johnston,

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Nothing boasts immersion quite like this year's Student Council staff. Its members are found at every HPA event, occasionally with a clipboard in hand, cheering on fellow students with a grace and energy unlike any other. You can find them mingling at a formal dinner, getting excited during a flagpole competition, making pancakes at a Friday Lava Lounge, painting signs for an upcoming home game, or leading their class in Olympic cheers. Advised by Arati Clarry, HPA's Student Council has been spending the year taking the school to new heights. They brought assembly back to GPAC for the legendary Monday slideshows, instigated a "big-little" program of mentorship with the senior and freshman classes, worked closely with administration, and represented the voices of their class, to name a few things they’ve done. This year's Student Council felt their commitment to the school, and, in exchange, rose to the occasion of leadership and innovation. Vice President Hideyoshi Akai '15 explains, "The members [of student council] are all great leaders in their own right, and the passion of both advisor Arati Clary and president Eliana Kaplan is contagious.� Engaged and ready for work, this year's Student Council deserves a round of applause for all that they've accomplished.

In the classrooms, in the community, and in our hearts, the HPA Honor Committee is the moral backbone of campus. Promoting an environment of trust and righteousness in the HPA lifestyle, this group embodies exemplary HPA students who strive to keep the integrity of the school a major pillar of learning in our community. Determined to be the ambassadors of HPA's honor code, these students engage in honorable conduct in a way that makes them worthy of selection to the committee. The committee receives evidence of alleged Honor Code infractions and holds hearings to determine whether or not an offense has occurred. The procedures followed are intended to advocate truth systematically and establish consistency and fairness in all sectors of the HPA lifestyle. Sophomore Marin Young explained: "The mission of the honor committee is to make sure everyone gets treated fairly and that all students have the same opportunities during their time at HPA." The Honor Committee stands as an exemplary moral compass on the road to learning. Third row, left to right: Harry W right, D avy Ragland, N oa W alker, Tanner R iley. Second row: Marin Y oung, N icole L orenzo. First row: N oor Sarwar, Melia Chobany, Tania D u P on t, and Keanna Lundy.

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You walk into the library. Perhaps you are looking for that coveted book on the life Of Queen Liliuokalani for your Freshmen Foundations class or are scrambling to print out that AP Literature essay that you finished mere seconds before the deadline. You walk in. You are on a mission. Your hair is slightly disheveled, and your eyes are underlined by dark circles. But as you hustle into the library with deadlines, meetings, and projects hanging over your head, something stops you. A smile. A “how are you” and a warm offering of assistance. However, this isn’t a rare occurrence. You knew she would be there, for she is always there,

but somehow, your day gets brighter. Day in and day out, Mrs. Inman stands as a pillar of this HPA community, making papers flow more smoothly, finding books to be delved into more passionately, and impressing nothing but love and support on each person who enters her beloved library. So, this book is dedicated to you, Mrs. Inman. Though it may not fit into your Dewey Decibel System or be published by Random House, this one is for you. Having taught at HPA for ten years and having sent her two children through the HPA schooling system, Mrs. Inman has immersed herself in everything that our community is. As a mother to

two HPA alumni and as a second mother to dozens of current students and recent graduates, Mrs. Inman has solidified herself as a matriarch o f the HPA family. Mrs. Inman has acted as the librarian at both the lower and upper school campuses. During her time at the village campus, she implemented a student-focused system of categorizing books by using themed stickers as to introduce the youngsters to the wonders of reading and to simplify the book-finding system. It is, perhaps, in her very nature to do nothing but give to the community around her, offering help, advice, and support in any situation. A dean of the class of 2015, Mrs. Inman has established herself as an invaluable cog in the senior class machine and a truly extraordinary

facet of the HPA community. Selflessly humble and perpetually kind, she is not one to shine a light on herself nor take credit for the countless things that she does for the senior class, our school, and our community: she shows up on an Olympics-prep Saturday and offers up Dominoes pizza; she checks in on the well being of the members of the class of 2015; she is readily available to aid any student in the library realm and far beyond. And so, for everything she has given to us, we would like to dedicate this year’s yearbook to you, Mrs. Inman. Thank you for exemplifying what it means to be an entirely compassionate, immersed being, and we can only hope that this one finds a special place on your bookshelf.

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BARNES! Y ou’ll see him in a bright red shirt and cap on the grass bleachers at a home soccer game, proudly cheering each player on by name. Y ou’ll see him in the fourth row of GPAC at every performance of the fall musical, beaming from ear to ear at the stage’s shining stars. You’ll see him eagerly walking through the cafeteria at lunchtime, saying hello to faces new and old. You’ll see him walking his Irish Setter, Riley, around Anna’s Field after dinner on weekdays, the pair stopping together at scattered groups of boarders to chat. He is present, he is engaged, and he holds strong the foundation of this community. He is Mr. Lindsay Barnes, a beloved outgoing headmaster celebrating a

remarkable seven-year tenure at HP A, and he will certainly be missed as he moves forward. W hen people talk about HP A, they’ll often call attention to its remarkable international student body, its commitment to athletic greatness, or its upheld standards o f academic and collegiate excellence. Encompassed by a word, some will say, the school is “diverse,” or “challenging,” or “successful,” or “engaging.” Mr. Barnes knows all of these things to be true; however, when given the opportunity at any given Experience HPA event or Friday chapel, he describes the school, the community, and the people that make up its core with the warmest possible adjective: love. The word is a comfort to new parents as they drop off their kids as first-time

boarders in the dorms; the word is a reminder to 13-year HPA students as they cross the graduation stage in the gym in May. As Mr. Barnes has fulfilled his role as an administrator, he has also stepped into a role just as significant over the course of his time at HPA. He is not only our headmaster, but our firiend; he is not only a friendly wave from across the Taylor Commons, but a firm handshake and a supportive hug following an academic, athletic, or artistic triumph. He writes college recommendation letters for outgoing seniors; he opens his home to excited, hungry, and sometimes raucous students at evening Lava Lounges; he cheers on Flagpole Jeopardy teams as they win money for their charities

each week. Though he thinks the HPA community is best encompassed by ‘love,’ Mr. Barnes himself best fits the word’s many meanings. He is steadfast in his resolve to foster the best possible environment for students far and near, old and new, outgoing and introverted. He stands strong in upholding tenets of honesty, sportsmanship, civility, and honor that comprise the foundation o f the school. He is never shy a kind word or knowing smile. He doesn’t hesitate to throw on a leather vest and a microphone after an Olympics talent show in GPAC. Mr. Barnes, just like HPA, is “challenging," “engaging,” and “successful,” but he is also love, and he is loved, and will be remembered fondly in the hearts of the HPA 'ohana.

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Waimea, Hawaii Energy Lab | Student Council | Theater 13 Years at HPA Mom and Dad: Thanks for letting me run in ten different directions at once. I can't image better parents than you two. Thank you for letting me passionate and for always being the rock I need in life. I know that if I do anything right in life it’s because of what you’ve taught me over the years. I'm running out of synonyms for thank you but the gist of it is that you guys are rockstars in my eyes. I love you! Hunt: Where do I begin? You’re the best brother I could ever imagine having. If they had awards you would run out of wall space. Thanks for not ignoring your dorky little sister all these years. I’m so lucky I grew up with my best friend at my side and I know great guys exist because you are one. Never stop being your adventurous self and know that you’ll always find a number one fan in your sister. Love you Hunt. Gabby: Thanks for humoring all my ideas even if they were just flatout wrong. All I know is that I’m so happy you trusted me and came to HPA. I never thought I would say this b u t... darling you’re too good for Troy Bolton. (If it wasn't for you I would have never been introduced to Friends and for that I'm eternally grateful). Dani: You’re the older sister I never had. High school wouldn't have been nearly as much fun without you by my side. Thank you for taking care o f me even when I was too stubborn to admit that I needed it. Love you D-Graing.

J a r Jar: My little baby! I ’m so proud of the girl you’ve become. You deserve nothing but the best in life. Enjoy the rest of your time at HPA because it doesn't last forever. Most importantly, muchas graeias for the Aka sushi.

PGC Crew: The dream team. Thanks for all the late night tea at the Energy Lab. We rocked Holland's world and I wouldn't have wanted to do it with anyone else. Change de werld 1 day adda thyme. Connor & Eliana: 13 years. Wow... how have we not killed each other yet? I can’t image my life without you both. Remember, no matter how successful you are in life in my mind you’ll always be the boy talking in the back of class and the girl rocking the gauchos. Love you guys. HPA Community: I grew up in HPA P.E. t-shirts, 100th days of school celebrations, ice cream sales, Ms. Taylor's art class, late night Olympics prep, flagpoles, x-blocks, night rehearsals and the perfect combination of studying and fun (but mostly fun). Thank you to all the teachers that made me a better student, but most importantly thank you all for making HPA my home.

"Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit; wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad" -Miles K ington



Tokyo, Japan Basketball | Cross Country | Dorm Prefect | Student Council Akai’s: You guys are my motivation, courage, relief, effort, creativity, excellence, past, present, future, love and true family members. Victor: You are my oldest, and one of my closest friends. I love your random pictures,videos, nicknames, and everything else. Keep attacking the rim, Kobe. Keisuke: I’m so proud that we ran four years together. It’s Yoda timeee. Iru!! Eiji : You are one crazy man. Keep the boarding lounge clean please. Rose takes a hit, still makes and one baby. Yates: You make some BIG MOVES, and that is so, and I agree. Green-light all day. Wayne Lin: You are such an artistic kid. Keep perfecting your body. JJ: Thank you for all the advice when I had girl problems. I’m going to miss our pasta/curry sesh. Juse: I improved the most playing one-on-one with you. Remember, no baseline, two hands close out. Erina Baudat: You were always there for me. You are one dedicated, inspirational, and kind person, and I respect you a lot for it. You are my life-long friend, and that is undeniable. Nicky Palleschi: Maybe one day, you will be able to score a basket on me, but until that day comes, keep working hard. W e’ve been through a lot together, but I can proudly call you my true brother. Good luck playing college football. Stay tough, I mean, mentally. Abe: You are just so tall and amazing. Everything we told you in choir class is true. Use the phrases when you visit us in Japan okay? XC Boys: Thank god I’m done with buses. Basketball Boys: You reach, I teach. Keep watching Nash’s highlights. Coaches, my teachers, and Piercy’s: I won’t be able to give you guys back what I received from you all within my lifetime. I believe my job now is to share what I learned with others. I promise to be the change I wish to see in the community. Kalan Camero: You are my role model, as a basketball player and as a person. SunHo, Hiroki, Steven, Daniel Han, Panda, Jake Lai, Cody, Brian, Cheychey, Musashi, and Jovan: Love you guys. Alohi, Sabrina, Teia, Nana, Kanoa, Connor, and everyone else: You guys make my day. Amanda Smart: The past year with you has been the best time of my life. Regardless of what happens or will happen between us, I still appreciate you for all the memories we share. Keep smiling and stay vertical. #yeabubs? #mybackitches

"Did you get better today?" -Fred W aw ner



Barcelona, Spain Adventure Club | Cross Country | Gaming Club | Habitat For Humanity | Save The Tears | Soccer | Spanish Club | Volleyball Mom & Dad: Thank you for all of your support and for giving me the opportunity to study in a different country to build a better future. I’ll never forget the advice that you gave me. I appreciate everything you did for me. Keisuke Anzai: Thank you for being a great friend and for teaching me how to dance! You’re the best dancer I’ve ever seen! Mr. Diaz: Muchacho! Muchas gracias for everything you did for me and for being a great cross country coach! I ’ll miss having a teacher like you in college! Olivia Beckham: Olive!! You are the best friend that anyone would ever want! You’re always there when I needed someone. I thank you for all of the good times we spent together. HPA Community: Thank you for being my home for the past couple years.

“Things are what they are, and whatever will be, will be” -Jonas Jonasson



Kona, Hawaii Lacrosse | Swimming Mom: We made it! And we did this together. With all your love and support, I am truly the luckiest boy in the world. You are the greatest blessing in my life, and nothing in this world could show my gratitude. Through all the nights of singing me lullabies, to dealing with me when I'm hungry, cheering me on at all my swim meets, and being with me through all my over dramatic moments. When I grow up and have ten kids and name all of them Jacob, we will all hug you and tell you “ I love you,” but no one in this world will love you more than I do. I love you with all my heart and soul, and from the bottom of my heart thank you for making me who I am today. Mariah: Mariah!!! You are the best younger sister any older brother could ever ask for. You are perfect in ways you don’t even know. Its crazy growing up, it really is, and I'm sorry I wont be next to you, but I will always be there for you. You are an amazing person and you will have some of the greatest times in high school. Never doubt yourself, and always do what you believe in. I love you so much, and a dedication in a yearbook could never sum up what I could say. Mark Noetzel: I look up to you in ways that I’ve never told you, and ways a "thank you" could never satisfy. You have influenced me in so many aspects. I am very privileged to not only call you my coach, but my friend. Cheering me up after a race I false started, or cooling me down after a race I just lost, I will miss the get out swims, kick sets that I never finish, and I will always pass the legacy of the muffin joke. Boahz: Luke: You are a boah. Joshy: You are a true Boah. Cody: May the gains be with us both. D.J.: Let's go to France to see the real Eiffel Tower. Nile: We are the brothers from another mother. Schulz: You will be forever Riggins. Nick: You are going places. Don’t forget the old friends. Connor: Surf pumps, Hilton grounds, WHYYY, and good vibes, you are one of a kind.

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Meguro | Tokyo, Japan Art | Cross Country | Dance | Dorm Rep | Prefect | Soccer Anzai's: Wow! I’m graduating from high school. Thank you for always being there for me. You guys are very unique people and I am super proud to be part of the family! I love you all. Julie-chan: I miss you in Japan. Hope to see you in Toronto. Mama Mikko & Papa Yuki: I don’t know how much love you guys gave me. I couldn’t thank you enough for being my amazing second parents. I hope to see you more often when I go back home!!! Also, thanks. Oji-chan For being an amazing grandpa. I hope to hear your ancient story again. I will see all of you soon. Thank you for everything. Nene family & Inoue family: You guys are wonderful people! 1 will never forget the great time we had together. I cannot imagine life without you folks. W e will definitely have more dinners next summer. Be ready. Thank you all for everything you have done for the family. I love you all. Also I love Uncle Kaji. This summer let's go to Kyoto together indeed. Hide: True Cross Country buddy. Eiji: Baby, baby, baby oooh. Victor: Nani? Chingo eat? Wayne: Wayne! Why are you so big? JJ: Mr. W hite’s BEST friend. Colin: Nasubi iru? Kanoa: Remember the light bulb that we used to play with Frank? Our magical power is real. Isaiah: Icy hot buddy. You got hot feet! Kamalei: Aaahhhhhh! Haunui & Frank: I miss you guys. Hope to see you again!! Dandan(Matsuda-san): UmaKin-niku!!!!! Scott, Hope, Luigi, Lexi, Nicole: You all are super sassy and fight too much, but I miss that. Although our struggle was REAL, each of your smiles made my day, Alohi: Sorry for hiding your crocs. Taru: 2021! I think we need to go see the “lights” again. Taitai: Never trip since I wear your sweater. Robertson / Perry Fisk: Thank you for being my family. We did everything together, and we had so many laughs and fun times. I remember being in the Commons more than being in my room. Thank you so much and I love you all. You’ve all made an impact on my life.

“Chacha la Vista -Richard Braithwaite ”


AUSTIN Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Lacrosse | Paddling | Violin Mom and Dad: All I can say is thank you for everything. I couldn’t have done this without you guys. You’ve always had my back no matter what the situation is, and I ’ve always been able to count on both of you for support through the thick and thin. I love you both more than anything, and I feel truly feel so lucky to have you as my parents. Tien: Although you might have to look up to me physically, I will always look up to you as my older sister. You’re out in the real world now, and that might be pretty scary but I know you can handle. Keep it real. The Boys: There’s no other crew o f friends that I would rather be a part of than all o f you, and you know who you are. After this we’re all going somewhere new, but SFG forever. Stay sweet. HPA Community: Thank you for providing such a stable base to build my educational career off of. I feel incredibly blessed that I was able to have the opportunity to experience high school here with the exceptional staff and teaching faculty.

"It is not down in any map; true places never are" -Herman Melville



Waimea, Hawaii Kempo-Karate | Rugby | Softball | Volleyball Mom: Thank you for always pushing me to do my best and being there by my side. You mean the world to me. You’re not just my mom, you’re also my best friend. I appreciate everything you and pops have done for me. Pops: I know I don’t show that I appreciate the things you do, but know that I do, and that I love you and mom very much. Thank you so much for working your butt off in that blazing hot sun and having two jobs just so I could go to HPA. I love both of you guys. Thanks for supporting me in everything and believing in me. Grandma and Grandpa: You guys mean the world to me. You guys are my inspiration. I know you guys are having a hard time in life, but I’m truly thankful for you guys helping my parents out to pay for my school. Love you guys with all my heart. Nestor and Kerston: You guys are the best two older brothers I could ever ask for. I love you guys dearly (even though we argue at times) Thanks for pushing me to reach my goals! Anna: I love you so much. Thank you for being my Hawaiian sister. I can’t believe we went to pre-school, middle school and high school together. I can’t believe we’re graduating together. Monica and Anela: Thanks for putting up with me every year. I don’t know what I would do without you guys. I would just like to say thank you guys for always being by my side and being my sisters.

“Let go of what you can’t control” -Unknown

Tokyo, Japan | Lausanne, Switzerland Basketball | Dorm Prefect | Dorm Rep | Energy Lab Mom and Dad: I am constantly reminded of the blessings I have that you two have given me. Thank you so much for patiently guiding me through each obstacle I face. You two have sacrificed countless things for me to become the person I am today. It’s certainly difficult living away from home, but with the knowledge and experiences you taught me I am able to accomplish things I thought I could have never done. I am so grateful to have such great parents who are constantly beside me, even if it’s through a phone or a computer screen. Itsumo hontouni arigatou. Korekaramo yoroshiku onegaishimasu! Daisuki dayo! Alaina: I don't know what I will do without you next year. You are just a ball of sunshine that never fails to brighten up people’s days (especially mine). Thank you for always being there to make me happy. D on’t forget to “pineapple” in college yeah? I love you! Melia and Marinna: Thank you for keeping me on track and allowing me to have fun when I was stressed out. I am beyond happy having been able to meet the two of you. Lets have our quartet reunion soon! Hide: #BFF #uncleG. I’ll miss you and our bro-seshs! Thank you for always being there for me no matter what! Olivia: I’m so glad to have you as my neighbor this year! Thank you for putting up with me, and making all my frowns into a smile! The Amazing Juniors: Jess, I’m so glad you were there for me when I was going through tough days. I appreciate all the yummy Korean food and smiles you gave me to cheer me up! Hana, so much love for you and your ohana for always making me feel at home! Don’t stress out too much next year! Kotaro, even though you’re not the happiest person all the time, itsumo warawasete kurete arigatou! Nana, you’re the cutest person in the world, and I’ll miss my go-to person to brighten up my day. Stay wonderful! I love you!! Kenji: Thank you for making me smile everyday. I miss you! Tokyo Friends: Yuki, thank you for being my buddy since our immature middle school days! Kondo Tokyo modottara ippai asoboune! Daisuki! Kanna, I’m glad we’ve managed to keep in touch even though we’re all the way across the sea. I miss you, and I’ll see you soon! Dr. Bill: Thank you for giving me countless opportunities and plentiful insights into my future! Inaba Sensei: My Hawaii Okaasan, san nennkan osewani narimashita! Daisukidesu!



Seward, Alaska Swimming | Water Polo Mom and Dad: You guys mean the world to me. You have helped me to grow and flourish into the person I am today. If I didn't have you, I wouldn’t be me. You guys have been with me every step of the way and I am so thankful that God blessed me with such amazing people for parents. I truly couldn’t have done this without you. Thank you for allowing me to go to HPA and have the experience of a lifetime. Thank you for all that you have done for me. These years have flown by and I am so glad it was with you. You have always pushed me to be the best that I can be. I wouldn’t have accomplished what I have without you. I love you guys WAY! Alaina: Oh girl! Thank you so much for making my senior year as amazing. Our crazy laughs and heart-tohearts were nothing short of everything we needed! You were there when I needed you and were more of a friend than I could ever ask for. I couldn’t have made it without you! See ya on the flip side! I love you! Erina: My Japanese sister! I am going to miss your quirky, spontaneous silliness! W e had so much fun this year. I couldn’t imagine this year without you! You kept me grounded and allowed me to see things in a different way. I am going to miss you so incredibly much and I hope to see you in Cali! Love ya lots! Pau: My Spanish brother! Don’t forget me. I love you so much! I am so happy that we are close! W e arrived at the same time and have been close ever since. I will miss you so incredibly much when we depart HPA! Please, please, stay in touch and don’t forget me! Mrs. D: My favorite purple lover! You have done so much for me this year and flawlessly guided me through my academic year. I am so happy I got the best advisor! I will miss your amazingly funny math jokes and your wonderful life advice! Oh and all o f the advisory! Thank you for all you have done for me, I will surely miss you!!!! Love you! Taylor and Ging: My favorite Carter girls. I am so happy I got to share so many adventures with you guys! I will miss you so much and I hope to see you again some day! Love you! My People: You all know who you are! I love you guys and I will miss you so incredibly much. Thank you for all the good times and the laughter filled nights! Wish you all the best!

"If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water" _ -Loren Eiseley



Oakland, California Red Cross | Save the Tears | Volleyball Friends and Family: Thanks for a great four years in high school.

"I'm just glad I can m ake a difference in som eone's life" -Tommy Chong isSj

Aberdeen, Washington Executive Treasurer | Habitat for Humanity | Soccer | Turtle Tagging | Waterpolo Mom and Dad: Thank you for loving me, supporting me, giving me life, and for being the best parents that a kid could ever ask for. Words cannot express how much you mean to me. I love you with all o f my heart. Nugget: Even though I don’t always show it, please know that I love you with all of my heart. Family: I couldn’t ask for a better group o f supportive, loving, and all around amazing people than you guys. Thank you for being you. I love you all. The Carkners: Although you are not family by blood, I still consider you to be. Thanks for providing me with unforgettable memories and lots of laughs. I love you guys. Christina: You are and will always be my best friend. Thank you for understanding me better than anyone else. I love you. Lauren, Ella, Lana, Alua, Alina, Rowan: Even though I only met you all two years ago I feel like I have known you my whole life. It will be weird not seeing you guys everyday, but I know that no matter where we end up we will always stay in touch. I love you all. Friends at Home: We have made so many memories over the past years and they are ones that I will never forget. I’m sorry that I’m not graduating with you guys and I hope you can forgive me for that. I love you guys so very much and I can’t wait to come home and see you!

“Be who you are anc say what you feel, because those who m ind d o n ’t matter an those who matter dor m in d ”



Waiki'i, Hawaii Swimming | Theater | Water Polo Water Polo team and Coaches: This team has nurtured me and supported me the past four years. It has given me something to look forward to from day one of a school year, and it has given me a drive to touch the wall after every swimming lap, knowing that it will pay off when water polo comes along. Mr. McKenna: You have gone above and beyond in being not only a coach, but also a mentor. I know you’ll always have my back, thank you coach for always believing in me. Harmony: You are the most “there” person I’ve ever met; when my family needed help on the farm, you were in overalls jumping on the lawn mower, when I needed to get out of house so I didn’t explode, you were picking me up and we were eating acai bowls in Kona. In the words of the Prettiest Woman, “We think you got a lot of potential... D on’t let anybody tell you different, ok?” I love you Harmony, thank you for four years of thereness. Teelin and Gabby: To my most committed chauffer’s (although everyone on this list should really get a nod for that one #harmonyisastrongsecond). Thank you for your comfy cars and riveting conversations, and years of friendship and fun. You two radiate happiness, I love you both dearly. Ari and Vera: Vera, our synchronized lives mean we have a responsibility to one another, if my life gets terrible, I’m calling you up because I know your life will be just as bad and then we can both go to master Ari who will interpret our dreams and problems and make it better. M om and Dad: You two are the greatest cheerleaders anyone could ask for. You have never doubted me, never told me my dreams were unreachable. Mom, I am so proud of you and I am proud to be your daughter. Jazzy: You are my everything and I’ll miss you the mostest. Thank you for an all encompassing, never-ending love, the kind that overflows out of every pore. I love you so much; you are my hero, my guardian, and best of all, my sister. Kainoa: It’s been lovely having you and your beautiful family in my life these last two years. I’m so proud of you, good luck being a dad! Grace: You little weirdo, I love you. Try not to go crazy being an only child, and be nice to Mom! You are outrageously funny and unbelievably talented; don’t ever loose your wild, bright spirit.

“And then heart with pleasure fills and dances with the daffodils” -William W ordsw orth 27®



Lake Tahoe | Reno, Nevada President of Project Beautiful | Track | Volleyball Momma: You are my role model and best friend. You support me with every decision I make, and I love you for that. Thank you so much for raising me into the strong woman I am now. I hope that one day I am as strong as you. You have sacrificed everything to make Connor and I happy, and for that I love you even more. I loa hue BTTSW. Daddio: You will always make my day with one of your hilarious quotes or words of wisdom. Words can’t explain how much I love you and your ways. I will always be your little girl. Connor: You are my rock. You bring me down to earth when I’m up in the clouds. You are so kind and gentle. You have taught me how strong one person can be. You have taught me how to be the best person I can be. I ’m proud to call you my brother. I love you so much. Rest of the Family: I love every single one of you way too much. We can be a little weird at times but I wouldn’t trade you guys for anything. Erina: You are my sunshine on a cloudy day. You always calm me down when I’m out of control. Y ou’re going places in life and I’m so blessed to have you as my best friend. I’m going to miss you so much in the next couple o f years but I know that we will find each other in the future. Keep your head up during tough times. I know how strong you are. You can get through anything. “Did you have a good weekend?” Olivia and Makena: My two Alaskan girls! I love you both so much. Olivia, I didn’t get to know you until this year and I’m so glad I did. Makena, we have been through thick and thin together and we will ALWAYS find a way back to each other. Nana, Melia, Allie: You three girls are younger than me but so much wiser. Please just remember to never change for anyone. I will miss you guys so much next year. Have a great senior year! Schulman, Michael, Bodie, Christian: My high school career would’ve been so boring without you guys. I love you guys! Melia, Marinna, Briana: I look up to you three so much. You have made my high school years unforgettable even though you haven’t been here all the years. I love you guys so much that words cannot describe it.

“Create your own path in life rather than walking down one that’s already been made” -Connor Bradley © 2S

Kawaihae, Hawaii Basketball | Track | Volleyball Mom and Dad: Thank you for supporting me and teaching me valuable life lessons. I may forget to tell you guys how grateful I am and I regret not showing my appreciation more often. Thank you for pushing me to do my best in school and sports. Shane: Thanks for looking out for me. I miss all those daily scrap battles and name calling that we used to have. Til always have your back. Grandma and Grandpa: Thank you for always being there even when I said you didn’t have to. I love you guys a lot. Homies (Kaliko, Tehani, Joli, Mai, Anna, Keola, Courtney): Thanks for making everyday an adventure and every moment a fun one.



Bali | Tahiti | Hawaii Swimming | Waterpolo Maman: My best M ead since day one, seventeen years later and nothing has changed. You have been there for me every step of the way; the ups and downs. I cant even begin to explain how grateful I am to have you as my mom. I love you with all my heart and I promise to call at least once a week when I’m off to college. Papa: I will be your ‘ms. brown’ forever. Thank you dad for countless amazing experiences that you gave me and an unforgettable seventeen years of my childhood. I thankful for all that you have done for me. I hope I can make you proud. I love you. Both of you: Thank you for being the most amazing parents anyone could ever ask for and giving me the unforgettable lifestyle along with the opportunities of travel. Every step of the way you were there by my side. I hope to make both of you proud in the future. You won't have a single thing to worry about. Not the best, but hard to beat. Your little baby is now graduating! Jake: Thank you for bringing so much happiness into my life. I admire so much about you. You truly are an amazing person and I am so grateful to have you in my life. Thank you for all the unforgettable memories. I know you will do amazing things in this world. Kyra, Anna, Mei, Dominik and Sam: You guy are the best. Second grade until now (except Kyra). W e’ve come so far. I have so much love and appreciation for each and every one of you. This world is lucky to have you. Try not to forget about me plz & thx. Friends (you know who you are): Its be a solid four years of Mendship, but its felt like a lifetime. You all will have a special place in my heart. Wherever you go, they are more then lucky to have you. I cant wait for the many more adventures forever on! Best of luck! Love!

“When you do something noble and beautiful and nobody noticed, do not be sad. For the sun every morning is a beautiful spectacle and yet most o f the audience still sleeps” -John Lennon

Kohala, Hawaii Cross Country | Track Family-Mom and Dad: I can’t put into words how grateful I am for everything you have done for me over the years. Even though I don’t often tell you that I love you, know that I do and I wouldn’t be the person I am without the opportunities you have provided. Mo and Mitch: Don’t grow up too fast and save room for some cake. Friends-Kaliko: I’m rather upset that we don’t have any pictures together considering how long we’ve been telling each other terrible puns. I can’t imagine these past few years without you in them. M ai and Tehani: It seems like w e’ve been laughing together for way more than four years and I’m going to miss that. McCafferty and Davy: Thanks for putting up with me and everything else w e’ve been through. Mason: Like actually. Caylin: D on’t doubt yourself because you’re so much more capable than you think. Nana: Our conversations about the universe and multitudes of laughs have kept me relatively sane. Everyone: I’ll make sure to remember the moments that matter. Y ou’re all wonderful and I can’t wait to see where all o f our adventures take each of us.



Fayetteville, Georgia Mom and Dad: No words can express the amount of love I-have for the both of you. You both have not only shaped me into the person I am today, but without your love and support, I would have never been able to make this decision in my life to leave home a year early before going off to college. I want you guys to know how thankful I am (even when I didn’t show it) for everything you have done for not only me, but for all o f the family. The six of us wouldn’t have been able to go after our dreams if it weren’t for the love, encouragement, and warmth you both have given us all the days o f our lives. I am so incredibly blessed to be your daughter, and thank you both for putting up with me for the past eighteen years. Mike, Col, and Pat: Thanks for being the best three protective older brothers a teenage girl could ask for. You guys have shaped me in more ways than you know, and I couldn't ask for three better older brothers to look up to. Jules: You are the reason I am the person I am today. I've looked up to you since day one, and no matter what, that will never change. You are simply amazing at being you, and I’m proud to be able to call you my older sister. Joey: I know you miss me driving you crazy in our car rides to Woodward every day with my awful driving but don't worry, we have our whole lives for my bad driving. Thanks for always sneaking out of the house with me at 2AM for Taco Bell and always cuddling when I needed it. You're the best Joe. Matalyn and Luz: I'm gonna keep this one short and sweet. I couldn't have made it through these past few years without you two. Thank you for sticking by my side through everything, even when I probably didn’t deserve it. I am beyond thankful for our endless jeep rides, golf cart rides, nights in my basement, Woodward bus rides, tree house adventures. Sage... I could go on forever but to sum it all up I'm so excited to see what the future holds for all of us. (Linda, Betty, and Trish).

"Live, travel, adventure, bless, and don't be sorry" -Jack Kerouac @ 52



Hilo, Hawaii Soccer | Track Mom: You’ve been pulling double duty since day one, and I can't thank you enough. You’ve always believed in me, and you don’t know how much that means to me. Thank you for all the support anyone could ever need. I love you so much! Thank you for being the person you are.

Nana: Thank you for always being there for me. You always see the best in me. I can't thank you enough. You’ve given me so many opportunities, I lost count. Thanks for being the best grandma anyone could ask for. I love you.

Kadey: I know we’ve had our problems and we don’t always see eye to eye, but you’ve always been there for me through thick and thin. I can't thank you enough. I love you to the moon and back.

Emma: What can I say, you give me so much happiness. I love you little sis.

Friends: I couldn’t list all o f you because my list would be way to long. Thank you so much for all our good times. Hope we have many more amazing times.

“God gives his hardest battles to his strongest soldiers -Unknown



Taipei, Taiwan Art | International Club | Theater | Water Club Vice President Being a high school student in America is over... and now I am going to graduate.. .wow! I never imagined that before. Thinking back on my 16th birthday, the last time I celebrated it with my family, the most important point wasn’t how big the cake was or how many presents I got. The most important moment was “the wish I made." Actually, I think it was the only WISH that came true in my life. I wished that I could fly, that I can have magic etc... however on my 16th birthday, I wished, “I wish I can come to United States and study” That's A WISH? Oh yeah! I made that wish and it came true. Sitting in front of this screen and thinking back on these three years of having an American education, I have to say “It’s Fabulous, Glamorous, and Awesome!!” The most important thing I learned from here is “be true and trust yourself.” Everyone is bom the best, so live for yourself and be different. You are the main character in your life. Be spontaneous and life will be more beautiful than it is now. Mom and Dad: Thanks for making everything happen for me. My life has worth because of you two. Stay healthy and be proud. Sisters: Both of my LOVELY and MOST BEAUTIFUL sisters, thanks for supporting me no matter what decisions I made. You guys are the BEST siblings in the world!! Oscar Kuo: “A hedge between keeps friendship green.” This is what you said to me. Knowing you more than six years, wow!! I-still remember the first time I saw you at- ’ summer school here at HPA in 2008! Thanks for taking me into this huge family. Rei Fujita: I promised that I will write to you!! My BFF at HPA, no matter where we are, every time we meet I will STILL remember our “Hand Shake,” alright?! M ualol HPA Big Family: Transferring to HPA was the best decision I have ever made. It is a big family that's full of love. I can’t imagine how much I will miss you all whenever I flip through every one of you. #best class #best place #best class of 2015.

“You can get it if you really want, but you must try, try, and try, you’ll succeed at last>} -Sebastian _ (The Little Mermaid) S i 34

Seoul, South Korea Art Academy Award HPA Art Club President International Club | Japan Club Mom: Thank you for sending me to this school and being there for me through difficulties. I always, always love you the most! Andrew and Daniel: You guys are great brothers. Going through all the fights and talks and fun with you guys, I grew up and learnt so much from you. I love you both. I’m always proud of you guys. Isaac: The other Cheychey! Without you, my high school life would have been much more difficult. I ’m really grateful to have you who I could lean on whenever throughout the three years. Thank you for being such a caring and securing (?) cousin. I love you! Tina, Rei, Sarah, Chloe, and Emily: You guys made a huge part of my high school life. It was a great four years I spent with you. I love you all and keep in touch! I’ll be looking forward to seeing you guys even after we graduate. Erina, Claire, and all the Korean unni: I know how much struggle you guys had to go through dealing with this binggu kid. Thank you all for all the fun and help you gave me. Jessica, Taehyun, Kevin, Jin, June, Bruce, and Johnny: Good luck to you all my little favorite Koreans! I will see you guys in Korea. Leslie and Kieu-Giang: I wish we met earlier! You guys are such precious friends. Good luck to all of you guys. I love you, my Asian sisters. Jake, Keisuke, Calvin, Eiji, Victor, Wayne, Jackie, and Michael: Thanks for all the fun times. I ’ll never forget any of you guys. Keep in touch! Mr. Hayslip and Ms. Martin: Thank you Mr. Hayslip for being a great teacher to this careless student for three whole years. Also, thank you Ms.Martin for being the best advisor I could have ever had. I’m sorry about all the troubles and demerits! I will never forget how much you both did for me. All the others: 1 can’t mention all the people who I am really thankful for. Thank you all for being there for me through thick and thin during high school years.




Hilo, Hawaii Football | Track | Weights Mom and Dad: Thank you for sacrificing so much to let me have the best education possible. I cannot thank you enough for what you guys do. You are the coolest parents ever. Thank you for all your trust, support, and love. I’m so blessed to have parents who love me as much as you guys do. I promise to take advantage of the privileges you guys have given to me. Melia: Thank you for being a great sister and always listening no matter how crazy the stuff I say sounds. You are the best sister I could ever have asked for. I would not be where I am today without the three of you. Thank you, and I love you. Boyz: It’s been a good four years. Thank you all for having my back through all the ups and downs. I ’m proud to have gone into battle with you. Even if the scoreboard said different, we always won because we knew we played as hard as we could have. Love you guys. Ohana: There are way too many people to thank. All the middle school boarders, thank you for being like brothers to me. Piercy's: Thank you for being my second parents. Mrs. Sebastian: Thank you for being a great advisor and helping me anytime I needed guidance. Isaiah Kramer, Pomai, Koa, Isaiah Kamaka, and Caleb: Thank you for making everyday enjoyable. You guys never fail to make me laugh. Joey Kailimai: I want to thank you and your father for helping me out so much with hurdles and my speed. Dorm parents: Thanks for keeping me in lin e... most of the time. Taru: Thank you for being there when I needed you most. Panda: Thank you for everything else.

“You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have" -Bob Marley



Hilo, Hawaii Cross Country | Soccer | Student Ambassador | Track | Water Polo Mom and Dad: Thank you for everything you’ve done for me. I love you both so much and I am so grateful for all the opportunities that you have provided me throughout the years. Grandarents: Thank you for putting me through school and always staying by my side! I love you both! Tori: You were the best roommate I ever had. I know you might never see this, but I just want you to know that I love you and thank you for being my best friend and sister. I could go on and on forever about everything you've done for me, but just know that no matter what, I'll always be there for you. Kyle and Brendon: You guys are my best friends. I don’t know what I would do without either of you. Thank you for everything. Adam and Caleb: You guys make my day everyday and I'm so grateful that you are my friends. I love you both so much and I hope that we stay in touch wherever we end up. Taylor: Thank you so much for everything. You've been such a great friend to me and I'm going to miss you so much. Thank you for everything you've done and I hope that college treats you right. Megan and Kaliko: Hey so you guys are wonderful wonderful people and I thank you so so much for everything you both have done to make high school amazing. I love you both so much. Jacob: Hey you, we made it. Good luck in life! Kaui and Alayna: Thanks for all the amazing laughs in high jump! I’m going to miss you both so much. Kick butt in states next year! Soccer Girls: Thanks for all the great seasons you all are wonderful! Class of 2015: You are all amazing. Good luck in college and live plentiful Jives. See you somewhere in thr future.

"What is the point o f living if you don't at least try to do som ething remarkable" -John G reen

Kona, Hawaii Adventure Club | Cross Country Mom, Grandma Lois, Dad, and Leilani: Thank you for always supporting me, keeping my best interests close to heart, teaching me everything under the sun, and above all else, keeping me safe in your magic circle. Thank you for pushing me to strive in all aspects in my life and keeping me balanced. I couldn’t dream of a better village to be raised by. I love you all endlessly. Savannah: She doesn’t even go here! But that doesn’t matter. Thanks for keeping me sane and making sure I eat breakfast. I can’t remember meeting you and can’t imagine forgetting you because you and me, we’re like jazz. I'm so excited to watch our futures unfold collectively, there’s no one I’d rather go grocery shopping with in forty years. Tori: Where would I be without you! Who would open my pickle jars? W e’ve done so much together and I wouldn’t have wanted to do any o f it with anyone else. I'm so honored to be a part of your family and so thankful for all they have done for me. Thank you for always being there for me and abiding by Mindy Kaling’s Best Friend Rules. The last four years are just the beginning of something big. Leila: Thanks for being the best (and only) roommate I’ve ever had, for always finding my phone every time I lost it somewhere in our room, and for voicing all my unsaid non-PC thoughts. Nothing beats our adventures and I'm sure as heck there are more to come. Vera: Lyfe’s weird man and it only gets weirder from here. Thanks for laughing off the best and worst o f it all with me, being my go-to body modifier, and never breaking my car rules. I’d be goo without you and you’d probably be goo without me too. Harmony: Two things I can say for certain: w e’ve both shaped each other by radical proportions and I'm incredibly glad I spotted you and your rainbow shirt at the Met. Thank you for proof reading my papers and thank you for being somewhere I can always come home to. Nana: The best moments are when w e’re driving down empty highways with nowhere to go. I hope those days have taught you to embrace the unexpected adventure. Always remember, sooner or later we’U be back on that road. Mrs. Kamrow, Mr. Braithwaite, Dr. Bill: Your faith in my work, my abilities, and my future is a large part of why I am where I am today. Thank you all for propelling me forward and making me think twice.

