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Friday, October 19:   There will be no school on Friday, October 19th due to Senior Project Presentations.  Trunk or Treat! Hey Students! Halloween is right around the corner and our student council will be holding a trunk or treat. Trunk or treat is a small, fun event where you can go trick or treating right here on campus. On Friday October 19 from 6:30-8pm there will be a trunk or treat with food for sale and mini games in the admin parking lot here at Lahainaluna. This event is safe and fun for kids of all ages so make sure to stop by and bring your younger siblings.  The Lahainaluna Future Farmers of America (FFA) program will be holding a Pumpkin Patch for our West Side Families at our school's agricultural field. Families and keikis are invited to come on up to our school and pick out a fresh, locally-grown pumpkin to carve out for your Halloween Festivities! Pumpkins of all shapes and sizes will be sold and price will be determined by the size of the pumpkin you choose. Just a reminder that only cash are accepted. Mahalo! For more on our school's events/news, check our Daily e-Bulletin....
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Alma Mater

 

Lahainaluna High School Alma Mater

(Words and Music by Albert Kaleikini; Arranged by Samuel K. Mookini) (kahako not included)

 

‘O ka Malu ‘ulu o Lele (No e ka ‘oi)
Na kualono nani e (ku kilakila)
Me ka ua kilikilihune (A o Halona)
Ho’opulu  i ke oho ka palai

CHORUS (HUI)
‘O Lahaina, Lahainaluna nani
Ka hoku hele ho‘i o ka Pakipika
Ipu kukui ‘a mau (Pio ‘ole)
I ka makani Kaua ‘ula

Hu ‘i anu ka wai ma uka (Wai piula)
Ka ‘oe nenehe ike aumoe (‘Olu e)
‘Au ‘au na manu o ka uka (‘Oka uka weli)
Ho ‘olono  i ka leo pelekani

(CHORUS-HUI)
   
Oh, the land of shadow of the flying breadfruit
The wonder of lands
With the every spraying delightful showers
(of Halona)
Wetting the foliage of the ferns

Oh, Lahaina, Lahainaluna nani (beauty)
The leading star of the Pacific
The ever burning torch which cannot be
Extinguished by the fierce winds of Kaua‘ula

With the cool waters from the mountains
(the springing waters)
Dripping silently during the midnight
(so comforting)
The Birds happily bathing in its freshness
Listen to their echo in the valley

 

*In 1898, Albert Kaleikini, a student at Lahainaluna, went on an excursion to Pu ‘u Pa ‘upa‘u.  Beholding the spectacular view, he was moved to write “Lahainaluna”, which became the Alma Mater.
-source:  Lahainaluna 150th reunion. 

 

 

 

YONDER LAHAINA MOUNTAINS

(Composed by Alice K. K. Banham, Boarding Department dorm matron from 1929-1956.)

There I gaze at yonder Lahaina mountains
Where hills are quiet and still,
Surrounded with its beauty and its glory
To thee this song shall ever be

Chorus:
Lahainaluna mau a mau
Aloha, aloha, home for all
Thy lovely fragrance of Oleander
To thee this song shall ever be

Kilakila ku ‘u home oia uka
Ha ‘aheo a Maui no e ka oi,
Whispering mai poina oe iae
Ka home kaulana o ka aina

(Chorus)

 

 

O KOU ALOHA

(A gift from the late Kumu John K. Lake in honor of David Malo Day 1992)

 

O kou aloha ka ikena aku
I ka hana lalo
A pono e haele ‘olu I loko o ke wa

Hele aku ai kupono
Ho ‘oheno mau kela
I kela maula makou e
    

Your love is great for all the things gone by
It’s time to move on swiftly
And it’s only time

As we move forward we will cherish
What we know will always continue
And we’ll be there