Scholarship

 
 

2018-2019 Scholarship Application is Available Now!

Application Deadline: March 15, 2019


The All PONO Scholarship was created by Jrae Viela in 2014, as a way to honor of her brother, Pono.  Family, friends, and community members stepped up to support Jrae's mission—to promote the pursuit of higher education by awarding scholarship grants to deserving residents and All PONO athletes on the islands of Maui and Lānaʻi.  Since its first year of awards in 2015, Jrae and the All PONO Board handed out over $10,000 to a dozen college-bound seniors.

A 2016 graduate of Kamehameha Schools, Jrae is currently in her second year of attending Linfield College in Oregon—studying to become a psychologist.  Aside from her academic life, Jrae continues to raise funds towards providing additional All PONO Scholarships, for the 2017-2018 award cycle.

 

CONGRATULATIONS
2018-2019 Scholarship Recipients!

Shalei Awai
H. P. Baldwin High School ($1,000)

Cassidy Matsuda
Maui High School ($1,000)

Jordyn Vierra
H.P. Baldwin High School ($1,000)

 

PAST SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

2015

Britney Delima
($1,000)
H. P. Baldwin High School

ʻAʻaliʻi Dukelow
($1,000)
King Kekaulike High School

Mark Pader
($1,000)
Lanaʻi High School

Brandy Taguchi
($1,000)
Kamehameha Schools—Maui

2016

Jacy Sera
($1,000)
Maui High School

Michael Kahula
($1,000)
Kamehameha Schools—Maui

Alexandra Simo
($1,000)
Molokaʻi High School

 

2017

Leah Maddela
($1,000)
Kamehameha Schools—Maui

Kiera Viela
($500)
Kamehameha Schools—Maui

Kupono Duarte
($500)
Kamehameha Schools—Maui

Montana Vaught
($1,000)
Kamehameha Schools—Maui

Damien Awai
($500)
H. P. Baldwin High School

2018

Camille Kimoto
($1,000)
H.P. Baldwin High School

Caele Manley
($1,000)
Molokai High School

Jarrin Correa
($1,000)
Kamehameha Schools—Maui

Austin Peters
($1,000)
Kamehameha Schools—Maui


SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS LOOKING BACK

 
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