“Yd rather be a lightning rod than a seismograph ”



Waimea | Kona, Hawaii Football Manager | Hawaiian Club President | Student Ambassador | Wrestling Manager Mom: If I were to thank you for everything you have done for me it would take my whole lifetime and more. You’re my rock, my voice of reason and most importantly my Superwoman. You’re the best mom that I could ever imagine and I hope to be at least half as amazing and strong as you are. Your selflessness and compassion inspire me all the time. You don’t know how truly incredible you are. You’re my best friend. I would not be where I am today and I will not go the places that I will without you. I love you more than you will ever know. Dad: I know that you’re not physically here, but thank you for always watching over me. There’s not a day that goes by that I don’t think about and miss you. I will always be your little girl. I love you with all my heart. Puna and Gramps: Without you two I wouldn’t be half the person that I am today. Thank you for your continuous and unconditional love and support. You have always been my number one fans and have always supported me. I will be forever grateful to have such amazing role models in my life. I love you so much. M y Family: Thank you so much for all the love and support you have shown me since day one. I would not be where I am today without all of you. I love every single one of you and I am forever grateful to have you in my life. I promise to always remember where I came from and I hope to always make you proud. My Friends: Without all of you I wouldn’t be half the person I am today. Thank you all for your love and support. I will always remember the memories, laughs and love that we have shared. Courtney: Thank you for all the laughs and adventures. W herever life takes us I will always be here for you. Noe: Thank you for always supporting and being there for me. You’ll always be my true sister. Isaiah and Kamalei: You two are like my brothers. High school would’ve been nothing without you and thank you for everything. Lome, Allie. Kenz, Loke and Alohikea: Have an amazing rest of high school. Live it up and always remember to stay true to yourself. I love all of you.

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Waimea, Hawaii Cross Country | Red Cross | Track Mom and Dad: I can't even begin to describe how thankful I am to both of you. W ithout complaining, you both work on a daily basis to help send three kids to private school and now college. You two are the strongest and most kind-hearted people that I have ever met. You have been there for me through the good times, the bad times, and all the times in between. Thank you for making me laugh twenty-four seven. Thank you for inspiring me to be the best person that I can be. But most importantly, thank you for being the best parents anyone could ever ask for. I can't even begin to picture a day without being able to see both of you. I love you, Mom and Dad, more than you know. Alex: You have always been there for me whether you’re 3,000 miles away, or just a step away. And I know that will never change. Thank you for always being someone I could look up to and find inspiration from. Life, for us, has just begun and I can’t wait to see where we will end up in the future. You are beautiful, inside and out, and don’t ever change that. I love you with all my heart. Walt: I have so many things to say to you, but I'll start with this. I really miss you being here. You always know how to make me laugh, and always checked to see if I was ok. From recreating movies, to watching them, I will never forget the hilarious memories that we got to share these past 17 years. I can’t wait to see what great things you are going to be doing in the future. Thanks for not only being the best older brother, but for being my best friend. I love you so much Waltie. Friends: You guys have been there for me through the ups and downs and I can't thank you guys enough. You are all such wonderful and dynamic people and I couldn't have asked for a better group friends. Thanks for . everything and I hope we can all meet again in the future.

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“I ’m a peacock, you gotta let me fly” -Mark W ahlberg



Murrieta, California Football | Hawaiian Club | Prefect Dad and Mom: I can live without my iPhone, I can live without Facebook. I can live without my Xbox. I can live without my favorite food, but I can never live without the love of parents. Thank you mom and dad, you mean the world to me. Sisters Lexi and Kelli: Thank you guys for always being there for me when I need a helping hand. You’re the best sisters anyone could ask for. Family: Thank you Grandma, Papa, Nino, Lopez/Olivas Family, Tynelle Olivas for everything you guys have done for me throughout my life thus far. I know that whenever I need a helping hand you guys are always there for me, thank you. Davie and Allie: Thank you guys for being the best cousins I could ask for. You guys were always there for me since the beginning. It seems like just yesterday we were running around causing havoc in papas backyard. I will always remember everything you guys have done for me. Love you guys. Wayne: Thank you for being such a great friend and always being there for me through thick and thin. You were always there for me when I just needed a friend to talk to. Thank you. Da Boys: Thank you guys for making me a better person. You guys did great this year and will be better and better as the years come. T3 Boys! Caleb: Thank you for helping me through football season and for inviting me over to your house many times. Your mom and dad are the best! Aunty Arati, Kumu Malani, P.F. Cheng, and Muchaco Diaz: Thank you for helping me through my high school academic career. Hello World: Thank you for an interesting 17 years on you. I appreciate everything that you do for me, food, water, and life. I look forward to dwelling on your earth for another 100 years. Its been an honor to be bom on your soil, and raised in your atmosphere. Keep in touch with me as I plant my roots into your abundant elements.

"The problem is not the problem. The problem is your attitude about the problem" -Captain Jack Sp arrow 4J



Waimea, Hawaii Civil Air Patrol | Cross Country | Track Mom and Brofather: You two are awesome and thank you so much for helping me get through everything in life. I love you two so much. Dillon: You are the smartest 13 year old I have ever met, and you definitely have the potential to take your skills and be the CEO of anything. TEEEERN IA : Bro, I can’t even, how am I gonna do college without the swaggiest sibling I have had the honor of traveling with. Don’t kiss all the boys, you hear? Long Distance Crew: You guys are so Juanderful, I will never forget about the glorious days when we had buses and Naterade. Davy: Don’t stop churning butter. Jacob: Whenever you are leading your fellow athletes, don’t forget to challenge them to Jumping Jack’s. Elijah: Don’t drive with dogs. Bros: Rush well, and rush hard. D on’t stop the party and always stay swag. Keep on lifting, and soon you will be able to bench Mr. Ford (who is also cool, and is a bro but in adult form). Ladies: You are like the long distance crew to me except girls, obviously. Kaliko: You are the most interesting and super cool person I know and I hope you stay how you are when you graduate. Meeegan: Like honestly. Caylin: Thank you for being like a therapist/sister to me when I was struggling in life. You are a great friend.

“I was put on this earth to go out there and save that one person that no one else on this world could save, and bring him home ”

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Kona, Hawaii Baseball | Football Mom and Dad: I love you two with all my heart! I am so grateful to have both o f you as parents. I can’t thank you enough for all the sacrifices and challenges you both had to go through to make me the young man that I am today. Thank you for the support in anything I do. You two have stood by me since day one! I could not ask for better parents than you two! I love you guys unconditionally. Hunter, Lii and Jake: You three are the best brothers anyone could ask for. Even though you guys were a pain in the butt. Hunter, you are a talented person in everything you do (even though you’re the clumsiest person I know). Li’i, you have the biggest heart I’ve ever seen! You always brighten up my day. Jake, you are the biggest pain in my butt! But always seem to make me laugh. I know we all fight with each other everyday but in the end w e’re always laughing or giggling, I mean that’s what brothers are for. Just remember I am always here for you guys! Love you guys! Grandmas and Grandpas: Thank you guys for supporting me from day one. You guys have always been there for me. I am so grateful to call you guys my grandparents! Love you! Marlie: You are such an amazing and beautiful young lady. I am so grateful to have you in my life. You have made a huge impact. I cannot tell you enough how grateful I am to have you in my life. Thank you for all the great memories we have made together. Thank you for all the support and motivation every day.

“One breath, one drop, one shot” -Unknown


Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Soccer | Softball | Track | Volleyball Mom and Dad: You've been my biggest supporters. I wouldn’t be where I am today without you. Thank you for always pushing me and never letting me take the easy way out. Thank you for the endless sacrifices and time you put into me. A million thank you’s will never be enough. I love you guys more than anything in the world, love your baby girl. Austin: You have matured so much. I am so proud of you! You’ve got a long journey ahead. Just work hard and stay humble. Let the compliments lift you and let those who say “you can’t” be your motivation. Enjoy high school and study hard. Know your priorities and never lose your competitive edge. Put in the extra time that others won’t. Stay out of trouble! I love you so much little man. Bri: Thank you for everything. Thank you for all the fun times and many laughs, and for being my best friend. After knowing you only four years I feel like I have known you my whole life. I’ll have your back no matter what. I love you so m uch.. .We Did It! Jess and Nea: Thank you for being such amazing role models. You guys really took me under your wing. You two are really amazing. I love you guys. Pomai: You are truly an amazing person. You have taught me so much and you have always brought out the best in me. You are handsome, funny, strong, and trustworthy. Thank you for all the unforgettable memories. I am so happy to have you in my life. Thank you for being my anchor and for being my best friend. Kauinohea: Whatever you do, DO NOT change who you are. Stay true to yourself and stay out o f trouble! Be good to your parents, they just want what’s best for you. You’re a good kid with a big heart. Keep working hard on and off the field. Thanks for always being there for me. Enjoy senior year. Love you Kau Kau. Michael: Such a handsome young man you have become. Enjoy the rest of high school. It will go by fast, I promise. Work hard in whatever you do. Don’t lose sight of your goals. Make lots of friends and experience everything HPA has to offer you. Good luck cuz, love you. Deej, Alohi, Teia, Braddah Luke, Colin, Austin, Kamaka, Christian: Thanks for all the good times and good laughs! Keep in touch, love you guys.

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Waimea, Hawaii Cross Country | Football | Paddling | Tennis Dad: Thank you for supporting me with everything that I have done and teaching me to stick with my commitments and see them through. I am so grateful to have been given the opportunity to go to HPA. I am going to miss not being able to see you every day even though it doesn’t seem like it sometimes. Thank you so much for everything. Mom: Thank you for the countless dinners that will be so missed when I am not able to get a home cooked meal in college. Thank you for all the help with school and all of the love that you have showed me even though I sometimes do not deserve it. Thank you, love you mom. Sean: Make the most of high school while you can bud. Before you realize it you will be done with all of it and off to a new part o f your life. Make the most of your friends while you are close to them. Good luck, and have fun. Try not to follow in your brothers’ footsteps and procrastinate 'till the last second, it doesn’t work. Love ya. The Bros: You know who you are. We have been through a lot. The countless adventures and nights spent doing absolutely nothing but cruising with the boys. I will never forget those moments of fear. I ’m going to miss it, I can say that much. Much love guys. We will see each other soon enough. SBB unite. Good luck with everything. I will see you guys soon. Malia: You are such an amazing person and I could never have asked for a better best friend. I know you are capable of doing great things, so just don’t hold back and get it done. I know you can. Thank you for everything. Football Boys: I have only gotten to know you guys over the past two years, and it has turned out to be a pretty awesome experience. Thanks for helping me out when I needed it, and having my back. I wish you guys well in the future, and thank you for everything.

“Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else’s life” -Steve Jobs 45®



Tokyo, Japan | Honolulu, Hawaii Cheerleading | International Club Rep Student Help Student Club | Theater Mom and Dad: I cannot express my appreciation for you guys in words but I'll try! You both are the funniest, weirdest and craziest parents I could ever have and I love you so much! You do things for me that most parents wouldn't, and I realize how lucky I am! I can’t imagine my life any other way. Thank you guys for always putting your trust in me and believing in me. I couldn’t have done anything without you! Sophia, Tammy, Sean: My cousins! You guys are basically like my sisters and brother! We grew up together and we’ve had so many great memories! I love you guys so much and I am so happy you guys are a part of my family. Good luck to you guys for the rest of high school! Don't forget to come visit me! Chloe and Tina: I don’t even know what to say. You guys are my best friends and you both are the reason that I am so glad to have come to HP A. I don’t know what I would do without you guys! You guys make me laugh so much and you just make life so much more fun. I can’t believe we’ve known each other for all four years! Chloe, I can't imagine not having you as my roommate and Tina, I can't imagine not hearing your loud laugh all the time! So let’s make sure we stay in touch even after college! Love you! Sarah, Claire, Calvin, Emily, Alua: We've made so many memories over the years! I can't believe we've known each other for three or four years! I'm so happy to have "my lunch group table!" I'm really really lucky to have met you guys and I don't know what I would do without you, so you guys all better visit me! Thank you for always being there for me and for being my best friends! I love every one of you! Hikari and Yuki: Hikari, you're my ultimate best friend and I can’t believe we’ve been friends for more than ten years! We practically grew up together and I can call you my sister. There’s no one I trust more than you! You are a henjin but I love you so much and I am so glad to have you in my life! Daisuki dayo my otaku-chan! Yuki, I'm so glad that I met you during our Korean adventures! I wish I've known you sooner! Seriously the time in Korea are some of the best memories I've made! I hope I'm always your "tsubo" and korekara mo ippai asobou! daisukidayo!

"At the end, of the day, let there be no excuses, no explanations, no regrets" _ -Steve M ara b o li

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Napa, California Arts for Hearts Club | Prefect | SLAC | Softball | Student Ambassadors Dad: I’m convinced that you’re Superman. I never could have made it this far without you. Everything that I could say here I hope you already know, but if not, I’ll keep proving it to you everyday, because you’re the best dad ever. Mom: I am grateful everyday that your vision allowed me to come here. Without you I may not have even pursued my goal of going to boarding school and I definitely would not have found my second home here at HPA. Thank you mom. Grammy: You made this all possible. I can never thank you enough for your unwavering support and presence in my life. Nana: The time I spend with you is so precious, I value everything you do for our family and me. You are very much appreciated. Alex: Meow (I love you sister!) Drew: Drew, you are my brother forever... So as much as we fight, I’ll always be around. Makena: From the very first day, you’ve been my best friend, sometimes my only friend, and definitely the best person I could ever hope to have around. I ’m going to miss you more than anything. Aunty Arati: I love you! Ivy and other such friends: You have helped me through everything and been so generous with your time, friendship, love and everything else I could ask for. I wish for you all, the best in life. To the girls of Anna’s and Carter’s: If I were to offer one piece of advice, it would be to not waste time being lonely. However small you think your part is in the dorm, all of us together breathe life into the halls. This crazy, weird, wonderful journey of growing up here is one that I ’ll take with me forever. Thank you all who have been a part o f making this a true home. I love you all so much!



Big Island, Hawaii Ceramics | Cross Country | Marathon Musical Theater | Paddling | Track Mom and Dad: We are here. I am a senior, thank you so much for putting up with me all these years. Thank you so much for everything you both do for me. Thank you for always having my back and for always being there when I need you. It really means a lot to have such loving and caring parents like you both. I love you both so much and I am so thankful that you both are my parents. Nana and Papa: Thank you for being such amazing grandparents. Thank you for always allowing me to come over. I am going to miss you both so much, I love you both. Tutu and Grandpa: You both are the coolest and the most loveable grandparents in the world. I love you both so much. I do not know how I will ever thank you for all that you both have done for me. You both have made my life so amazing and I am so glad I have you both. Love you so much! Thank you! Luci: It sucks that your first year of high-school I was not able to do it with you. You are going to have a lot ahead of you these next three years so take it slow and enjoy the time you have. I love you so much and thank you for being my sister. Mason: Thank you for being such an amazing person and for bringing so much happiness into my life. You are my best friend and I do not know what I would do with out you. Thank you for being here for me these last three and a half years. You are the best and I love you! Meghan: I am going to miss you so much! Over these years, our friendship has developed so much and we have become so close. You are like my sister and I feel like I can tell you anything. Thank you for always being there if I need someone to talk to. You are going to have to come visit me where ever I end up. I love you and thank you for making these last few years the best years of my life!

Friends: Thank you for being in my life, you all mean so much to me. Thank for all of the memories we have created.

"When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace" a<s -Jim i H e n d rix



Silute, Lithuania Basketball | Dorm Prefect Mom and Dad: You two deserve the biggest thank you! You once told me to reach my dreams by giving all my heart and putting the greatest effort and daily work towards my ambition. The most meaningful and exceptional people in my life are you. You gave me the principles and the ideas, which I will carry throughout my life. You are the ones who built my motivation to never stop and keep going and that is why I am here at The Hawaii Preparatory Academy, trying to fulfill my set goals. Thank you for keeping me on the right path, thank you for your hard work, which let me go to such a wonderful place. Thank you for being the biggest supporters and advisors in my life. LOVE YOU ! Brother: You define the term "Big Brother." You are the toughest and most competitive brother I could have. You are the one who put the basketball in my hands and I want to say thank you so much because it was the best thing that could have happened. From the beginning of my childhood, we used to go against each other wherever we found a basketball court and trust me, there wasn’t a day when we finished the game without a fight or sometimes tears. No matter if I was small and young, you never went easy on me and that made me and every game better and tougher. Thank you for this! Even though you don't play ball regularly, you challenged me each and every game and you still think you could beat me. I Love i t ! Thank You Bro ! Coaches Fred and Dave: For me, you two were the most encouraging and influential people in the school. You gave me much more than just skills and knowledge of the game. You both framed and developed my personality, built mental toughness and confidence in the court and outside the game. You both knew what basketball meant to me and you did your best by pushing me and giving me experience every single practice. I truly appreciate and thank you for everything you guys did for me. It means more than a lot. I always am going to remember both of you as two o f the best coaches I have ever had. Hide, J J , Victor, Yates, Eiji and Wayne: I honestly want to say thanks guys for such a wonderful two years full of adventures, lots of fun and advice for different life situations. You DUDES are amazing! You know what? You even made me feel like I’m at home because of the brotherhood we built. After junior year during the summer, I didn’t feel like I was enjoying my time at home as much as I thought, because I was missing you guys. I missed the jokes, open talks and the fun we had together. Dudes, I’m quite sure that we are going to see each other many more times after HP A!

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Waiki'i Ranch, Hawaii Athletic Training | Football Manager | Japanese Club | Red Cross | Softball 13 Years at HPA Grandma: Thank you so much for always supporting me even if we don't see each other a lot. You showed me to enjoy the small things in life and to appreciate all the opportunities that are given to me. Love you. Mom and Dad: Thank you for everything you guys have ever done for me. Thank you for the constant support and encouragement especially theses last couple years. You guys are the reason I strive to be a better person. Thank you for teaching me everything you know and pushing me to become the best I can be. I love you guys endlessly and I’m so lucky to have you guys as my parents. Friends: Whether it has been just four years or forever, I couldn’t have made it through this without you guys. You guys have been the best friends I could ever ask for. We had some pretty crazy times for sure and that makes these four years even more memorable. Thank you for always being there for me. Teachers: Thank you for an amazing four years, I couldn’t have made it without all o f your support and encouragement.

Softball Girls: Thank you for teaching me how to be part of a team. Thank you for showing me that we were not only teammates, but family.

Football Boys: It was really fun being able to spend time with you guys during games and at practice. I really felt * like I was a part of the team, even though I was only managing you guys. All I can say is you guys were like brothers to me. Even though the score on the boards wasn't the outcome we wanted, I still had fun at the end of the day.

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us” _

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Wailua, Hawaii Theater | Water Polo Ari: For poetry, and feminism, and henna, and Mana Road - for all this I am better. With you, I am a cool stream shower, a midnight dance; with you, I am love, and I am whole. Becca: (insert dumb metaphor about me being a baby bird that hatched and took off on your wings and how grateful that bird is that you exist and how we’re BFF birds and you’re my number 1 superstar bird idk something deep about how much I love you PS not a metaphor sorry). Bostocks, Hayslips & Sandullis: Thank you for the laughter, love, and light (and, of course, the food). Braithwaite: Boundless gratitude for your helping me find beauty, both minute and glorious, in what I once saw as a barren landscape of consciousness. Thanks for the patience and the bocce. Dad: To-go breakfasts and five-minute conversations transformed this nomad into some semblance of a person. Thanks for letting me find the answers myself. Meatballs42 forever. Eliana: You are my person. My love for you extends far into our future; you have taught me only happiness and grace. Here’s to car rides, Chinese food, and singing everything three octaves down. It’s a pleasure to be your 70-year-old lesbian wife. Jessie: You are my favorite, snarkiest laugh. You are my shoulder on which to lean; you are every emergency phone call. I will drive, ride, or fly anywhere to see you because I have a feeling it's something I'll always need. Julian: What's worse than finding a worm in your apple? Justin: Grazie per avermi all'opera e intrattenere ogni mia fantasia. Ho usato internet per tradurre questo. Leilani: Thank you for grounding me into the present when I was most on the verge of being blown away; thank you for showing me the power of ‘yes’; thank you for being the sweetest, loveliest laughter. Whatever a sun will always sing is you. Manna: W e’ll have each other forever - what an enticing promise. I love you, stink girl. McKenna: I’m indebted to you for allowing me into a world to which I was previously foreign - a world of bus rides, commitment, and the physics of communal joy. For this I am forever grateful. Mom: You are my one and only anty mcpanty. I am who I am only because you let me be me; thank you for letting me choose you. Mrs. Hustace: Thank you for indulging my every curious thought and for being an exemplar teacher, mentor, and friend. You have made my time here its best. Mumau: Thanks for being the elephant to my donkey. Here’s to hoping I never spontaneously catch on fire. Profa: With whom else shall I ever have a remotely comparable exchange of gossip, support, and humor? You rock for having stuck by me even when it sucked. Gracias para siempre.




Kona | Waimea, Hawaii Ballet | Track | Wrestling 13 Years at HPA Mom, Dad, Steph, and Donna: First off let me just express how much I love you all and how appreciative and grateful I am to have you in my life. Family isn't something that anyone can choose, thankfully, I am lucky enough to have each one of you in my life. You guys have given me more love and support than any daughter could ask for and for this I thank you. Cannon: Oh big brother. Thank you for putting up with me, and I mean that in the best o f ways, to which I think you'll understand. Thank you for always being there. Thank you for always looking out for me. Thank you for never giving up on me. Yes, I realize I am a very special child, but you're what's made me, me, and I could never stop being thankful for that. I miss you and only hope that sometime within our lives I could teach with your compassion and patience (and yes I do realize that it is a virtue), but I also hope to bestow as much love that you've given me, back to you. I guess, really, that is the most admirable thing about you, you always put in for the things you love. Love you Cannon Ball Z. A ri: Hmmmm, how do I even begin. I guess from the beginning. I'm not sure how I met you, yet you may be the single most influential person in my life, and there are no words to describe how thankful I am to have you as a friend. I know that I can be more than a bit much sometimes, but you've been such a life saver and I hope you stick around for more than a while. May we always adventure and never forget to laugh. Love you kiddo, and don't forget our bet. Vera: Like I said to Ari, there are no words to describe how thankful I am to have you as a friend. Your advice has kept me out of the most trouble, and your common sense is something that I should live by. Again, thank you for putting up with me, I could have never done it without you and again like I said to Ari, you've been such a life saver and I hope you stick around for more than a while. Meh:) Nicky: Thank you for always being there, always considering me, always being patient, being my best friend and bringing so much happiness into my life. You're a true gentleman and I am thankful to have you in my life.

"What matters most is how well you walk through the fire" -Charles Bukowski ÂŽ 5 2

Sitka, Alaska Dance | Dorm Representative | Prefect Mom and Dad: You both have given me so many opportunities in life, and I can’t begin to tell you how grateful I am for that. That being said I am even more thankful for your love, care, and wisdom. It means so much to me to have you both in my comer. I know that I may seem unappreciative at times, but behind my sassy remarks there is love and admiration. You are wonderful people and phenomenal parents. I love you to the moon and back! -Y our Baby Girl Brittana: I joke that you are more like my mother than my sister, and it’s true. Now that I am older though I have come to think of you as my best friend. You help me even when I don’t deserve your help and you always tell me when I am out of line. You will be a great mother because you have already been mine. I hope that we never grow apart. I love you “to infinity and beyond.” ?»Little One Aunty Arati: Thank you. You have been my second mother for the past few years. You took me into your family without a second thought. And for that I thank you. You have shown me so much that the island and life has to offer. You are an amazing role model. I don’t know what I am going to do without you. And to India and Isaiah, I feel so lucky to have had such wonderful younger pseudo siblings. With love and blessings. -Y our Pseudo Daughter Taylor and Alaina: You both mean the world to me. There are a million inside jokes and even more laughs (he is gonna die, right next to ...). Thank you for being my best friends. I could not have survived these past four years without you two. I am going to miss you both so much next year. I truly hope that we stay in touch as our lives progress in different directions. I love you oodles and oodles. -G ing Semester @ Sea: Thank you to my travel buddies for being there with me for all the good times, and the weird times. I will cherish those memories forever. It would not have been the same without you guys. Bwace yo self Woge Wave! - hearts and kisses Ginger Jessie: I hope you're happy. Love you- Makena.




Waimea, Hawaii Paddling | Water Polo Mom and Dad: Thank you guys so much for everything you have done for me. Even though we have fights and disagreements, I know you guys will always be here to support me. You guys have been there for me these past 17 years and I couldn’t ask for better parents and support systems. Sometimes I can't believe how much time has passed, even though we all are not under the same roof most of the time. Whenever we are all back together it feels complete and we always have fun even if you drag me on 12 mile hikes every summer. Thank you for always listening to my rants, for making me laugh, and just always being here for me. I’m glad we have the relationship we do. Thank you just for loving me unconditionally. I love you guys to the universe and back. Nora: Don’t ever change. You have such a strong, amazing personality that it is sometimes overwhelming but I love you just the same. Whenever you are having problems call me anytime and I’ll try to answer and listen. I love you bug, don’t mess up my car too much. Gabby: You’re one KoolKat. I can't imagine what I would do without you, probably eat two bags of Cheetos by myself. We are constantly together and people might find it realllllly strange, and I totally agree, but I’d also have it no other way. You are my backbone and I’m honestly never fully comfortable without you. You are going to do amazing things in your life and I am so happy to know you, I love you a lot a lot a lot. Leilani: You are one of my closest friends so I guess I gotta love you. I know I am unbelievably mean to you and I probably shouldn’t be because I guess you’re pretty funny. I know I can tell you anything and even though you may judge me, harshly. We have such a great relationship. What am I going to do without your comments and-your surprisingly funny jokes next year? Water polo girls and the M cKenna’s: Thank you guys for being the best team, I honestly always look forward to waterpolo season the whole year and when it’s over, I get really depressed. I even like all the “fun” practices. Thanks guys for always being there for me, you’re the best team and coaches I’ve ever had. #redhot

“Why is she moving to England? She doesn’t even speak French


-Gabby Koppes j54



Norman, Oklahoma Waimea, Hawaii Football | Lacrosse Mom and Dad: Thank you guys so much for getting me here today. I couldn’t ask for better support or better parents. I am so grateful for all the sacrifices you guys have made for me. You always put your kids first and are completely selfless. I don’t know what or where I would be without you guys. You do more for me than I could ever ask for; you’re always there for me and always give me help. I love you guys a ton and thank you for being the best parents, and I can’t thank you guys enough for putting up with me and my broken leg. You did beyond enough for me, and I really owe you guys. Jack & Reid: I can’t believe I’ve only known you guys for a couple of years, it feels like we have been friends forever. You guys are great friends, can’t wait to see what we do next. Mr. Ford: Wow you are such a great guy. You made my experience at HPA much better, and you are just a great advisor. I love you like a brother, Ford. Jaxon: Keep working hard and shredding that gnar. Football team: Thanks for being great teammates, and helping me when I was hurt.

“Finally people get to see why I love risking my life” -Mark Mathews 55®



Waimea, Hawaii Cross Country | Swimming Track | Volleyball 13 years at HPA Life in itself is a blessing. It is by the extra ordinary generosity, kindness, courage, and love of others that I have become who I am today. What you have sacrificed and given up until this day for my benefit will act as the foundation for what I will become. What I can do from this day forward, besides thank you, is prove to you that your investment and hard work has paid off. You know who you are. Mom and Dad: I love you more than you can know. Thank you for your enormous, positive influence in my life. Riley and Kai: My little brothers. I hope you’ve learned from some of my mistakes, so that you w on’t have to make them yourselves. You guys are destined for greatness, and I’ll always be there for you. Dauber, Jess, Ian, and Renee: Thanks for teaching me about the world, and what it means to work hard. Friends: You guys drive me insane, but I’d be boring if I wasn’t a little insane myself. Thanks for holding me together, especially in those dark times when all I wore were Crocs. Let’s make sure that we stay connected after high school. Malu’, Pal, Star, Hobbes, Leo, Dante’, Tillers, and Houdini: You guys are animals and can’t read. Believe it or not, you’ve also made a large impact on my life, love , and miss you.' I’m off to bigger and better things. Tuck out.

“Let your clarity define you in the end” «

-Rob T h o m as



Waimea, Hawaii Art Club Co-Founder | Artist | Cum Laude | Swimming | Volleyball Mother and Father: You gave me life for a reason and I believe you did so not even knowing it was. I assure you that I will put in my utmost effort to show you the reason why you gave me life. Papa Gueno, you gave me the brain and brawn to overcome and solve every problem reality has to offer. Mama Bear, you gave me the artist eye and my compassion. It was quite a set of traits you gave me to handle, but I love everything about them. Everything that has lead up to now is from your doing and has made the artist I am and am going to be. I love you Mother and Father. Katie: Sistah K, you contributed to at least 98% of my intelligence and talent. I’m sorry I was bom second and wasn't able to teach you as much as you taught me. But you didn’t need me anyways. You are on your path to success and you fabricated your journey all on your own. I love you and miss you constantly. I am proud to say you aren’t just my sister but you are also my best friend. You will already be back by the time you read this but I am so excited for you to be back home after a year. Finally I will be able to harass you once more before I set off on my own personal destiny. Our trek through whatever is going on is on the up and up. Life is roaching around but it's beautiful. I am 90% sure that 98% of my success is a result of your wisdom. Some day soon I'll give you a painting. I promise. Live south of life train. Tucker, Bryce, Jake, and Kosuke: It is safe to say you are the four people that I can't get enough of. Your rants and harassments are a rare beauty. You are my best friends and I want you to know that the time we spend together is one of the most valuable things. The great part is the adventures haven't even begun. We screw a lot of things up and torment each other to no end. Don’t stop though. You, brothers, are the perfect combo to a never ending crew. At this point, the only real way to express how much I value you fools isn't through text. I am just rambling because Jessie wants me to fill my page. None the less, you all are love you all are life, Lolita. This is our swamp. Alaina and Erina: You are the most sassy people I know and I love you all because of it. I need a little zest in my life, the absurd jokes we make and watching movies to relax is more than enough. Please keep being the lovely people you are. Stay beautiful.

“Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist” -P ablo P ic a sso 5 / ®



Shanghai, China Art | Crossfit | Musical -Yiwen: We've known each other for about 3 years and you've been very friendly and nice to me!! Love you. Luhe: I miss you so much!! Can't wait to see you in Shanghai!!! Vincent: It's interesting that I didn't realize I have known you almost eight years already. You are so funny! Song Guo, Tian Chen, Doris Hong:- Although we are not in the same school. I miss you guys soooo much!

"A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous" -Coco Chanel

Waikoloa, Hawaii Church | Choir | Hula | Tennis | Theatre Mom: Where do I begin? Thank you for always helping me up when I fall, and encouraging me to do my best each and every day. Thank you for putting up with all my shenanigans, and thank you for guiding me down the path towards a healthy, happy life. I don’t know where I ’d be without you. Expect many late night calls from me when I’m in college. I love you with all my heart. Mr. Braithwaite: Thank you for letting me express my love for literature in your class, and making me play Allen for that one scene we did in Chapel. I’ll never forget you and all o f the life lessons I learned in your class. Kumu Malani: Mahalo nui for everything. You became a second mom to me, and I will never forget the love you showed to our class. M s. T: I loved working with you these past four years. You taught me so much about acting and the theatre, and I will treasure that always. P.S. It’s 5:30. Mrs. Kamrow: I will never forget your funny idioms and bright outlook on life. I loved being in your advisory and will cherish the memories. Mr. Emmons: I ’m thankful for all of our talks over the years. I’ll remember the way you could just talk story in class, and I ’ll miss your hugs and your laughter. Noe: I love you, girl. It’s been a crazy four years, but we did it. I’m so thankful that we became such good friends. I’m gonna miss you so much in college. Remember what sound penguins make, and you will always be my home skillet biscuit in gravy. Jason: Ah, Wild Card. W e’ve been buddies since sixth grade, but I ’m glad we got closer this year. You’re such an amazing guy, and I ’m so glad I’m able to call you my friend. We still gotta do the cross country trip with Jarren. Keep in touch. Anela: Us girls gotta stick together. Annaliese: You, missy, are one of the most amazing people I know. Meeting you was one of the best things that ever happened to me, and I’m going to miss you like crazy when I’m gone. Remember, “you is kind, you is smart, and you is important.” I love you so much girly. Keep chasing your dreams; I know you’ll go on to do great things. Adam, Asa, Sarah, Blake, Jeff, Dyllon, Wolfie: You guys have gotten me through some of the worst and best times of my life. I love all of you so much.

“Com e my friends. ‘Tis not too late to seek a newer world . . . For my purpose holds to sail beyond the sunset 5 9 ®



Taipei, Taiwan Dorm Rep | Prefect | Stage Manager | Students Help Students Secretary Mom and Dad: You guys are the reason for my accomplishments today, and I will never forget all the tuition you paid. M om !! Thank you for putting so much effort into me. You are always there when I need you and you are always the motivation for my decisions. Your patient teaching shaped the way I am today, and I am really thankful for what you have contributed. D ad!! Thank you for being my “da shu” that I can rely on and for always making me feel secure when I am going through difficult times. You guys are' the best parents in the world. Thank you for contributing so much into this home and I am so thankful to be able to call you mom and dad. I LOVE YOU!!! Sister and Brother: Every time I feel lost, you guys are the ones that always help me find the way out. Sister! I don’t know if you remember or not what you wrote on your senior yearbook, but I want to thank you for that message! It helped me a lot and I really appreciated it! Brother!! You are the best brother in the world; you always take good care of me and make me feel so unique! I am so lucky to have both of you as my siblings and I LOVE YOU!! Chloe, Kim, Rei, Emily, Alua, and Claire: My best international people! We made it! Thank you for always being there for me and making my high school years so amazing! Although we are leaving each other now, this is not goodbye! We have done so many things together and those memories will accompany us everywhere! I love you all and I give you my best wishes in college! XOXOJ P.S. we are all in this together! Muahhh! Ting, Mikki, and Hao Wen: I miss you all so much after you guys left HP A. I learned so much from all o f you and I really appreciated having you guys in my high school life! I will never forget you! I love you all as always! Chinese/Taiwanese people: Good luck next year!

“I believe that everything happens for a reason... and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together" -Marilyn M onroe



Kapa'au, Hawaii Baseball Mom and Dad: I will never be able to thank you enough for everything you have done for me. The freedom, love, and support that you have given me is truly priceless. Simply put, you are the best parents anyone could ask for. You have helped me through so much and for that I am ceaselessly grateful. Thank you for everything. I love you both so much. M aya and Asha: You are great sisters, and I am so glad to have you in my life. I am so proud of the thoughtful and intelligent young women you are turning into. I love you both, and I will miss you immensely when I leave for college next year. Rook, Ryan, Ian, Mike, and BT: I have missed you guys a lot this year. I hope you are all having a great time in college. I have had so many hilarious and memorable moments with each of you; from “easy money,” to “chu’ bad,” to “turknach,” the list goes on. You guys really are like family to me. W e have had some pretty solid seshes together. Rook and Fuj, there is nothing better than building legendary 2k and OOTP franchises with you guys. W e have earned a lot o f rings together. There is nobody I would rather talk sports with than the two of you. Ian and Mike, you guys have been an inspiration to me on the baseball field, and we have had some great times off the field as well. BT, you are one of the funniest guys I know, and you got no shortage of steez. Finally, I just wanna apologize to each of you for repeatedly shutting down on defense in open-gym. I love you guys. Team Borg forever. Tucker and Bryce: I know we have grown apart over the years, but you guys have had my back ever since I have been at HPA, and I really appreciate that. I have a lot of respect for you guys. Coach Hayslip and Coach Diaz: I have loved playing for you guys over the last few years. You have always run an exceptional program, and I have definitely become a much better baseball player after being coached by both of you. I have learned a lot about the game from the two of you, as well as a lot about life. Thanks for always being supportive and for believing in me.

“A ll I know is w e’re having fun out there” -Mike Trout



Jakarta, Indonesia Golf | PAAC WorldQuest Team .To my parents: I don't know how to thank you enough for putting up with me all this time. Dad, thanks for believing in me and helping me choose the right path to take. You’ve really influenced me in terms o f my goals and expectations and I couldn’t ask for a better role model than you. I remember when I was having trouble with my homework and you would drop what you’re doing and help me out; even if it took hours and I was getting frustrated, you still stood by me and held my hand. Mom, thanks for sticking by me and lending a hand when I really needed it. You taught me never to give up and pursue what I believe in. I ’m thankful for all the times you helped push me to make the right choices even if I didn’t see them that way at the time. You two are the best parents in the world and I only hope that I grow up to not let you down. If I could turn back time I wouldn’t change any of it, instead I would learn to enjoy those fleeting moments all over again. Thank you. To my siblings: You three are a mess. But you’re my mess. So like in a weird sort of way, I’ve come to really care for you guys. Ivanna, thanks for being so supportive and looking out for me, I really appreciate it. You showed me how to be independent and do things for myself. I hope you’re happy and find what you’re looking for in Florence. Jody, thanks for being there when I need you, you’ve been a great person I can trust and It’s nice knowing that you’re there for me. Ivanni, thanks for keeping me in check, you always know how to make things more interesting. I like how you always find all these odd activities to do, from candle making to memorizing disney songs. Don't ever change, I'll cherish the memories we have together. To my friends,You guys mean a lot to me. Thanks for helping me through the tough times and sticking with me. Coming to a new school was really difficult for me and you guys really made the process much easier for me. I remember the first day I came to HPA, I don't think I’ve been more nervous my entire life. It was the first time I moved to a new school in eleven years and I had absolutely no idea what to expect. You guys really came through for me and made me feel welcome here in Hawaii. I don’t think I’ve never met a group more intriguing, quirky, funny, odd, and eccentric as you guys. But thats what makes you special. Thanks again you guys.

“Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in our hearts” -W innie th e Pooh



Newport Beach, California Buffalo, New York Waikoloa, Hawaii AY Crew | Resurrection | Wrestling Mom and Dad: Thank you for helping me through all the really rough times when I was sure that I wasn’t going to make it, for always being there with me through the good times too and always pushing me to try harder and be the best person I could be. David Westervelt: You’ve been like a brother to me over the years, you know, the kind o f brother that would help you hide the body. Tristan Kilkenny: You’ve always been right there in the dorms and wrestling for all the laughs and hard falls. Thank you. And did I tell you about what's her face? Kotaro Takaoka: You always have crazy things that’ll could make anyone laugh at anytime. Harry Wright: You can always make me laugh and you always have the best random facts or stuff from the internet. Kyle Hollister: You always have so much food and amazing stories from the weekends or some random people. Kenny Dupuis: You’re the funniest person ever. Kenny, you can anyone laugh without even trying and you’re an amazing DJ. Tori Greco-Hiranaka: There was never a boring wrestling practice or meet whenever you were around. Nana Ueno: Thank you for always helping me when I’m having a crisis or choked in something. You always know how to keep my spirits up and thank you for that. Ford: It all started freshman year with wrestling and it's kinda just snowballed from there. Thank you for all the amazing jokes, moments and talks that we have had and always having my back whenever anything happened.

“Live a good life. I f there are gods and they are just, then they will not care how devout you have been, but will welcom e you based on the virtues you have lived by. I f there are gods, but unjust, then you shou ld not w ant to w orship them. I f there are no gods, then you will be gone, but will have lived a noble life that will live on in the m em ories o f your loved on es”

-Marcus Aurelius



Honolulu, Hawaii Art | Lacrosse | Piano Mom and Carter: Thank you for tolerating me for all these years despite my inability to keep contact. For not being the most obedient at home, but I’ve been doing fine so please don’t worry so much. Dad and Mina: Even though we don’t live together, thank you for always treating me as family and making me feel at home. Miha: Thank you for getting me out of the house during breaks. Chelsi: Thank you for scolding me because I never do what I’m supposed to. Also: R is for Rad. Departed Friends: Thank you for befriending me during my first year here. Sorry we couldn’t be together longer. Kiki: From the very beginning, you told me that you were glad I came, and those words helped me more than you can imagine. Japanese crew: You guys really helped me improve my Japanese, which let me talk to my family in Japan! You are all so sweet and I’m really going to miss you next year. Summer school friends: (from four years ago) Summer school was the best time of my life because of you guys. I love you guys for remembering me and for being my friends again; I would’ve been lost in the beginning without you. Current friends: I’m troublesome and inconsistent yet you decided to stick with me, and I couldn’t love you guys any more for that. Noe: I didn’t even know you that well, but we went to open pool, and you forced me to reveal my secrets. From then on, I’ve had to hang around you to ensure that you kept quiet. But I came to like hanging out with you. I might even love you a little. Somehow you found ou t a ll' of my secrets and I ended up having to be your roommate. I actually love you a lot and need to keep in touch with you. Noa: I don’t really remember how we became friends in the first place, but it’s lucky we did. Sorry I ’ll be leaving first, but I know you’ll be brilliant in your high school years to come. Jobro: Black holes, tell your bros I said hi. W e’re all sorry you couldn’t come back for the year, so wait for us to visit you this time! MPI friends: I can’t believe you all still kept in contact after I left. Sorry you probably won’t read this. <3 Non and Poppop: Thank you for supporting my decisions and letting me come to this school, which has given me opportunities I wouldn’t have had otherwise. Cole and Fruffy: Miss you guys.

