The heart of our mission is teaching students to love and know God.  Weekly chapel services contribute to our students' spiritual growth.  Our student body gathers in the Worship Center for a time of worship and a Biblical message.  For our lower grades (Preschool to Grade 3), Children's Chaplain Sandy Simmons incorporates puppets and skits to share Bible stories and lessons.  For upper chapel (Grades 4 to 12), Pastor Kainoa Valente challenges students to live out the message of Christ in their everyday life.

Combined chapels are held on special occasions such as Thanksgiving, Walkathon Day, and End of Year.  Family members are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Chapel guests have included KCC missionaries, Christian artists Jana Alayra and Junko, and the Covenant Players.

SPECIAL RECOGNITION: Every month, we celebrate the "Fruit of the Spirit" for students in Kindergarten to 12th grade. Homeroom teachers select a "fruit," or characteristic, that is best reflected in each student. These characteristics are love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control (Galatians 5:22-23).

The "Ohana" Award is presented to students in 4th to 12th grade after the end of each quarter. Classmates and the homeroom teacher select student(s) that best demonstrate respect, responsibility, problem solving skills, school pride, and a team spirit.