Ho’olaule’a is a time for the celebration of Hawaiian culture at St. Joseph School. Students, faculty, staff, families, and friends all join together to celebrate and honor Hawaiian traditions and practices. Ho’olaule’a incorporates the Hawaiian Royal Court, which was traditionally always in attendance at large celebrations. Royal Court members are selected by the classes and the Royal King and Queen are chosen by the entire student body. The Royal Court is celebrated during our Ho’olaule’a festival where the royal queen and the kāne (men) and wāhine (women) of the court perform a hula.

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