Head of School Ryan Masa interviewed on The Mike Buck Show

Head of School Ryan Masa interviewed on The Mike Buck Show

Early this morning, Head of School Ryan Masa was featured on The Mike Buck Show, a radio show on AM 690 and 94.3 FM.

Ryan shared a few highlights about how Assets is preparing to open our campuses in August, what our mission is, the purpose of our Illumination Auction, and how we serve our community.

Please help us to continue providing learning that transforms lives. The Illumination Virtual Auction begins today, July 16 and runs through Sunday, July 19 at 5 p.m.

All proceeds from the auction go towards providing tuition assistance to our families who need our help, now more than ever: https://assets2020.ggo.bid

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Ryan and Kanoe Gibson

Ryan Masa is interviewed by Kanoe Gibson on HINOWDaily and shares about our Illumination auction and "Celebrating 65 Years of Transforming Lives" television show. 

Announcing Assets' TV Show

Assets is producing a one-hour television show: “Assets School-Celebrating 65 Years of Transforming Lives.” 

Mark your calendars for Wednesday, April 14th at 8 p.m. on K5, Saturday, April 17th at 6 p.m. on KGMB-TV (CBS) and Sunday, April 18th at 4 p.m. on KHNL-TV (NBC).

Assets School Donates 1,254 Pounds of Food

Assets School's community of #GreatMinds collected 1,254 pounds of food and $300, which was donated to the Hawaii Foodbank for Assets School's first Giving Back Tuesday.

Message from Hawaiian Studies Teacher Mele-Aina Wood

Hawaiian Studies teacher Mele-Aina Wood shares how important it is to pay it forward because someday those children, who have benefitted from your generosity, will be the ones giving back: https://youtu.be/d42FgQzmjws

Robot-assisted Graduation 2020

Special times called for special measures. Thanks to Assets' Robotics Coach, Peter Han, our #greatminds had one of the most unique graduation ceremonies that included a Diploma Robot!

Highway Overhead Shot at Night

Research suggests that because of the freedom we had growing up, which included the freedom to do some foolish things that necessitated taking responsibility for our actions, we became capable problem solvers and resilient individuals.