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Destin, Florida | Waimea, Hawaii Adventure Club | College Counseling Club | Paddling | S.A.D.D. Club | Spanish Club | Tennis | Weights Mom: You have always been right by my side, always my number one supporter, and the person who has been there to comfort me during my lowest lows and my highest highs. I cannot express in words how much you mean to me, how much I love you, and how much I appreciate everything that you do for me on a daily basis. You’ll always be my best friend and the person I can turn to for the utmost support and unconditional love. I ’m just sorry that I’ve made you worry about me as much as you have. I know th at there will be no other person in my life that will go out of her way to help me at any time and care about m e as much as you do. I love you so much, Mom. Dad: From the first time that I can remember, you have always been my biggest role model, a kind, caring man, and a man with an unmatched determination and drive. I don’t know anybody else in my life that has gone through the hardships that you have, and shown the kind of work ethic that you’ve had. I can’t thank you enough for everything that you’ve done to support our family. You have taught me so many valuable lessons, from never giving up, always trying your best, and the value of hard work and how far these principles can take you in life. You have helped me through hard times, with your words of encouragement and knowledge of how to handle situations. I hope when I’m settled and grown with a family, I can be half the man you are. Thank you so much for everything and I love you Dad. The Both of You: Thank you so much for all of the amazing opportunities that you have provided me, including coming to HPA. The Crew: All of you guys are incredible. W e’ve had each other’s backs every day through thick and thin. I can’t believe w e’ve been together for four years now. Thanks for taking me in when I first moved here. I’m definitely going to miss all of you, but we got to keep in touch. Thanks for all the great memories boys and thank you to all your ohanas for caring for me over the years. All Teachers and Coaches: Thank you so much for all the guidance, teaching, and support throughout the years. Ladies: Sorry, the boys and I have to leave.

“Thecure for anything is the saltwater - sweat, tears, or the sea” -Isak D inesen



Waimea, Hawaii Basketball | Volleyball Tita, Kulike, and Dad: Thank you guys so much for everything that you guys have done for me. I wouldn’t be going to HPA and fulfilling my goals without you guys. Tita, thanks for being a mom and big sister to me. You have been there for me since mom passed and have never left my side. I know I am your right-hand girl but you are mine to. You are such an amazing mother and have been such a good role model to me. I am so lucky to have you in my life. You’ve helped me become a mature lady. Kulike, thanks for all that you have done for me. All the advice and talks you have given me really helped me become a stronger person and helped me know what I want in life. You always know exactly what to say. The most important things that you have given to me is a home, another father and a huge, wonderful, loving family that I hold close to my heart and I can never thank you enough for such a great blessing. Dad, thanks for always being there for me since I was a little girl. All that you have put into my future is amazing and I love you so much. You made my going here possible. You were the perfect dad when I was growing up. I love you guys. Jordan: Man we are getting old! W e have been side by side since the beginning of time, we have so much memories that I will never forget. W e are finally starting our own lives. No little kid stuff anymore. Thanks for all the advice and things you have done for me. Love you bro. Cy, Elena, Titus, Lily, and Yzabeile: I have no idea what my life would be like without you kiddos. Thanks for all that you have done for me. Y ou’re all amazing kids and with hard work you’ll go far in life. Remember to always keep God in your heart. Love you guys. Family: Thanks for everything that you guys have done. All the support that has been given to me by you is so amazing and loving. I thank god everyday for having you guys in my life. Love you guys all so much. Friends: You guys all know who you are. Thanks for all the memories. I am so glad that I got to meet and be friends with all of you guys. Love you all. Courtney: You are my Filipino Sistah. Thanks for being there for me. We have been going to school together since preschool! Thanks for all the great high school memories. “Jump on me brother when you need a hand.” Love you!

“I had you in my thoughts and in my heart in everything I did. I love you Mom ” -Laurra Chong


JUMABAYEVA Almaty, Kazakhstan Dorm Prefect | Red Cross | Student Ambassadors | Turtle Tagging | Tennis Mom and Dad: You are the best parents and friends in the world and I don’t know what would I do without you. You have given me the best childhood and opportunities that I appreciate everyday. W ithout you I wouldn’t be who I am today. I love you very very much! PS: Ya vas ne lublu a prosto obozau! Alina: Yay, we have survived! Time went by so fast but there are sooo many memories that I will never forget! You are the best sister anyone could ask for and I can’t imagine that we will not see and talk to each other everyday. I will definitely miss you in college but I know that we will always stay together no matter what! I love you! PS: Ya bi ne stala shutit pro korov v pervii den colledga XD. Ata and Aze: Vi dlya menya vsegda budete primerom! Eti 4 goda vi podderzivali nas za chto ya vam ochen blagodama! Ya vas ochen lublu! Yerden: You have three more years in high school and I know you are going to have a great time! I loved seeing you everyday this year and I will miss you a lot! Take care and enjoy your high school time! I love you! Brittani, Lauren, Lana, Ella and Kiki: I love you guys and I can’t imagine these last two years without you. We had so much fun and every one o f you is the best friend anyone could ask for. I can’t believe that we are not going to have everyday breakfast at our favorite table, random movie nights, and fun times at Hapuna. Something tells me that we will always stay together and keep in touch wherever we are! We should definitely have reunions as we planned! I love you guys! Emily: I can’t believe that our Hawaii adventures are over. You are my German sister and one of the best friends I got to meet in Hawaii. Thank you for hanging out with me, and being so understanding and supportive. We really do have a lot in common and I am sure we will stay close no matter where we are. There is so much more to come! I am very excited for us! Chloe, Sarah, Tina, Leslie, Claire and Rei: I will miss our international lunch table and fun times we had! Lets stay in touch! Love you guys! PS: I will miss having good food at your house! Ich liebe dich!

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams” -E leanor R o o s e v e lt*



Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Football | Track and Field | Weights Heavenly Father: Thank you for showing me light in life with all the blessings and opportunities that you have shared with me and my family. I hold you in my heart wherever I go and at the end of the day I can never be perfect in your eyes, but you have given me the life to be who I am. None of this would have been possible without you. Damba and Grandad: I always knew in my heart that you guys loved me more than anything and I feel the same way about you guys. You guys have done everything for me and I am forever grateful for all the love you have given me. Thank you for all your sacrifices by sending me through school, but most of all thank you for believing in me even when I didn't believe in myself. I would not be the person I am without you guys. Mom and Keoni: I know I may not always be with you guys, but I appreciate everything you guys do for me and all the sacrifices you guys have done for me. You guys may not hear it from me all the time, but I love you guys more than you could imagine. Dad: Thank you for always pushing me. I may not always be able to be around you, but I will always be your son. I love you dad. Wilhems, Salmons and Shimabukuros: Thank you for treating me like your own son. You will always be mother and father figures in my eyes. Landon, Kaylee, Tehani and Jax: You guys may never see this, but your big brother loves you more than anything and I always will be there when you need it. Makoa, Halia, Mia and Maverick: I love you guys and I will always be there for you. B-dawg: Thank you for being my best friend through all these years and putting up with me, but most o f all thank you for being there when I needed you the most. I am happy to be a part of your life. Isaiah, Kramer, Smrke, Koa, Kanoa, Pomai, Na'i, Brost, Nahe & Adam: You guys are clowns, but I'll miss you guys. Kumu & Cheng: Thank you for all your guys' support and hard work. You guys are the best.

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Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Football | Paddling | Soccer Mom and Dad: I always thought that you guys were always on my back, but I was wrong. You were not on my back, but you were watching my back. Thanks for your support and I know you love me to bits and so do I. Thank you for all that you have done for me. Tai, Micah, and Jarrett: Thanks for being the weirdest, craziest and loudest brother and sisters that I could have. Thanks for all the memories and the love. Football Boys: Keep working hard, keep grinding and stay tough. T3. Koa, Caleb, Kanoa, Nahe, Kanai, and Brost: I am going to miss you guys. Nuff said.

“W in n in g is n ot a so m e tim e thing, it is a n a ll the tim e thing. Y ou d o n ’t d o things right o n ce in a w do th em right a ll the tim e ” -Vince Lombardi

Waimea, Hawaii SLAC | Student Council | Theatre 13 Years at HPA Mama and Dad: I, quite literally, would be nothing without you. I don’t exactly know how to put into words how appreciative I am to have you in my life, but thank you for the endless supply of love, support, advice, encouragement, and food. I am going to miss you so much, and I love you to the moon and back again a million times. Police, Ainslie, Graziano, and Lambrecht Families: Thank you for always supporting me and for constantly opening your hearts, homes and, most importantly, refrigerators to me. I love you all so much! Polices: I still don’t want bacon with my breakfast. Harmony: My seventy-year-old partner, from Wednesday night Don’s sessions to long hours in rehearsal, you have made me a happy senior citizen. You are simply one of the most caring, intelligent, wonderful people I know. Y ou’re going to do some great things, Harmo. Love you. Nicky: I am, and always will be, your number one fan. Even though you dress and act like a preppy girl, you have made me so proud to be your friend. Remember to wipe that food off of your face, and don’t forget me when you’re rich and famous, okay? Love you, Nicky P! Cody: I know we fight about 95% o f the time, but that 5% has really meant a lot to me. I really do love you a lot. You are genuinely one of the funniest, most thoughtful people I have ever met. Have more faith in yourself because you are so special! Thanks for being the second . best friend anyone could ask for (close runner up to Maiah). Thank you for everything, Code Code. Alright. Maiah: For every time you have burped in my face! sang One Direction too loud, or tried to stick meat in my food, there have been hundreds of actually pleasant memories. These past nine years would have been nothing without you. Please remember to always put on deodorant, keep a dictionary close by, and bring Kleenex into the bathroom with you. You are my soul mate and are legitimately the greatest person I know. Saying goodbye to you is going to be absolutely impossible. I love you so much, Maiah. The Boys: You guys are so huge! Do you lift or something? Thank you for coming to, or sleeping through, all my shows and just for being the best, most supportive friends in the entire world. You all have kept me sane and have made me unbelievably happy. You guys have almost sent me into cardiac arrest more times than I care to count, but you all are my everything, and I love you more than you will ever know. Class of 2015: You mean the world to me. I love you.



Seoul, South Korea Executive Dorm Representative | Musical Stage Manager | Student Council Mom: I love you so much! Words aren’t enough to describe what I want you to know, but I know that you know exactly how I feel in your heart as you always do. Thank you for everything that you have ever done for me. Continue being there for me and always staying by my side (keep being my best friend for me!) Yaksok! I will always love you bigger than you can barely imagine. Saranghae Umma! Dad: I can’t thank you enough for everything you’ve done for me. Knowing that it wasn’t an easy choice to have both me and Clara away from home and having us study in the US, I very much appreciate your support. Y ou’ve always been there for me and I am very thankful to have such a great dad like you. I respect you and love you so much. Saranghae Appa! Clara: You already know what’s on my mind and this might even seem unnecessary. We grew up together and walked on similar paths, w e’re like tw ins!!! (are you thinking what I’m thinking banana one?). I believe that I managed to come here following your steps. You’re my life model and will be forever, so don’t give up and never hesitate to follow your instincts. You know that I will always be there for you when you fall. There is no better friend than a sister, and there is no better sister than you. I love you my one and only one. Brian: Even though we always fight, I know that you secretly love me very much in your heart like I do!! June & Lyla: You make my life whole. Love you. Alua, Calvin, Chloe, Claire, Emily, Rei, and Tina: What would I do without you guys? It’s been three years since we’ve met and been best friends! It has been really nice to have you girls in my HPA life. You all mean so much to me and of course you all know! We have gone through so many things together and I will never forget those memories we shared together. I wouldn’t have survived without your everything. Wish you all the very best and stay in touch!!

"The best dreams happen when you are awake" -C h e rie G ild e rb lo o m 7 Ȥ )

Waimea, Hawaii Dance | Equestrian | Paddling 13 Years At HPA Most importantly, I want to thank God for all the blessings in my life. Mom: You are the most important person in my life. Not only my mother but also my inspiration. I appreciate your unconditional love and kind heart that has never failed to amaze me. I cannot express how thankful I am to have such an amazing mother like you. I love you forever and always. Dad: Thank you for always believing in me and giving me so much love and support. You have provided so much for our family and kept us whole. Grant: You are my best friend, and my brother. Even though you give me tough love, I know you always have my best interest to protect me. You’re my role model and I appreciate all the lessons you’ve taught me. Blake: I am so proud of you! Blake, you are becoming such an amazing young man. You bring constant joy and adventure to my life. I’m excited to watch you grow up. Friends: Thank you for everything and all the fun times. I will miss you all!



Waikoloa, Hawaii Cross Country | Soccer Mom and Dad: You two are one of a kind parents and I don’t know what I would do without you. I would be nowhere without your everlasting support through the years. Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication to giving me a happy life. It really has been amazing so far. You’re the best! Love you both. Gram: Thanks for all the support, even through the coldest and rainiest Waimea soccer games! I love you and admire your strength and perseverance even through the most difficult times. Jerry and Ryan: You are the funniest set of brothers ever. Thanks for all of the humor. I admire your kindheartedness and your ability to have so much passion for one thing. Coaches: Thanks for teaching me all that I need to know, both on and off the pitch. Without you guys I couldn’t have gotten the full “HPA Experience," nonetheless have even come here. The Perry’s: You are the most friendly and considerate bunch o f people I know! I am so thankful to have gotten to know each of you so well. Thanks for always being there with arms wide open. Friends: Thanks for all of the fun times! School would be so lame without each one of you there. I love you ALL.



Waimea, Hawaii Musical Theater | Piano | Turtle Tagging Mom and Dad: Thank you for all the trips to Disneyland. Thank you for giving me the happiest childhood a kid could have. Thank you for never giving up on me. You’re huge dorks, but I love you (Don’t give Braden my room). Braden: Little brother, you are the ultimate L7 weenie and too smart for your own good. Stay humble. Stay kind. Stay super cool. Goons: Hey nerds, so I’d be eating lunch alone in a bathroom stall if it weren’t for you. If-our spaceship was crashing I’d probably wrap you all up in my branches and fill the room with glowing pollen to keep you calm as we fell out of the sky. We are Groot. Davy: Thank you for letting me finish your sodas and proofread your essays. I think you’re intimidatingly brilliant, but I guess you already know that. You’re the best anti-hero a sidekick could have and you make everyday shiny, captain. Sneha: Little, you are a bundle of sunshine and you deserve all the unrefrigerated chocolate soymilk in the world!!! Set forth and conquer, girl. George R.R. Martin: You’ve destroyed my life in the best way possible. Valar morghulis.

“A captain’s goal was simple: find a crew, find a job, keep flying -Joss W hedon, Firefly

Kona, Hawaii Dance | Musical | Paddling M om and Dad: Thank you for everything. You guys are probably the best parents anyone could ask for but please when I ‘m gone don’t forget to feed the cat. I can never thank you enough for all the support and love you have given me. Don’t stop living the dream, peace out. Remy and Jess: Thank you both for always being there for me and loving me. I know P m always full of opinions and sometimes it seems like my sass overpowers my love but you guys are amazing and I love you. Maiah: You are the only true Directioner P ve ever met and P m so happy I did. Your obsessive personality makes you a great best friend. You are so much fun and always make me laugh. You totally light up my world like no one else ever will. I hope you know how beautiful you are inside and out. I love you even if the feeling isn’t mutual, and you love One Direction more. Teelin: We are pretty much sisters at this point. We do everything together! But I wouldn’t want it any other way. I love how we’ve always seemed to find a way to giggle even when things aren’t remotely funny. Thanks for putting up with me and not blowing a gasket even when I didn’t deserve it. I love you, thanks for being you. Lei: You are such an awesome person and I love you and your wardrobe. You are so funny and always have a positive attitude even when things don’t go just how you planned. Thank you for being so awesome, I love you. Jessie: I am so grateful to have such a bright beautiful friend like you. W e’ve been friends since baby days and I hope we can be friends in our old lady days. You brought me to HPA and P ll never be able to repay you but I love you and your shiny teeth.



Kealakekua, Hawaii Cross Country | Dorm Prefect | Music | SLAC | Soccer | Student Council | Track Dad: You always say, “The things we do for our children.” Thank you for always doing those things for me. I hope you know that I am incredibly grateful to you, even though I am not always overly expressive. Mom: You have taught me how multifaceted life is. Your incredible agility reminds me that I can do anything but not everything. Thank you for that. Rowan: I can always tell, without seeing, that it is you when you enter the dorm bathroom. Let us never lose that connection. Vyvy: You are my role model and my inspiration. Thank you for being such an amazing one. Family: You make everything possible. Shinae: I don’t know where to begin, but it doesn’t matter, you already know it all. Hannah: You are the best friend I could ask for. Thank you for all of our years together. Friends: You make everything worth it. Lauren, I don’t know what I would do without you. Here’s to all o f our runs, hikes, and laughter. Let there be many more. Brittani, continue to smash. Lana, it has been a pleasure witnessing your raunchy side while also experiencing your incredible kindness. Kiki, thank you for watching musicals with me. Alina, so many smiles, even while running. Alua, I’m going to miss your sarcasm. Class of 2015: Deep in the heart, there was a class whose three claps rang throughout the school.. .1 cannot say how truly honored I am to be a part o f this class. Words don’t even come close to describing how amazing you guys are. Thank you for a spectacular four years.

“Feathers filled the room. Our laughter kept the feathers in the air. I thought about birds. Could they fly if there wasn't someone, somewhere, laughing?" -Jonathan S a fra n Foer

Tamuning, Guam | Waikoloa, Hawaii Tokyo, Japan Cy Keala Spencer Award | Marathoner | Prefect | Student Ambassador | Student Council Mom (Best Hugger Ever): I’m so grateful to have you as a parent and as a friend. Hontou ni kansha shitemasu. Korekara mo zutto daisuki na mama de ite kudasai! Papa: Mama no koto wo shiawase ni shitekurete hontou ni arigatou nasshi! I’ll try to make you proud as your daughter. Junior Girls: Asian santa noises with Nannie. Chocolate covered strawberries with Braddah Coops. Fried ice cream with Squid. Sleep overs with Allie Freitas. Room one one one with Roomie (Sarah). Art History partner Emma Ostrem. Study bud Louisa Duggan. Manager boss M elia Chobany. I love you all so much! Senior Friends: Teasing Sarah with Anela, laughing hysterically with Meiyo and taking on homework with Keisuke will always be the best things. The lunch tables under the tree will be ours forever (Leila). I’ll always treasure my rapper ‘Alohi (that boat song tho), sweet Alina, sarcastic Ella and “unintended punster” Brittani (.. .com). There are so many memories of movies with Lana, conquering life with Jessie, or being weirdly in sync with Lauren that I have enough funny stories to last forever. I hope that Hoho will never stop being the cool kid he is. I hope Musubi and Keshigomu will never forget their nicknames. Alua will someday realize that Dylan O ’Brien doesn’t look like a baby pig (good taste otherwise). I’ll always keep the pictures of disgusting faces I made with Bean at her house. I’ll never forget when Alysa and I hugged it out and cried at her last class meeting. Hey Tei, remember what we have gone through together and know that you will always have a friend in me. Noorie, thanks for putting up with me when I’m not at my best. Let’s always be mean to each other. Nikki, keep calm and listen to the chin anago song. And Nae? Friends? Always. Robertson Hall: Thank you so much to all the boarders, dorm parents, house-keeping, and security for making this place run so smoothly. It may have only been two years, but I am so glad that I was able to be a part of this family. I hope that Robertson will always be welcoming to others like it was for me. HPA: Coming here truly changed my view on learning and joining a community. I am forever thankful for all the people I've had the pleasure of meeting at this school.

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Majuro, Marshall Islands Dorm Prefect | Football | Volleyball Wrestling Family: Thank you guys very much for all your love and support throughout my years of high school. I am very glad that you guys all had pushed me far beyond my comfort zones, which opened a lot o f doors for me. Thank you guys, for working very hard for me to be in this school, and for me to be able to see and experience things that not a lot of people get to. Komol kon aoleb kine. I love each and every one of you. Chobany Family: Basically all my fun memories of being on the Big Island are all gonna be from you guys. Really good food, waterfall jumping, breaking ribs, all that fun and good stuff. I just want to thank you for taking time out of your lives to entertain mine. DeAguair Family: I'm gonna miss having to run and catch Hapa as soon as I open the door to your house. All those movies, gaming times, screaming and yelling in your house. Aw man, four years went by so quickly... Kumu Malani and Anela. Thank you guys soo much for being there when Kamalei and I needed someone, for all that love and care you guys shared with us. Thank you for making everything feel so much lighter. Jarvill Family: First three years o f high school in your hall was an experience. All that great pizza, cake, free clothes, and rides to town. I'm so glad I had the opportunity to be a part of your hall, helping you guys when needed and ju st to be a part of your everyday lives. Thank you guys for taking good care of me and being the best dorm parents ever. Jarvill's hall for life. Blacksmith's Family: I'm sorry you guys had to deal with Kamalei and I on SA S.. .haha but we love you guys... You guys were the funniest, most chill and intimidating.people on earth. Thank you guys for always sharing your thoughts out loud. Especially you, Mr.Blacksmith, always cracking me up. I'm sure we'll meet each other again someday. You guys are always around the world, it won't be that hard. Love you guys!

"Believe in what you do, or only do what you believe in" -Jerry K ram er H 7S



Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Soccer | Swimming Mom: You’re the most caring, protecting person I know, and I have you to thank for guiding me through my whole life. Despite our scraps, I hope you realize how much I appreciate everything you’ve done for me, and how much I love you. Dad: Y ou’re the most understanding person I’ve ever met, and I’m glad I’ve been able to share anything with you over the years. Some of my best memories have been skiing and backpacking with you. D on’t ever let me beat you down the mountain. Connor-Booner: I don’t know how we haven’t killed each other yet, but I ’m glad we haven’t because we’ve made some great memories over the past four (eighteen) years. From lifting and surfing missions to trips across the country, w e’ve been through a lot together. When you’re not being annoying, you’re one o f the solidest guys I know, and I’m lucky to call you one of my best friends. Varney Family: Thanks Aunty Viv and Uncle Mike for being my W aimea parents, and always having your doors and ears open to me and the rest of our crew. Julian: Thank you for always taking the time to put my problems on equal terms with your own, and for always being there for me to mess around with or to contemplate life with. W e’ve known each other three years, but I feel like we’ve been best friends for life. Love you bro. Maiah: Bummed I can’t write you another story here, Naya, even though I know you want one (maybe graduation present?) Even though I don't like you ninety percent of the time, you’re an amazingly special person. I know that no matter how far away we end up from each other, we will always be best friends. Coqui for life <3 El: Even though I really only like you when we’re apart, you’re still one of the most important people in my life. We have the weirdest relationship I’ve ever seen, and even though I don’t like most of it, sometimes I actually love you. You drive me insane and show me literally zero affection, but you’ll always be one of my best friends. Love you sometimes, kind of. Nah not really. <3 Group Chat: Nah that’s cool bro. All of you have changed me for the better in some way or another, and I love every one of you. Boahz for life.

“I know not all that may be coming, but be it what it will, I'll go to it laughing” -H erm an Melville


\D E Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Dance | Tennis Captain | Theater Mom: Without you I wouldn’t be the person I am today, warm hearted and caring for everyone. Thank you so much for showing me the positive side of everything. I can always count on you and tell you anything and you won’t judge me. Thank you for dealing with my sassy attitude. I am so grateful to have a mother like you, and I would never want anyone else to be my mama because you’re perfect just the way you are. Dad: You are the person that has influenced me the most in my life. I look up to you for your admirable hard work and dedication. You have pushed me to limits that I thought I couldn’t reach, and my limits are endless because of you. All the tennis lessons and practices and advice you have given me, I wouldn’t be the tennis player I am today. There wouldn’t be enough thank yous in the world to thank you enough for all the opportunities you have given me throughout my lifetime, and I am so blessed to have a dad like you. Both of you: Together as my parents you have shown me true love. Thank you both for always supporting me and loving me no matter what, and I couldn’t ask for better parents than you. I love you both. Katie: You’re pretty much the sister I never got, you’re so wise yet I still feel like you’re my age. I love you and thank you for listening to me and being the person you are because you’re irreplaceable and so special to me. Friends: Thank you for always making me laugh and smile even when I don’t want to, and thank you for loving me for who I am even though I tend to be a bit of a smart alec. Thanks for making my high school years the best ever, I know we’ll always keep in touch. Maddie: I’ve known you since the third grade, you were my best friend. Thank you for always being there for me no matter what, and always making me laugh even if its a stupid joke that no one else laughs at. Know I ’m here for you always and we can talk about anything anytime, even from four thousand five hundred and thirty miles away in the fall and winter. I love you more than I love Adam Levine (that’s a lot). Malia: You’re one of a kind, and nothing will ever change my true friendship with you. I am so envious of your determination and independence, and you’ve shown me that I can do anything. Thank you for always thinking of me, just know I’ll always think o f you. I love you.

"Thepath to your destiny lies within the magic of your heart" -W alt D isney



Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Lacrosse | Soccer Mom: Thank you for all the sacrifices you have made to get me to where I am at today. I know we argue a lot but I do love you. You have done so much for me and there is no way that I could ever thank you enough. Brother: What can I even say to you...Y ou have been a role model to me my whole life, whether it be showing me what to do or what not to do. You have had my back through hard times and I will always have yours. We constantly fight but that has made me who I am today. I love you. Thank you for all that you have done for me. Powers Family: Thank you for all that you have done for me these past twelve years. From lazy days doing nothing, to working from sun up till sun down, I have experienced it all with you guys, and I will treasure all the memories we have made and all the lessons that I have learned. I don’t know if I could have gotten through it without you guys. Luke: You have been my best friend since kindergarten. You have been by my side for pretty much every experience in my life, whether it be good or bad. We spent so much time together and I can’t even imagine my life without you dude. No matter what happens we will be family. You are a brother to me and I know you can do great things in life. Go gettum boy. Nile: Oh BB, we only met last year, but its amazing how close we have become. You are truly a great guy. My favorite thing about you is your openness and your down to do anything attitude. We can call you up and be like “we are going to be at your house in ten minutes get ready” and it usually works out. Thank you for all the memories and all the fun times. Everyone needs a friend like you. Stay focused and you can accomplish anything you want. SBB 4 Life. DJ: Sawp boi. Even though we only met last year, we clicked instantly. It was the public school vibes ahh? From carpool to fake scraps, we have had a lot of fun these past two years. You are one of the most down to earth people I know and I'm glad we became friends. You remind everyone to just cruise sometimes and enjoy life. Thanks for all the laugh and the memories. Keep doing you and don't forget to live.

"Oh yes, the past can hurt. But you can either run from it, or learn from it" -R afiki T h e L ion K in g



New Territories, Hong Kong Basketball | Prefect | Track | Red-Cross Mom and Dad: Thank you for giving me such an amazing opportunity to study abroad, and putting me in the best possible place for me to learn. You guys are the best parents that I could ever ask for. I appreciate everything you guys taught and gave me, I'm glad that I have such wonderful parents. I love you guys. <3 Sisters and Jeff: I appreciate everything you guys taught me, you guys are my role models. I love you guys so much! Chilling with you guys is probably one of the best times in my life. Also thank you for being my mentors, and always supporting me no matter what happens. #BestSistersandbrotherinlaw Auntie Stella: You the BEST, thank you for supporting me through out these years and helping me out when I'm in trouble. 3L 's: I appreciate you guys are there for me whenever and for whatever. Hide: Seven years! My oldest, closest friend in HPA, I'm so glad that I get to know you. Thank you for everything, so many special memories... I can't imagine what would I do without you. Anyway, stay classy boy. <3 #Chinforlife #Nash #Slamdunk Eiji : Best bro! Thank you for being there for me man, and all the fun times that happened after lights out. That was some unique moments between us. Btw, keep practicing B-ball and hopefully someday you could catch me. Love you man. #Tomato #Rose Keisuke: You are one of the nicest person I know. I love hanging out with you since middle school, and you are probably the best MJ dancer alive!? You are a special person. Love ya man! #Ketsu#MJlover#Nani. Hide, Eiji, Keisuke: See you guys in Japan soon. Colin: Sassy boy, haha thank you for the special memories. I will see you in Cali, love you dude. #GLight Juice, JJ, Wayne, Kramer, Kanoa, Kotaro: You guys brought so much joy to me. It's an honor to be friends with you guys. I will remember every moment we spent together. You guys are special. Thank you for making my life fantastic. Piercy's: Thank you for everything, so much that it will probably take up the whole page. Anyway, you guys are like my parents, taking care of me, inspiring me and being my role models. I learned a lot by spending time with you guys. I'm going to miss you guys a lot! Sunho, Eigoro, Lai, Cody, Hiroki, B-iee, Kenji, Keisuke, Roman, Jacky: My big brothers! You guys are super duper awesome, tbh I really love hanging out with you guys. Miss you guys so much. Come visit me in HK! B-ball crew: It was fun to play ball with you all because all of you are very talented. It was a great opportunity to develop my skills. Thx. Teachers: Thank you for the knowledge you taught me.

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Taipei, Taiwan Prefect | Track | Wrestling Mom, Dad and Sis: You guys are some unique parents and sis that I feel so lucky to have. I really love you guys <3 . Eiji, JJ, Keisuke, Hide, Justas, and Vic: OMG, what a group. I really appreciate the joy you guys gave me. Denis, Maji, Hope, and Sharon: Ahhh, feel so cool hanging out with upper class people. Nahh I miss all of you. Steven, Jacky, Jake,Cody, Isaac, and Roman: Each of you guys taught me lessons and made me a better person. Thanks. Adam: My M exican!! So glad that I met you, and thank you for being there for me every time. Kotaro and Wayne: Hey, you guys are both in a lower grade but I can’t ever see you guys as little brothers. Bros and Sis: Sorry if I didn’t tag you, bla bla bla I miss you. Phillip: Thank you for always listening to my weird thoughts and helping me improve as a person. PK: Best coach and best friend. Nogues: I ’m your student for three years!!! Much love from you and your Chinese food :) Wrestling Team: I hate wrestling so much, but I love working out with you guys.

"It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happiness" -Charles Spurgeon S3 ®



Tangshan, China Art | Cross Fit | Dance -To my family: Thanks to my mom and my brother, you both gave me great encouragements as always. Thank you for supporting my decisions, my dear family! Love you! Luhe Wang: Hello, Luhe! Finally, we are graduating from high school! Even though you are not here with me this year, I still want to share this moment with you. I am really happy to have a friend like you. Thank you for bringing me such a lovely friendship in my life! I wish you would enjoy your college life in Shanghai. I miss you. Anyi Huang: I am glad I got to know you over the past three years. We experienced our whole high school life together. You are sweet! Thank you for being a nice roommate this year! See you in NYC! Best wishes. Bryce Zeffert: Bryce, I'm so happy we met in high school. You brought me so much fun and happiness. Thank you for being caring and supporting. I am looking forward to our new chapter.

The essentials to happiness are something to love, something to do, and something to hope forâ&#x20AC;? _ -William Blake

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Waimea, Hawaii Cross Country | Spanish Club | Swimming | Track Mama and Papa: Thank you so much for everything and even though I don’t really show it, I appreciate everything you’ve done for me. You guys are the best and when I go to college I will miss M ama’s super good cooking and Papa’s inappropriate dinner table conversations. Thanks for all the laughs and a great childhood, I love you. Tola (Toly Poly): If there was a picture in the dictionary next to the word punk, your face would be next to it. Even though we annoy each other I know you can do whatever you set-your mind to and don’t let anyone make you think otherwise. You’re the best little sister anyone could ever have and I don’t know what I would have done growing up without you. I love you. Ari: Thank you for everything!! Wow I’m so grateful for the universe throwing us together. It feels like I’ve known you forever and I could not imagine going through high school without you. Thank you for always rolling on someone’s floor with me and going on the most random adventures. I love you lots and you’ll always be my saucy sister. Tori: Thank you so much for always being there for me and always opening your home and closet to me. W e’ve had the best of times and a night laughing with you always clears up the bad juju. Even though you drive me crazy and all I do is worry about you, I love you unconditionally. Y ou’re my sistor and I can’t wait for more adventures and laughs with you.

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Leila: I love that we watch the same TV shows and can always freak out together. I’m so grateful for your sense o f humor and all the laughs w e’ve shared during lunch time and during cross country and track. You will always have the key to my heart! The Offices of Dr. Joan Greco: Thank you so so so much for the opportunities that you’ve given me, I am forever grateful. I've learned so much more than I could have ever imagined and I will always treasure the laughs and life lessons from all of you.




Waimea, Hawaii Cross Country | Track 13 Years at HPA Mom and Dad: After the long days, you guys always have love to give, regardless of how you're feeling yourselves. I couldn't imagine having anybody else as my parents —you are always, here for me. Mom, whether or not I show it, I’m so incredibly grateful for what you do for me every single day. Thank you for your awesome patience. I know how hard you try to be the best, most guiding parent ever (and you are). Dad, thanks for teaching me how to deal, especially when I can't even. I respect you so much. Guys, I'd say our lives are better with each other around, especially when I can get Mom to laugh at some really inappropriate jokes. Love you both. Kyle: Even though you sometimes terrorize me with fake slaps and surprise trust falls, you are the coolest, most supportive brother ever. From working late into the night to helping me with math homework, to patiently playing piano along with my drums, to giving me advice about anything I ask, you show a rare generosity that I think is freakin' awesome. When I become an uncle, I'll be happy to babysit your eight kids for you anytime! Love you, Captain Cuddles. Friends: I owe a lot to so many people, and you know who you are. Whenever I'm laughing until I can't breathe, it's always with you guys. Ca-caw! If I'm feeling down, your hugs and friendly smiles always brighten my day. I respect and value you a ton, and I will miss all the weird and legendary inside jokes and things we do. You guys are the best.

"I'm ready" -SpongeBob © S6



Waimea, Hawaii Cross Country | Track and Field 13 Years at HPA Family: From our selfies on the Golden Gate Bridge to every night at the dinner table you’ve been with me every step of the way. There is no way I could express how much you mean to me or how much you have done for me in a volume of novels let alone four hundred fifty words! This is an exciting time in my life in which I must eventually go on to college.. .alone.. .don’t put an RV in the parking lo t.. .but seriously, all I can say is thank you and I love you. Friends:You know who you are. W e’ve been through some tough times guys, but we always come out alive and with most of our appendages. From the time we jousted on rolling chairs backstage to the Mana Road expeditions w e’ve gone on, it’s certainly been a quick, crazy life here. Thank you for sharing in this once in a lifetime adventure with me and I hope we have many more in the future. Love you guys! Mainland Friends: Thank you guys, who will most likely be unable to read this, for being a part of my life. You’ve collectively taught me so much about how to survive in the world as well as how to have fun with your life. Whether it be learning how to drive or playing soccer games until dark and then continuing to play until the sprinklers forced us inside for a game o f spoons, you were all a crucial part of getting me to this point in my life. Even if you never read this you deserve to be recognized for that. Thank you and I love you all (yes even if you cheered against my teams in the World Cup). Coaches: W hat can I say about you guys? Higgins, Diaz, Franklin, and Coach P at.. .you’ve all taught me so much about effort, tenacity, and integrity. I hope I’ve made you proud over the years, as I ’m sure I’ve given you all a few more grey hairs than you had before! Thank you for helping me develop as an athlete, but also as a person, and one day I hope I can pay it forward. Teachers: There were so many of you over the years that I can’t properly thank you all in so few words. Therefore, I humbly thank you for everything you did for me and hope to make you proud as I move on in my life and accomplish goals with an imagination only you could have given me.

“A man’s worth is no greater than his ambitions” -M a rc u s A u re liu s



Kobe, Japan Cycling Club | Dorm Prefect | Japanese Club | Tennis To my parents: Thank you so much for giving me an opportunity to come to HPA. This past four years of experience here with all of my beautiful friends I made, will be my treasure forever. Thank you for always supporting me. I am so grateful to have you both and thank you for sharing your time with me all the time on the court or at home. I cannot thank you enough. I love you both always. To my brothers: Thank you so much'for caring for me all the time from home. Even though we have fought almost everyday or never really spent time together, you have made me a stronger person. We will be spending our time in different places from now on, but I will be supporting you and wishing you the best of luck from wherever I am, always. To all parents who supported me on this island: Thank you so much for taking care of me and making me feel like I'm at home here on this island.You guys have helped me play in tournaments and helped me have fun off campus with my friends.You guys all have made my boarding life even better. Thank you and hope to see you all soon. To my Hartwell brothers: I canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t name all of you here but you know itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s you. You guys are awesome and I cannot think of living in the HPA dorms without you. You guys have all made my dorm life much better and have made me feel very comfortable living away from home. I hope to see you very soon. Good luck. To my tennis teammates over four years: You guys have made me a mentally and physically stronger tennis player. It was very fun to compete against other schools with you guys. Thank you and I hope you guys all keep enjoying playing tennis. To Jake Frogley, Eiji, Hide, Victor, Keisuke, Wayne Lin, Justas, Kanoa, and Isaiah Kramer: My Bros... Thank you guys so much for making me laugh and smile everyday. You guys have gave me the strength when I was having a tough time. All of the time we spent together is unforgettable and everything will be in my heart forever. I will be wishing you guys the best of luck all the time and keep in touch. Stay cool. Love you all.

"The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touchedthey must be felt with the heart" ~

-Helen Keller



Waikoloa, Hawaii Cross Country | Musical | Paddling | Volleyball Mom and Dad: Parentals, you have proven to be two of the most supportive people I’ve come to know. I ask a lot of you and you two always give your one hundred percent when it comes to me and those other two people. I ’ve had just a small glimpse of what it’s going to be like when I leave home, and I know it’s going to be one of the hardest transitions I face in the coming years. We all know it’s going to be hard for you guys, I mean, I’m obviously the coolest out of your three kids so why wouldn’t it be? Anyways, I love you guys, and thank you for being the most awesome parents I could ask for. Leila and Cole: To my siblings, it has been a long road growing up with you two. Granted, I adopted some of my super coolness from watching you two grow up and living with your influence, my gratitude towards you extends much further than that. In a way that is hard to express in words, I am so thankful that I had the privilege of growing up with you two. Da Fam: To McKenzie, Allie, Ghar, and Ethan, you guys have had one of the most profound effects on me throughout this past year. W e’re an unstoppable force that can’t be beat. W e were just meant to be friends. Our coming together was nothing short of a predestined path, and I don’t think I could have more love for such a diverse group of people. I will definitely remember all of the great times we've had. Maiah, Makena, Gabbie E, Alaina, Nile, Nicky, and Catharine: I’ve had great, consistent friendships with all of you throughout high school. I know that you will hold a special place in my heart when we all go our separate ways. You have helped me through a lot these past four years and my gratitude towards you cannot be defined in a simple statement. Thank you for the memories and everything you’ve done for me. Hanai Families: Thank you guys for everything you have done for me. I cannot imagine where I would be without your influence. When I go off to college, I will miss the memories and good times I have shared with all of you. Christian: Last but not least, me. I see you going far in life. Reach for the stars. I am so proud of everything you have accomplished throughout high school, no matter how big or small. Stick to it and work hard. Stay golden Pony Boy.

“In a perfect world, all cars would yield to me" -Rochelle M oniz S9




Kona | Waimea, Hawaii Adventure Club President | Cross Country Captain | Student Ambassador | Track Captain Mom and Dad:Thanks for everything you do. I love you so much even though I don’t always show it. I wouldn’t be here without you, so thanks for that too. Love ya lots! Kama: I’m really glad you’re my little brother. I know you’ve always got my back, and I’ve got yours. Y ou’re a lot cooler than I’ll admit, and I’ll miss you when I’m gone. Have fun! P.G.C. Crew: We had a good run guys! I wouldn’t have wanted any other team. All of you are smart and wonderful, and I’m glad we did this together. M.A.N.: Nanaaaaaa! Meliaaaaa! Honestly, you guys are two of the most wonderful people I have ever met (I mean it). I know we’ll be all spread out soon, but you’ve got to promise that w e’ll still have picnics and fun days together whenever we can. I’m not even gone yet and I already miss both of you so much. Love ya! Stay wonderful! *Finger touches nose* Ari: You are the good juju queen. I don’t really know how to describe you other than great. W e’ve just done so many crazy things. You are so important, and I don’t know what I’d do without you. You always get it, and thank god because I might have gone off the deep end by now. I hope one day you’ll become the queen o f your own country. Bbandits forever! Vera: Maybe you’re insane? I don’t know. We might actually both be crazy, so let’s not get tested. I still have “the key” to your heart and I’ll keep it safe, promise. Thanks for always making life a little brighter no matter what. Both: You’re both magic. So many good things happen when you’re around and it’s no coincidence. You guys make me laugh/cry until I can’t breathe. I lava you both more than I can explain. You know who I’m not going to be able to function without? Both of you. I ’m just gonna miss you so much! HPA: Thanks for everything! I’m so glad I could be a part o f this family. I’ll never forget!

