Kamehameha Schools Song Contest

The Kamehameha Schools Song Contest is an annual choral music competition between the grades 9-12 graduating classes of the Kamehameha Schools Kapālama Campus. The contest is televised live throughout the state of Hawaii on KGMB. It is also webcast live on the school's website and has previously been simulcast on the radio statewide, most recently on KUMU. The 93rd competition, "He Lei Poina ‘Ole Ke Keiki: A Beloved Child is a Lei Never Forgotten," will be held on Friday March 22, 2013.

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