Senior Jasmine Casey

Jasmine Casey is grateful for Pauahi and her legacy.

November 26, 2016


Photo by Holly Honda

Jasmine Casey shares that she is grateful for Pauahi.

Jasmine Casey shares that she is grateful for Princess Pauahi and her legacy.

Casey is one who immerses herself in the Hawaiian culture and shares the culture with everyone she can. She shares it through hula, ʻōlelo and many other ways.

She is grateful for Pauahi who has provided an education for herself and many others.

“[Pauahi has] given us the opportunity to identity ourselves as Hawaiians,” she said.

Casey said that Kamehameha Schools has provided a college prep education, and she hopes to further her education at the Univerisity of Hawaiʻi Hilo.

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