“Believe in the magic that can set you free” -The Lovin’ Spoonful


MURRAY Portland, Oregon | Waimea, Hawaii Paddling | Swimming | Volleyball | Weights Mom and Dad: Thank you for everything that you've done for me. I know it's hard to deal with two growing boys sometimes, and I'm glad that you have done the things you did for me. You gave me this great education, in Hawaii of all places! You have given me endless possibilities and for that I am forever grateful. Ben: I know that if you put in the time and the effort you can accomplish great things. Don't slack too much. Hartwell Guys: Thanks for having my back since year one. It's been a great high school experience because of you guys. I'll miss you- both alumni and current students. Tait, Reid, Jack, Nate, and Niyah: I can't believe we only started to hang out senior year. I wish I took the opportunity to be friends with you guys junior year. Thanks for the weekend missions, it was fun. Georgia: You've been such a great influence in my life in so many ways. I know you're in college and not likely to see this, but I love you all the same. Thanks for being such a great friend all these years, and hopefully I'll see you in California! Stay sassy Gtuck. Ben Vk: You've been my best friend since I moved to Hawaii in the sixth grade man. I'm so glad we had the opportunities to experience different parts of the island together. We've gone on so many crazy missions together, I'll always think of you when I explore new places. It's been good Ben, I hope to see you in college! Panda: Thanks for all the singing and food you blessed me with while I was your roommate. It was really fun Freshman and Sophomore year, and I'm sorry that I couldn't be your roommate and board again for Junior year. I hope you're having a blast in college, playing football and studying business for the stock exchange. One day you'll be a great businessman with hobbies of football, cooking, and strangely enough, acting too. Tucker, Michael, Jake and Bryce: Thanks for the good high school and middle school years. You definitely made my HPA experience better, and I'll miss cruising the neighborhood five times a night because there's nothing better to do. Hope you guys have fun in college, wherever you may go, good luck!

"You miss 100% of the shots you don't take" -W ayne G retzky

Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Cross Country | Soccer | Tennis Dad: Thank you for helping to guide me in the decisions and situations I’ve been through. Thank you for giving me this opportunity to come to HPA. I’m such a handful and I know it takes a lot of patience to deal with me (especially when I can’t decide what to eat at restaurants). I hope that someday, the results of my choices and my life will reflect the gratitude I have in all you’ve done for Kauwela and me. But most of all, thank you for perpetual support in everything I do. Mom: Thank you for relentlessly pushing me to be the best I can be. Kauwela: ‘o ‘oe ko‘u mea ho'oulu i ka mana’o. ‘A ‘ole hiki ia‘u ke kakau ko‘u ho‘omaika‘i no ‘oe. Mahalo no kou na'auao kaikua'ana a me kou malama ‘ana no ia‘u mai ko kaua wa kamali'i. Aloha wau ia ‘oe e ko‘u hoa aloha. “You’re my favorite sister.” Aleia: W e’ve been through so much since our friendship began in third grade (even though we technically knew each other since kindergarten). Thanks for cheering me up when I ’m being a grumpy cat (which is all the time). I appreciate your constant support and belief in me. Both of us are quite a handful and occasionally stress everyone (which is all the time haha) so I gotta apologize in advance to the caretakers at the retirement home that will have to deal with us two when we become old, crazy grandma ladies. It’s beyond words for me to explain our friendship. I’d like to thank the four people that were my closest friends before I came to HPA: Leila, Kenzie, Josh, and' Jake Andy. I couldn’t have adjusted to this change so well without you guys. You guys are the best and wonderful. I’m so grateful for you guys, thank you §p much. Teammates: I’d like to thank you for being my motivation and inspiration. Thank you for always believing in me even when I didn’t believe in myself. I truly appreciate your support, love, and friendship. Kama: Thanks for being “the best little brother in the world!” that I always wish I had. Stay awesome and keep playing soccer! Class of 2015: Thank you everyone for being so welcoming and polite to me since the day I got here. Being a part of this HPA ‘ohana has been the best experience of my high school career.


ORTEGA Princeville, Kauai Band | Football | Interact Club | Japan Club | Key Club | National Honors Society | Teen Advisory Council Hawaii Meth Project | Tennis | Track Mom and Dad: Thank you so much for all the support and the unconditional love that has been given out to me. Though there were multiple occasions where I have disappointed you guys and maybe more in the future, I thank you in advance for being so patient with me. I appreciate all the compassion, care, and forgiveness that you folks provide for me, even at times when I don’t deserve it. I am so grateful and fortunate to have parents that actually have my best interests, guiding me to the right path. I am honored to have such two wonderful parents. I wouldn’t be who I am without you two. Uncle Don: Uncle Don, I dedicate my success and future success to you. I am the luckiest person in the world to have such a compassionate uncle. You went above and beyond to show kindness to my whole family. Words can’t explain how forever grateful I will be towards you. With your assistance, I have learned to become more mature, more independent, and more prompt to tasks. You have given me the motivation and determination to be someone in life, to stand out in an ordinary crowd, and be extraordinary. This year especially, is dedicated to you. Sis: Thank you for always having my back and for being there when others aren’t. I hope you know how truly amazing you make my life. You just being there when we face dire situations makes adversity just a little bit more bearable. You say sometimes that you care about no one else but yourself, but I have witnessed you care so much. You are a caring person my sister. You are so humble that you don’t even realize it. Embrace it sis! Good luck with the future! Lets show everyone what we are made of. Nana: First o f all, you rock! You rock so much! I remember on the first day I got to HPA, you were so nice to me. I remember when you approached me at the bowling alley and you were just like, “ YAH JP!” I just thought you had so much energy and that you were pretty awesome. Shout out to some of these awesome pictures also! Thank you for taking my senior pictures, they make me look better than I actually really am! Have fun and good luck with the rest of your high school career!

“Well done is better than well said" -Benjamin Franklin



Marin County, California | Kona, Hawaii Basketball | Football Mom and Dad: You guys have been there for me since day one, literally. No matter what I say, I will always appreciate the monumental sacrifices you guys made for me. You two have put me in the best possible place for me to succeed in life, and it will pay off, I promise that. I love you both with all my heart and I do it all for you guys. Anthony: What’s up slim jim? Anthony, I know that our “thing” is to not show any emotion to each other ever, but I love you bro. You’ve been such a solid person in my life and honestly I don’t know what I am going to do without you. I do know that you’re a fantastic kid though, and if you put your mind to it, you will go anywhere you want in life. Love you and I ’ll have your back no matter what. Gemma: Gemma, I love you. Y ou’re the best little sister a guy can ask for. You’re always there for me and I know you’re going to do great things. Tori: Tpop! Where do I start? (W oof woof) W e have shared so many memories together. Thank you for everything. You made high school a wonderful time for me. I wish I could say everything you have done for me, but the list would be miles long. (Radda radda) Y ou’re my best friend and I am so thankful for you. (Meow) Group chat, Tucker, Abe, Christian, Yates, and Jones: I love each and every one of you for insanely different reasons, but I love all of you as a group for one, you guys are my ride or die and you guys have my back no matter what, as I have all of your backs. I am excited to see where life takes all of us, but just know that all of you have a friend out there and if you need anything ever, don’t hesitate to ask. Hide: Jing! Hide you are a solid dude and I am honored to call you one of my best friends.You will do fantastic things in life. I can’t wait to see Akai on the back of an NBA jersey. Eliana: You are absolutely insane. You’re one Of the most energetic and caring people I have ever met. You have supported me in every aspect of high school and honestly there is no substitute for that. Love you Eliana, u da real MVP.

"Success isn't owned. It's leased. And rent is due everyday" -J.J. Watt



Waimea, Hawaii | Munich, Germany Dance | International Club | Red Cross SLAC | Swimming Mom & Dad: I can’t thank you guys enough for all that you do for me. I am so thankful for the unconditional love and support from both of you. You guys have taught me to strive to be the best I can be and to never give up. No matter what mess I ’m in, you are always there to catch me before I fall. Although it may not always seem that way, I will always carry your values in my heart. Thank you for your unconditional patience and your open perspective on really anything. I love you. Alice: We are a part of each other. Thank you for sharing my smiles, thank you for having the same ridiculous humor, for our same Patig-craziness, for all the worries and dreams we share, for the countless secrets, for the same devilish sarcasm and for that we went through the happiest and difficult times together. You are my mirror and my self-reflection just like I am yours. You know everything about me and still love me. Thank you for the uneasy times you gave me too. Thanks to each other we might actually become decent adults. Lots o f love! xoxo Oma & Opa, Omi & Opi: Ich kann mich sehr gliicklich schatzen dass ich so verstandnisvolle, liebenswerte und vorallem aktive GroBeltern in meinem Leben habe. Eure Ambition und euer Verstandnis haben meine Lebenseinstellung gepragt wie niemand anderer. Danke fur die vielen Momente, Lehren und Reisen die wir zusammen verbracht haben. Ihr habt mir gelehrt immer das positive zu sehen, die Familie aus aller Welt richtig zu schatzen und mich nach endlosem Wissen zu sehnen. Euer Einfluss macht mich zu der gemacht die ich heute bin. Auf viele weitere Jahre! Mia & Jona: You are the coolest siblings in the world. I hope you grow up to be loving, self-aware, ambitious, critical and most of all happy young adults. Love you! Friends: You are the main reason I smile. No matter where you live, you mean a lot to me and you are very close to my heart. I’m so happy I have found all of you on my journey. Thanks for the wonderful times, and I hope to see you all in the near future! Stay in contact. Love, Em. (Milly)



South Lake Tahoe, California Kohala Coast, Hawaii Adventure Club | Cross Country | Habitat for Humanity | Hearts for the Hearts | Theater | Track Mom and Dad: Thank you for everything you’ve done, are doing, and will do for me! I couldn’t have made it this far without your help. I know how much it bothers you guys when I try to do things independently without your help but it shows how much you care and I appreciate that. Mom, I know how much I can drive you crazy when I disagree with your advice but I really do appreciate the effort you put forth to help me. Dad, thank you for always being willing to do anything for me. Thank you both for giving me such amazing opportunities to succeed in life. Your support means a lot to me. E: Thanks for being such a goofy guy man! These past two years wouldn’t have been the same without our daily shenanigans. I already miss our English and History classes together during junior year. Good luck with whatever life journey you have ahead. Thanks for being such a good friend and roommate. Noe: Spanish class wouldn’t have been the same without you and I probably wouldn’t have made it to Spanish four without your help. I know how mean we are to each other but that’s just how our friendship works. You really are a nice and smart person no matter how much you disagree. Nikki: I get a kick out of your sarcasm - dinner and breakfast wouldn’t have been the same without it. Although your nicknames for me aren’t appreciated, everything else you do is. Other Friends: You know who you are. You’ve all affected my life in a positive way and I couldn’t have made it through high school without you guys. Thanks for being so cool and I wish you all luck with whatever you pursue in life!

“The things you do for yourself are gone when you are gone, but the things you do for others remain as your legacy” -Kalu Ndukwe Kalu ^96

JOHN PERRY Mystic, Connecticut Cross Country | Hearts for the Hearts | Track | Turtle Tagging Mom and Dad: What great parents you have been! You nurtured my interests in Marine Biology from the beginning; from summer ocean camps to aquarium trips almost every other week! Now I am getting ready for college with a defined vision and goal for the future! You have been great role models o f character and Christian faith to Mia and me. Mom, your love of knowledge and academic prowess has helped me get through the tough times, and you have made me interested in learning new things—even if at the time they didn’t seem important, they usually came in handy later...not to mention those millions of books you have given me about improving my attitude and mind. Dad, you have blessed me with much wisdom and insight with your experiences with people and conflicts. You have helped me become a better friend and someone who thinks thrice before coming up with a final decision. I am surprised at how fast time has flown, but both o f you have prepared me well. Thank you! Mia: My first friend and only sister.. .It might have been the fact that we lived together, but we have stuck together through thick and thin. You have shown me what true love is: not romantic, but still from the heart. Not just a passion but a duty. We have had many great times together, and I hope we continue to have many more awesome adventures.. .no matter how far apart we may go to school!! M y HPA Ohana: I am grateful to my teachers and advisors and my friends for their care and help and laughter and fun times, and my Auntie Joyce and Uncle LeRoy Washington for making Hawaii my home away from home.

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My Tutors: It has been a long and rough road to get to this point in my life, but it wasn’t a lonely one! From Pine Point, Sylvan, Mr. O, and HPA, you all have been working tirelessly with me to succeed. Whenever I was down and ready to give up, you were there with the cattle prod and kind words o f encouragement to help me push forward! You have given me the skill to analyze my own mistakes and plan things in advance to make even the largest projects seem small. I will never forget you all as long as I live and I will reflect on the people who reached out a hand and helped me up the mountains of life. May you all continue to help those like me, who are about ready to accept a fate of being 2nd place, become champions! Brandon: You've been the big brother I've never had! Answering my questions both big and small, or just taking the time to talk and play games with me, from you I learned a lot about what it means to be strong and to improve oneself. Congratulations on the marriage and I hope we stay in touch for years to come!

“No pain, no gain” -Jane Fonda 97 § )

NOE PETRILL-ABROJINA Ocean View, Hawaii Dance | Theatre | Turtle Tagging Family and Friends from home: Thank you guys for being there for me and supporting me throughout my journey here at HPA. You guys have had to put up with my struggles for four years now, and you guys have never left my side. Thank you Grandpa for believing in me enough to get me to where I am now. I love you all so much! Friends: You guys are the best. Thanks for all the uncontrollable laughs, the tears and the never-ending happiness. E, you are so hilarious and down to earth, stay cool and keep in touch. Josh, Thanks for putting up with me throughout Spanish class, thanks for making me laugh and letting me laugh at you. Caz, you always know how to make my day. Please stay as funny as you are and never change because you are simply amazing. Leila: You have been there from the beginning. Thank you for being my “sistah from anotha mistah.” Love you! JoBro: You changed my life and I miss you. Love you so much. Noa Walker: Meeting you was one of the best things that has ever happened to me. No one has ever made me laugh as hard as you have. I wish the best of luck for you. D on’t forget me, I will be coming to visit, love you! Nikki: You are one of my best friends here and you know everything. Thank you for giving me advice and keeping me from going crazy. I’m going to miss how close we are, never forget the Fun Tymez we had. I love you so much. Kumu and Anela: Kumu, I want to thank you for everything you have done for me. You took me in and treated me like family. I couldn’t have asked for anything more. I am so grateful that I had someone like you to turn to. Anela, we have been through thick and thin together. I know I can always turn to you for advice and help. I am going to miss our long talks at our amazing sleepovers. I want you to know I think you are one of the most beautiful human beings I have ever met. Thank you both for being there for me for the past four years. I love you guys so much. Advisory: Though we weren’t inseparable, I love you guys like family. Best advisory ever!

“We all change. When you think about it, we’re all different people all through our lives, and that’s okay, that’s good, you’ve got to keep moving, so long as you remember all the people you used to be” _

-Doctor W ho

Waimea, Hawaii Cheerleading | Musical | Paddling Mom and Dad: We have the most psychotic family and nothing makes me happier. The constant support, dance parties, inappropriate jokes, and secret understanding that we have about how I’m your favorite child is everything a daughter can ask for. Thank you and I love you so much. Mom, you can stop crying now. Kepa: Stop leaving me! W e’ve grown so close and you never fail to make me laugh, even if the joke is at my expense. I admire your talent to persistently and purposefully irritate people to the point of tears. You’re an A+ guy and I love and miss you. Bella: You’re probably going to be taller than me by the time you read this and even though I’m bitter on the outside, on the inside, I ’m happy you don’t have the same fate I do (thanks, Dad). We give you a tough time, but you have so many things going for you. I love you. Tutu and Grandpa: You two continue to blow my mind with your generosity and dedication to anything you set your minds to. You both make this world brighter. Thank you for all you’ve done for me. The love I have for you two is endless. Gab: You’re my life. I have this protection over you because you mean so much to me. I wish everyone could see how you’re the funniest, most talkative person, but they’re just not special enough I guess! I can never thank your family enough. I love you, babycakes! Cody: #coquiforever. I’d just have that hashtag as my message to you, but then you'd cry because you’re the most sensitive person I know. Don’t forget about Naya and the past four years of absolute bliss you spent with her. I really do love you, shockingly enough. Eliana: Stop correcting my grammar or one day you’re going to wake up and all of your important papers will be crinkled. W e’re totes gonna be best friends forever jk heart lol. Since August 20, 2006, we’ve been inseparable and I love you more than you could ever know. The Boys: Solid crew we got here. You guys honestly make me so happy. I ’m more myself with this group than I am with anyone else and idk how I got this lucky. I can't put into words how much I love each of you. #imlying M oniz’s: I wish you guys had a reality tv show because everyone should see what it’s like to be around the Moniz family. Thank you for giving me a second home. I love you all a billion times.

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Zagreb, Croatia | Hanoi, Vietnam Cross Country | Habitat for Humanity | Marathon My high school life has been filled with amazing people and wonderful moments and listing all of them would be impossible, but here are some o f my highlights. Basically every time I went for coffee with my dad, I got to absorb some of his endless wisdom and enjoy his witty sense of humor (also, when he assigned spirit animals to waiters in Hanoi, and they were disappointed with being a panda instead of a tiger.) Dancing classes with my mom, at which we made fun of all the other women for flirting with the instructor, who was at least twenty years younger than them. Discussing books with Ivona, who used to swear she would never like reading books. Playing Call of Duty with Oskar for hours and neglecting heaps of homework that was waiting to be done. Anything and everything that included Valentina and the words “Why not?” (If you know what I mean.) Pretending that we know how much a cup of flour is while making muffins with Davide (our friendship is like a ...;) MathCounts with Luka, Luke, Boris, and Jane when we lost the sportsmanship award because Boris had stolen a nerd’s date (good job, Boris!) When a girl slapped Hana in the bathroom of a nightclub because o f something I had said. Every single moment of Model United Nations, and of the unity trip. I miss you guys. When Lauren and I would run down the cafeteria hill (until the night I face-planted into the dirt.) When Brittani, Lauren and I created a modified M.A.S.H. game that was much more entertaining that the original (and ever so slightly insulting.) Hannah Montana dance parties with Lauren, Brittani, Ella and Shinae. Going to Hapuna beach with Alina and Alua. Horror movie nights with Kiki. Nikki’s remarks during Psychology class (shhh.) Saying goodbye to life before jumping off South Point with Justin. Every AP Calculus and AP Chemistry class with Leila, when we would jokingly compete for a higher grade (also, when we “studied” in the dorms, but to be honest we were just eating popcorn and complaining.) I am so thankful for all the beautiful people who have made my years of high school incredible, and for all the support that I have received from them. I love you all!

“So long, and thanks for all the fish” ^

-Douglas Adams



Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Football | Paddling | Swimming Volleyball Mom: Thank you for everything in my life. For pushing me to experience everything and anything even though you know I might not like it at first. I appreciate all that you have done for me and I will always strive to be my best and experience new things. Love you. Dad: Thank you dad for supporting me throughout the hard times and the fun times. I'm pretty sure no parents can say they have gone through the stuff that we went through. Love you. Kailana and Leilani: You guys have been my role models even if you didn't know it. We have had our rough times and you have both taught me life lessons that I will use throughout my life. Thank you both and love you. Grandma: Thank you for supporting me throughout my school life and helping me out with everything. Love you. Josh: We have been together forever and have had our rough times and also the best of times. You are one of my best friends and I will cherish our friendship forever. Nile: You Darrel, we went from barely knowing each other in freshmen year to spending days on the end with each other I know that whenever we are with each other it will always be fun. Luv you. DJ: We have been boys for a while and I'm gonna miss all the adventures we have had. It has been really fun over these years. #paintthehouse Varneys: Thank you for always having open arms and letting me stay at your house and taking me on all the beach adventures that are always worth it in the end. From tsunami beach missions and camping to working at the the Mauna Lani houses, its all been a blast. The Boyz: I'm gonna miss you guys and all the shenanigans that we have done. I know that we have our rough times but in the end we always got each others back. SBB: I know we can get sick of each other but even after hanging out for two weeks with only a day of break in between we still get back together and we always have a good time. Love you guys. Football: Thanks for being there for me throughout the grind. Everyday was fun and memorable and 1 will miss it for sure. Thanks for letting me run the ball, it was the best eight yards of my football career. T3

"Always doing what you are told doesn't mean you'll succeed in life" -Jiro Ono





Waikoloa, Hawaii Cross Country | Cum Laude Society | Debate Club President | Energy Lab Intern | Honor Committee Chair | Origami Club President | Robotics Club | Track and Field Parents: Thank you for making me and providing me with an optimal education and wonderful opportunities. Jacob, Juan, Daniel, and Mason: You four are my best friends and have made high school quite interesting to say the least. I am glad we have had many fond memories together. Classes, cross country, and track have been tremendously fun with you all, and I thoroughly enjoyed our shenanigans. We have had lots of fun hanging out and spending time together, and I will miss it. Caylin: Thank you for being a part of my life and making fun and unforgettable memories with me. I enjoyed experiencing life with you, and I am really glad we met. Thank you for everything. Kaliko, Megan and Nikki: You three are good friends and have been there for me. You are always there as people I can talk to and rely on. I am glad we have spent high school together. Jessica, Luigi, Hannah, Bo, Aliex, and Kristiana: You are all brilliant people, and I have learned so much from you. I will miss our Energy Lab projects, and the feeling of amazement I had working with people as smart as you. Dr. Bill: Thank you for all the wonderful opportunities a t the Energy Lab, and for teaching me that the first step in achieving something is to dive into it. You have provided me with the means to teach myself, and I am extremely grateful for that. Dr. Ravaglia: Thank you for your entertaining life lessons, gifts of analytical reasoning, and your interesting personality. Mr. Bleckel: Thank you for introducing me to the wonders of calculus and advanced physics, helping me analyze the world. Mr. Higgins: You are a very entertaining coach, and your strange noises and immature jokes helped me get through the pain of running. Mr. Braithwaite: While I will never memorize a single passage ever again, you taught me a lot about philosophy and art, and for that I thank you.

“We didn’t come this far... to only come this far” -Unknown

Tacoma, Washington Japan Club | Oragami Club | Tennis Mom and Dad: Thank you so much for getting me through high school. Mom, you have taught me so much. I can’t even explain how much you have lifted me up, whether it was on the tennis court or struggling with school. Dad, you always go above and beyond. I don’t know how you do it but it never ceases to amaze me. It was fun but now it’s time for me to leave the nest. Friends: Thank you for supporting me when I was at my lowest. I have never felt such a close knit group that has helped me so much. Kaliko, Tehani and Megan: We have been friends since middle school and I never want to lose touch with you. Ula: Thanks for being in every single one of my classes freshman, sophomore and junior year! Caylin: I’m so happy you joined our class! We have become great friends! Jacob, Mason, Daniel and Davy: W e’ve had great times in the Union. Let’s keep them there.



Waimea, Hawaii | Washington D.C. Cross Country | Lacrosse | Lip Sync M om : I love you immensely and you were always there when I needed someone to talk to. I know you worried sometimes because you were so far away, but you still were a driving force in my life everyday. You were and always will be on my mind at every moment. You kept it real, even when I didn’t exactly know that’s what I needed, but it all came together in- the end. I love you so so much Mom. Dad: Hey Dad, I don’t think you ever knew but you are literally my inspiration in life. I strive to be like you everyday. You’re the most dedicated, intelligent, and loving person I know. Thank you for helping me put tough times in perspective. You believed in me even when I was at rock bottom and I appreciate that so much. There are some things I wouldn’t have gotten through without you. I love you tremendously Dad. DJ: Hey bud, I think you mostly know how I feel but you’re really the best best friend someone could ask for. Have an amazing time in college bud. Love ya’ bruh. Luke (and Powers family): I’m glad I met you buddy. You’re a great friend and an even greater person. D on’t let haters get you down though. Love you brudder. Also, thank you so much Chikako and Uncle Brian for letting me be such a frequent house guest. Josh: We met late into high school but you promptly became one of my closest friends. You’re a great kid with an equally great smile that could always cheer me up any day. Love ya’ Josh. Christian: You were one of my first friends at HPA bud, and you’re an absolutely incredible guy and an incredible friend. You made cross country a little more fun freshman year. Love you buddy. P.S. Tell your family they’re the (especially Leila). Nicky (and Palleschi Family): I’m glad you decided to invite the new kid from Virginia over to your house freshman year or else I wouldn’t be who I am today. You’re seriously going to do great things in life. Thanks Nick for being a great friend and thanks Palleschi family for letting me drink all the orange juice in your house sometimes. Maipie and Elly Belly: You two are the best “girls” (a dubious assumption, at best) ever. Although the sass did come on a bit strong sometimes, you still made the day shine bright in my eyes. I love you both so much. #lipsyncchamps #3peatolympicchamps Connor (and Varney Family), Cody, Julian, Lip Sync, #Groupchat: Ran out of space <3 Love (x50) you guys.

"Everything changed when the Fire Nation attacked..." -K atara (Avatar: The Last A irbender) 104



Astana, Kazakhstan Dance | Prefect | Red Cross | SLAC | Student Council | Tennis | I’m very grateful to have spent my high school years at HPA of all the other places in the world. Words cannot describe how meaningful this experience has been to me and how absolutely lucky I feel to have been a part of the HPA community. Thank you to everyone for making my experience memorable and wonderful! Mom and Dad: Thank you so much for your support, unconditional love and everlasting belief in me. Thank you for your trust and for sending me to this school. I love you from Hawaii to Kazakhstan and back! Grandpa and Grandma: Thank you for your kindness, for your big-hearted love and for always making me happy. Love you! Yerden: Thank you for always supporting me. Stay just the same because you are the kindest person I know! Love you Yerdeshka! Alua: Thank you for always making me laugh and always “laughing” at my jokes. Thank you for being my best friend since day one of my life! I love you! Lauren: Thank you for always being so enthusiastic, intelligent and warmhearted! I love running with you and I will miss my running buddy! Brittani: Thank you Brittani for always being so bright, optimistic and kind! You are incredible at soccer! Kiki: I am so glad I’ve known you since freshman year; you truly are a great person! Ella: I’m glad that w e’ve gone through high school together! Your piano compositions are absolutely beautiful! Lana: Y ou’re so incredibly smart and motivated! Thank you for your sense of humor; stay just as awesome! Ms. Petteys: I ’m very lucky to have had you as an advisor, thank you for everything you have done! Aunty Arati: Thank you for all o f the things you do for the school! Thank you for being compassionate and supportive at all times and thank you for making every day happy! Mrs. Montgomery, Mr. Kelsey and Mrs. O’Leary: Thank you for all your help and advice! Teachers: Thank you for your dedication and enthusiasm for the subjects that you teach and for all the incredible opportunities that you have given me.

“The world is a book. and those who do not travel read only a page" 105®



Waimea, Hawaii AV Crew | Paddling 13 Years at HPA Mom: You have given me more than I could have ever asked for. I know that I rarely show how much I appreciate you, but thank you for all the things you’ve given up for me. Thank you for always pushing my back in the right direction even when I don’t want to, and thank you for everything that you’ve done to make this possible. Dad: I cannot express how grateful I am for all that you’ve provided me with and all that you’ve done for me and continue to do for me. You have taught me how to live, work, and play and I’ll do my best in whatever I do, just as you have. Thank you. Tyler: Sup? Friends: This has been a crazy ride and we’ve had some great times over the past years. Wherever you go and whatever you do, make it awesome. Thanks for all the laughs and memories. Have a good one. Teachers, Coaches and HPA faculty: Thank you so much to everyone who has given up their knowledge, time, and experiences with me. You guys made all these years at HPA the most valuable.

“Ob-la-di, la-da, life goes on” -The Beatles



New Providence, New Jersey Waimea, Hawaii Acting | Filmmaking Mom and Dad: I know I’ll never be able to articulate to you how much I love you and how much I appreciate everything you’ve done to get me where I am today. Having you two as my parents is not just a privilege, it’s a blessing. Thank you for being in my life. I love you guys. Justin: There isn’t a single aspect of my personality and my development as a person that hasn’t been influenced by you. You’re the best big brother in the world and I love you so much. Harmony: You were the first friend I made at HPA, and for good reason. You are the most loyal friend I’ve ever known. Y ou’re smart, hardworking, witty, and you always know what to say to make me smile even at the earliest hours o f the day. Just remember that the only thing bigger than your brain is your heart. Cody: B o y ... Y ou’re not getting your soliloquy because you know how highly I think of you and how much I love you bro. Hopefully next year I can keep my roommate up all night while we Skype for hours on end. Nile: I wish we had had classes together, but getting to know you outside o f the classroom was enough to show me that you are not just a friend, but also a truly talented and creative person. Few people have the ability to imagine the things that you do. I better see a movie directed by you packing in theaters or a book you wrote running out of copies, and I’ll be first in line to buy a ticket. Eliana: You always know how to make people smile because you throw yourself out there and aren’t afraid to be yourself. A lot o f people have to improve themselves before they can work on exterior issues, so take comfort in knowing that you already have an advantage by not only knowing who you are, but having that identity be a bubbly, eccentric, easily-likable one. Nicky: You are insanely talented whether it’s on the court, the field, the classroom, or practically any social scenario. I’m happy to call you a friend and appreciate that you further perpetuate the stereotype that all Italians are awesome. Tori: Thanks for being such a good friend and listening to whatever problems I had; most people just wait for their turn to talk, it’s nice to see that there are still people who actually listen.

“There ain ’t no thing like me, ‘cept m e” -Rocket a n d R accoon



Waimea, Hawaii SLAC | Student Council | Track | Wrestling 13 Years at HPA Mom and Dad: As I am growing up, I continuously realize how much you do for me every single day of my life. Thank you for taking me down the right paths and opening my mind to new thoughts and dreams. Thank you for being proud of my mistakes and accomplishments, which have made me content with who I am. Thank you for pushing me and showing me what I am capable of even if it stresses me out infinitely. I hate writing this because there truly aren’t enough words to describe and show my love and appreciation for everything you have taught and given me. To sum it all up, “Thank you soooo much for being my parents. If I had different parents I would punch them in the face and go find you guys.” Haiya: I really wish I could write like you and then this all could have turned out a lot better. Momi, thank you for being my bouncy and beautiful oldest sister. You taught me not to care too much about what others think, to have high standards, and to be proud of myself. All in all you taught me that while “it is hard being a princess, someone has to do it.” Eaman: Eam$zz! I know I pretty much copy everything you do, and well that is because you are pretty cool. Thank you for always being my bossy but beloved sister. You are the one person in this world that I can tell anything to. You are “my partner in crime, my midnight companion,” and “Some days, the reason I wish I were an only child.” I can’t wait to travel to take over the world with you. Love you habibi. Friends: Hawaii, England, Pakistan, Morocco, wherever you might be. Friendship is something hard to explain. It just exists, and I am lucky to have found such wonderful people in my life that I can truly call my friends. You guys have spiced up my life in momentous ways, and at the end o f the day I’m just stoked y’all “know me really well and like me anyways.”

“If it ain ’t foreign, it’s borin” -Sir M ichael R ocks



Waimea, Hawaii Lacrosse | Swim Conditioning Swimming 13 Years at HPA Mom and Dad: Thank you so much for sacrificing so much to put me through HPA since kindergarten. I love both of you so much and I’m going to miss you terribly. Both of you have never missed a day of being there for me and I appreciate that so much. I know I put both of you through constant moments of wondering, “what was he thinking,” and thank you for putting up with that for seventeen years and always loving me the same as you always have. Thank you guys so much, I won't let you down. ' Sarah: You are a great sister and this past year we have grown very close. It has been a pleasure harassing you since day one, just kidding. You are a strong person and you will go places. I ’m going to miss our secret languages that we create on spurs of the moment. Have a great time in high school, and savor it, it goes very quick. Grandparents: Thank you all for so much support. I love all of you and I will make you guys proud! Connor: W hat can I say, we have been best friends since I can remember. From building Lego castles to eating sand, and ranting about life, we have been through it all. Most of the best times of my life have been with you. It’s been real dude. Wishy washy, and muddy putty for life. Tucker, Cody, Nicky, Andy, and Alaina: You guys are some of the greatest people I've ever met. You have always been there for me for bro talks and just to plain crack jokes. Nicky, you better go pro dude or all those times of lifting two times a day will be a waste. Tucker, you’re a great guy. I'm sorry for all my harassment. Cody, you make me want to yell sometimes but you're a great guy, and you've been a great friend since freshman year. Andy, Shake and Bake for life, our bro talks will be missed, and I will be disappointed with anything less than a world record in the fifty free. The Boahz: DJ: Rice and SHOYU. All we do is talk baseball. I really have enjoyed getting to know you. Next time we should pay attention to the game so we can see Buster go YARD. Nile: I've enjoyed getting to know you Nile, you're a great guy, and by god you know how to dress. Boahz Nest is HOME. Lower school peeps: It’s all over, we did it! I'm going to miss all of you!

“It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live” -Albus Dum bledore

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SEKIYA Kealakekua, Hawaii Baseball | Student Ambassador | Theatre Mom and Dad: Thank you for being the best parents I could ever have asked for. No matter what, you guys always supported me without question, and that means the world to me. Whether it be drives to Hilo for baseball, or drives to Waimea for school, you were there for me. I am truly grateful for all you’ve given and sacrificed for me these past 17 years. Thank you for everything. I love you. Nile: My best friend. You’ve been there since the beginning and we’re almost to the end of this journey. From freshman year lip sync to now, it has been a crazy ride, and I just want to say thanks for being such a solid friend. You’re always down to help no matter what and you’ve shown me what being a friend is all about. Luke: Honestly the funniest man I have ever met. Thank you for all the jokes and good times these past few years. Thanks for always keeping your door open and for all the good times at your house. It's been a great ride, filled with laughs and hopefully more to come. Josh: I'm pretty sure 80% of the time w e’ve spent together has been driving. This past year and a half you’ve shown me how to relax and live life even when everyone else was in such a rush. I'm glad to have found a friend like you. Bri: I still don't understand how close we’ve become throughout out these past few years. Y ou’re one o f the most passionate people I've ever met and I’m glad to call you my friend. Thank you for being you. You're amazing. Jake: I still remember that summer of sophomore year when we were talking about life as seniors. I want to say thank you for being a great lifting partner and a great friend. You always push me to be better and I will always be grateful. Connor: It has been an interesting few years for us, buddy boy. I'll never forget all the lifting seshes or the deep talks at 2 in the morning. It’s good to know that no matter what I do, you'll always follow right behind me. Thanks for everything, Booner. The Boys: I’ve had the time of my life with you guys and I wouldn't want to do it with anyone else. Thanks for all the memories and good times. The Girls: Thanks for putting up with us, I honestly don’t know how you do it. Baseball Boys: I'm honored to play the game I love with the people I respect most. Borg and Koa, thanks for being amazing teammates from the beginning. Trist and BK, show me something.

“Life moves pretty fast, if you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it”

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-Ferris Bueller



Shanghai, China Chinese Club | Equestrian To my parents: Thank you so much for the great support and all the opportunities. Thank you so much for sending me to HPA; this amazing place. I love you both so much. To HPA: I feel so glad to be able to join the big HPA family. To Kevin Kim: Hey bro. My favorite roommate. We argued and fought, but it's a big part of the memories. Although you moved to Miami, I believe that we will meet again for sure. To Ann: It's amazing that I recognized that I have known you for almost eight years. We really did have some great times. I hope you will do better in college. To Hide Akai: Hide, you are really friendly and you always help me a lot. I wish you well. To JJ, Victor, Eiji, Justas, and ail Perry-Fiske (Hartwell) buddies: I experienced so much in this big family. All the memories will be kept in my brain. I wish you guys will keep having fun in this big family. To Wayne Tan, Chloe, Tina, Yiwen, and Taehyun: I'm so grateful that I had a chance to meet you guys. You guys helped me a lot. I wish all of you the best of luck in the future. To Cissy ,Clinton, Louie, Mina, and Lisa: Ha Ha, ren shi ni men zhen de tai bang la. "Ma tong wu jie y i " fei hua bu duo shuo le. Ni men dou yao hao hao de. Sui ran wo men bu zai yi ge cheng shi sheng zhi bu zai yi ge guo jia. But my heart stay with you guys. Zhao gu hao zi ji.

"Everything I say is a joke. I am a joke m yself -K arl L agerfeld

Tokyo, Japan Japan Club President Parents: Thanks for everything. Antonia: You were the best roommate ever. HPA Friends: Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll write on your yearbook with handwriting.



Waimea, Hawaii Karate | Musical 13 Years at HPA Mom and Dad: You guys have done so much for me and I'm so grateful and lucky to have you as my parents. You put up with me, help me, encourage me, and make me want to do my best and I really can't thank you enough, and I don't think I'll ever be able to. Thank you enough for all that you've done for me and are doing for me, I love you guys. Siblings: You guys are pretty rad. Megan: Pulling off shenanigans was fun and I'm actually really happy we're friends because you're like always there for me, so thanks. Ula: We've known each other for a long time and I still remember when you wouldn't dye your hair green when we played soccer because you didn't want to, and all the times we just looked at each other and started laughing for no reason. Tehani: Even though you're jamako you're still one of my best friends, and I'm happy for that. Daniel: You're an amazing person that is really fun to be around and BV for the win. Josh: I really don't know how you put up with me. Ivy: All I know is that when we're together we just get really hyper and wind up going crazy. Davy: You're a cool dude and I beat you at chess, twice, just saying. It wasn't just luck. Mai: We always eat lots o f food whenever we hang out, like that is all we do. No regrets. Jaysa: Even though you're not going to read this for a while you've been my best friend since preschool and you helped me out pretty much my whole life. Thanks for always being there for me and for putting up with me. To anybody else because I can't write down every single person's name, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure we have some pretty cool memories together, so thank you for those.

"There are bad ways to win- and good ways to lose. What's interesting and troubling is that it's not always clear w hich is which" -Grimsley



Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Lacrosse | Musician | Surfing | Paddling | Photographer Mom and Dad: Thanks for always supporting me in every aspect of my life. You both fully embody what the word “strength” means to me, and you inspire me everyday with your resilience. Words cannot express the gratitude I feel towards you both. Bros: Thanks for everything.

“Experiencing the world through second hand inform ation isn ’t enough if we want authenticity we have to initiate it. We will never know our full potential unless we push ourselves to find it; it’s this self-discovery that inevitably takes us to the wildest places on earth" ,

-Travis Rice

Waimea, Hawaii Softball Mom and Dad: Thank you for everything. Thank you for pushing me to do my best, and pushing me to try new things. Thank you for all the love, support, and the many sacrifices you have made for me and the boys. You guys are amazing, and I love you very much! Onipa'a, Kaimi, Kukini: Thank you for all the love and support. I know we argue a lot, but I love you guys. W eâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve made a lot of great memories, and many more to come. You guys are the best brothers. Stevens Family: Thank you for all the support through out all the years. Thank you for always taking care of me. I love you all. Friends: These four years have gone by fast! Thank you for all the great memories, and the unforgettable fun! Joli, thank you for always having my back, I love you so much. You guys are the best! Teachers and Coaches: Thank you for all the help and support. I wouldn't be where I am today without you.

Albuquerque, New Mexico Shanghai, China Cross Country | Dorm Prefect | Habitat for Humanity | Marathoner Rach: Young dumpling, this might come as a shock, but... I am your father’s brother’s nephew’s cousin’s former roommate. But that doesn’t make us nothing: far from it! You are still everything to me, little sister. Mom: I know that distance doesn’t matter: there’s no getting rid of me. It is what it is, Momzilla. I love you. Dad: I love you more than applesauce, more than a Prius, and way more than our fact-checks. Thank you for believing in me every step of the way. Patch-it: I guess I’m glad I didn’t suffocate you with a toothbrush. P.S.: Don’t tell the others I think you’re cool. I have to keep the evil big sister image goin.’ Dana Mei: I will never know anyone who can rock Twinkle Toe sneakers like you. Thank you, Baby Mei, for calling me your “La-La.” Grandma Rosie: I hope I'll always be your mijita. Aunt Cindy and Uncle Jan: Thank you for being there for me when I wasn’t. Grandma and Grandpa: Thank you for our Rocky Mountain adventures. All my big (hearted) family: Words cannot express how thankful I am. I wouldn’t trade you for the world. Brittania Big Foot: I tried picking only one inside joke to sum up our relationship: “W histle”- Flo Rida ft. Brittania & L il’ Shrimp. Llama: I hope you don’t miss my “Lauren look” too much. Kiki: And now I know we can make it when all hell breaks loose. Alina: Life without you will be “no bueno,” but I know, deep down, wherever we are, we will forever be running buddies. Ella: I hope I never become your “Victor.” Alua: Everyday should be a Hapuna Sunday. Teachers: Thank you for pushing me, whether it is in the 20th mile or my last final. All my amazing friends: I know it’s cheesy, but I also know it’s true. Far or close, I’ll always take your memories with me wherever I go.

