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In this episode of HIKI NŌ on PBS Hawai‘i, student storytellers tell adventurous tales that include a feature story about a healing music class in Lahaina, Maui, and a memorable biking community, among others.

A HIKI NŌ feature story produced by students at Moanalua High School on O‘ahu uncovers a passionate biking community that spans generations and goes from dirt to pavement.

Hawai‘i Technology Academy students on O‘ahu share their profile they produced while on a trip to Lahaina, Maui, about a Lahaina man who lost everything during the 2023 Maui wildfires and is finding healing and peace alongside students while teaching them the joys of playing an instrument.

Ka‘u High and Pahala Elementary School student Ceceta Carlend shares a personal tribute to a song that has great cultural significance to her family and those in the Marshall Islands in her HIKI NŌ Student Reflection.

H.P. Baldwin High School student Kadon Antolin takes viewers into the pastures of  his home island of Maui in his HIKI NŌ Personal Narrative and describes how hunting an invasive species of deer is more than a treasured hobby.

Lily Lawrence, a 4th grader at Waikīkī Elementary School on O‘ahu shares a relevant Student Reflection about how she took lessons from playing a video game in a virtual world into practice while making friends in real life.

Students at Konawaena High School on Hawai‘i Island shine the spotlight on a young man who flips stereotypes on their heads on the school’s cheer team.

Tamar Wachi, a 12th grader at Hawai‘i Technology Academy on O‘ahu, hosts.

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Kadon Antolin, 12th grader at H.P. Baldwin High School:
“I’ve come to the conclusion it’s no longer a hobby for me. It’s something that I absolutely have to do.”