The Midkiff Learning Center was dedicated in 1977 at the Kamehameha Schools Kapālama High School campus. It was designed for current and future students of the high school to house materials from both the boys school library and girls school library. But it also envisioned a learning center for future generations with a dedicated room for Hawaiiana materials, a television studio and an audio and graphics center.
Today, that vision is being realized in a thriving Learning Center with a Library of over 60,000 books and other various resources, a Digital Media Production studio, a Student Production Center, the Hawaiʻi Pacific Collection, Student Publications, the Kamehameha Schools Museum Archive and multiple classroom spaces and work study spaces.
See our homepage and individual instructional area pages for more information about Midkiff Learning Center’s resources, services and classes.