“Sometimes Me Think, What is Friend? and then me say, Friend is someone to share the last cookie with” -Cookie Monster



Tokyo, Japan Football | International Club Mom and Dad: You both have been an outstanding inspiration to me. Getting to this stage in my life has taken a lot of work, but it is nothing compared to how much you have worked and sacrificed for me. Thank you for all your advice. You guys are the number one reason for who I am today. Without your continued support I could never have accomplished so much. I love you. Mom and Dad you two are the foundation of my life. I love you both so much and am thankful for every second. I love you guys. Kie, Kento, Yuuki, and Taisei: Thank you for always supporting me. You guys always motivated me and made my days. Thank you for always being there for me. Kie, thank you so much for the past years, you taught me a lot o f life lessons that couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be taught by others. Thank you for teasing me every time whenever I came back, haha. I wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t choose anyone else to be my sisters and brothers except you guys. Kento, keep working hard on your academics but make sure you play hard as well. Bros: We made it. I still remember the first day I met you guys. I am glad that I get to graduate and go through this school year with you guys. Wish you guys the best in the future. Thank you guys for everything. You guys have always been there for me. I wish you guys the best in the future. Without you, middle school and high school wouldn't have been fun. Thank you for the remarkable times you guys have shared with me. Thank you a lot. Keep in touch! Perry Fiske: I love you boys. Thank you for everything. OAKS: Thank you for being my inspirational big brothers. I always leam from you guys. Love you all. Piercy family: Thank you for everything, you shared with us. I cannot wait to play the spoon game again. Luher Wang: We graduated.

"The pain you feel today will be strength you feel tomorrow" -Unknown



Waikoloa, Hawaii Soccer Mom and Dad: I want you guys to know that you mean much more than any letter I could possibly write. You both have impacted my life so significantly and I can’t thank you enough for loving me unconditionally. Mom, you are my best friend and the strongest person I know. I am so proud of the person you have become today because it has showed me that nothing is impossible. Dad, many people say that your step father will never be the equivalence to your real one, but you’ve proven the entire world wrong. You are an amazing person and I couldn't have been raised by a better man. I hope to do nothing less but to make you both proud to call me your daughter. I love you. Royce and Tia: Royce, I’m going to miss your bear hugs, your company at night, and the ice cold water you bring out to me when I’m done running! You’ve got a big heart and I ’m lucky to call you my brother. Tia, you bring so much laughter to my life and you are growing up too fast! You are beautiful and obviously got the best style around, but I’ll bet you in a couple years you’ll be wearing sweats everyday just like me! I’m going to miss my little fan club when I’m playing in college. I love you guys. Gabbie: I love you and I couldn’t have asked for a better friend to share high school with. You motivate me to be a better athlete and I’m going to miss you so much on and off the field. I know you’ll do great things, kill it up in Concordia, and I’ll see you soon! Borg: One of the funniest guys around. I’ll miss you. DJ: I’ve got a lot to say, but so little space so I’m just going to say thank you. You’ve alway been there for me and I might miss you most when I’m gone. Jk, don’t miss me too much. Austin: Love you, keep in touch, thanks for everything, and remember me when you’re famous. Zen: Thanks for being there when I needed it the most. Love you, see you soon. Taylor Family: Thanks for taking care of me, I’ll miss my second home. Kaui: Do your work, you’re a smart girl, just work hard and everything will come easy. Love you.

is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts “ S







-W inston Churchill



Waimea, Hawaii Paddling | Swimming 13 Years at HPA Mom and Dad: You're the best parents anyone could ask for. You have done everything for me and I would not be anywhere near the person I am today without you both. I ’m proud to live my life standing by all the values that you have taught me. I ’ve grown so much over the past few years and I’m moving on to the next stage of my life, but I’ll always be your son. Thank you so much for everything. Love you both. Bennett: Twelve years of brotherly love. There have been many scraps, many loving moments, and a whole lot of good times. W e’ve had a pretty great relationship throughout our lives, which is pretty much as far back as I remember, and I ’m so blessed to be able to say that. Enjoy high school as much as I did once you switch over from Parker (traitor). Have fun with the rest of your keiki days. Also, if you’re still playing kendama by the time I graduate, I’m grabbing some scissors. Love you bro. Jake: You’ve been my best friend since day one. I’ll always remember the hundreds of baby photos of us causing havoc all across the island. I guess that means not that much has changed the past seventeen years. There have been rough patches, but we have always been there for each other, and I’m sure we always will be. Most of my favorite memories have to do something with one of our latest schemes, and I can’t wait for the rest of them. There will be many. Shoots boose, Love you.


The Boahz - Andy: Good vibes, surf missions, and sneaking into PIF. Its only been a few years, but they have been legendary. Cody: You coming to HPA and us being reunited has been life changing. High school has been awesome and I owe a lot of that to you. Love you buddy. Luke: Diving, Kapoho, and vortexing at your hale have been some o f my favorite times. DJ: I guess you’ll always beat me to it. Nile: Oh, hey dude. You’re one of the best friends anyone could ask for. Nicky: I will one day beat you in an upper court sesh. Josh: Y ou’re the original swooper. Julian: Dropping bags and scrapping, or showing up in the middle of dinner. Its been great. Austin: Move fast. Tucker and Michael: To lower school, swimming, and nerding out in Tucker’s room. Eliana and Jessie: You guys are some of my best friends, and the past thirteen years together have been amazing. Love you both, and yes, I included you in the boys.

"It's not who we are underneath but what we do that defines us" ,


Waimea, Hawaii Basketball | Softball Family: Thank you so much for the continuous support throughout my life so far. You have all been so kind and giving to me and I appreciate every single bit of it. But the biggest thanks goes to my parents. I am the most grateful to you both. You have given up so much to allow me to have opportunities that have helped me grow and develop. You are supportive and dedicated to me, and everything I do. You are the greatest role models anyone could ask for. I love you to infinity and beyond. Friends: I can’t believe how far we have come. It has been an honor to be able to “grow up” together. Kaliko: You started out as a weird unicorn and ended as one of my best friends. Keola (Olaf): I am extremely glad that we have become so close. I love how carefree and easy going you are. Thank you for everything. Noor (Snoor): I knew from the moment we met that you were a great person. Thanks for proving me right. Ula: We have always had each other’s backs and we always will. We have been through so much together and honestly words can’t express how grateful I am to have you as a best friend. Stacie Doi: You took me under your wing freshman year and have guided me ever since. Y ou’ve been a big sister to me and I look up to you with great respect. Mini M e for life.



Puako, Hawaii | Washington Calculus | Chinese | Robotics | Theater This is it. The end of life as we know it, punctuated by a brusque push into the next phase. This portion of my history, twelve years in the making, has been written. I am deeply humbled to have shared those pages with all of you. Thank you. Thank you teachers: For your confidence and infinite capacity to believe in me. I would not be the person I am today if it werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t for your guidance, wisdom, humor, and strength. Learning with you all was more than merely marking time, it was discovery, adventure, excitement, and growth. From heartfelt performances on stage to moments of perfect mathematical clarity in the classroom, you all have helped me to uncover the mysteries of this world and myself. It is for that, that I am eternally grateful. Thank you friends: For showing me the way, for showing me that wonderful people can be found in all comers of the world. Thank you for sharing your own individual wonders, and taking me with you on a small part of your magnificent journey through life. If the measure of a man exists as the sum of his peers, then never has there been a man such as I. Thank you family: For all that you have done. From the early times when I would excitedly recount my half-days in kindergarten to the times where we hugged and screamed from college acceptances, you have been there for me. As I move into this next portion of my life, worry not that I will forget or disappear; you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get rid of me that easily. I love you guys. See you on the other side.

"He looked around him as if seeing the w orld for the first times. The w orld was beautiful, strange and mysterious. Here was blue, here was yellow, here was green, sky and river, w oods and m ountains, all beautiful, all m ysterious and enchanting, and in the m idst o f it, he, Siddhartha, the aw akened one, on the way to h im self' -H e rm a n n H e sse



Waimea, Hawaii Football | Rugby Mom and Dad: Thank you for always supporting me. Thank you for always providing me with the best opportunities to succeed. Thank you for the countless hours you put in for me; making sure I have everything I could possible need and want. I love you guys. Gabrielle: Thank you for everything you’ve done for me over the past four years. I am so lucky to have you in my life. You are smart, athletic, beautiful, and an amazing friend. Thank you for always supporting me. Thank you for always having my back. Thank you for motivating me to always do my best. But most o f all, thank you for being the wings that keep my heart in the clouds. The Boys: Thanks for all the good times we’ve had over the past four years. You guys made high school memorable. Good luck with the rest of your life. Stay out of trouble and stay in touch. Shoots. Fat Bro and Stubby: After eighteen years o f name calling and trouble making it still never gets old. Thanks for always having my back; I know I can always count on you guys. Kawika, I'll never forget our bus rides to Kawaihae when I needed you to sit next to me every time. Thanks for always being there. Noah, enjoy high school while you can; it goes by fast. Stay focused and work hard. Love you guys.



"You 100% o f the shots you don't take" -Wayne Gretzky


WOLFENBERGER Saddle River, New Jersey Mountain City, Tennessee Waimea, Hawaii Tennis Captain Mom and Dad: The opportunities that I have, have only been possible by your sacrifices and dedication. Thank you for teaching me right from wrong and helping me to become the person that I am today. Most o f all thank you for always believing in me and never giving up on me. Although I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t always show it, I love you very much and I will always be your little girl. Abbie: No matter what, I can always count on you. You always, know exactly what to say and you always give the perfect advice. Although at times we have our differences, I will always be there for you and look up to you. India, Aithne and Lili: You three always know how to keep me on my feet and never fail to make me laugh. You are all so gorgeous inside and out, and I am grateful that I am stuck with you guys forever. I love you all so very much! Friends: You are the reason saying goodbye is so painful. All o f you have made such a big impact on my life. You fill my life with joy and laughter. Although we may wander far apart you will always be close to my heart. Kenzie: You are like a sister to me. I can always count on you just like you can always count on me. You always know how to cheer me up and bring a smile to my face. I have so many memories and inside jokes with you that will last a lifetime. Love you Kenzo! Jk .. .but seriously. Class of 2015: Good Luck!

"If I could go back now I wouldn't change a thing" -Every Avenue

Guangzhou, China International Rep | Prefect | Scuba | Student Help Student Club President Mami, baba, and grandparents: Yes! I am going to graduate. I cannot believe that I left home almost five years ago, and now I can finally go home without any pressure. I really miss you guys. I miss the time when I was in China where everyday I woke up, spoke my own language, felt your temperature, and ate the food that you cooked for me. Moreover, I appreciated that even though you were sad I couldn't be home often, you still insisted I seek great opportunities for better education. I want to say thank you, that you not only gave me life and dreams, but you also gave me your future. I am very glad that to be your daughter and granddaughter, and I will continue to make you proud of me. David: I am really thankful that you are my brother, and thank you for always letting me have fun with you whenever I felt like it. Also, thank you for taking care of nainai and yeye for me when I was away from home. I know you are going through some hardships because you just came to the US, but you will be fine! I will always be there for you. Rei, Tina, Sarah, Emily, Alua, and Claire: Finally it’s our turn to graduate! I cannot believe time has passed so fast. We have known each other for four years and we still hang out together! I would never have imagined myself to have such an amazing group of friends from all over the world. Thank you for supporting me since freshman year, thank you for walking through the hardest times with m e, in high school, and thank you for trying to understand my chinglish. Now it is time for us to say goodbye, but I know our friendship will not end here. I will come to your countries to visit y o u !:) Jacky, Steven, Jake, Santa, and Panda: It was kind of funny telling you guys I am graduating this year. Your reactions were either “Oh, finally!” or “Wow, you are a senior now?” Anyway, I want to let you know that I miss you guys so much after you graduated, and you guys are my best brothers at HPA. Calvin, Wayne, Eiji, JJ, Victor, and Keisuke: Recalling back to the time we spent together, you guys have really grown up, changed, matured, and became better men! I want to say thank you for being my best buddy and you guys are the best but also the worst, haha.




Carlsbad, California Basketball | Football | Volleyball Mom: Thank you for your continuous support and opportunities that you have given me. I appreciate everything you've done and given up for me. You are the best mom anyone could ask for. Love you. Connor: Keep up the good work. Thanks for putting up with me. Take all the advantages you can in life. Chloe: You are a great sister. You have grown up so fast. Thanks for helping mom while I was away. Dad: Thanks for all the support and love you have given me. I know I don't show it all the time, but i'm glad you have been there for me. Nonna: You have given me the best opportunity anyone could ask for and for that I am truly grateful. Thank you so much. Hide, Victor, Eiji, Kanoa, and Keisuke: We have been together since middle school. You guys are the only reason middle school was tolerable. You guys are the best. Love you all. The Piercy's: You guys have been my parents when mine were an ocean away. I am glad I was on your hall my first year boarding or I don't know what would have happened. I love you with all my heart. Thanks. The Palleschi's: Thanks for letting me come over for Thanksgiving and weekends. You guys have been my other family. I really appreciate everything you guys have done. Juny: You were my mentor when I was a freshman. You took me under your wing and for that, I thank you. You guided me through my struggles and stuck with me. I have to say that I was a better Libero than you. I miss you bro. Luke: You are a good guy. Caleb: Hi. Football Guys: It was a good run. T3.

"Happiness is like a kiss. You must share it to enjoy it"

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Jakarta, Indonesia | Tokyo, Japan Waimea, Hawaii Tennis | Waimea Parkside Tennis Camp Parents: Thank you so much for your continued unconditional support. If it were not for the both of you constantly encouraging and pushing me to do things that I would otherwise not do of my own volition, I would not be the person that I am today. I probably don’t say this enough, but I truly appreciate everything that you two do for me. Love the both of you!! Grandparents: Thank you for always watching over me ever since I was bom. Your constant support and love for me is greatly appreciated, especially the many care packages of Japanese snacks and lessons into dry east coast humor. Mr. Braithwaite: Thank you for being my advisor and English mentor for the past four years. Without your guidance, I probably would not be the writer that I am today. Rather, the confident scholar I have become. Tucker and Michael: It’s been a long journey together with you guys! Six years is it now that we’ve known each other? Thank you for always putting up with me as I understand that at times I can be very difficult. Distance and time will never change the fact that you two are like family to me. May we always keep in contact and be best friends forever! Senior Mentors (Daniel Han and Brendan Moynahan): Throughout the years, the two of you have been my role models. Thank you so much for your continued guidance and support. Our paths will definitely intertwine again in the near future! Yiwen: Words cannot properly describe how much you have brought into my life. You have taught me how to truly care for and understand one another. Thank you for everything! This thank you is by no means an end; rather it is merely the beginning to a new chapter in our lives. May we continue to find happiness wherever our lives take us. Wo ai nil

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Steven Guppy taking in Hawaiian art at HPA's Isaacs Art Gallery.


Asset Yessenzhan stepping out on the GPAC stage during Parent's W eekend.

3 . VOLUNTEER FOR A GREAT CAUSE HPA's cross country teams showed up in droves to support the Bieni Kohler R un.

4 . HAVE FUN Sabrina D isney, Malia Brown, Ada Benson, and A lohi Chambless getting splashed with color at the Kona Color R un.

5. ROCK TRADITION N oah W ise and Vaughn Van Kirk ripping apart the legendary HPA water slide.

6. RE A PART OF YOUR CUSS T he Class o f 2015 spending quality time together, watching the sunrise from Mauna Kea.

7. SPEND TIME WITH FRIENDS Jake Schulm an hanging out w ith his friends in D yer Library.

S.CARRY A CHAIR TO THE GYM Luke Pow ers and Maiah P olice perpetuating traditions at the beginning o f finals.

9.TAKE THE CHALLENGE Mr. Wawner, Mr. Barnes, and Ms. Clarry embracing the ice bucket challenge.

10. SIT AND REFLECT Students taking time out o f their busy day to enjoy the silence and serenity o f Davies Chapel.

11. RE ADVENTUROUS Students from the Adventure Club revel in the beautiful surroundings o f Halape.

12. INNOVATE M ason D uP ont and Jacob M cCafferty building their iBoat hydrophone whale m onitor platform at HPA's Energy Lab.

13. LOOK SHARP The boys from Perry-Fiske dorm heading to a M onday formal dinner in Taylor Commons.

14. SHOW YOUR SPIRIT Liam K ahoe-M orrison and Ava Jean Johnston supporting Spirit W eek festivities.

15. FIND A NEW PERSPECTIVE Aspiring photographers from digital photography class delve into eggs as their subject matter.

16. RE A LEADER Captain N icky Palleschi addressing his fellow teammates one last time at the conclusion o f their BIIF football season.

17. DO YOUR PART V iet T ung D ao working his kitchen shift in Taylor Commons.

18. SHOW SOME LOVE Catharine Gussman cheering on C olin Yates at the senior football game.




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finishing the last 100 m eters in front o f family and friends at the hom e m eet over Parent's W eekend.

taking a break from a very physical football game against perennial arch rivals, Konawaena.

m aintaining form and com posure w hile clim bing HPA's legendary Taj Hill a second time.

From left: H ideyoshi Akai working at one o f

the several no waste stations located throughout the event. Achieving zero waste was a primary goal o f Pumpkin Patch this year. Middle: HPA fifth graders Tre Walker and Bear W awner enjoying shave ice from the girls basketball booth. Far right: The popularity o f the climbing wall

was evident by the long lines throughout the day.

HPA's Parents Weekend & Pumpkin Patch

U Parents Weekend began on Thursday, October 16, when families from all over the world accompanied upper school students to classes. The following morning, the girls and boys cross country teams had a successful Big Island Interscholastic Federation race on campus. The day concluded with a performing arts showcase in Gates Performing Arts Center and a teaser for the fall musical, Beauty and the Beast. The weekend continued with parent-teacher conferences on Saturday the 17th, however due to approaching Hurricane Ana, parent teacher conferences, the away football game, and Pumpkin Patch were canceled. Despite the disruption, the entire HPA community came together to ensure that a rescheduled Pumpkin Patch went off without a hitch on October 26th, drawing the biggest crowd in HPA history. With a new bracelet system in place, over 10,000 people from the community descended on the HPA campus. Over $100,000 was raised to support programs at HPA and Pumpkin Patch was deemed a tremendous success.

N oor Sarwar and Sabrina D isney working the track team booth.


A keiki from the community getting his face painted.

A nela DeAguiar, A llie Freitas, and Lokelani C hing performing a beautiful hula to open Pumpkin Patch.

R ei Fujita and Tina H w ang serving acai bowls for the Student Help Student Club.

Kirara Kiki K ozum a and Annika Lcpik helping guide horse rides for kids.

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lick teaser for the upcoming production o f Beauty d the Beast. Above right: T he musical theater class |ยงjtm ing "Magic T o Do" from Pippin.

HA m a im Performing Arts Left: Keisuke A nzai and his mother, having a parent-teacher conferencew ith Keisuke's English teacher Mrs. Johnson, in Taylor Com m ons on Friday morning.

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| Senior Jacob McCafiferty explaining his iBoat hydrophone whale m onitor platform to his parents. I Jacob's project was a result o f his independent science research in the HPA Energy Lab.

was able to meet people that I thought I wouldn't have the opportunity to meet face toface, such as the headmaster, teachers, and administration. " -M r. K im , father o f Seungyou K im '17 from S outh Korea. Left: Sophomore Janelle

Laros and her mother, heading to an afternoon class after a lunch break.

Fivni left to right: Christopher W hitfield, C hloe Garfinkle, A lice Patig, O livia Crowl, Catharine Gussman. Erika H orton, Hanako Haitsuka, D ylan Ryan, Jordan Grainger.

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Janelle Laros and Marin Y o u n g rocking out with their pajamas and crazy hair.

Tacky Tourist Day

Mailani N eal, Sabrina D isney, and Teia K noll catching a gnarly wave on Tacky Tourist Day.

Celebrity Day

Amy Fowler and Sheldon Cooper, from the TV show "Bi{ Bang Theory", paying a visit to the upper campus science building in the bodies o f Pom ai W ise and Gabrielle E w ing.


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Fostvedt dressing up as blond twins. 1 M ason D u P on t mixing work and play. W eixing N ie as the infamous Shia LaBeouf and Ian Laude as the famous Shia LaBeouf.

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From top: Braden K ojim a, Elyse Fujioka, and Jessica O h, as charming triplets. A nna Juan, C ourtney Barro-K ilm ede, and T aim ane Kamaka showing their Ka Makani pride. Savannah Cochran and Hanako Haitsuka perpetuating stereotypes on Tacky Tourist day.



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alia Brow n and Jake Frogley putting on their serious ;cs before an intense game o f rugby on Tw in Day.


Malia B ecker as Jack Skellington from the movie "The N ightmare Before Christmas."

Christian M oniz and Ariana D atta mimicking the painting "The Kiss" by Gustav Klimt.

From left to right: T eah Van Bergen and Asset Yessenzhan twinning as brother and sister.

Adam D unham riding his donkey to flagpole. Tucker H iggins wearing his Family Guy pajamas. John Paulo Ortega and N ik W inkler as happy Hawaii twins.

Left: N ana U en o and Erina Baudat as Japanese tourist arriving to HPA after a long flight from Tokyo, Japan.

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Bradley, Olivia B eckham , and Taylor Gage as the characters from Disney's wildly popular film "Frozen."

TALE AS OLD AS TIME*** BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Everyone loves a Disney classic. Nothing is more enchanting than watching the theater’s curtain come up on a quiet town or illustrious castle that you’ve known since you were a child; the first few bars of a delightful melody peal through the audience, and you are whisked away into a fantastical land of wonder, magic, and love by characters whose job it is to captivate you beyond your wildest dreams. Such was the aim of the cast of the 2014 fall production. In what was considered the most successful HPA musical in recent memory, students participated in every step o f the process by creating the set in technical director Jared Terpak’s wood shop class or running the lighting and sound boards as part of the after-school musical rehearsals. Students sewed costumes for the cast, organized props and set pieces, painted the landscape backdrops, and provided the musical accompaniment for the performances. All of this student collaboration allowed the cast members to shine on stage. Whether it was starring ingenue Eliana Kaplan as Belle singing her way through classics like “Home,” “A Change in Me,” or “Something There,” or engaged choms members dressed as utensils doing jazz squares during the show-stopping “Be Our Guest,” the show dazzled from beginning to end and delighted members of four sold-out Waimea audiences; the Ka Makani Players’ production of Beauty and the Beast will be remembered for years to come.

1.Miller W hite, as CJaston, trying to w oo Eliana Kaplan, as Belle. 2.Makena H ardwick, as the Enchantress, casting her spell. 3.The mob getting scared after finding out about the Beast. 4. T he utensils o f the casde welcoming Belle as their guest. 5.Tanner R iley, as Lumiere, flirting w ith his featherduster girlfriend, Jessica A inslie, as Babette.

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' Curious§ brave, a n d kind." -Eliana Kaplan 15 (Belle)

'Growling, emotional, a n d misunderstood ." -Calvin Chans '15 (The Beast)

“Arrogant, beautiful, a n d tenacious.' -M ille r W hite '15 (Gaston)

'Sassy, fabulous, a n d spirited.’ •Leilani Bostock '15 (M adam e de la Grande Bouche)

"Dramatic, uptight, a n d loyal.' -Colby Camero '17 (C o g sw o rth )

"Loving, wise, a n d spunky.' -Haley K aip o lan i H ubbard '15 (M rs. Potts)

1. Eliana Kaplan, as Belle, and Calvin Chang, as die Beast, celebrating his transformation back to a prince w ith a dance. 2. Eliana Kaplan, as Belle, talking w ith her father John Paulo Ortega, as Maurice. 3. Harm ony Graziano, Elyse Fujioka, Kathryn Byrnes and Makena Hardwick, as napkins, dancing the can-can during "Be O u r Guest," 4. W olfgang Brennan, as Lefou, and Miller W hite, as Gaston, arguing over his pursual o f Belle.



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Dr. R a v a g lia 's Hall

"A community o f young men, with different temperaments, talents, and convictions, but who share a common interest in living together respectfully and cooperatively."

UEUI "This hall is unique, bright, dynamic, engaged, loyal, I caring, comical, patient, loud, active, and at times, a super smelly fam ily."

M s. Tichotslcy's Hall

"This hall is a diversified \group o f awesome young men, men with incredible talents. They come from all over the | world and seem to be a pretty good cohesive bunch. '

W h a t happens when you suddenly throw ) rival communities together into unclaimed itory? Well, let’s just say the expected clash ■ w een the members of Perry-Fiske Hall in its ■mgural year was a bit underwhelming. No amis ■ re taken, no casualties were incurred or ■pensed, and none of the operations planned l e r the summer were executed. Instead of Ittling, there was bonding; student after student ■allowed his Hartwell’s hubris or Robertson’s lentm ent for the good of his new home. I Even in its infancy, Perry-Fiske Hall has Brgeoned into the sort o f supportive and ■riching community HPA hopes to offer all of its ■ ren t and future attendees. From ping-pong in I p commons to late nights and early mornings I kh the books to the uproarious applause that fills I ph dorm meeting, Perry-Fiske Hall has made I >re of everyone who has had the privilege of I ning its ranks. It serves as a testament to human Innection and compassion as young adults


representing countless countries, cultures, and causes have converged to form a great environment for boys on their way to becoming men. How has all o f this come about? Well, when about a hundred students and faculty take it upon themselves to look out for ways they can invest in a community, all of the little things they do for one another add up to something quite extraordinary. With a clean slate from which to work, the members of Perry-Fiske have striven to do it right. Though no fledgling family is free of its bumps and bruises, Perry-Fiske Hall serves as a second home in both the physical and metaphysical senses of the term. HPA’s upper dorm is on its way to greatness. “United W e Are,” and, therefore, caring we are, and, though it doesn’t need to be said, proud and excited we are, to begin the Perry-Fiske era at HPA.

"This dorm is awesome. I really enjoy living in it because you always have people to hang out with. It is a place where brothers are m ade." Yerd en S u ra g a n o v '18 Kazakhstan

"An awesome dorm with a lot o f jo y and unforgettable memories. The dorm has become my second home. I definitely have a fam ily here." Dylan N g a n g o D ik o b o



t energy o f happiness erry-Fiske is always it keeps me positive ughout the challenging ■.Stay awesome and <up the good work." Riccardo Fa/co '16 Germ any

"Perry-Fiske is a paramount place, where the town vans stop by and laughter rarely stops. Perry-Fiske represents the energy o f H PA ." S eu n g y o u Kim '1


South Korea

“ Unless you have been to boarding-school w hen you are very young, it is absolutely impossible to appreciate the delights o f

"Perry-Fiske is an entertaining combination o f guys that are equally weird and interesting. The most entertaining thing is we argue all the time." Christopher Rowe '16 Jam aica

living a t home. ”

-R oland Dahl

"Perry-Fiske is an extremely active dorm. It's incredible because there's always positive energy and an adventurous spirit." W eix in g N ie '16 China

"Living in Perry-Fiske Hall is fu ll o f excitement. I had a great dorm life throughout my high school career. Thank you guys." ueisuk e A n za i '15


m top, clockwise: T yler A lt, N ik W inkler and Casim ir D ahroiich doing a group study session during nightly study hall. Senior


fects that kept law and order in Perry-Fiske w ith love and compassion included from top, left to right) Keisuke A nzai, Junichi nakata, V ictor Lee, Jacob A nderson, and Kanoa Chobany. Front row: H ideyoshi Akai, Justas Gecas, C olin Yates, iah Kramer and W ayne Lin. D avid W estervelt and dorm parent Mr. Kilkenny sharing a light mom ent in the commons Ba during study hall. Senior Jason Jarrett enjoying some solitude in the upper commons. The m en o f Perry-Fiske dressed and ■tdy for a M onday formal dinner.

"It's a great group o f guys that are really close. In this dorm there is never a dull moment. I'm always entertained by the great group o f guys here."

KanoaC h o b a n y '15 Hilo. Haw aii

tlome Away From tlome tip b ert/o n flat "This dorm has always been a perfect balance o f working and I having fun. I'm glad I got to share 3 Vffiy last year with the Robertson family." -K ira ra K ozu m a (K iki) '15 Robertson Hall sits on the hill betwed Perry-Fiske and Carter Halls. Robertson] is a combination of different cultures, fl which makes Robertson so unique. NigM in Robertson can range from being noisy and full o f life to being calm and serene.: Everyone in Robertson’s works together) to create a sense o f family; everyone is accepted. Weekends in Robertson are crazy: commons are always filled with students] from the other dorms, whether they are watching a soccer game or playing boOT game. Robertson is always filled with life. Although the community ideals and family bonds last forever, physical changes in Robertson have been made, I including the addition of returning dornt parent Ms. Kamrow, renovation of both the girls’ and boys’ bathrooms, and the ”, switching of halls. The girls now are on Mr. McKenna’s and Ms. Kamrow’s halls and the boys are now on Mr. Braithwaite's and Ms. Johnson’s hall. 1 Special activities in Robertson include celebrating birthdays, roasting marshmallows in the fireplace, having : dorm barbeques, and bonding gym activities. All of these things make Robertson truly an amazing place.

From top, clockwise: The entire dorm gathering in the commons area. Miller W hite working on his com puter during study hall. Marin Y oung,

Brittani Boora, and R ow an K otner surfing the internet during a break from nightly study hall.

Is Robertson hall special? If so, why? 7 think Robertson dorm is amazing, it’s like a bigfam ily. I found lots o f new friends within weeks and it made mefeel like I was home, even i f I wasn't. "

What kind of fruit best describes Robertson hall and why?

Did living on a freshman hall your first year of boarding help you?

"Pomegranate! A ll the seeds are lined up in a circle and we're like a fam ily ."

"It made it so I could get closer to people in m y grade, and boarding hasbeen a lot o f Jun . "




Rome, Italy

Tokyo, Japan

Honolulu, Hawaii

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\ O livia B e c k h a m Kamrow's Hall Seward, Alaska

A dam D unham Braithwaite & Johnson's Hall Temecula, California

E lla K o tn e r McKenna's Hall Kealakekua, Hawaii

K irara K o z u m a (Kiki) Kamrow's Hall Tokyo, Japan

L auren Sullivan McKenna's Hall Shanghai, China

M iller W hite Braithwaite & Johnson's Hall Spokane, W ashington

Top row, from left to right: E lla K o tn e r, L au ren Sullivan, G iulia P icardo, Louisa D u g g a n , B ritta n i B oora, L ana P oljak, and A lexa M o ntenegro. Front row: N a n a U eno, A laina B radley, M elia C hobany, R o w an K otner, and M arin Y o u n g .

From top, from left right: M alia B ecker, A riella G aringer, Allie Freitas, E rina

B audat, O livia B eck h am , A m b e r R ogers, K irara K o z u m a (K iki), Jacyn L ibarios, Leslie Sung, Y ue W u, M iina S him izu, Sydney B o n h am , J i Y eon O h, K ieu -G ian g N guyen, C laire C hey, and C h e W ang.

otn top, clockwise: A laina B rad ley leading a cheer for McKenna's hall at the end o f a hall meeting.

ieu-G iang N g u y e n typing away on her com puter during study hall. Jac y n L ibarios making brighdy lored flash cards for Spanish class. A m b e r R o g ers, Sydney B o n h am , and A llie F reitas collaborating on a oject together during study hall.

From top, from left to right: A dam D u n h a m , M ichael J o h n Ilagan-L eB lanc.

S an d er E lliott, K ento T o m ita , Jac o b G rim m e, A kihiko U eno. Z ich u n X ia, R yuji T ak ao k a. M iller W hite. Asset Y essenzhan. N icholas B yram . E th a n Jam e s, and C h en g -W e i H su.



Ifyouhadtosinga songonAmericanIdol whatwoulditbe?

Ifyouwereananimal whatwoulditbeand why?

"Dani California by The Red Hot Chili Peppers."

"A sea turtle because they live long."

Whatisyourfavorite dormsnack? "Kimchi bowl."

SydneyCooper'16 California

SnehaNair'18 Jamaica

TinaHwang'15 Taiwan

S c h o m H a ll "The Schom Hall houses the exuberant freshmen girls, along with their patient and loving senior prefects. Although our hall may be the smallest in size, they make up fo r it in positive energy, a zest fo r life, and neverending giggle sessions. Having thefreshmen ' together on the hall hasformed strong foundational bonds that will last throughout their high school careers. The prefects N ik k i and Noe are always there to provide guidance and support. "

-Mrs. Schom Jarxrill H a ll "Jawill's hallway in Carter's dormitory has such an internationalfair with girlsfrom China, Canada, Kazakhstan, Japan, South Korea, Italy, Taiwan, Germany and the Big Island. It is such a pleasure to work with such a mixture o f different cultures. W e are blessed this year to have two wonderful prefects Taylor and Alina who help keep our hallway safe and exciting. M y wife Carolyn and I are very happy to be part o f these young ladies lives here at H P A . "

-Mr.Jarvill T o y a C o llin s H a ll "For my first year as a dorm parent at H P A , I could not have askedfor a bettergroup o f ladies to share m y hall with! I love that our hall has a m ix o f freshmen through seniors, as well as a wonderful balance o f ladiesfrom the Big Island and students from all over the world! Toga H all has students from Kazakstan, China, and Taiwan to name a few . I feel so lucky to have this group of outstanding young ladies in m y life!"

-Ms. TogaCollins W m v n e f H a ll "Some say we're loud, but I'm proud o f our crowd. W e get good grades, close our shades, and always have laughs in spades. Civility is how we roll, studying hard takes its toll, but being nice and following rules is easy like a Sunday stroll. O ur meetings run long, our participation is strong and in class we are rarely wrong. O ur prefects, Tina and Alua keep us in line so late lights are usuallyfine. We enjoy each other and get work done, living on Wowner hall sure isfu n . “

-Mr. Wawner

Clockwisefrom top left: An in costume M r. W aw n e r keeping a watchful eye on his hail durin a Halloween open dorm night. J o rd a n Z a ra te trying to find a wireless signal on the TogaCollins hall. C arola A bdalla Said at the first D orm W ar o f the year. Prefects for 2015 « welcoming new students to Carter Hall.

All boarding students returned to a new dorm experience this year with the flipping of the boys’ and girls’ dorms. Fifty ladies arrived at the newly named and newly decorated Carter Hall for a new adventure in a new space. From Hilo to Alaska and Kona to Kazakhstan, the ladies of Carter Hall represent a beautiful diversity o f thought, outlook, and experience. Carter Hall boasts thinkers, dancers, hikers, singers, debaters, runners, photographers, turtle-taggers, dreamers, jet-setters, decorators, problem-solvers, mischief-makers, bakers, and creators, to name a few. This diversity has enabled unlikely friendships, cultural exchanges, and the broadening of minds.

Under the direction of dorm J head Sarah Schom, dorm parents are always available to offer support, advice, homework help, 01 a cup o f hot cocoa. The girls can count on Mrs. Clark for a cheerful smile, Ms. Toga for Patriots Pride and treat-filled movie nights, Mr. Schom for a laugh or impromptu ,, singing session, Mr. Wawner for | the latest sports-as-life vernacular, Kumu Malani for her loving kindness, Coach T for softball and handstand tips, Mr. Jarvill for mechanical instruction and straight-forward advice, Mrs. O'Leary for college counseling and Chinese to English translating, and Mrs. Jarvill to heal all aches, pains, and ills. The spirit of the dorm made it easy for the girls to call it home after only a short year.

Doyoubelievein BigFoot? \Dorit talk about my I brother that way!"

JanelleLaros'17 Kona, Hawaii

Whatisyourfavorite countryandwhy? "Mexico, because my grandpa lives there and it is very beautiful with the beaches and the pyramids."

LillySchmidt-Tophoff'17 Germany

Ifyoucouldbeanice­ creamflavor, whatwould itbe? "Mint Chocolate Chip."

NoePetrill-Abrojina'15 Ka'u, Hawaii

Sisters Before Misters

N ahe T ex eira

M r. S c h o m and Z o e M cG innis

| *0hrowfrom left to right; Ivy C o n ley , N ik k i J o h n s to n , M ak en a H a rd w ic k , A lina Sabyr, A m elia C asey, A lohi C h am bless, E liana K aplan, N oe P e trill-A b ro jin a , A riane T aylor G age, Third row: C o ach T , Jee y o o n K im , K ako Ito , C h ristine Im , Kayla ihnson, M aya S m ig el, S ien n a Levine, Sydney C o o p e r, A bigail R iley , A nnaliese E v e re tt, Lilly S c h m id t-T o p h o ff, M rs. S c h o rn . Second row: K iana Sasaki, D yllan M illar, Janelle kros, S abrina M arvin , Q ia n h u i Z h e n , Sora H a taji, K u u lei Ic h ish ita , Z o e M cG in n is, J o rd a n L ocklin, J o rd a n Z a ra te . First row: K iele W ise, H o p e W oods, N ahe T exeira, S neha air, E lisab eth P e z z u to , M ari C a m a c h o , Jin g y i L iu, Y u x in D u , A liya S m ig el, K risten C o le-L an ier, M aria Y a m ad a , A ya Serikova.

laH y u n Sarah K im , R ei F u jita, C h lo e Jin g y i X ia n g , T in a H w an g , A lua Ju m ab a y e v a , Sarah T o g a -C o llin s.

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"You don't have to be fast but you'd better be fearless." -Christopher McDougall





Three captains led the boys cross country team in the fall 2014 season: senior Jacob McCafferty, senior Mason DuPont, and junior Nathan Ladwig. Coached by the boys cross country coaches: veteran Lupe Diaz, Upper School mathematics, and new coach Mike Donnelly, Assistant Director of Admissions, the boys strove to retain their BIIF title and yearned for something more. The boys of the HPA cross country team exemplify endurance. Whether it was eight-mile runs at Puako in heat and humidity or the team “favorite” of buses on the track nearly every Wednesday, the muchachos were expected to perform to the best of their abilities. The varsity leaders illustrated this determination and it was exemplified by Nate Ladwig doing every mile on the long slow distance days. Additionally, runners like Chris Whitfield who, despite struggling mid-season, came back to run on the state qualifying team. It was a combination o f talent, hard work, and sheer determination that led the boys team to winning the BIIF title on their home turf. The JV team managed a perfect score of fifteen points with excellent performances from all team members. Inspired by their teammates’ outstanding performances, the boys varsity team went on to achieve a Division II victory by more than forty points, bringing a BIIF banner back to the school for a second year in a row. The following week was the HHSAA state competition and the boys traveled to Oahu to achieve something that had not been done by a boys cross country team at HPA since 1995. Hopes were high and the Journey song “Don’t Stop Believing” perfectly described the Ka Makani boys' season finish. The boys cross country team brought home the Division II State championship trophy the next day to the windy and rainswept hills of Waimea. With fresh faces on the varsity team and more up and coming runners, the chances of another HPA cross country dynasty have never looked better.

Principal photography by Tony McCafferty

Top row, from left to right: K ailer G arcia, M ateo B atol, C havis A rafiles, K ai M iller, M ason D u P o n t, Jacob M cC afferty, N a th a n L adw ig, H ideyoshi Altai, J u a n M iche R osales, D avy R ag lan d , D aniel M atsuda, W illiam Savage, Sean D o n n e lly , and T rista n Sienkiew icz. Middle row: K eisuke A nzai, V au g h n V an Kiri C h risto p h e r W hitfield, G h a rin P a u tz , D ane Francis, B lake W in sto n , A sa T w ig g -S m ith , B randon M elto n , and J o h n P e rry . Front row: M alco lm D avis, T u c k e r H iggins, A lexander C histyakov, Lupe Diaz P a tric k H u m e y , P a u A lvarez, W ayne L in, J o sh u a P a tte rso n , M atth ew V azq u ez, and D an iel C ohen.

"I'm going to miss my teammates and the camaraderie."

"The scenery and the trees, I think about life actually."

