First Day of School for 7th graders
Mandatory Parent Meeting-Girls Volleyball, Cross Country, Cheerleading, Air Riflery, JV Girls Softball
Date: 7/29/2015, 6:30 PM
Location: Kahuku HS Cafe
First Day of School for 8th-12th graders
Football Campbell vs Kahuku (at Kahuku)
Date: 8/7/2015, 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Location: Kahuku High & Intermediate School, 56-490 Kamehameha Highway, Kahuku, HI 96731, United States
Football Kapolei vs Kahuku (TV) at Kapolei
Date: 8/14/2015, 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Location: Kapolei High School, 91-5007 Kapolei Parkway, Kapolei, HI 96707, United States
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Freshman Essie Workman and 10th-grader Truman Spring spent their summer traveling to the University of Maryland; competing against 3,000 students; and securing rankings as the U.S.’ top #7 and #8 students, respectively, at the National History Day Contest.
Hawaii News Now article:
Spring – Hawaii’s first-place winner in the “Senior (9-12) Paper” category at the state History Day contest, the qualifying leg for June’s national competition – placed eighth in the U.S. in the Essay category. His paper, “The Legacy of Caesar Augustus: The Prince of the Senate, The Price of the Peace,” explored Caesar’s quest for peace and his leadership style that still exists today. At nationals, he also won the Outstanding State Entry – Senior Division award.
In Workman’s Individual Performance, “Captain America: A Man Before His Time,” she played various roles that conveyed the impact that the super hero inspired in minorities, women and the physically challenged during WWII. Besides placing seventh nationally, her entry earned a special World War II award. In the state contest, she placed first in her category.
Competitors in the Kenneth E. Behring National History Day Contest came from China, South Asia, Korea, all 50 United States, the District of Columbia, Central America, Puerto Rico, American Samoa and Guam.
Spring’s teachers were Lorey Ishihara and Debra Ulii, while Workman’s was Lisa Lessing.
Hawaii History Day, a prequalifier for NHD, is a Hawaii Council for the Humanities program.
The Kahuku High and Intermediate duo survived the preliminaries, during which 85 percent of the entries from the sixth- through 12th-grade contestants were eliminated. The finals consisted of the top 15 percent with some 14 entries in five categories.
Since raising its student-athlete eligibility level to a 2.3 GPA last school year, Kahuku High and Intermediate’s scholarship awards quintupled; most GPAs reached closer to 3.0; and the great majority qualified for season-long play.
Kahuku’s 2015 seniors saw a 285 percent spike in monetary value from academic and athletic scholarships compared to 2014’s seniors. In 2014, $600,000 in scholarships was awarded. In 2015, $1.7 million was awarded.
1. Mandatory Parent Meeting Football Only
Wednesday, July 15, 2015. 6:30pm, Kahuku HS Café
2. Student Athletic Passes
$25.00/Pass. 3 or more $20.00/Pass
Good for all OIA Season Athletic Events Home and Away
Discount during playoffs.
Good for all OIA Sports, 2015-16 SY.
Pick up during registration or pay at the front office.
3. Go to School Web Site to check for other athletic information.
4. Fall Sports
5. To support Athletics, purchase an advertisement on the Athletic Calendar or a banner to be hung at home games, contact the Athletic Director for more information.
Gillian D.R, Yamagata CAA Athletic Director
Kahuku High & Intermediate School
P: (808)293-8950 ext 364|f: (808)293-8960
Good for All Sports,
2015-16 OIA Season Games,
Home and Away.
Purchase at Registration or at the Front Office.
Some $22,000 in donated monies from the Harold K.L. Castle Foundation, Turtle Bay Resort, SunEdison, The Learning Coalition and others helped finance trips for Laie Elementary and Kahuku High and Intermediate students to compete in academic contests on the East Coast.
Alex Harris, Harold K.L. Castle Foundation, embraces Lea Albert, complex area superintendent of the Windward District's Castle-Kahuku Complex schools, after surprising her today with a permanent $25,000 endowment for a scholarship in her name. Each year, one student from Castle or Kahuku High, who exemplifies courage and leadership, and who will attend Windward Community College, will receive a scholarship of approximately $1,000. Albert retires June 30 after 47 years of service in the Department of Education. The scholarship was created in honor of Albert's service to children, said Harris, senior program officer for education.
All current juniors and their parents/guardians are invited to attend the informational meeting TONIGHT, Wednesday June 3 from 6-8PM in the cafe. Junior Class Counselor, Mr. Hafoka, will be presenting valuable information for next year, the senior year. Do not miss this meeting!
High-profile commencement speakers usually get all the attention around graduation time, but in Hawaii it was the graduating class themselves who stole the show.
The Class of 2015 at Hawaii’s Kahuku High and Intermediate School broke into an over eight-minute medley during their graduation, featuring songs ranging from “Shake It Off” by Taylor Swift to "Wrecking Ball" by Miley Cyrus and Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk.”
Please complete the online "KHIS Class of 2015 Plans Survey" in order to pick up your diploma on June 8. There are only three questions. Mahalo and congrats! Ms. Kellert, College and Career Counselor.
See link below:
She’s a polynesian sports diva playing in an NCAA team who has just been invited to the US Collegiate Team program. At only 18 years old, this Hawaiian born Cook Islander/Samoan has her sights set on achieving at the highest level not only in the sports world but also in the field of medicine. Inspired by her family on all levels, the talented and beautiful Adora Anae shares her life as a Volleyball diva with BSD.
Click on the link above to read complete article.
Seniors: in order to be recognized at graduation for your scholarships and where you will attend next year, you must bring a PRINTED copy of proof no later than Tuesday, 5/26. Please provide proof for the following:
1. scholarship awards you are accepting with dollar amount
2. college acceptance letter for where to plan to attend next year
3. proof of which military branch you plan to join
Tuition discounts and benefits do not qualify as a scholarship and monies earned. Also, do not submit any offers of scholarships or colleges you are NOT accepting.
Please make a photocopy of your letters and bring them to the College and Career Center Q3 to Ms. Kellert and Mrs. Fonoimoana.
Seniors-in order to get your final official transcripts sent to the college you plan to attend next year, you must fill out a transcript request form and pay the registrar, Ms. Ostermiller, in Q1. Transcript request forms are available in Q1 or online at kahukuhigh.org. (Click "Academics" and see the link for transcript request.
Samuel Scott, 15, from Hawaii, gives a practice demonstration on his project Bacterial Warfare during the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center on Monday.
By Annie Ma / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Self described "water rats," Kahea and Nohea Kahaulelio took their love of the ocean into the pool about six years ago when their uncle encouraged them to give water polo a try.
The sisters, largely inseparable out of the water, went on to contribute to OIA championships each of their four years at Kahuku and turned in twin performances in the Red Raiders' 17-3 win over Kapolei in the tournament final on Saturday at Central Oahu Regional Park.
The twins scored four goals each and the Red Raiders won their sixth straight league title and 12th in the past 13 years.
"It was amazing to finish this with my sister," Nohea Kahaulelio said. "People always say, ‘Why are you guys always together?' and it's like ‘Because it's better when we're together.' It's all teamwork and it was awesome."