THE KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOL FOR
THE KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOL FOR BOYS
will be ready for the admission of students on the
First Tuesday of October, 1887
Only a limited number of Students will be received this year, and those desiring to enter the School in the future must apply on the 1st day of September 1887.
Each student will occupy a separate room furnished with bed, table, and chair; and a list of items to be furnished by each student will be sent if asked for in advanced to the teacher.
Each student will be allowed to carry out 12 hours a week of manual labor. For industrial arts, two hours a day, and five days a week. Military drilling and physical education will be a portion of the curriculum everyday.
Arithmetic, English Language, Popular Science [Akeakamai], Elementary Algebra [Anahonua], Free-hand and Mechanical Drawing [Kakau me Kaha Kii], Practical Geometry [Moleanahonua], Bookkeeping [malama Buke Kalepa], tailoring [tela humu lole], printing [pai palapala], masonry [hamo puna], and other similar things, and blacksmithing.
tuition for the schooling.
($40) FORTY DOLLARS PER YEAR.
$20 to be paid at the beginning of each quarter.
The students must get prior approval from the Doctor attesting to their good health, and letters of recommendation from other schools.
Examinations for those entering will be held on MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1887, at the schoolhouse at Palama, 8:30 A. M. They will show their knowledge in reading, writing, geography, the four rules of Arithmetic, writing in English, and the spelling of 100 English words.
As for anything else, you may find out by asking the principal.
REV. WILLIAM B. OLESON.
[See also the English-language announcement found in the May 24th issue of the Hawaiian Gazette. It is interesting to note especially the difference in the wording for the part about manual labor.]
(Kuokoa 5/28/1887, p. 2)