Jacob McCafferty

Josh u a Patterson

V a u g h n V a n K irk at the Cancfire race. Above: G h a rin P a u tz and J u a n


M iche R osales running through harsh weather conditions at a HPA home meet. Left: HPA's boys varsity team w inning the 2014 HHSAA Division II state tide. The championship team included: M ateo B atol, W illiam Savage, C h risto p h e r W hitfield, V au g h n V an K irk, C oach D iaz, T ristan Sienkiew icz, B ra n d o n M elto n , Jac o b M cCafFerty, D aniel C o h en , P a tric k H u m e y , N athan L adw ig, and M alcom D avis.

atric k H u rn e y runninj

"Teamwork? Cooperation? MUCHACHO!"

"I thought it would be a good experience and it would help me get in shape. " is*


Right: S avannah C o ch ran smiling

her way through the pain. Clockwise from right: T a n ia D u P o n t giving

N a n a U e n o a big hug o f support before a home open BIIF race.

Below: Freshman standout A da B en so n finishing strong at an HPA home meet.

T o v e F ostvedt smiling with joy after finishing the grueling HPA course. Ka Makani wahine warming up before heading to the starting line.

What's the biggest transition in this year's cross country team? "The different mind sets and the brand new coaches." -Savannah Cochran '16

What's one thing that will never change about HPA's girls cross country team? "The motivation to improve individually and as a team." -Tola Mahoney '17

What's your favorite moment or event from this season?

A houe: K risten N ielsen and M egan C annifF working together towards the top o f the Taj.

"My favorite moment was at the end o f the season when the senior captains made everyone on the team cards. It was really inspiring! "

A I hwc: M ailani N eal and Jo rd a n Zarate

running as a pack on HPA's home course.

-Sneha Nair '18

K a M a k a r t W a h u ie S e n io r *

Top row, from left to right: T a n ia D u P o n t, A liya S m igel, J o rd a n Z arate, T e h a n i C arter, T o v e Fostvedt, E lisabeth P e z zu to , A da B en so n , Sienna B yrne, S neha N air, A shley Souza, Z o e M cG innis. Middle row: T o la M ahoney, N an a U eno, A bigail R iley, M aya Sm igel, M arlie M andaguit, A lice P atig , K risten N ielsen, Jan elle Laros. Front row: M egan CannifF, M ailani N eal, Leila M orrison, Ella K o tn er, T e ia K noll, S abrina D isney, A riella G aringer, L ana P oljak, L au ren Sullivan.

Megan Canniff

Sabrina Disney

Ariella Garinger

A new year with new coaches meant new possibilities for the girls’ cross country team. Leaving the past behind and looking into the future, the team was ready to embrace change. Mr. Higgins and Mrs. Craven stepped up to the plate and became the new coaches of the 2014 girls’ cross country team. Coming back from summer trained and prepared, veterans and newcomers alike were ready to push themselves at the start of the season. W hether it was 400 repeats along the track or climbing up the monstrous Taj, nothing was going to stop the girls from pushing their limits. The team never failed to embrace new runners and shape them into true athletes. The girls finished the season with a varsity Division IB U F title for the seventh consecutive year. The seven

varsity girls placed in the top 13 out of 134 girls. In the B.I.I.F. open race, junior Nana Ueno finished first with junior Sienna Levine not far behind; as she took second place overall. Six other HPA runners followed the two leaders, leading HPA’s open team to total domination and a perfect score. They showed that this team still embodies the power of the long red line and the strength that will continue for years to come.



Division 1 Champions

Above: S avannah C o ch ran , A da B enson, Sienna Levine, Sabrina D isney, Leila M orrison, T o v e F ostvedt, and Z o e M cG innis alter the HHSAA State Championships on O'ahu. The girls finished ninth overall in the state o f Hawaii. ribove: S abrina D isn ey and A d a B en so n racing in sync

In a meet at Kualoa, O'ahu.

Teia Knoll

Ella Kofner

Above: M aya S m ig el holding a strong pace at the Kamehameha course.

Leila Morrison

Mailani Neal

Lana Poliak

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From top left, clockwise: Caleb Kagawa running the baljj

against Kaniehanieha. C olin Yates bringing down aj Konawaena receiver. Jake Frogley, Kanoa Chobanyi Alexander Brost, Isaiah Kamaka, and Anthony Palleschi lining up against Waiakea. Kanaikai Gaughen sacking the Kaniehanieha quarterback. whil Caleb Kagawa plays a supporting role. Isaiah Kamaka and A nthony Palleschi pulling down the Honokaa quarterback. Luke Pow ers tackling a Waiakea running back. From top left, clockwise: Ka Makani coming together after a great win on the road. Caleb

Kagawa showing sportsmanship to a Konawaena player. Kanoa C hobany and Alexander Brost getting ready for a big game. Ka Makani players hydrating before a game. Seniors embracing their last home game o f the season. The offense coming together during a game.

TOUGH, TOGETHER, TODAY By head coach Jordan Hayslip

"Football requires physical and mental toughness. This year's H P A football team developed toughness during preseason camp, lifting weights, running hills, and running 106s. They developed toughness through the challenging early season schedule and won their fin a l three games heading into the playoffs." Captains Koa Ellis, Jr., Caleb Kagawa, Pom ai W ise, and N icky Palleschi walking out for the coin toss at a home game.

"Successfulfootball teams are the ones that learn to work together. This year's team began the year with many new starters. Individuals learned to work together in practice and play together in games."

"Every day presents a new opportunity to improve. This year's team worked to improve every day it took the field. Every practice and every game players worked to improve. ”

Koa Ellis, Jr. splitting Kealakehe's defense and heading for a touchdown.

C oach Paoa giving a serious talk to N oah W ise and John Freitas during a crucial home game.

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'It's not about the size o f the dog in thefight, it's about the size o f thefight in the dog" -Jordan Hay slip



\omfourth row, left to right: C o ac h K iaka G au g h en , C o ac h J o rd a n H ayslip, L u k e F ields, M ichael J o h n Ilagan-L aB lanc, M ichael tanano, H e n ry M adeen , G riffin H e ad , S tev en G u p p y , C o ac h K e o n i P ao a, C o ach G ill. Third row: C o ach F red W aw ner, Flavio liche R osales, K anaikai G au g h en , C h ris to p h e r D e Salvo, N o a h W ise, J u stin P e rry , A lexander W inters, E th a n Stake, C urtis IcM ackin, C o ac h K arl N o a h , Second row: B rad ley W h ite , D y llo n C h in g , J o h n Freitas. A lexander B rost, A n th o n y Palleschi, istin S m rke, K e n n y D u p u is, E rik G race, A d a m K e n n o n , D a v id W estervelt. First row: N icky P alleschi, Eiji T o m ita , Isaiah Iramer, K an o a C h o b a n y , C o lin Y ates, K o a E llis, J r . , L u k e Po w ers, Isaiah K am ak a. C aleb K agaw a, P o m a i W ise, Jak e F rogley Managers T e h a n i G rasso, M elia C h o b an y , A nela D e A g u iar and junior athletic trainers G abrielle E w in g , B ritta n i B oora, and T a im a n e K am aka.

K anaikai G a ughen grabbing the Kamehameha quarterback and pulling him down for a Ka Makani sack.

It’s the last play of the season. 250pound offensive lineman, Luke Powers, lines up at the running back position. The ball is snapped, and the game clock ticks down to zero. The team blocks for Powers as he fulfills his season-long dream and thunders forward for a first down. In this moment, Luke’s teammates block for him and bathe him in a spotlight never previously given to the lineman. This moment captures the essence of this year’s football team. They are a team. Throughout this year’s football season, our boys have exemplified the true meaning of tenacity. Brothers on and off the field, the boys captured the essence of what it means to both persevere and to put faith in others. From 60-yard touchdown passes and unexpected wins to heartbreakingly close losses, the players competed as one cohesive unit with tenacity and drive. No matter the score at the end o f the match, each member of the team pushed the others to cross the goal line, convert on 3rd and long, and establish a sense of grit rooted in brotherhood. It was this act of pushing and boosting one another that propelled our team’s players to be the best, most motivated versions of themselves. As spectators, we in the crowd had the distinct opportunity to observe the players as they pushed each other in practice, pushed each other through every game, and eventually pushed each other to tears as the season came to a close with the brothers banding together to guide Luke Powers past the first down marker. With the posters that now line the player’s bedrooms and the chants that may forever be stuck in our heads, their spirit and their endless passion carry on into all facets of the HPA community.

Four year player K anoa C hobany, side stepping Kamehameha's defense for a first down.

Above: The Ka Makani W ahine Volleyball Team cheering after winning a match against the Honokaa Dragons. Right, from top to bottom: A laina B rad ley and H aley D o w putting up a wall against a Honokaa

attack. A n n a J u a n placing the volleyball into the hole o f the Waiakea defense. G abrielle E w in g digging up a ball for a pass to her setter.

HUSTLE and HEART k jx Wla.knit W oU m ijslthfaM £015 The Ka Makani wahine volleyball team started their season on August 4, two weeks before the school year started. After graduating seven seniors the previous year, there were only four returnees to the team. The rest of the team consisted of seven first-year varsity players moved up from the junior varsity team and two first-year volleyball players. Head coach Sharon Peterson knew this season would be a challenge. With their lack of experience, the expectations for the team were low, but the lack of experience was countered by each girl's hustle and heart. Every day, the players showed up ready to play and eager to learn. All fourteen were determined to improve, work hard, and exceed expectations. The girls knew that they would have to step up their game if they wanted a successful season. First year varsity player Haley Dow '16 said, "I knew I had to work hard every second of every practice if I wanted to achieve anything." This type of feeling was mutual among all players o f the Ka

Makani volleyball squad. All girls knew that they were o n the court for a purpose. Co-captain Gabrielle Ewing recalls many practices when her teammates would say something like “Do it again,” “Hit it to me again,” or “Let me try it one more time.” The mindset of always wanting to improve and always wanting to try and try again carried the team through the season. Emma Taylor, firstyear volleyball player, remembers players running down balls that seemed to be out of reach, but were able to salvage the ball for another girl to make a play out of it. The Ka Makani team was always in it, mind, body, and heart or, as Coach Peterson would say, “all in all the time" as the phrase became the team's motto for the year. By the end of the fall season, the volleyball team placed second in the BIIF Conference Tournament, qualified for the HHSAA State Tournament, and won the first round of state playoffs. Without the hustle, heart, and their complete immersion in the game, they could not have accomplished as much as they did.



Courtney Barro Kilmede "It was stressful, but worth every second. "

Lee spiking the volleyball past aiakea W arrior block.

Anna Juan "Hustle and heart is what always set us apart. "

E liza b e th J im setting the ball for her outside hitter.

Gabrielle Ewing "It doesn't take skill to hustle. "

Alaina Bradley "/ was always in it, mind, body, and heart. "

J u lia P e rry and U la B ro stec k getting ready to receive a serve.

Ula Brosteck "It was great to be apart of such a passionate team. *

M cK enzie Stake slamming the volleyball down onto the opposing teams court.

k row, from left to right: U la B ro stek , M ad iso n L ee, A n n a J u a n , M cK en zie Stake, H aley D o w , G abrielle E w in g . Front row, from left to right: A m an d a S m rk e, E lizabeth J im , Ju lia P erry,

m a T a y lo r, K atelyn M cG u in ess, C o u rtn e y B arro K ilm e d e , A llie Freitas.

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A part two visual "how to" guide in how to im m erse oneself into the culture o f H awaii Preparatory Academy]

1.Believeinacause M alia B eck er leading a discussion with the Rainbow Alliance club.

2. Cherishthemoment

M ar lie M an d ag u it giving Mr. Perry a hug after vanning the D II tide.

3. Getinthewater

V au g h n V an K irk shredding the gnar at a top secret location.

4. Supportthehometeam

C hris R o w e willing the home team and crowd to victory.

5.Appreciateyour surroundings

Stop and smell the roses, at least once a day.


Justas G ecas putting in extra time on the basketball court at 6am.


W olfg an g B re n n an , C o lby C am ero , and M iller W h ite in Lost in Yonkers.


W ill W h ite hanging with B ear W aw ner.


K eisuke A nzai delivering an unforgettable speech in Davies Chapel.


M alia B ro w n experiencing snow on Mauna Loa.

11. Haveprideinyourculture

M r. C h en g , Q ian H u i Z h en . Y u x in D u , and A licia C h o w on International Day.

12. Celebrateaccomplishments V era M ah o n ey and Louisa D u g g a n celebrating the HPA girls team winning their BIIF tide.

13. Rockit!

M iina S h im izu bringing the house down w ith her rendition o f a Japanese pop song during International Day.

14. Don'tprocrastinate

Your yearbook arrived on time because o f these hard working and dedicated students.


M ailani N eal delivering her senior independent research project to a room full o f teachers and classmates at the Energy Lab.

16.Learntomultitask Kyle H o llister, A m a n d a S m rk e, and A layna M cG uiness enjoying company while getting work done in Dyer Library.

17. Trysomethingnew First year wrestler A lohi C h am bless winning the BIIF tide in her weight class.

18. Figureoutcalculus

M rs. D a h lq u ist cheering on freshmen in her math class.




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One day a year, our international students organize an incredible day of fun. learning, food, and entertainment This year, the day began with faculty membeis sharing insightful stories about interactions with international students. This was followed by IS workshops, each offered twice by students and faculty , and included opportunities fd students to learn about and participate in a myriad o f activities Irom around the world. Origami. Chinese sugui ait Jamaican dancing, handball, yo )o tea icicnions Maoii culluic. and Makaluki games wcic pi-l a lew ol the actiMties.

1. O livia B ec k h a m and A d am D u n h a m enjoying a traditional Hawaiian game. 2. Paper origami cranes from the Japanese workshop. 3. K arly N o etzel, Sienna B yrne, and M aria M adrid A guera w ith traditional Chinese fans they made in a workshop. 4. Students having fun learning a traditional Korean game 5. The Hawaiian game konane, being played by two students. 6. T a n ia D u P o n t experiencing a Japanese tea ceremony. 7. A group o f students playing a French card game. 8. M iller W hite practicing Chinese calligraphy.

Ovei the three days preceding International Dad many international students spent their entire weekend in the kitchen preparing food for the eagerly awaited luncheon. Jamaican jerked chicken Japanese handmade udon noodles. German schnitzel. French ratatouille and lentil salad. Korea bulgogi. Canadian poutine, Spanish horchata and eeviehe. Chinese spicy chicken, Vietnamese bun cha. Spanish arroz con leche. Lithuanian beet soup Hawaiian kalua pig. Swiss chocolates, Taiwanese bubble tea. and Ka/akhstan potato salad were the international lunch specialties. The day concluded with eight performances of singing and dancing, and a short film allow ing the many talents of our diverse international students to be enjoyed by the HPA community.

1. Japanese students representing their country. 2. C larence C hardeau serving up homemade ratatouille in the French booth. 3. Taylor Commons buzzing with frentic activity during lunch time. 4. A lina Sabyr and Y erden Suragnov representing their home country o f Kazakhstan.

5. H ideyoshi A kai, Ju n ich i M inakata, K eisuke A nzai, and Eiji T o m ita , singing a Japanese song, Sukiyaki. 6. D ylan N g an g o D ikobo leading the dance Papaoutai along w ith N ile R u f and M aya Sm igel. 7. M r. C h en g dancing enthusiastically to Jamaican Dance Hall. 8. Jin z h i W ei, Jingyi Liu, Q ian h u i Z h e n , Y uxin D u , Y ue W u, and W eixing N ie, performing a traditional Chinese song. 9. V iet T u n g D a o and K yung M ook L ee popping and break dancing to a very enthusiastic crowd. 10. A nela D eA guiar and Lyons W o n g dancing hula. 11. Students having fun while dancing Zumba. 12. H a jim e M atsui, Sora F rysinger, and M aria Y am ada singing a famous Japanese song. 13. E th an Z ilz performing his Yo-Yo tricks.

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I P w W Jay, played by W olfgang Brennan, talking with his Aunt Gert, played by Sarah E m m on s, and his brother

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Bella, played by Christine Ocheltree, trying to talk Louie, played by M iller W hite, and the rest o f her family, into letting her marry a 40 year-old movie theater

Grandma Kurnitz, played by Jackson Streiter, throwing water at her daughter Bella, played by Christine O cheltree.

Eddie, played by Ian Laude, explaining how he has to leave and sell scrap nictal to pay off his debts.

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Lost in Yonkers, a Neil Simon director and dramaturge/prop classic, was a perfect choice master. With everyone in sync, for the 2014-2015 winter each actor was given the production. The hilarious play, opportunity to fully develop with a cast of only seven, his or her character. Every cast combines perfectly the member related themselves to comedic and the dysfunctional their role and paid careful as it tells the story o f a family attention to every aspect of living in Yonkers, New York, their character’s personality in 1942. There was a character and physicality, whether it was to relate to for everyone in the learning how to walk stoically production, with a cane or whether it was the fabulously stern German impersonating a 1940s Grandma Kumitz, gangster. Preparing for the wheezing Aunt the play was an Gertrude, the incredibly tiring but thieving Uncle rewarding process and Louie, the “closed the uproarious humor for repairs” Aunt as well as the Bella, or Arty and ■KiernanShipka reflective moments Jay, the two definitely will make teenagers full of Lost in Yonkers a wit and whimsy. favorite winter The cast was. production for many. completely dedicated to each and every second of the production, putting in hours o f extra work with acting techniques and perfecting authentic New York and German accents, Although the production was small, many students participated in building sets through Jared Terpak’s stagecraft class and several even assisted Ms. T in the actual production, Colby C^ircr0tmd assuming the roles of assistant M iller W hite.

"Any day acting is an amazing day."


pw e: C h ristin e O c h e ltre e , W o lfg an g B re n n an , and C o lb y C am ero . Right: W o lfgang te n n a n , C o lb y C a m e ro , la n L au d e, and Jac k so n S treiter.

Eddie 7 thought it was pretty difficult to play my character. I haven't been in any plays before this one. It was hard to get into the role of father of two when I obviously had never experienced that before. Overall it was a reallyfu n experience. " -Ian Laude '17

"While it was hard to play a character who was not developed mentally, it turned out to be like a really good learning experience and challengefor me to expand my acting technique" -C hristine O cheltree '16

7 think this is one of the hardest characters that I've ever done. Learning how to be older than 70 years old while actually being 16 is not an easy job. " -Jackson Streiter '16


Photographs taken by HPA's D igital Photography class from 6 am to 10 pm on W ednesday, March 4, 2013

From top, left to right: Kona bus. M r. W aw n er exercising in the pre-dawn hours. T a k u to T a n a k a contemplating breakfast in Taylor Commons. W ei T a n and H a jim e M atsui leaving breakfast** Jac y n L ibarios pulling breakfast work duty. The Freshman class at class meeting in the gym. K ako Ito talking to M r. K ilkenny outside o f the Social Studies building. T a k u to T a n a k a and Riki N im s practicing present perfect tense in ESL C ontent Bridge class. V au g h n V an K irk jam m ing the ukulele at the pavilion. March 4th was a cold and wet day on the HPA campus. R ow an K o tn e r working on a ceramics project. Freshmen girls in a body image workshop at Casde Lecture Hall for Freshman Foundations. A n n a J u a n working on a poster in 2-D Art. Kayla Johnson, K atelyn M cG uiness, and M cK enzie Stake, checking their current grades w ith M r. E m m o n s in Chemistry. L uke F ield finishing a bookshelf he made in Woodworking. D e m e tria Scoufos and Sienna B y rn e playing a game in M rs. P iercy's Spanish I class.


Ww top, left to right: A nela D e A g u iar, Lyons W ong, Leilani B ostock , and Erik Grace practicing hula in K um u Malani's Hawaiian IV Honors class. B lake W inston. K oa Ellis, J r.. and a im an e Ram aka hanging on the bookstore lanai. Sarah Schulm an and C oco Shafer chilling on the Dan D orman bench during break. Savannah C o ch ran and J u a n M iche Rosales making tzza in the Iron C h ef competition. M ichael Ilagan-LeBlanc, Ethan Jam es, and R yan C ohen eating lunch under the Student U nion lanai. M rs. C lark annotating text in her American iterature class. Mr. B leckel explaining a concept in Astronomy class. Freshmen boys D aniel Groves, M alcom Davis, H enry Madeen. K eanu Y oung, Chavis A rafiles, and Sander Elliott, onnor Varney and A va Jean Johnston, post-prom ask. D avy R agland and Jack S o lo m on displaying the latest and greatest drone at the Energy Lab. M ichael H o debating the merits of (chnology in his independent technology class. N ana U en o and Ivy C onley running sprints during track practice. Ian Laude getting through his T R X w orkout in Weights and Conditionm; larry W right running the lacrosse ball up the field during practice. Sora Frysinger trying to avoid the rain. C oach H iggins making time for conversation. Z o e M cG uiness disembarking tie HPA tow n van. W eixing N ie and W ill W hite enjoying their poke bowls in Waimea town. Claire C hey working oft demerits at dinner. A nnaliese E v e re tt writing a paper durin udy hall in C arter Hall. Sneha N air in her dorm room. R yuji Takaoka and Y erden Suraganov at freshman study hall in Dyer Library. C alvin C hang. K eisuke A nzai. jc * id Eiji T om ita helping India Clarry re-organize Mrs. Clarry's kitchen in Perry-Fiske D orm. M r. Braithwaite pulling night duty and correcting papers in Robertson Hall. 1 7 S j. eu n g y o u K im practicing his clarinet for Ms. Tichotsky's Instrumental class in GPAC.


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"M a k in g the 17-mile roup\ trip to W a im a n u v a M e y ft the first tim e definitelyV?a$ easy, a n d I ca n 't it-wy® painful, b u t it w p s beyon,


w o rth it.'§om ehm es\ye,rie\ to step outsid e oifr'comfdi z o n e in o r d e r to expqrienq tru e a d ve n tu re . -

■Jackson Solqnion

It comes as no surprise that HPA students take their playing very seriously both inside and outside of school. Given a moment’s break from academics, HPA students are quickly exploring the world through their passions. For some, the Big Island lives up to its “big” name. There are waterfalls to swim in, valleys to hike into, cliffs to jum p off of, and, of course, the classic winter swells to ride. For others, the world seems smaller than ever, and they travel to exotic places and take advantage of some o f the mainland’s endless opportunities. At HPA, home isn’t found in a location on a map. Students find homes everywhere around them. This is why students never question the limits of their comfort zones and are curious about the world. Boarders can relate to the everwarming feeling of returning to their geographical home, seeing their families, catching up on some homemade cooking, and walking the streets o f the city that raised them. _ While some may feel that breaks are, in fact, breaks, students never take a break from being passionate. Putting aside the calculators and textbooks/ . students shift.their desire for academic achievements to a desire for achieving the completion of a winter break bucket list. It’s is a time to rest yeur'minds; more often than not, however, students come back to school feeling Both more tired and content with a great story on the tip o f their tongues for A period.

1. Dyllan Millar doing a headstand w ith skis on while skiing at home in Idaho. 2. Adam D unh am working on a fire truck and answering a 3 am call in California. 3. Makena Hardwick visiting her newborn niece, Leanna, in Australia. 4. C hristopher R ow e hanging out at a secret blowhole. 5.Olivia B eckham taking a break from four wheeling on M ount Alice while home in Alaska w ith her dog. 6. Instead o f going back to Germany over break, Lilly S ch m id t-T o p h o ffs sister and brother visited her in Hawaii. 7.Koa Ellis celebrating a successful diving mission off the Kona coast.

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“I spent winter break playing and training with my hockey team. This team is made to be champions. " -Anais Ploufie 'PG

"W inter break was all about exploring the islandfor me. T h e winter swells were great this year so I got some solid waves. I -R eid Austin '15

unichi Minakata

happily enjoying tim e w ith family and friends back lom e in O saka, Japan.

KanoaChobanyexploring caves in H ilo w ith form er visiting H PA student T aru Aitola.

JacobFrogleychecking o u t a coconut beach shack on a beautiful w inter day at M akalawena beach.

HPA Snow Bunnies While living in Hawaii has its sunny benefits, many students took time off to explore a new environment: the snow! Whether students were heading home or seeing the snow for the first time, they took off their usual board shorts and slippers and packed winter coats and scarves. Rei Fujita spent her break doing what most HPA students couldn't even imagine doing without ending up on the ground: successfully iceskating in Japan. Chloe Garffnkle enjoyed some family time in the beautiful mountains of Montana. Coming back to school, the snowswept students forwent the classic winter break tans and opted for a truly white Christmas.

"ah. the places yadll gal1 -Dr. Seuu


And Oh! the places they’ve gone! From the top of Mauna Kea to the valley of Waimanu, the members of Adventure Club have planted their “feet in their shoes” and “steered themselves in the direction they choose,” like Dr. Seuss would want. Open to the entire student body, the Adventure Club is less of a club and more of an experience. Whether you’re bom in Hawaii or live at HPA thousands of miles away from home, you can take this opportunity to experience the wonders of the island. Adventurers spend their weekends planting trees on the slopes of Mauna Kea, hiking to Halape with Ms. Johnson, or jumping off the cliffs at the southernmost point of the US with Mr. Kilkenny. Trips range from two mile walks to Makalawena’s long white sand beach to hiking through 18 miles, of gulches to Waimanu Valley. The hikes can be grueling, but adventurers find the journey to be an inspirational sort of torture as their muddied and 170

blistered feet guide them through the majesty of the forest floor. Whether they’re on Mauna Kea, at Kiholo Bay, or exploring Halape, students experience Hawaii with warm laughter and backpacks full of trail mix and sea shell mementos. Although the Adventure Club craves adrenaline, it consistently gives back to its community and the land. Paired with Kohala Watershed Project, the club participates in reforestation projects along the Kohala Coast. Students learn not only about the land on which we live but also of each other’s cultures. During her most recent trip to Waimanu, Hilo native and Adventure Club member Alohi Chambless picked ‘opihi from ocean rocks, and Chris Rowe of Jamaica harvested and roasted ‘ulu from the tropical forest. The adventurers spent the night huddled around the campfire snacking on ‘opihi, ‘ulu, and s’mores. Their zero-impact environmental policy extends only as far as their backpacks as each journeyman returns to school with pink cheeks, dirty feet, and a greater sense of place and triumph.

iwhal is the purpose of ndueuture club? "To provide opportunities fo r students to explore the natural w orld o f H aw aii and beyond through adventure trips and service . "

-Jamie Johnson

"The w orld outside the classroom was calling m e! I think that sharing the am azing learning environm ent is good f o r students to step into to."

-John Kilkenny

From top left, clockwise: The Halape

H iking Crew. C h risto p h e r R ow e getting vertical on a coconut tree. A group o f hikers having fun. M iller W hite and M r. K ilkenny in W aimanu valley. Students gathering around a bonfire on their overnight stay at Kiholo Bay. A nnika and K arika L epik cooling off in a freshwater pool at Kiholo Bay. The Halape hiking crew hiking out after an epic weekend adventure. Julia Perry, T a n ia D u P o n t, A da B enson, R ach el Siebert. and D ylan M illar at a secret waterfall on the Hamakua Coast.

IfhaV makes the Adventure Club unique?

"We go as a com m unity and frien d s on adventures a n d have fu n . We experience the w hole island . "

-Nik Winkler '17

"A dventure club throw s m e out o f the hectic a n d stressful schedule o f school a n d into the calm ing arm s o f the beautiful paradise landscapes w here all m y w orries fa d e away."

-Christopher Rowe '16

"It gives you the opportunity to explore breathtaking places around the island with am azing people fr o m all over the world. It also creates m em ories you '11 never fo rg e t . "

-Sienna Levine '16

"Seeing sides o f the island that boarders like me don't often g et to see.

-Lauren Sullivan '15

T h e A dventure C lub is an island w ide, outdoor, zero waste club w hose adventures include hiking, camping, and beach trips. T h e club is also involved in projects to better o u r surrounding environm ent and com m unity such as reforestation projects.

Back row: M iller W hite, D ylan N g an g o D ikobo, E lla K o th er, T u c k e r H iggins, N o o r Sarw ar, Sydney B o n h am , L au ren Sullivan, C h risto p h e r R o w e, N o a W alker, T y ler A lt, P a u A lvarez, A n n ik a L epik, B rittan i B oora. Middle row: Savannah C o ch ran , Leslie Sung, N ana U eno, S o p h ia M arkstein, C laire Evans, V era M ahoney, M ari C am ach o , E lisab eth P e z zu to , C asim ir D a h ro u c h , Sienna L evine Front row: A riana D a tta , T a n ia D u P o n t, M atth ew V azquez, A sset Y essenzhan, M aya Sm igel, A lice Patig. A liya R ac h e l Sm igel, N ik k i Jo h n sto n , and Jo sh u a P atterso n .

T h e H P A Am erican R e d Cross C lub does fundraisers all year long, w ith the proceeds going to people and places in need. T h e club certifies m em bers and the public in specific C P R training, as well as offering lifeguard and first aid training. T h e club also does a m inim um o f three volunteer w ork days a year. Back row: T y ler A lt, C laire Evans, H a n a k o H aitsu k a, M cK enzie Stake, Jessica A inslie, C asim ir D a h ro u c h , N o a W alker, N ik k i J o h n sto n , J o sh u a P a tte rso n Middle row: H o n u T e a o T e R a'i A k a u -N g u y en , E lizab eth J im , K ieran W iese G ibson, S o p h ia M arkstein, Savannah C o ch ran , A lice P a tig , A llie Freitas, A m b e r R o g ers, Lousia D u g g an . Front row: N an a U eno, M aya S m igel, A liya R ac h e l Sm igel, T a n ia D u P o n t, N o e P etrill-A b ro jin a, A lina Sabyr, and M atth ew V azq u ez.

T h e m ain purpose o f the C hinese C ulture C lub is spreading awareness o f the C hinese language, culture, and arts. T h e club ran several successful learning w orkshops durin g International Day, featuring calligraphy and fan painting.

Back row: Kaili Y uen, A lice P atig , A licia C how , Sarah E m m o n s, K a th ry n B yrnes, K ean n a L undy Front row: D an iel M atsu m o to , Jin z h i W ei, A sset Y essenzhan, T a n n e r R iley, and M iller W h ite.

H abitat for H um anity is a club that is involved w ith the W est Hawaii C hapter o f the H abitat for H um anity Charity. T here are trips during weekends.

Back row: N o e P e trill-A brojina, P au A lvarez, A nnika Lepik, Sienna Levine. Middle Row: L auren Sullivan, Jo sh u a

P a tte rso n , N ikki Jo h n sto n , C h risto p h e r R ow e, B rittan i B oora, E m m a O stre m Front row: Leslie Sung, K ieu-G iang N guyen, and A lice P a tig

he H awaiian C lub has m any com m unity service and :cursion opportunities. T h e club strives to help lpuna in the com m unity, w hile focusing on field trips at perpetuate H awaiian culture and language. T he ub also has a halau that perform s at m any official H PA rents, including P um pkin Patch, International Day, id Friday Chapel.

ick row: O livia Kai B eck h am , Allie Freitas, K u m u M alani. ilom e T ufaga, M cK enzie Stake. Front row: A dam

u n h a m , L okelani C hing, N oe P e trill-A brojina, A nela eA guair, and T a im a n e K am aka

HPA's Investm ent C lub strives to connect to the global m arketplace , w hile teaching the fundam ental skills needed for participating in the N ew Y ork Stock Exchange.

Back row: M iller W hite, T u c k e r H iggins. D aniel M atsu m o to , N o a W alker Front row: Jin z h i W ei. Joshua

P a tte rso n , W eixing N ei, J o h n P erry, Ian Laude, Alicia C how , and K eanna Lundy.

T h e m ain purpose o f HPA's Japanese C lub is to appreciate and perpetuate the Japanese language and culture. T h e club was very busy during International Day; m em bers n o t only ran a w orkshop on how to conduct a Japanese tea cerem ony in the m orning, they also made udon-noodles from scratch during lunch, “while entertaining the entire school by singing Japanese pop songs in the afternoon.

B ack row: Y uki F u ru sh o , T a k u to T an ak a, R ik i N im s, K osuke S h im am u ra, Ju n ic h i M inakata, H id ey o sh i Akai. Front Row: M iina S h im izu , A n n a M orita, K ako Ito , M aria Y am ada, Sora Frysinger, N ik k i J o h n sto n , and Sora H ataji.

T h e purpose o f the R ainbow Alliance C lub is to bring awareness towards the L G B T (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) com m unity, and to help create a healthy and safe environm ent for all students.

From left to right: Sarah R o u se, O liv er G rayson, and Kaili Y u en . Missing: M alia B ecker.

R obotics C lub is an engineering based extracurricular activity that inspires learning through the planning, building, program m ing, and com peting o f various types o f robots.

From left to right: T u c k e r Fliggins.W eixing N ei, M iller W hite,

L ana P oljak, and O liv er G rayson.

T h e SA T /A C T club provides a com m unity to support students w ho are taking standardized tests.

Back row: O liv er G rayson, Jin z h i W ei, D aniel M atsu m o to , W eixing N ei, T y ler A lt Middle row: Z o e M cG innis, Sora

F rysinger, K ako Ito , Allie Freitas, Io lo m e Tufaga, M cK enzie Stake, A m b e r R o g ers Front row: M aya Sm igel, C laire E vans, H o n u T e a o T e R a'i A kau-N guyen, E lizab eth Jim , H a n ak o H aitsuka, K eanna L undy, K athryn B yrnes, and K aili Y uen.

T h e Service Learning Advisory C ouncil (SLAC) is a group o f students w h o research, brainstorm , and help plan service-related projects. It is the mission o f SLAC to provide students w ith a venue to leam and practice leadership in the service-learning process, and give any student the opportunity to create a club or design a project they are passionate about and im plem ent it.

From left to right: M akena H ardw ick, N o o r Sarw ar. A lina

Sabyr, E lla K o tn e r. and Jessica A inslie.

H PA 's Spanish C lub provides a formal environm ent w here students can n o t only speak w ith their peers in Spanish, b u t also leam about the culture through culinary experiences and other activities.

Back row: Sydney B o n h am , Jo sh u a P atterson, Jo rd a n V irtu e, Middle row: Kaili Y uen. Sarah R ouse. T o ri G reco

H ira n a k a, P au A lvarez, N oe P e trill-A brojina. C asim ir D a h ro u c h Front row: M akena H ardw ick. V era M ahoney. A riana D ata, E lla K otner, and Jessica A inslie

THE POWER HOUSE From top left, clockwise:

H ideyoshi A kai pushing the ball up the court against a Konawaena defender. C olin Y ates shooting a three pointer over the head o f a Ka'u defender. V ic to r Lee passing the ball to H ideyoshi A kai. N icky Palleschi fighting for a jum p ball against a Kohala opponent.

Move swift as the W ind and closely-formed as the Wood. Attack like the Fire and be still as the Mountain. ■■ -Sun Tzu, The Art of War


Gr From left to right: Game day

palaka shirts. C oach W aw n er and C oach H u n tin g to n calling a time out. C o ach W aw n er talking strategy w ith his starting players.

From left to right: Jo n as S kupeika being helped up by two Pahoa players. D ylan N g a n g o D ik o b o rising up for a lay up. C o ach H u n tin g to n giving high-fives to his hard working players. From left to right: Justas

G ecas driving to the basket against Kea'au. N icky P alleschi rising over two Konawaena defenders for the put back. P a trick H u m e y looking to create an open passing lane.


From left to right: D ylan N g an g o D ik o b o recovering a loose ball. C o lin Y ates shooting a

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free throw. The class o f 2015 celebrating their last home game.

"To me, ubuntu means I am what I am because of who we all are. Making the team one strong unit through working hardfor each other. "

"Ubuntu means to give) everything you havefor] your teammates because) you know they are I doing the same." |

-Justas Gecas

-Colin Yates(

Relentless Ka Makani Boys Basketball

UBUNTU At the end of each day, the boys basketball team asks themselves, “did we get better today?” They are relentless. For them, every day is an opportunity to improve their game, to prove something. Each player is always excited to play for the team and as a team. Fred Wawner and David Huntington are masterly coaches who consistently motivate the boys to strive to be their best and play fundamentally sound basketball games. The trusting relationship that coaches and players share creates the team’s chemistry. Even when the team seems to break down, the basketball team always finds a way to overcome adversity and become an even tighter squad. They are very fortunate to always have a warm and loud crowd for home games, and show their gratitude by working as hard as

2014-2015 humanly possible. The boys challenged each other to strive to be the best they can be. This year, the boy's basketball team consistently worked and fought for their fellow teammates. The relentless effort that each player brought to the court every day aimed at achieving this ideal standard of ubuntu sacrifice for the betterment of the team. Having the pride to step up after the loss of multiple senior stars from last year, the boys formed a tight knit team and gave everything they could. They didn’t worry about themselves or what they got out of it, but they gave what they could to make every one around them better, showcasing the hard work they put into practice at every game to represent HPA in the best possible way.

Back row,from left to right: C o ach H u n tin g to n , H ideyoshi A kai, Jo n as Skupeika, D ylan N gango D ik o b o , N icky Palleschi, A d a m K e n n o n , Justas G ecas, C oach W aw ner. Front row: W ill Above: Ju sta s G ecas rising up for a ju m p shot over several Hilo defenders.

W h ite , C o lin Y ates, V ic to r Lee, P a tric k H u rn ey , D avid W estervelt.

"To me, ubuntu is" W in ox lose, I ' m U b u n t u means I treating others a s a l w a y s therefor m y a m because we are. yourf a m i l y t e a m m a t e s . M o l d i n g W e carry our pride members. Take l e s s e a c h other in thef i r e o n our backs and and give more."so we can come o u t t h a t s how we get strong as steel."better everyday. "

-Hideyoshi Akai

-Nicky Palleschi

-Victor Lee

From top left: Seniors A nna Ju a n , Jo li W elch , and E rin a B au d at. Junior A nnika L epik.

Sophomores C h y n a H an an o and A layna M cG uiness. Freshmen S neha N air. E m m a Saito, K iele W ise, C o co Shafer, Laney V an Tassel, and Y u x in D u.

Clockwisefrom top left: The entire team celebrating their big win over Pahoa. Captain A nna Ju an going for a nice jum p shot. C h y n a H a n an o running the ball down the court against Kealakehe. J o li W elch dribbling the ball around several Kohala defenders.

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XfaeteAMiMcriton The 2014-2015 girls’ varsity basketball team experienced a year of transition but the tone of the teamremained determined,|S!o one can doubt that thesegirli had Some of the best-wer-k-ethic'S on campusTRegardless of the score at the end of the game, the girls’ basketball team was unwavering in its pursuit to be the best it could possibly he, _ Countless practices proved that this year’s team had the energy and ■ determination to constantly improve its game. Through this, the girls formed a team relationship that resulted in strong friendships aid support both on and off the court. Senior captain Erina Baudat explams: “When we met in the gym for the first day of practicef^e Were fust a group of strangers and I was really worried. Now, each and evefj girl is like a member of my family. I love them all and we’re really close.’5;’ Their bond is the backbone of the team and proved to be the strengthlthat ■earned them through the season.

This year’s team was remarkably young and diverse. |Half the team was made up of freshmen, promising great potential for the future of HPA girls’ |>asketball. These freshmen vyere determined to prove themselves during their first year, resultifg in a team that often left it all Ion the court. This year’s team also illustrated how basketball is " celebrated aroundhhe worlaT The teaimboasted players from places such as Switzerland, Jsfriaipa, Canada, Japan, and China, providing a sample to some of the diversit^shown in all aspects of the HPA environment. This teanr'ishowed determination in So many aspects of the season. The girls kept their head up, kept theifhearts strong, and created friendship's that proved to be the final and most meaningful win they could have taken away from the season.


Back row, from left to right: A layna M cG uiness, E rin a B au d at, A n n a Ju a n , C o co Shafer, A nnika Lepik, K iele W ise, Snel

Laney V an Tassel.

1. Seniors C h ristian M o n iz, A lec J o n es, M ichael R eid A u stin , J o h n -T h o m a s M urray, T a n n e r S akurai, M aiah P o lice , G ab b y K o p p es and T eelin H ealy after their last BIIF regatta in Hilo. 2. First row, from left to right: J o h n -T h o m a s M u rray , E te ra T e u ru ra i, M ichael R eid A ustin, C h ristian M o n iz, Alec Jo n e s, M cK enzie Stake, T a n n e r S ak u rai, R ach el S iebert, D aniel G roves, Io lo m e T u fag a, and E th a n S take. Second row, from left to right: M elia C h o b an y , G abby K oppes, M aiah P o lice, A m a n d a S m rk e, T e e lin H ealy , H a n ak o H a itsu k a , G illian W inston, A shley S ouza, E rik a H o rto n , T e h a n i C arte r, Lilly Sch m id t-T o p h o fF , R ac h e l B o n n , and M aria M adrid A guera. 3. The team working together to lift the boat out o f the water and onto the shore at H ilo Bay. 4. The varsity girls team ju st after their race at the Kona pier. Left to right: M aiah P olice, G abby K oppes, T e e lin H ealy, M cK enzie Stake, M elia C h o b an y , and A m a n d a S m rke. 5. The varsity boys team switching into the varsity girls boat in between races. 6. M aiah P o lice and G abby K oppes w ith their leis after their final regatta as seniors. 7. D aniel G roves and his father at Hilo Bay. 8. C h ristia n M o n iz, T a n n e r S akurai, E te ra T e u ru ra i, J o h n -T h o m a s M urray, M ichael R eid A ustin, and E th a n S take paddling into the finish after their first varsity race in Kona. 9. The team getting pumped up with their Ka Makani cheer before their BIIF race.

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"Being on the team over the years, T really liked how inclusive the I've seen a lot o f growth. E ven with team is. W e got to paddle with last years seniors leaving the team, it both under and upperclassmen. It stillfelt like a strong and unified was also really f u n paddling with team. I also saw a development in other schools. E ven though we the coaches and their coaching weren't the best, it was still techniquesfo r the better." enjoyable. "

TannerSakurai'15 "It was really rewarding to p u t in the effort and to be able to see m yself and the team improve over all these years."

Together As One Ka Makani Paddling This year's paddling team consisted of just under 30 bright and passionate students. There were many students with no knowledge of paddling but, through consistent practice, positive coaching and helpful upperclassmen, they improved significantly over the season. There was definitely a feeling in the boat that all of the team could feel. "Although we never placed first in the races, I came off that boat feeling like a champion," said senior captain

Reid Austin. "I felt like no matter what the scoreboard said, I gave it my all, and that is all that matters to me." Throughout the season, everyone refined their stroke, thus reducing their time and increasing speed. With the help of the four coaches, Calvin, Mesepa, Sefa, and Grace, the team had a lot of helpful pointers and strategies on how to race both long distance and regattas. The overall feeling in the boat at the end of the season was incredible. Whether it was in

practice or in a race, you could literally feel the boat gliding through the water with each stroke. The six paddlers in the boat, all coordinated to act as one paddle, powered through to the finish. Though the team did not make states this year, it dedicated itself to success in later years because of the underclassmen and their passion for the sport. The team may lose eight seniors at the end of this season, but it has gained much, much more.

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"Drive is w hat wins championships. A drive to succeed is an embodiment o f passion, dedication, and hard work, which are essential to all real victories. * A l e x a n d e r FJpeot "The drive that I have derivesfrom m y teammates efforts, they p ush me to p lay harderfo r the team. "

Z e n S im o n e "Drive is the product o f passion and dedication. It's the thing that forces you to push your limits, to accomplish your goals. "

Noah. W ia e "Drive is hard work everyday and is essentialfor achieving your goals. Keeping the right m ind set w ill allow you to move forward. "

K y u n t jm o o k L e e "Drive is to work hard and to not give up. E ven when you feel like you don't have any thing else to give, keep going. "


K eisuke A nzai "There is no passion to befound playing small - in settlingfor a life that is less than the one you are capable o f living. * -N elson Mandela

Isaiah K am aka "There are seven days in a week and someday isn 't one of them. "

-Shaquile O'neal

Joshua L aw rence "A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work. "

-Collin Powell

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Ka M akani Boys Soccer

The 2015 Ka Makani boys’ soccer team will forever be remembered as a unit that practiced and played with drive. Each drop of blood and sweat amounted to the victorious spirit that defined the true motive of the team, which had great potential coming into the 2015 season. Many young and experienced players alike chased the ultimate goal— a BIIF title. Each player had the determination to pursue the team’s goal. These things, however, are easier said than done.

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The team underwent hardship and victory, which was represented in a victorious win over rival school Honoka’a. At every game, you could feel the energy in the stands as the boys ran onto the field with tenacity and the determination to make history. From potential to kinetic, the boys’ energy brought them their accomplishments and, in exchange, maintained a year of greatness.

Back row, from left to right: K eisuke A nzai, E lijah A nakalea-B uckley, A lexander B rost, F in n Sim m ersbach. J u s tin P e rry , Isaiah K am aka, T r e n to n W ise, N o a h W ise, D ylan R yan, J o h n D aniel G ilhuly, and R iccardo F alco. Front row: C h ris to p h e r W hitfield, K e n to K o m a tsu , M ateo B atol, L iam K ahoe-M orrison, Jo sh u a L aw ren ce, Z e n S im o n e, K y u n g m o o k Lee, K yle H ollister, B ra d en K ojim a, and G h arin Pautz.

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Ka M akani Wahine Soccer

It was no secret that the wahine soccer team was on a mission this year. After a fifth consecutive BIIF title and a state championship the previous year, they knew what their goals were for the 2014-2015 season. Head Coach Stephen Perry chose the word “passion” as the theme for the year. He knew that, without passion and hard work, the team would not achieve much. Luckily, the group of twenty was ready for action from day one. Manager Nana Ueno came to sum up the season as a year of “determination." The soccer team worked hard on and off the field. On the field, they put their hearts into every drill and every minute of conditioning, always remembering their assistant coach Keith Kruge’s favorite line, “Legs feed the wolf.” Off the field, they kept their grades on track, hydrated constantly,, dnd fueled properly. After an outstanding 9-1 season record, the Ka Makani knew they were ready for post-season. Snaking their way into the BIIF championship game, they came to face their BIIF rivals, Kamehameha. With goals by seniors Brianna Vallente and Gabrielle Ewing, the team defeated Kamehameha 2-0 for its sixth consecutive BIIF title. Next was the HHSAA state tournament, where the girls’ soccer team would go in as the number one seed. This put a target on the girls’ backs, but the team never doubted itself for a second. They were able to make their way back into the stadium for another championship match after victories against Kauai High and Pac-5. For the fourth year in a row, Ka Makani took the field to face their biggest foe, Mid-Pacific. After going down 1-0 in the first quarter, the Ka Makani wahine didn’t give up. They dug deep and rallied back for an incredible 5-1 win. Senior Teia Knoll probably spoke for everyone when she said, “We did what we wanted to do and it couldn’t have ended any better way.”

Ka Makani wahine soccer team giving a group cheer after a big win against Kealakehe.

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"Success is not easy, but with hard work, drive and passion it is I possible."

Back row, from left to right: N ana U e n o , J o rd a n Z a ra te , T e a h V an B erg en , E m m a T ay lo r, B rittam

B oora, K au'inohea T ay lo r, H aley D ow , G abrielle E w ing, B rian n a V allente, E lla K o tn e r, and M ailani N eal. Front row: R o w an K o tn e r, Ju lia P e rry , M arlie M an d ag u it, T eia K noll, T aim ane K am aka, M ari C am ac h o , Jo rd a n G rain g er, E lizab eth J im , and E rin E vans.


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Some members of the team have been swimming for their whole high school career. If you think about it, some swimmers who have swam for four years and done both swim season and swim conditioning have swam every day for a total of approximately 440 days. Coach Noetzel said that, on average, a swimmer will complete around 4500 yards a practice. If we do some math, a senior of the HPA swim team has swam a career total of 1,980,000 yards. That’s around 1,125 miles! Swimmers and divers have put in day after day of hard work. Swimmers love to say "swim now, breathe later," a sentiment that really defines the team as a whole. The beauty of the swim team is

that, when it comes time to do work, each member puts it all on the line by pushing through the aches and pains - and, of course, surviving the chronic lack of oxygen. When people dive in the water and are told to swim a set, they come out completely exhausted, gasping for air. Diving combines this exhaustion with an air of beauty, making all their hardwork look effortless. Swimming and diving is a whole new ball game when it comes to working out. The constant resistance, the power of each stroke, and the way you cut through the water all determine the speed you go. As Coach Noetzel always says, and as swimmers believe to their core, “the clock never lies.”

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Boys V arsity Team

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From top row, left to right: K o su k e S h im a m u ra , C o n n o r V arney, Jac o b A n d erso n , and K an o a C h o b an y . Middle row: S a n g h y u p Y o o n , T y le r A lt, R y an C o h en , C u rtis M cM ack in , M a tth e w O stre m , and A sh er R o b e rtso n . Front row: Z ic h u n X ia, Y e rd e n Su rag an o v , S eu n g y o u K im , M a tth e w V azq u ez, A d a m P ig o tt, and M alc o lm D avis.

From top row, left to right: E m ily P atig, Jan elle Laros, S abrina M arvin, J u lia Lee, A da B enson, Sarah S ch u lm an , R ac h e l T h o m p so n , Karly N o e tze l, S ienna B yrne, and A lexa R ichardson. Middle row: Z oe M cG innis, T a y lo r D o h e rty , A va Jea n Jo h n sto n , A ngelique Allison, T o la M ahoney, T o v e F ostvedt, K ira P a rk er, T a n ia D u P o n t, Savannah C o ch ran , H adley B each, and E lisabeth P ezzu to . Front row: C hristine Im , O livia Kai B ec k h a m , M alia B row n, V era M ahoney, Leilani B ostock, H a rm o n y G raziano, E liana K aplan, A riana D atta, Jo rd a n V irtu e, and Louisa D uggan.

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Not H Came Ka Makani Wrestling

"More enduringly than any other sport, w restling teaches self-control and pride. Some have wrestled w ithoutgreat skill none have wrestled w ithout pride!'

-Dan Gable

State semi-finalist L okelani C h in g getting ready to pin a Waiakea opponent during a home BIIF match.

Hearts pounding, muscles aching, and sweat condensing on the windows. There is never a dull moment in the wrestling room. From the outside, the room seems hushed and dull. If you walk in, however, the steamy sweat hits you in an instant. A massive list showing the goals of the wrestlers, both individually and as a part of the team, lurks in the corner and reminds you of its presence from all parts of the room. It starts at the bottom a small obstacle, "Don't Get Pinned In 30 seconds," and ends at the top with "Undefeated State Champion." Nearing the end of the season, the team made it more than halfway up that list, gaining its first ever girls’ BIIF championship title - a title well deserved. Every day during the season, the mats were soaked in

T h ie rry D ev o st fighting for possession against a Kamehameha wrestler.

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the combined efforts of eighteen passionate wrestlers and three thoughtful coaches. The wrestling team is a family with deep-rooted bonds that are well represented on and off the mat. Wrestling isn’t a game so much as it is a lifestyle; it’s one that supports and loves you regardless of how many matches you win or lose.

S teven G u p p y getting into a headlock battle against Kealakehe opponent.

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’ Wrestling has taught me that sometimes the things you w ant the most are hard to attain. Although with determination and the willingness to leant from your coaches, teammates, and mistakes makes a ny seemingly impossible task possible.’

Senior captain Jaso n J a r re tt getting freshman Steven G u ppy ready for his match.

Top row, from left to right: Isaiah K ra m e r, M aya Sm igel, A bigail R iley, T o ri G reco H ira n a k a, A lohi C ham bless, K incaid K aw ananakoa, and Jaso n J a rre tt. Middle row: T rista n K ilkenny, O livia C row l, K ayla J o h n so n , L okelani C hing, K uulei Ichishita, and R a e C ardosa. Front row: S an d er E lliott, R y u ji T akaoka, R ey n K aneshiro, Steven G uppy, and T h ie rry D evost.

"To be a part o f a wrestling team is to be surrounded by a support group o f your biggest rivab and your strongest allies. You have to push your teammates to their limits every day in practice, to expand them, so that they are better prepared toface their opponents. That's how we measure teamwork. You compete alone, but you have to prepare together."

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This year was the first in recent memory thaj HPA had a chfeerleading team to support boys’ football and basketball. Captains Catharine Gussman, Claire Evans, and Ji Yeon Oh creates the team. Starting with almost no cheer experience, the team showed dedication to learning new cheers and chants, as well as choreographing their own original dances. The team was then able to build its strength j and further its skills, working on stunts and hah time performances with new coach, Mary Jane I Allison, and the addition of two boys in the second season. The current team looks forwardl to seeing cheerleading continue to perpetuate school spirit at HPA.


1. The w in te r season cheerleaders supporting the basketball boys at th e ir senior game. 2. The fall season cheerleaders perform ing their h a lf time dance at their first football game. 3. The fall season cheerleading team, from the left, D e m e tria

Scoufos, H ad ley B each, R ei Fujita, Alexi Sulistiono. S ophia M arkstein, C laire E vans, A ngela C astile K rasuski, M ai ah Police, K iana Sasaki, C ath arin e G ussm an, V ic to ria G reco H iran ak a, Leia A cidera, R iley M cM ackin, and Ji Y eo n O h. 4. The w in te r season cheerleading team.

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'o the Class of 2015: doha and congratulations to the Class of 2015 on a long and successful ride through the "HPA experience" ... whether it was for one year or lirteen years. lawaii Prep is a special place and working with Ka Makani Athletics has hopefully given you many lasting rewards. All of your fellow tudent/athletes are unique and special and all of your coaches truly understand what high school athletics is all about.

The difference between 'involvement' and 'commitment' is*like an eggs-and-ham breakfast: the chicken was 'involved' - the pig was ommitted1.â&#x20AC;? anonymous IPA asks you to commit to your experience while at the school... all around the campus. Those of you who immersed yourselves into your IPA life probably were successful in many ways, whether it is on the playing field, in the classroom, on stage, or just with your peers. 'hank you for all of your hard work, energy, sportsmanship, determination, and COMMITMENT to get better each day. rood luck and keep smiling!

tephen L. Perry kthletic Director

From left to right: M s.W hite having an intense discussion with students about nuclear proliferation in her AP H uman Geography class. The Freshmen Foundations class on location at Pu'u Kohola with park ranger Russell Aguilar '09. Mrs. Hayslip discussing Cloud Atlas with her AP Language and Composition class. Calvin Chang working as a senior docent during AP Art History class at HPA's Isaac's Art Center. Ka H yun Sarah K im working in Mr. Zucker's Ceramics class. Carola Abdalla Said assembling her final portfolio in Digital Photography class. John Paulo Ortega and Jacob G rim m e sketching in Davies Chapel in Mr. Hayslip's 2D Art class. A lohi Chambless and V incent Shan cutting clay.

Right: H aley D o w and K yle H o lliste r working in

M rs. C lark's American Literature class. Below: The Yearbook staff hard at work early in the

year, looking at examples o f yearbook covers.


TALENT English English as a Second Language Fine Arts Social Studies Diversity is a word commonly used to describe HPA's lifestyle. Its meaning is best reflected in HPA's English, English as a Second Language, Fine Arts, and Social Studies departments. Diversity is expressed through people's talent, inspiration, and desire to learn. This desire connects HPA's students and teachers. Fine Arts run the gamut from ceramics to on-stage performances; students from all over die world learn English and represent the limitless opportunities in the HPA curriculum. Students meet the challenges they face, whether itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a writer's block during an English class, a grammar question in ESL, or stage fright before or during a performance. Support and communication create a vortex of artists, brilliant thinkers, teams, English majors, and actresses, all of whom are ready to take on the world outside the classroom. Talent does not label those who are born with abilities beyond othersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Rather, talent labels those willing to work hard enough to reach their best abilities. In this way, HPA students and teachers are extraordinarily talented.

"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." -Nelson Mandela

Fine Arts D epartment, from left to right: P a tric k O 'L eary, M arina T ich o tsk y , A ri B ernstein, Ja re d T e rp a k , M ollie H ustace, W ill Z u c k e r, and D aen a C raven. Missing: T .J . D onovan.

Social Studies Department, from left to right: E ric M u m au . Babs K a m ro w , K elly H a rt, A drien n e W hite, J o h n K ilkenny, and P a tric k O 'Leary.

English Department, from left to right: E th a n Spencer, B renda C lark. C orey H u m p h re y , J a m ie Jo h n so n , R ic h ard B raithw aite, and D a en a C raven. Missing: Sarah H ayslip. Clockwise from above: Q ia n h u i Z h e n in M s. H aw baker's ESL Bridge class. E liana K ap lan , C alvin C h a n g , H a rm o n y G ra z ian o , M ak en a H a rd w ic k , Elyse F u jio k a, and T y le r A lt performing in Beauty and the Beast. M r. B ra ith w a ite explaining pronouns in a freshman English class. Students in Freshmen Foundations expressing themselves through chalkart. Jak e F rogley and N ile R u f taking notes in M rs. H a rt's AP Psychology class.

"When you run into som ething interesting, drop everything else and study it. " -B.F. Skinner

English as a Second Languagefrom left to right: M ary-A lice N ogues and

w orking in M rs. M cD ow ell's AP Biology class. M r. Jarv ill teaching freshmen Geometry. M ichael H o creating a virtual art gallery using oculus r ift during his independent research period in the Energy Lab. G iulia P ic a rd o and N ik W in k le r at a turtle tagging trip w ith M r. R ice. D avy R ag lan d holding a 3D model o f him self created by a 3D printer.

C h ristin e O ch eltree, H an ak o H aitsuka. and E rin a B au d at doing group w o rk in AP Biology.

College Counseling

Math Modem Language Science HPA offers many different classes in the college counseling, math, modem language, and science departments. The school offers a total of 48 classes. Students are able to learn in a hands-on environment with all the latest technology. Teachers are always willing to help and give you additional information if needed. HPA worlds hard to make its students successful learners. The school provides many interactive learning experiences, including turtle tagging, working with Google Glass, and taking field trips to Waipio Valley to learn about the Hawaiian culture. The turtle tagging program is something that HPA has run for many years. By tagging the turtles found in the ocean, students are able to observe the turtles in their natural habitat and collect data accordingly. Students are allowed to create and facilitate their own projects, giving all an opportunity for a hands-on learning experience. Field trips to Waipio Valley allow students to work with the locals and learn about traditional Hawaiian culture. At HPA, students are brought to the next level of education while preparing for college. As students working to meet the school's educational requirements, they enjoy an abundance of success in both their academic and social pursuits.

"The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet." - Aristotle

M odern Language department, from left to right: Sheldon O rm sby, Jo y ce M artin, K u m u M alani, R ik a Inaba, A driana P iercy, and P h illip C heng.

Science department, Jrom left to right: G reg M cK enna, Bill W iecking, D e ig h to n E m m o n s, and S teven H alstead. Missing: S tephanie M cD ow ell and D ave H u n tin g to n .

Mathematics department,f b m left to right: G ary Jarvill, G eorge W hite. Jera ld B leckel, and P hillip C heng. Missing: M ark R avaglia. Lupe D iaz, and P a tricia Kassis.

Clockwise fro m top left: M aso n D u P o n t modeling Google glasses at the Energy Lab. C h risto p h e r R o w e recording data during his M arine Biology field trip. M r. Jarv ill explaining a problem to his freshman geometry class. K u m u M alani teaching Hawaiian language to her students.

College Counseling,from left to right: C indy M ontgom ery', A ndrew Kelsey, and H u i-C h u n Lu O 'Leary.



Adoracion Acidera Lindsay Bames Kristal Blacksmith Jerald Bleckel Suzette C antyne Phillip C h en g

Jaci C h o n g Brenda Clark D aena Craven K ristine Dahlquist Lila Deaguiar Lupe Diaz

M ichael D onnelly D eannalynne Evans M artin Ferrell M ichelle G uppy H am ilton Ford Shirley-A nn Fukum oto

Steven F urchner Kelly H art Laura H aw baker K im o Higgins C o rey H um p h rey D avid H u n tin g to n

â&#x20AC;˘ P ik a Inaba Lois Inm an G aryjarvill T io n iju d d Barbara K am row Patricia Kassis

Jo h n Kilkenny Julie Kojim a T erry Ladwig Lucy Lewis M arilei Lindsey Joyce M artin

From left to right: B ren d a C lark correcting English

essays. D aen a C rav en teaching a Freshman Foundations course. M ary-A lice N ogues, D eig h to n E m m o n s, Jerald B leckel, K im o H iggins, L upe D iaz, and M ark R avaglia wearing traditional kihei at the beginning o f the school year. A d rien n e P iercy explaining Spanish homework to her students.

!Stephanie M cD ow ell R o b e rt M cK endry IGregory M cK enna IJanet M elton R osanne M itchell C indy M ontgom ery

Eric M um au B etty Nobriga M ark N oetzel M ary-Alice N ogues H u i-C h u n Lu O'Leary Sheldon O rm sby

D aniel Petrill Kaky Purdy M ark Ravaglia IJoanne R ocha Lisa Sakurai Sarah Schom

Crystal Sebastian E than Spencer Ka'ai Spencer Patricia Tadaki Felix Telles Jared T erpak

Jam es W alker A drienne W hite George W hite Bill W iecking W illiam W oitel W illiam Z ucker


H onu Tea O Te Ra'i Akau-Nguyen

C ody Applegate Hadley Beach M alia Becker Sydney B onham

Alexander Brost Kathryn Byrnes R ae Cardosa T im C han Clarence Chardeau

D yllon C hin g Lokelani C hin g M elia Chobany Savannah Cochran Sydney C ooper

Olivia C row l H aley D o w Louisa D uggan K engo D upuis Claire Evans

E rin Evans R iccardo Falco M akenna Francis Allie Freitas Jo h n Freitas, Jr.

If you had to change your name to something else, what would it be and why?

"Koa. It's H awaiian and I've always thought it was a cool name ."

-Alexander Brost

aFrankie or Wolf. 1 love wolves and m y favorite musician's name is Frankie. It would he a good w ay to honor both." -Malia Becker

Kana'ikai Gaughen E rik Grace Jordan Grainger C atharine Gussman H anako Haitsuka

Kyle H ollister Erika H orton N iyah H oskinson-W einstein C hristine Im Kako Ito

K atherine Jefferson Elizabeth Jim Kayla Johnson Taim ane Kamaka Kincaid Kawananakoa

Adam K ennon Tristan K ilkenny N athan Ladwig A nnika Lepik Sienna Levine

Keanna Lundy M arlie M andaguit Sophia M arkstein Hajim e Matsui D aniel M atsum oto

What kind of animal best resents you and why?

"An otter. They 're very carefree, adorable, love water, and they like to rest on their back. They ju st really enjoy themselves

-Christine Im

T m going to go with dolphin. M ainly because I love the ocean and they're ju st super awesome. â&#x20AC;&#x153; -Niyah HoskinsonWeinstein

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Katelyn M cGuiness C urtis M cM ackin Juan M iche Rosales Logan Mills Luke M itchell

Lieu-K iang N guyen W eixing N ie Kristen N ielsen Christine O cheltree Ji Y eon O h

E m m a O strem A nthony Palleschi Alice Patig Ju stin Perry Abigail R iley

A m ber R ogers Sarah R ouse C hristopher R o w e K osuke Shim am ura Zen- Sim one

Jonas Skupeika Maya Smigel Am anda Sm rke Ju stin Sm rke M cK enzie Stake

What new superpower would you create or want? 204

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Read other people 's memories, i f you can understand their past, you can understand them better as a person. "

-W eixing Nie

"The power to peelfruit with , m y m ind. "

-Curtis McMackin

]T h e ability to turn into lightning because it's fa s t and fo r a moment in time I'd feel invincible. "

-Amanda Smrke

Jackson Streiter Leslie Sung Kotaro Takaoka W ei Tan T akuto Tanaka

E m m a Taylor Kau'inohea Taylor Iolome Tufaga N ana U eno Jordan Virtue

Jinzhi W ei David W estervelt Bradley W hite W ill W hite O scar W insa H enderson

T ren to n Wise H arry W right Y ue W u Kaili Y uen Q ianhui Z hen

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What is your best Pick­ up line?


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you 're suffering from a lack o f vitam in m e . "

-Harry W right


m m r n ■ m m ia H H H

"If you were a vegetable, you'd be a cute-cumber. "

"If you w a v a tropicalfruit, you'd be afin e apple. "

-Kau'inohea Taylor

-Oscar Winsa Henderson

Leia Acidera Angelique Allison T yler Alt Elijah Anakalea-Buckley Alexandra Baker

A nthony B eetem D avid Binkow ska R achel B onn W olfgang Brennan Jam es Callahan

C olby C am ero Angela Castile Krasuski Alexander Chistyakov H yunjin C h o i Ahcia C h o w

D aniel C o h en Casim ir D ahrouch V iet T u n g D ao C hristopher D e Salvo T aylor-D oherty

George D onev Sean D onnelly T ania D u P o n t Sarah E m m ons Annaliese E verett

Wfiat is your favorite, way to connect to the HPA conmmnity?


"I love working at the Energy Lab because m y research gives me connections to the outside world along with connecting me to m y fellow students . "

â&#x20AC;&#x153;T o smile and to connect with everyone in m y class through clubs, sports, academia, and all the am azing opportunities H P A presents."

George D onev

Tyler Alt

"M y favorite w ay to connect with the H P A community is through going to school and playing sports. "

Taylor Doherty

MarinYoung, JanelleLaros, KuuleiIchishitaand JacynLibarios


at the sophom ore retreat at the beginning of the school year.


Below: taking a short break from his hectic academic, social, and athletic life in Dyer Library.

D ane Francis Elyse Fujioka Y uki Furusho Vanessa Gary Jo h n Daniel Gilhuly

Chyna H anano Sora Hataji Kuulei Ichishita A va J ean Johnston Liam K ahoe-M orrison

Ana Malia Kailimai Jeeyoon Kim Seungyou Kim Vladislav Kisliakov Braden Kojima

fyou were a superhero, what would your power be?

"Invisibility so I could observe people up close and they wouldn't know . "

John D aniel Gilhuly

"Mind reading because I could beat everyone in soccer due to knowing their next move. â&#x20AC;&#x153; L ia m K a h o e - M o r r is o n

STelekinesis because I would be able to confuse everyone. " A va Jean J o h n sto n


To join, link, or fa/ten together; unite or bind.

N o ah K ortzm an R o w an K otner Janelle Laros Ian Laude Julia Lee

T aehyun Lee Jacyn Libarios N icole Lorenzo M aria M adrid Aguera T ola M ahoney

Jeffrey M arks Sabrina M arvin Alayna M cG uiness R iley M cM ackin B randon M elton

Dyllan Millar Kai M iller Dylan N gango D ikobo R ik i N im s R achel O 'T oole

Is there a time limit onfortune cookie predictions?

"I think so because in Japan, fortune predictions only last a year. Therefore I th in k it also applies to other countries too."

Riki N im s

"7 don't know w hat a fortune cookie is because they don't have them in France. * D y la n N g a n g o D ik o b o

Gharin Pautz M egan Petrill A dam Pigott T anner Riley Clara Saalfeld

Kiana Sasaki Lilly S chm idt-T ophoff Jam es Schneider Tristan Sienkiewicz E than Stake

Etera Teururai Asa T w igg-Sm ith V aughn Van Kirk Sidney V erm eulen A nton von W ilam ow itz

N o a W alker C he W ang N ik W inkler Blake W inston Alexander W inters

N oah Wise Lyons W ong M arin Young K yung M ook Lee Jordan Locklin

W hat is your favorite hashtag? W hy?

"#hula because I like hula and I started dancing hula when I was six, therefore hula is m y thing . "

Lyons Wong

"dsorrynotsorry because it's straightforward and to the p o in t."

Tola Mahoney

"#phatslabs because I like it when the waves ate big. The bigqer, the fatter ."

Vaughn Van Kirk

Chavis Arafiles Gladys Asanza M ateo Batol Ada Benson N icholas Byram

Sienna Byrne M ari Cam acho T ehani C arter Zachary Chaikin R y an C o h en

Kristen C ole-L anier M alcolm Davis M alcolm Davis T hierry D evost Y u xin D u

Sander E lliott Luke Field E m ily Fong T o v e Fostvedt Sora Frysinger

Kailer Garcia C hloe Garfinkle K atherine Gargiulo Kieran W iese G ibson O liver Grayson

W h a t is y o u r fa v o rite th in g a b o u t H PA ?


"My favorite thing about H P A is all the opportunities the school providesfo r us . "

-Ada Benson

"M y favorite part about school is lunch, not eating lunch, but lunchtime and hanging out w ith m y friends ."

-Luke Field

"Everyone isfocused and puts their best into everything they do. "

-Mari Camacho

Jacob G rim m e D aniel Groves Steven G uppy M ichael H anano Griffin Head

Sara H eym ann C heng-W ei Hsu Patrick H um ey M ichael Jo h n Ilagan-Leblanc E than James

JodyJam in R u b y Johnson K ento Komatsu M adison Lee Karika Lepik

H arleigh Lindsey Jingyi Liu H enry M adeen Z oe M cG innis Flavio M iche Rosales

Anna M orita Sneha N air Karly N oetzel M atthew O strem Kira Parker

If you h ad your ow n m o v ie w h a t g e n r e w o u ld i t b e a n d w h o

"M y m ovie w ould be an action m ovie and D ave Franco w ould be m e ." -G riffin H ead

"A comedy and Kristen W iig would play me because I love her. " - H a r le ig h L in d s e y

"It would be a comedy and C hanning Tatum would play me. " - M ic h a e l H a n a n o

w o u ld p la y y o u ? 2'5 I

Right: The freshman class vis Ranch Pukalani Stables. The spend time listening to D r Ranch's long tii

Below, from left to right: G riffin H

Field, D an iel G roves and Mali getting into character for their p; shoot.

Julia Perry Elisabeth Pezzuto Alexa Richardson Asher R obertson E m m a Saito

W illiam Savage Sarah Schulm an D em etria Scoufos C oco Shafer Bianca Shropshire

R achel Siebert Finn Sim m ersbach Aliya Smigel Ashley Souza Alexi Sulistiono





W h a t a re you m o st

"I am most passionate about photography."

p a s s io n a te a b o u t?

"Suifing would probably be m y biggest passion . "

-W illiam Savage

"I am passionate about playing soccer and adventuring."

-Asher Robertson

-Julia Perry

Yerden Suraganov R yuji Takaoka N ahe Texeira R achel T hom pson K ento T om ita

Akihiko U eno T eah Van Bergen Laney Van Tassell M atthew Vazquez C hristopher W hitfield

Gillian W inston Kiele W ise Patrick W on g Z ich u n Xia M aria Y amada

Asset Yessenzhan Sanghyup Y oon K eanu Y oung Jordan Zarate Aya Serikova

H o p e W oods

O e s c rib e y o u r f r e s h m a n y e a r in th r e e w o rd s.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;E xciting, competitive, perfect. "

-Christopher W hitfield

"Lots o f work . " -K ento Tom ita

"Better than intermediate . "

-Keanu Young

K a A la/cam yearbook, S t a f f 2015

Back row, from left to right: C o lin Y ates, V ic to r Lee, J o h n -T h o m a s M urray, C aleb K agaw a, J u n ic h i M inakata, M r. O 'L eary. Middle row: L u k e P ow ers, K o su k e S h im am u ra. Front row: N a n a U eno, Jessica A inslie, A riella G aringer, G abrielle E w ing, Ivy C onley, R e i Fujita.

If I’ve learned anything from yearbook, it’s that a successful whole is based on the success of its smaller parts. Nothing truer could be said about our 2015 yearbook staff. I think it’s often forgotten how human the making of the yearbook is: it begins with a hunch of rambunctious kids with good intentions sitting in the front of the class looking up at O’Leary. This is the group entrusted to capture the year through a camera lens, font family, modular layouts and rocking captions. The staff’s passion for everything makes the yearbook shine. Look to the left comer of the computer lab in which we meet to find resident DJ King Ming playing Michael Jackson and


working on the basketball page. Next to him you’ll see Nana and JJ working on die boys cross-country spread and laughing at the ever­ present “bad mnning faces.” Rei is swapping font colors on the international day page, Kosuke is formatting the perfect Jake Anderson quote for the swim page, Luke, Colin and Caleb are changing the football pictures for the tenth time, Gabbie is adding the state championship wreath on the girls’ soccer page, Ivy is trying to capture the spirit of Adventure Club through Dr. Seuss quotes, Ariella is in the front quietly making the best layout, O’Leary is looking at new photos and praising his recently purchased strobe lights, and me, usually in awe of it all, trying to get someone to humor

me by emailing their winter break photos. We immersed ourselves in yearbook, yes - that’s a given - but we immersed ourselves in the pride of our HPA passions. If you were to take a random sampling of the HPA population, I would not be surprised if it looked a lot like our yearbook staff. We connected as fourteen acquaintances and turned into fast friends through stressful deadlines. We were present in the HPA community, always looking for that perfect moment that captures the Ka Makani spirit. We desired, quite simply, to make the best yearbook, starting with a single white page. We committed to the weekend work sessions, the deadlines, and the pressure. We were engaged in a nonchalant way

unique to this class that, at times, caused Mr. O’Leary to worry. We were captivated with the community around us, examined through the moments capture by a camera lens. We were involved in our passions from cheerleading to student council. We were immersed in the meaning of being a student, a yearbook staff member, and a passionate part of the sum of the HPA community. We were all in all the time. I can proudly say we left it all in the 2014-2015 yearbook.

K a M a k a n i , Editor-in-chief


Abdalla Said, Carola 14, 15, 148, 171, 195 Acidera, A doracion 198 il& dera, Leia 161, 1 7 6 ,1 9 0 , 208 11, 14, 15, 16, 23, 27, 3 4 ,3 7 ,3 8 , 52, 54, 70, 75, 9 0 ,1 0 7 , 1 2 9 .1 3 0 .1 3 1 , 139, 141, 1 4 3 ,1 6 1 ,1 7 2 , 1 7 5 ,1 9 4 ,2 1 8 A kai, H id e y o s h i 11, 13, 14, 15, 17, 1 8,20, 49, 82, 83, 86, 87, 88, 94, 112, 1 1 7 ,1 2 5 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 4 ,1 3 6 ,1 4 0 ,1 4 4 , 1 4 5 ,1 5 0 ,1 5 1 ,1 6 3 , 1 7 1 ,1 7 4 ,1 7 6 ,1 7 7 A kau-N guyen, H o n u T ea O T e R a'i 1 3 9 ,1 7 2 ,1 7 5 , 2 0 0 ,2 0 1 , 202 Allison, A ngelique 54, 163, 187, 208 Allison, M ary Ja n e 190 |Alt, T yler 1 1 ,2 0 ,1 4 2 ,1 4 3 ,1 4 4 ,1 4 5 , 1 7 2 .1 7 5 .1 8 7 , 1 9 4 ,1 9 5 , 208, FES1, FES2 A lv a re z , P a u 14, 1 5 ,1 8 , 130, 131, 1 3 4 ,1 3 5 ,1 4 4 ,1 5 0 ,1 5 1 ,1 7 1 ,1 7 2 ,1 7 3 , 175, FES1, FES2 Anakalea-Buckley, Elijah 135, 163, 1 8 3 ,2 0 6 ,2 0 7 ,2 0 8 A n d e rs o n , J a c o b 14, 15, 19, 54, 70, 81, 9 9 ,1 0 1 ,1 0 4 ,1 0 9 ,1 1 0 ,1 2 8 ,1 3 0 , 1 3 1 .1 4 4 .1 4 5 .1 8 6 .18 7 .F E S 2 14, 15, 20, 35, 46, 49, 6 5 ,7 1 ,7 7 ,8 2 , 83, 86, 8 8 ,1 1 2 ,1 1 7 , 1 2 5 .1 2 8 .1 3 2 , 1 3 3 ,1 3 4 ,1 3 5 ,1 3 7 ,1 3 9 , 1 4 4 ,1 4 5 ,1 5 0 ,1 5 1 ,1 6 0 ,1 6 3 ,1 6 7 ,1 7 0 , 1 7 1 ,1 8 2 ,1 8 3 , F E S 1,F E S 2 [Applegate, C o d y 111, 144, 202 Arafiles, Chavis 150, 151, 167, 214, 216 Asanza, Gladys 1 4 2 ,1 6 6 , 214 4, 5, 14, 15, 2 1 ,7 0 ,1 0 6 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 6 8 ,1 8 0 ,1 8 1


Anzai, Keisuke

Austin, Michael Reid


Baker, Alexandra 163,- 208 Barnes, Lindsay 8, 13, 14, 15, 134, 147, 11 76,198 iBames, N an cy 13 B a rr o -K ilm e d e , C o u r tn e y 1 4 ,1 5 , 2 2 ,3 9 , 5 0 ,1 2 0 ,1 2 8 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 9 , 1 4 0 ,1 5 7 ,1 6 7 ,1 7 6 ,1 7 7 , FES2 Batol, M ateo 1 5 0 ,1 5 1 , 182, 183, 214, 216 7, 11, 1 6 ,2 3 , 28, 35, 3 7 ,9 0 ,1 2 0 ,1 2 8 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 4 1 ,1 4 6 , 1 4 7 ,1 6 3 ,1 7 8 ,1 7 9 Beach, H adley 137, 1 6 1 ,1 8 6 ,1 8 7 , 190,

Baudat, Erina

202 Becker, M alia 141, 143, 1 4 7 ,1 6 0 , 202 14, 15, 1 6 ,1 8 , 2 3 ,2 4 , 5 4 ,1 2 8 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 4 1 ,1 4 6 , 1 4 7 ,1 5 8 ,1 5 9 ,1 6 2 ,1 6 8 ,1 7 3 ,1 8 7 Beetem , A n th o n y 162, 163, 208 Benson, A da 30, 4 0 ,1 3 4 , 136, 152, 1 5 3 ,1 5 8 ,1 5 9 ,1 6 3 ,1 7 1 ,1 8 7 ,1 9 8 ,2 1 4 , 216 B ernstein, Ari 195 14, 15, 25, 70, 9 4 ,1 0 7 , 1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 9 4 jBinkowska, D avid 9 3 ,1 3 8 , 144, 208 Blacksm ith, Kristal 198 Bleckel, Jerald 1 2 7 ,1 6 7 , 177, 197, 198, 199 B onham , Sydney 6, 77, 146, 147, 172, 1 7 5 ,2 0 2 B onn, R ach el 1 6 3 ,1 8 0 , 208

Beckham, OliviaKai

Binder, Abe

B o o ra , B r itta n i 3, 11, 26, 44, 54, 65, 76, 1 0 0 ,1 0 5 ,1 1 6 ,1 1 8 ,1 2 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,

139, 146, 147, 154, 155, 162, 163, 170, 171, 172, 1 7 3 ,1 7 6 , 184.FES1 14, 15, 16, 27, 51, 54, 7 0 ,7 5 ,1 0 7 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 7 ,1 3 9 , 143, 167, 187, 194 14, 15, 22, 23, 28, 5 3 ,1 2 8 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 9 ,1 4 1 , 1 4 6,147, 156, 157, 160, 1 6 6 ,1 7 6 , FES2 Braithw aite, R ichard 7, 51, 127, 147, 167, 195 B rennan, W olfgang 137, 143, 149, 160, 164, 165, 208 B rost, A lexander 68, 125, 154, 155, 182, 183, 202 14, 15, 29, 120, 128, 130, 131, 1 5 6 ,1 5 7 14, 15, 16, 30, 40, 45, 54, 8 0 ,1 2 3 ,1 2 8 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 4 ,1 3 8 , 14 1 ,1 5 8 , 159, 1 6 1 ,1 7 6 ,1 7 7 ,1 8 7 Byram , N icholas 111, 146, 147, 162, 214 B yrne, Sienna 65, 1 5 2 ,1 5 8 ,1 5 9 , 162, 1 6 3 ,1 6 6 ,1 8 7 ,2 1 4 , 216, FES2 Byrnes, K athryn 1 4 2 ,1 4 3 , 172, 175,

Bostock, Leilani Bradley, Alaina

Brostek, Ula

Brown, Malia



Callahan, Jam es 144, 208 C am acho, M ari 148, 149, 172, 184, 2 1 4 ,2 1 6 C am ero, C olby 13, 143, 1 6 0 ,1 6 4 , 165, 208 31, 4 2 ,7 4 ,1 0 2 , 103, 1 2 8 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 5 2 , 194 C antyne, S uzette 198 Cardosa, R a e 162, 163, 189, 202 C arter, T eh an i 1 3 ,1 5 2 , 180, 214 14, 15, 32, 1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,'“ 1 4 8 ,1 4 9 ,1 7 0 , FES1 Castile Krasuski, Angela 4, 5, 16 1 ,1 9 0 , 208 C haikin, Z achary 154, 214, 216 14, 15, 26, 30, 33, -40, 44, 6 5 ,7 7 ,1 2 8 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 4 ,1 4 8 , 1 4 9 ,1 6 3 ,1 7 1 ,1 8 8 ,1 8 9 ,1 9 5 , FES2 C han, T im 202 34, 46, 58, 60, 128, 1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 4 2 , 143, 144, 167, 195 C hardeau, C larence 142, 143, 144, 163, 202 C heng, Phillip 46, 127, 1 3 5 ,1 6 1 , 163, 1 9 7 ,1 9 8 14, 15, 35, 60, 71, 95, 1 2 4 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 4 6 ,1 4 7 ,1 6 7 , FES2 C hing, D yllon 155, 1 6 2 ,1 9 6 , 202, FES1 C hing, Lokelani 135, 136, 173, 188, 189, 202 C histyakov, A lexander 150, 208 1 4 ,1 5 , 20, 36, 45, 78, 111, 1 1 5 ,1 2 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 5 ,1 4 4 , 1 4 5 ,1 5 4 ,1 5 5 ,1 6 9 ,1 8 6 ,1 8 7 , FES2 C hobany, M elia 11, 20, 36, 39, 77, 1 0 6 ,1 4 6 ,1 4 7 ,1 5 5 ,1 6 6 ,1 8 0 , 200, 201,

Canniff, Megan

Casey, Amelia

Chambless, Alohi Chang, Calvin

Chey, Claire

Chobany, Kanoa

202 C hoi, H yunjin 144, 208 C h o n g , Jaci 198 C h o w , Alicia 1 6 1 ,1 7 2 ,1 7 3 ,1 8 7 , 208 C lark, B renda 1 6 7 ,1 9 5 , 198 Clarry, India 167 Clary, A rati 11, 13, 14, 15, 12 7 ,1 3 4 , 176 C ochran, Savannah 40, 140, 152, 153, 1 6 7 ,1 7 2 ,1 8 7 ,2 0 2 C o hen, D aniel 150, 151, 208 C o hen, R yan 135, 187, 194, 214

C ole-L anier, Kristen 135, 149, 214, 216 16, 23, 26, 37, 44, 129, 1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 5 ,1 4 8 ,1 4 9 ,1 6 1 ,1 6 7 ,1 9 4 , 195,218 C ooper, Sydney 77, 1 4 8,149, 168, 202 C raven, D aena I77r 195. 198 C row l, Olivia 138, 189, 202

Conley, Ivy

D D ahlquist, Kristine 14, 15, 1 2 7,161, 187, 198 D ahrouch, Casim ir 98, 111, 144, 145, 172, 1 7 5 ,2 0 8 D ao, V iet T u n g 135, 144, 163, 206, 207, 208, FES1, FES2 16, 34, 38, 51, 52, 74, 85, 9 0 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 9 , 1 4 1 ,1 7 2 ,1 7 5 , 187 Davis, M alcolm 1 3 6 ,1 5 0 ,1 5 1 ,1 6 2 , 1 6 7 ,1 8 7 ,2 1 4 ,2 1 6 D e Salvo, C hristopher 43, 135, 154, 155, 208 14, 15, 20, 22, 39, 115, 128, 130, 131, 1 3 6,139, 155, 163, 16 7 ,1 7 3 , FES1 DeA guiar, K um u M alani 14, 15,127, 1 3 4 ,1 4 8 ,1 6 7 ,1 7 3 ,1 9 7 , .198 Devost, T hierry 135, 188, 189, 194, 2 1 2 ,2 1 3 ,2 1 4 , 216 Diaz, L upe 13, 86, 87, 134, 150, 151, 198, 199 14, 15, 16, 17, 30, 34,40," 7 3 ,8 0 , 9 0 ,9 2 ,1 2 3 ,1 2 8 ,1 3 0 , 1 3 1 ,1 3 4 ,1 3 6 ,1 4 0 ,1 5 2 ,1 -5 3 D oherty, T aylor 54, 139, 187, 208 D onev, G eorge 65, 126, 208 D onnelly, M ichael 198 D onnelly, Sean 134, 150, 208 D onovan, T J . 1 9 4,195 D ow , H aley 26, 44, 1 3 8 ,1 5 6 ,1 5 7 , 1 8 4 ,1 9 1 , 19 4 ,1 9 5 , 200, 2 0 i,.2 0 2 D u , Y uxin 7, 148, 149, 161, 163, 178, 1 7 9 ,2 1 4 D uggan, Louisa 2, 54, 146, 147, 158, 159, 161, 172, 187, 202 4, 37, 41, 45, 130, 1 3 1 ,1 3 5 , 141. 146, 147, 154, 155, 162, 168>T73-t490-„ 14, 15, 31, 42, 74, 8 7 ,1 0 2 , 128, 130, 131, 134, 135, 140, 150, 151 D u P o n t, T ania 11, 42, 135, 139, 152, 1 5 8 ,1 5 9 ,1 6 2 ,1 7 1 ,1 7 2 ,1 8 7 ,2 0 8 , FES2 D upuis, K engo 11, 88, 135, 144, 145, 1 5 4 ,1 5 5 ,1 9 2 ,1 9 3 , 202

Datta, Ariana

DeAguiar, Anela

Disney, Sabrina

Dunham, Adam

DuPont, MasonHeremoana


E lliott, Sander 146, 147, 167, 189, 214, 216 4, 14, 15, 43, 45, 68, 122, 128, 130, 131, 135, 154, 155, 167, 168 E m m ons, D eighton 136, 166, 197, 199 E m m ons, Sarah 142, 143, 164, 172, 208 Evans, Claire 2 ,1 6 1 , 172, 175, 176, 1 9 0 ,2 0 2 , FES2 Evans, D eannalynne 198 Evans, E rin 26, 44, 139, 184, 185, 191,

Ellis,Jr., Koa

202 Everett, Annaliese 111, 138, 148, 149, 167, 208 33, 44, 73, 101, 122, 128, 130, 131, 140, 155, 156, 157,

161, 184, 185, 191, 194, 196,1 9 7 , 218

F Falco, R iccardo 144, 145,167, 183,

202 Ferrell, M artin 9, 161, 198 F erron-G uppy, M ichelle 198 Field, Luke 135, 138, 1 5 4 ,1 5 5 ,1 6 6 , 2 1 4 .2 1 6 Fong, Em ily 7, 1 6 6 ,194, 214, 216 Fontana, Greta 1 4 ,1 5 , 23, 9 3 ,1 7 1 Ford, H am ilton 1 2 7 ,144, 189, 198 Fostvedt, T ove 3 0 ,1 3 4 , 140 ,1 5 2 , 153, 16 3 ,1 8 7 , 198,214, 216 Francis, D ane 134, 150, 209 Francis, M akenna 2, 142, 202 Freitas, Allie 6, 20, 22, 89, 136,138, 14 6,147, I ® , 1 5 7 ,1 6 2 ,1 7 2 ,1 7 3 , 175, 176, 202 Freitas, Jr., Jo h n 106* J 1 9 , 154, 155,


Frogley,Jake30, 45, 68, 88, 101, 106, 125, 1 2 9,130, 131, 138, 141 ,1 5 4 , 155, 1 6 9 ,1 7 7 ,1 9 5 Frysinger, Sora 7 ,1 6 3 ,1 6 6 , 167, 174, 17 5 ,2 1 4 Fujioka, Elyse 1 4 0,143, 176,1 9 0 , 195, 209 34, 35, 46, 60, 71, 112, 130, 1 3 1 ,1 3 6 ,1 4 8 , 149,1 6 1 , 163,169, 176, 190, 194,218 F ukum oto, Shirley-A nn 9 ,1 7 6 ,1 9 8 Furchner, Steven 198 Furusho, Y uki 1 4 4 ,1 6 3 ,1 7 4 , 209

Fujita, Rei


Gage, ArianeTaylor 1 4 ,1 5 , 47, 50, 53, 1 2 8 ,1 3 0 , 131, 139, 1 4 1 ,1 4 8 ,1 4 9 Garcia, Kailer 150, 198, 214, 216 Garfinkle, C hloe 7 ,1 3 8 , 166, 169, 214, 216 Gargiulo, K atherine 7, 143,166, 214, 216, FES1 48, 128, 130, 131, 138, 146, 147, 152, 161,218 Gary, Vanessa 209 Gaughen, Kana'ikai 1 3 6,1 3 8 , 154, 155.203 Gaughen, Kiaka 135, 155 13, 14, 1 5 ,1 7 , 20, 49, 82, 83, 88, 111, 117, 125, 134. 135, 144, 145, 160, 176, 177 G ibson, Kicran W iese 135, 162, 163, 1 7 2 .2 1 4 .2 1 6 G ilhuly, Jo h n D aniel 144, 182, 183, 209 Gill, C oach 154,155 Grace, E rik 22, 39, 106, 139, 154, 155, 167, 203 Grainger, Jordan 26, 44, 135, 138, 184, 191.203 Grainger, Scott 185 14, 15, 29, 39, 50, 113, 115, 130, 131, 155 Grayson, O liver 160, 174, 175, 194, 214, 216 16, 27, 34, 38, 51, 54, 70, 99, 107, 128, 130, 131. 142, 143, 187, 194, 195 34, 38, 52, 72, 85, 90, 94, 130, 131, 139, 161, 175, 188, 189, 190, FES2 G rim m e, Jacob 146, 147, 1 9 5 ,2 1 5 ,2 1 6

Garinger, Ariella


Grasso, Tehani

Graziano, Harmony

GrecoHiranaka, Victoria

Ewing, Gabrielle


Groves, D aniel 11, 13, 167, 180, 181. 2 1 5 .2 1 6 Guppy, Steven 134, 135, 154, 155, 162, 188, 189, 212, 213, 215, 216 Gussman, Catharine 70, 73, 107 ,123, 135, 138, 161, 176, 190, 203


H aitsuka. H anako 11, 138, 140, 172, 175, 180, 203 Halstead, Steven 2 H anano, Chyna 178, 179, 209 H anano, M ichael 135, 139, 155, 167, 2 1 5 .2 1 6 11, 47, 53, 93, 9 9 ,1 0 4 , 128, 1 3 0 ,1 3 1 , 139, 141, 143, 148,1 4 9 , 168, 175, 195 H art, Kelly 195, 198 Hataji, Sora 34, 1 1 2 ,1 3 9 , 148, 149, 163, 174, 209 H aw baker, Laura A n n 195, 198 Hayslip, Jo rd an 4, 135, 154, 155 Hayslip, Sarah 194 H ead, Griffin 13, 1 4 0 ,1 5 5 , 215, 216, i FES1 1 4 ,1 5 , 16, 27, 5 4 ,7 5 , 89, 106, 128, 130, 131, 180 45, 5 5 ,1 2 8 , 1 3 5 ,1 5 4 H eym ann, Sara 1 6 6 ,1 9 4 , 215, 216 Higgins, K im o 8 7 ,1 3 6 , 144, 167 ,198, 199, FES1, FES2 1 4 ,1 5 , 56, 57, 86, 109, 1 1 9 ,1 2 6 , 1 2 8 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 , 141 ,150, 151, 1 7 2 ,1 7 3 , 1 7 4 ,1 9 0 14, 15, 56, 57, 86, 109, 1 1 9 ,1 2 6 , 130, 131, 162, 167, 1 8 6 ,187 Hollister, Kyle 111, 1 3 8 ,1 4 4 , 161,183, 1 9 4 ,1 9 5 , 203 H o rto n , Erika 1 1 ,1 0 6 , 138, 143, 180, 181, 200, 201, 203 H oskinson-W einstein, N iyah 5 5 ,1 6 8 , 169, 203 H su, C h en g -W ei 111, 147, 215 58, 84, 111 59, 128, 1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 4 2 ,1 4 3 , FES2 H um phrey, C orey 147, 198 H untington, D avid 1 6 7 ,1 7 6 ,1 7 7 , 198 H um ey , Patrick 7 ,1 5 0 ,1 5 1 ,1 7 6 , 177, 2 1 5 .2 1 6 H ustace, M oilie 195 3 4 ,3 5 , 46, 60, 71, 95, 124, 1 2 8 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 6 , 1 4 8 ,1 4 9

Hardwick, Makena

Healy, Teelin

Heitz, Tait

Higgins, Tucker Ho, Michael

Huang, Anyi Hubbard, HaleyKaipolani

Hwang, Tina I

Ichishita, K uulei 1 3 8 ,1 4 8 ,1 4 9 , 189, 195, 209 Ilagan-Ixblanc, M ichael Jo h n 135, 1 3 8 ,1 4 0 ,1 4 6 ,1 4 7 ,1 5 4 ,1 5 5 ,1 6 7 ,2 1 5 , 216 Im, C hristine 4, 24, 54, 1 3 5 ,1 4 1 ,1 4 8 , 1 4 9 ,1 8 6 ,1 8 7 , 203 Im onen, Sarie 187 Inaba, R ik a 1 6 2 ,1 6 3 ,1 9 7 , 198 In g lis , C y ru s 1 4 ,1 5 , 6 1 ,1 2 8 ,1 3 0 ., 1 3 1 ,1 3 4 ,1 3 9 , FES2 Inm an, Lois 1 2 ,1 2 7 ,1 9 8 Ito, Kako 1 1 2 ,1 3 7 ,1 3 9 ,1 4 8 , 1 4 9 ,163, 1 6 6 ,1 7 4 ,1 7 5 ,2 0 3

J Jam es, E than 1 4 6 ,1 4 7 , 167, 215, 216 Jam in ,Jo d y 111, 166, 215, 216 62, 1 2 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 9 4

Jamin, Manuel

Jarrett,Jason63, 130, 131.

135, 144, 145,189 Jarvill, Gary 178, 197, 198 Jefferson, K atherine 24, 186, 187, 203 Jim , Elizabeth 26, 44, 54, 139, 156, 157, 172, 175, 184, 191, 200, 201, 203 Johnson, Jam ie 1 3 7 ,170, 195, FES1 Johnson, Kayla 149, 166, 189, 203 Johnson, R u b y 138, 142, 166, 197, 2 1 5 .2 1 6 Johnston, A v ajean 11, 54, 135, 139, 140, 167, 187, 209 64, 77, 98, 129, 130, 1 3 1,148, 149, 171, 172, 173, 174 14, 15, 65, 106, 1 2 8,130, 1 3 1 ,1 7 0 ,1 7 1 , 180, 181.FES1 14, 15, 22, 50, 66, 1 2 0,129, 130, 1 3 1,140, 156,157, 166, 177, 178, 179 Ju d d , T ioni 198 46, 67, 105, 129, 130, 1 3 1 ,148, 149

Johnston, Nikki Jones, Alec

Juan, AnnaAnuhea

Jumabayeva, Alua


Kagawa, Caleb4, 36, 45, 68, 122, 129, 130, 131, 135, 154, 155, 161, 167, 1 94,218 K ahoe-M orrison, Liam 135, 183, 209 Kailimai, A na Malia 209 4, 5, 14, 15, 45, 68, 69, 1 2 5 ,1 2 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 5 , 154, 155, 167, 183 Kamaka, T aim ane 26, 44, 50, 136, 1 4 0 .1 5 5 .1 6 7 .1 7 3 .1 8 4 , 185, 191, 203 K am row , Barbara 127, 195, 198 Kaneshiro, R e y n 7, 135, 18 9 ,1 9 4 , 212, 2 1 3 .2 1 6 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, 27, 51, 70, 75, 79, 99, 107, 129, 130, 131, 142, 143, 148, 14 9 ,1 8 7 , 195, FES1 Kassis, Patricia 187, 198 Kawananakoa, K incaid 111, 1 8 8,189, 203 Kelsey, A ndrew 161, 197 K ennon, A dam 1 1 ,1 3 5 ,1 5 4 ,1 5 5 ,1 7 6 , 177, 2 0 3 ' K ilkenny, Jo h n 1 4 4 ,1 4 5 ,1 6 6 ,1 7 0 , 171, 195, 198, FES1.FE S2 K ilkenny, T ristan 111, 135, 144, 151, 171, 189, 203 K im ,Jeey o o n 148, 149, 209 11, 34, 35, 46, 6 0 ,7 1 , 9 5 ,1 2 8 ,1 4 8 ,1 4 9 ,1 6 2 , 195, FES2 K im , Seungyou 1 3 5 ,1 3 7 , 144, 145, 1 6 2 ,1 6 7 ,1 8 7 ,2 0 9 14, 15, 19, 72, 1 2 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 Kisliakov, Vladislav 111, 144, 209 1 4 ,1 5 ,1 7 , 26, 40, 44, 73, 77, 90, 118, 129, 1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 4 0 ,1 5 2 , 1 5 3 ,1 6 0 ,1 6 1 ,1 8 4 ,1 8 5 ,1 9 1 , FES2 K ojim a, B raden 2, 74, 1 4 0 ,1 8 2 ,1 8 3 , 209 1 4 ,1 5 , 31, 74, 102, 1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 9 K ojim a, Julie 198 K om atsu, K ento 183, 215, 216 1 4 ,1 5 , 16, 54, 75, 89, 9 9 ,1 0 6 ,1 2 8 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 .1 ,1 8 0 ,1 8 1 K ortzm an, N oah 1 4 4 ,171, 210 11, 26, 44, 76, 10 0 ,1 0 5 , 1 1 6 ,1 1 8 ,1 2 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 9 ,1 4 6 ,1 4 7 , 1 5 2 ,1 5 3 ,1 7 2 ,1 7 5 ,1 8 4 K otner, R o w an 26, 44, 76, 146,147, 1 6 6.184, 1 85,210

Kamaka, Isaiah

Kaplan, Eliana

Kim, KaHyunSarah

Kirkpatrick, Olivia Knoll, Teia

Kojima, Caylin

Koppes, Gabby Kotner, Ella

Kozuma, Kirara(Kiki) 11, 14, 15, 34, 64, 73, 7 7 ,1 0 0 , 112, 1 2 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 , 136, 139, 1 4 6,147 20, 36, 39, 45, 78, 111, 1 2 8 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 , 144, 1 4 5,154, 155, 163, 189, FES1 K ruge, K eith 185

Kramer, Isaiah


Ladwig, N athan 86, 87, 1 5 0 ,151, 203 Ladwig, T erry 198 11, 14, 15, 70, 79, 81, 9 9 ,1 0 7 , 1 1 0 ,1 1 9 ,1 2 8 , 1 3 0 ,131, 134 14, 15, 30, 40, 72, 80, 92, 123, 128, 1 3 0,131, FES2â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Laros, Janelle 54, 137, 138, 140, 148, 149, 152, 1 5 8 ,1 5 9 ,1 8 7 , 209, 210 Laude, Ian 140, 144, 164, 165, 167;, 173, 210 38, 70, 79, 81, 94, 9 9 ,1 0 1 ,1 0 4 ,1 1 0 , 139, 183, Julia 1 3 9 ,1 7 6 ,1 8 7 , 210 Lee, K yungm ook 144, 1 6 2 ,1 6 3 , 182, 183,211 Lee, M adison 1 3 5 ,1 5 6 ,1 5 7 ,1 9 5 , 215, 216 Lee, T aeh y u n 1 1 1 , 1 4 4,210 14, 15, 17, 20, 49, 82, 83, 88, 111, 117, 124, 125, 128, 130,131, 13 5 .1 4 4 , 1 4 5 ,1 7 6 ,1 7 7 ,1 9 4 ,2 1 8 , FES1, FES2 Lepik, A nnika 120, 136, 171, 172, 173, 1 7 8 ,1 7 9 ,2 0 3 ,2 1 6 Lepik, Karika 171, 215 Levine, Sienna 54, 135, 1 4 8 ,1 4 9 ,1 5 2 , 1 5 3 ,1 7 1 ,1 7 2 , 1 7 3,203 Lewis, Lucy 198 Libarios, Jacyn 146, 1 4 7 ,1 6 6 ,1 9 6 , 209, 210 1 7 ,2 0 , 49, 82, 83, 88, 1 1 7 .1 2 5 .1 2 8 .1 3 5 .1 4 4 , 1 4 5 ,1 5 0 ,1 7 1 Lindsey, H arleigh 215, 216 Lindsey, M arilei 198 Liu, Jingyi 148, 14 9 ,1 6 3 , 215 14, 15, 35, 58, 8 4 ,1 3 0 , 1 3 1 ,1 4 8 Locklin, Jordan 1 4 8 ,1 4 9 , 211 L orenzo, N icole 1 1 ,5 0 , 134, 210 L undy, K eanna 172, 173, 175, 203

Lambrecht, Cody

Langmade, Mackenzie


Lee, Victor

Lin, Wayne

Liu, Yiwen


M adeen, H enry 111, 135, 144, 154, 1 5 5 ,1 6 7 , 215, 216, FES1 M adrid Aguera, M aria 137, 1 6 2 ,163, 1 8 0 ,2 1 0 8 5 ,1 4 0 ,1 5 2 ,1 5 3 , 1 8 7 .2 1 0 M ahoney, Vera 1 4 ,1 5 , 38, 52, 81, 85, 9 0 ,1 2 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 9 ,1 5 8 ,1 5 9 ,1 6 1 , 172, 175, 186, 187, FES2 M andaguit, M arlie 26, 33, 43, 44, 73, 1 5 2 ,1 5 3 ,1 6 0 ,1 6 7 ,1 8 4 , 203, FES2 M arks, Jeffrey 210 M arkstein, Sophia 161, 1 6 3 ,1 7 2 ,1 9 0 , 194, 195, 203 M artin,Joyce 1 2 7 ,1 9 7 ,1 9 8 M arvin, Sabrina 11, 139, 148, 149, 1 5 8 .1 5 9 .1 8 7 .2 1 0 86, 8 7 ,1 2 8 , 150, 1 5 1 ,1 6 0 M atsui, H ajim e 144, 163, 166, 203 M atsum oto, D aniel 172, 173, 175, 203

Mahoney, Tola

Matsuda, Daniel

McCafferty,Jacob14, 15, 31, 42, 74,

8 6 ,8 7 ,1 0 0 ,1 0 2 ,1 2 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 4 , 1 3 5 ,1 3 7 ,1 5 0 ,1 5 1 M cD ow ell, Stephanie 1 4 ,1 5 ,1 2 7 ,1 9 9 M cG innis, Z oe 1 4 8 ,1 4 9 ,1 5 2 ,1 5 3 , 160, 162, 163, 167,17 5 , 187, 215, ,216 M cGuiness, Alayna 22, 3 9 ,1 0 6 ,1 6 1 , ] 17 8,179, 210 M cGuiness, Katelyn 1 3 9 ,1 5 6 ,1 5 7 , I 166, 200, 201, 204 M cK endry, R o b e rt 161, 199 M cK enna, Gregory 54, 1 4 7 ,1 9 7 ,1 9 9 1 M cM ackin, C urtis 1 1 ,1 3 5 ,1 5 4 ,1 5 5 ,, a 187, 204, FES1 M cM ackin, R iley 1 3 8 ,1 6 1 ,1 7 6 ,1 9 0 , i 210, FES2 M elton, B randon 134 ,150,151,206., j 207^210 M elton, Janet 199 M iche Rosales, Flavio 1 5 4 ,1 5 5 , 194, 2 1 5 ,2 1 6 , FES1 M iche Rosales, Juan 8 7 ,1 3 4 ,1 5 0 ,1 5 1 ,1 167, 204 Millar, D yllan 1 3 9 ,1 4 8 ,1 4 9 , 168,171, 210 M iller, Kai 13 4 ,1 5 0 , 210 Mills, Logan 135,154 , 204, FES1, FES2 14, 1 5 ,1 7 , 20, 49, 65, 8 2 ,8 3 ,8 8 , 111, 1 1 2 ,1 1 7 ,1 2 5 ,1 2 9 , 13 4 ,1 3 5 , 144, 1 4 5 ,1 6 1 ,1 6 3 ,1 6 9 ,1 7 4 , 194, 218 M itchell, Luke 204 M itchell, R osanne 199 14, 15, 5 3 ,7 0 , 75, J j 89, 9 9 ,1 0 4 ,1 0 6 ,1 0 7 ,1 4 1 ,1 8 0 ,1 8 1 : M ontenegro, Aiexa 1 4 6 ,1 4 7 M ontgom ery, C indy 14, 15, 127,197, 1 199 M orita, A nna 1 6 3 ,1 6 6 ,1 7 4 , 2 1 5,216 I 26, 44, 52, 85, 90, j j 92, 1 2 9,130, 1 3 1 ,1 3 5 ,1 5 2 ,1 5 3 ,1 6 0 1 M um au, Eric 1 3 7 ,1 4 7 ,1 9 5 ,1 9 9 14 ,1 5 , 91, a 1 0 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 6 1 ,1 8 0 ,1 8 1 ,1 9 4 ,2 1 8


Moniz, Christian

Morrison, Leila



N air, Sneha 7 ,1 3 5 ,1 4 8 ,1 4 9 ,1 5 2 , 166, 167, 178, 179, 194, 215, 216 14, 15, 40, 80, 9 0 ,9 2 , | 1 2 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 4 0 ,1 5 2 ,1 5 3 ,1 6 1 ,1 8 4 , 185,19.1, FES2 N gango D ikobo, Dylan 8 8 ,1 3 5 , 144, j 1 4 5,163, 172, 1 7 6 ,1 7 7 , 210 N guyen, K ieu-G iang 146, 147,162, t 173, 204 N ie, W eixing 140, 144,1 4 5 , 163,167, i 173, 17 4 ,1 7 5 , 204 N ielsen, Kristen 139, 1 5 2 ,1 6 6 ,1 9 0 , % 204 N im s, R ik i 144, 163, 166, 174,210 N obriga, B etty 199 N oetzel, Karly 1 6 2 ,1 6 3 , 187, 215,216 N oetzel, M ark 19, 187, 199 N ogues, M ary-Alice 195,1 9 9

Neal, Mailani


O'Leary, H ai-C h i 218 O'Leary, H u i-C h u n Lu 148, 197,199 O'Leary, Patrick 154, 161, 195, 218 O 'T oole, R achel 210 O cheltree, C hristine 2 ,1 4 2 , 143,160, 164, 165, 197, 204 O h .J iY e o n 140,146, 147, 161,176, j 190, 204 O rm sby, Sheldon 1 97 ,1 9 9

Drtega,JohnPaulo14, 15, 93, 130, 3 1 ,1 3 5 ,1 4 1 ,1 4 2 , 1 4 3 ,1 4 4 , 195 Dshiro, Scott 136, 154 Dstrem, E m m a 34, 173, 204 Dstrem, M atth ew 187, 215

D ’a'oa, C oach 154, 155 ’alleschi, A n th o n y 94, 135, 136, 154, 55, 204 17, 45, 68, 70, 94, 0 1 ,1 0 7 ,1 2 2 ,1 2 5 ,1 2 8 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 5 , 3 9 ,1 5 4 ,1 5 5 ,1 6 7 ,1 7 6 ,1 7 7 ’arker, K ira 187, 1 9 4 ,2 1 5 , 216 'atig, Alice 71, 95, 135, 1 3 8 ,1 5 2 , 172, 73, 204 14, 15, 35, 37, 46, 60, 1 ,9 5 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 5 8 ,1 5 9 ,1 8 7 14, 15, 96, 128, 3 0 .1 3 1 .1 3 4 , 1 4 4 ,1 5 0 ,1 5 1 ,1 7 2 ,1 7 3 , 75 'autz, G harin 4, 5, 89, 134, 139, 150, 5 1 ,1 8 3 ,2 0 9 ,2 1 1 93, 96, 97, 1 2 8 ,1 3 0 , 131, 3 8 ,1 4 4 , 1 5 0 ,1 7 3 'erry, Julia 11, 73, 139, 156, 157, 171, 8 4 .1 8 5 .1 9 1 .2 1 6 'erry, Justin 135, 154, 155, 182, 183, 04 'erry, S tep h en 160, 177, 185 etrill, D aniel 176, 1 7 7 ,1 9 9 H pU , M egan 142, 143, 211 59, 64, 98, 2 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 4 2 ,1 4 3 ,1 4 8 ,1 4 9 ,1 6 3 , 7 1 ,1 7 2 ,1 7 3 ,1 7 5 , FES2 etteys, D ana 127, 176 ezzuto, Elisabeth 148, 1 4 9 ,1 5 2 ,1 7 2 , 8 7 .2 1 6 jeardo, G iulia 130, 131, 146, 147 iercy, A driana 125, 1 9 7 ,1 9 9 Kgott, A dam 1 8 7 ,2 1 1 B ijffe , A nais 1 4 8 ,1 7 1 15i 16, 19, 27, 70, |5 ,7 9, 8 1 ,8 9 , 9 9 ,1 0 4 ,1 0 6 ,1 0 7 ,1 1 0 , 2 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 4 ,1 6 1 ,1 8 0 ,1 8 1 ,1 9 0 1 4 ,1 5 , 100, 105, K l 3 1 , 1 4 6 ,1 4 7 ,1 5 2 ,1 5 3 ,1 7 4 4, 45, 70, 79, 81, 94, * 1 0 1 , 1 0 4 , 1 0 9 ,1 1 0 ,1 1 9 ,1 2 5 ,1 2 9 , 6 , 1 3 1 , 1 3 4 , 1 5 4 , 1 5 5 , 1 6 1 , 1 9 4 , 218 lurdy, K aky 199

’alleschi, Nicky

’atig, Emily



’etrill-Abrojina, Noe

HHce, Maiah14, roljak, LanaIva towers, Luke

Itagland, Davy11,14,15,31,42,74, 6, 8 7 ,1 0 2 ,1 2 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 9 ,1 5 0 , [5 1 ,1 6 1 ,1 6 7 Lavaglia. M ark 144, 199

leinvald, Mai 14,15, 103, 113,120, M 9 , 1 3 0 ,1 3 1 , FES2

fichardson, A lexa 137, 138, 1 4 0 ,1 6 3 , 8 7 .2 1 6 pley, Abigail 148, 1 4 9 ,1 5 2 , 163, 171, 8 9 ,2 0 4 , FES2 f c y , T a n n e r 11, 142, 1 4 3 ,1 7 2 , 211 Lobertson, A sher 1 3 5 ,1 6 6 , 187, 216 Locha, Joan n e 199 Logers, A m b er 146, 147, 172, 175, W , 204 Louse, Sarah 2, 143, 174, 175, 204 Lowe, C h risto p h er 135, 144, 145, 160, H . 1 7 0 ,1 7 1 ,1 7 2 ,1 7 3 , 204, FES1 70, 81, 101, 104, 0 7 .1 0 9 .1 1 0 .1 1 9 .1 2 9 .1 3 0 .1 3 1 .1 3 4 , 0 5 ,1 6 3 ,1 9 5 [yan, D ylan 135, 138, 1 5 4 ,1 8 3 , E S I, FES2

plf, Nile 14,15,



Saalfeld, Clara 211 11, 14, 15, 34, 67, 105, 1 1 6 ,1 2 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 , 1 4 8 ,1 4 9 ,1 6 2 ,1 6 3 , 172, 17 5 ,1 7 6 , 190, FES1, FES2 Saito, E m m a 7, 166, 178, 179, 216 Sakurai, Lisa 199 14, 15, 86, 106, 129, 130, 131, 180, 181 51, 70, 107, 13 0 ,1 3 1 , 140, 186 11, 14, 15, 77, 90, 108, 120, 128, 130, 131, 136, 172, 175 Sasaki, Kiana 50, 148, 149, 161, 163, 190.211 Savage, W illiam 134, 150, 151, 163, 216 Schm idt-TophofF, Lilly 148, 149, 168, 180.211 Schneider, Jam es 118, 183, 211 S chom , A aron 148, 149, 176, 177 Schorn, Sarah 148, 149, 199 14, 15, 86, 109, 119, 1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 4 ,1 4 0 ,1 8 6 ,1 8 7 Schulm an, Sarah 158, 159, 163, 167, 18 7 .2 1 6 Scoufos, D em etria 13, 137, 161, 166, 17 6 ,1 9 0 , 216, FES2 Sebastian, Crystal Faith 127, 199 19, 61, 70, 81, 9 4 ,1 0 1 ,1 0 4 ,1 0 7 ,1 1 0 ,1 1 8 , 12 9 ,1 3 0 , 1 3 1 ,1 3 4 ,1 3 8 Serikova, Aya 148, 149, 217 Shafer, C oco 1 6 7 ,1 7 8 ,1 7 9 , 216 14, 15, 58, 111, 130, 1 3 1 ,1 3 5 ,1 4 4 ,1 9 5 Shim am ura, K osuke 11, 144, 161, 163,’* 1 7 4 ,1 8 6 ,1 8 7 ,2 0 4 ,2 1 8 14, 15, 35, 112, 129, 130, 131, 134, 142, 143, 146, 147, 161, 163, 174, FES1, FES2 Shropshire, B ianca 166, 195, 216 Siebert, R ach el 137, 1 3 8 ,1 4 0 , 171, 1 8 0 ,1 9 7 , 216 Sienkiewicz, T ristan 140, 150, 167, 211 Sim m ersbach, F inn 7, 140, 183, 216 Sim one, Z e n 182, 183, 204 Skupeika, Jonas 13, 134, 135, 144, 171, 176, 177, 204 Smigel, Aliya 135, 148, 149, 152, 163, 1 6 6 .1 7 2 .2 1 6 Smigel, M aya 135, 138, 148, 149, 152, 1 5 3 ,1 6 3 ,1 7 1 ,1 7 2 ,1 7 5 ,1 8 8 ,1 8 9 ,2 0 4 29, 103, 113, 120, 1 2 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 S m rke, A m anda 106, 156, 157, 161, 176, 180, 204 S m rke, Justin 22, 39, 135, 154, 155, 204 4, 5, 55, 144, 130, 1 3 1 ,1 6 7 ,1 6 8 ,1 6 9 Souza, Ashley 137, 152, 180, 181, 216 Spencer, E than 195, 199 Spencer, Ka'ai 154, 199 Stake, E than 89, 135, 154, 155, 163, 180, 1 81,211 Stake, M cK enzie 89, 13 8 ,1 5 6 , 157, 1 6 6 ,1 7 2 ,1 7 3 ,1 7 5 ,1 8 0 ,1 8 1 , 204 14, 15, 39, 50, 115, 1 2 0 ,1 2 8 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 7 7 Streiter, Jackson 138, 164, 165, 205 S ubiono, C oach 154, 155 Sulistiono, Alexi 161, 176, 190, 216

Sabyr, Alina

Sakurai, Tanner Sandulli,Julian

Sarwar, Noor


Sekiya, DaleJames

Shan, Vincent

Shimizu, Miina

Smith, Kaliko


Stevens, Keola

Sullivan, Lauren26, 65, 76, 100,

10 5 ,1 1 6 , 129, 130, 131, 139, 146, 147, 152, 153, 170, 171, 17 2 ,1 7 3 , FES1 Sung, Leslie 2, 35, 60, 71, 9 5 ,1 4 6 , 147, 172, 173, 205 Suraganov, Y erden 67, 93, 105, 111, 144, 145, 163, 167, 187, 217

T T , C oach 148, 149 Tadaki, Patricia 199 T akaoka, K otaro 14 4 ,1 6 3 , 171, 194, 195, 205, FES2 T akaoka, R yuji 7, 112, 146, 147, 163, 167, 188, 1 8 9 ,2 1 6 ,2 1 7 T an, W ei 88, 111, 144, 145, 166,205 T anaka, T akuto 144, 163, 166, 174, 205 Taylor, E m m a 26, 44, 156, 157, 184, 185, 191, 205 Taylor, Kau-'inohea 26, 44, 73, 118, 1 8 4 .1 9 1 .2 0 5 Telles, Felix 199 T erpak, Jared 195, 199 T eururai, Etera 106, 180, 181, 211 T exeira, N a h e 7 , 138, 143, 148, 149, 2 1 6 .2 1 7 T hom pson, R achel 187, 216, 217 T ichotsky, M arina 144, 195 T oga Collings, Sara 148, 149 14, 15, 17, 20, 45, 46, 4 9 ,8 2 , 83, 8 8 ,1 1 2 ,1 1 7 ,1 2 5 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 , 144, 1 5 4 ,1 5 5 ,1 6 3 ,1 6 7 T om ita, K ento 111, 1 4 6 ,1 4 7 ,1 6 3 ,2 1 7 , FES1, FES2 T ufiga, Iolom e 22, 39, 106, 139, 173, 1 7 5 .1 7 6 .1 8 0 .2 0 5 T w igg-S m ith, Asa 1 0 6,150, 151,211

Tomita, Eiji


U en o , A kihiko 146, 147, 163, 167, 192, 1 9 3 .2 1 7 U e n o , N ana 16, 63, 77, 9 0 ,1 3 5 , 139, 141, 146, 147, 152, 153, 161, 163, 167, 171, 172, 184, 191, 194, 205, 218

V Vallente, Brianna

14, 15, 19, 33, 44, 7 2 ,7 3 , 1L§, 1 2 |, 130, 131, 138, 184, 185,191 " Van B ergen, T eah 141, 184, 185, 191, 2 1 6 .2 1 7 V an K irk, V aughn 6, 86, 134, 136, 1 5 0 ,1 5 1 ,1 6 0 ,1 6 6 ,2 1 1 Van Tassell, Laney 166, 178, 179, 216, 217 19, 45, 70, 79, 81, 8 6 ,9 4 , 99, 1 0 1,107, 1 0 9 ,1 1 0 ,1 1 9 , 1 2 9 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 3 4 ,1 6 7 ,1 8 6 ,1 8 7 Vazquez, M atthew 135, 139, 150, 172, 1 8 7 .2 1 2 .2 1 3 .2 1 6 .2 1 7 V erm eulen, Sidney 211 V irtue, Jordan 175, 187, 205 V on W ilam ow itz, A nton 93, 135, 138, 144, 162, 171,211

Varney, Connor

w W alker, Jam es 199 W alker, N oa 11, 98, 111, 144, 172, 173, 180, 181, 211 W alker, T re 136 W ang, C h e 146, 147, 211 W aw ner, Bear 136, 154, 160, 176 W aw ner, Fred 9, 13, 134, 148, 154, 155, 166, 176, 177, FES1, FES2 W ei.Jin zh i 144, 162, 163, 172, 173, 175.205

W e lc h , J o b 14, 15, 50, 115, 120, 129, 130, 131, 177, 178, 179 W estervelt, David 4, 135, 144, 145, 155, 176,177, 205 W hite, A drienne 1 7 6 ,178 , 179, 195, 199 W hite, Bradley 135, 154, 155, 205, FES1 W hite, George 197, 199 W h ite , M ille r 6 5 ,1 2 1 ,1 2 9 , 130, 131, 137, 142, 1 4 3 ,1 4 6 ,1 4 7 , 160, 162, 164, 165, 1 7 1,172, 173,174, FES2 W hite, W ill 3 4 ,1 2 1 , 135,1 4 4 , 160, 1 6 7 ,171, 176,177, 205 W hitfield, C hristopher 138, 150, 151, 182, 1 8 3 ,2 1 6 ,2 1 7 W iecking, Bill 167,197, 199 W inkler, N ik 135, 141, 144, 145, 171, 211

W insa H enderson, Oscar 65, 205 W inston, Blake 134, 1 5 0 ,1 6 2 ,1 6 7 , 180, 181,211 W inston, Gillian 7 ,1 8 0 , 181, 216, 217 W inters, A lexander 135, 154, 155, 167, 211 W ise, Kiele 148, 149, 178, 179, 216, 217 W ise, N o ah 4 ,1 2 2 , 134, 140, 154, 155, 167, 172, 182, 183, 211 W ise, P o m a i4 5 , 122,129 , 135, 154, 155 W ise, T ren to n 1 6 7 ,183, 205, FES1, FES2 W o lfe n b e rg e r, M a d elein e 30, 80, 1 2 3 ,1 2 8 ,1 3 0 ,1 3 1 ,1 9 9 , FES2 W ong, Lyons 4, 5, 78, 136, 144, 163, 167, 211.FES1 W ong, Patrick 135, 162, 212, 213, 216, 217 W oods, H ope 149, 217 W right, H arry 11, 111, 144, 167, 205 W u , Y ue 1 4 6 ,1 4 7 , 163, 205


Xia, Z ich u n 146, 147, 187, 217 X ia n g , C h lo e jin g y i 34, 35, 46, 71, 124, 130, 131, 148, 149, 162


Yamada, Maria 148, 149, 163, 166, 174, 1 9 2 ,1 9 3 ,2 1 7 Y a te s , C o lin 14, 15, 19, 45, 49, 82, 101, 117, 125, 128, 130. 131, 135, 144, 145, 154, 155, 161, 176, 177, 194, 218, FES1, FES2 Yessenzhan, A sset93, 111, 134, 135, 141, 146, 147, 171, 172,217 Y oon, Sanghyup 111, 138, 144, 162, 166, 187, 216, 217 Y oung, Keanu 167, 216, 217 Y oung, M arin 11, 4 8 ,1 4 0 , 142, 143, 146, 147, 160, 209,211 Y uen, Kaili 160, 172, 174, 175, 186, 205


Zarate, Jordan 7, 135, 148, 149, 152, 153, 184, 185, 1 9 1 ,2 1 6 ,2 1 7 Z e ffe rt, B ry c e 56, 57, 65, 126, 129, 130,131, 162 Z hcn, Q ianhui 137, 148, 149, 161, 163, 195,205 Zilz, Ethan 144, 163, 205 Z ucker, W illiam W augh 195, 199

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