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Free UHCC summer classes for the High School Class of 2020

Hawai'i public high school graduates are invited to Next Steps: Career Exploration classes at one of the University of Hawai'i Community Colleges this summer. This free, online class begins soon. Sign up by May 28 for the next class beginning on June 8. This opportunity is exclusively for the Class of 2020 Hawai'i public high school graduates. In this class, high school graduates can explore their career options and discover the education and training needed to reach their goals. Participating students will earn credit toward a college degree and may have opportunities to earn additional scholarships.


Please see the attached notice regarding KHIS commencement events planned for May 21. Please plan accordingly to avoid any anticipated drive-thru commencement traffic between 2:30-5:30. Mahalo for your support.

Cap & Gown Drive-Through Pick Up Schedule

Our non-traditional commencement ceremony is scheduled for Thursday, May 21. Information about this special event for our incredible Senior Class of 2020 will be shared by the end of next week.
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Growing Pono School Contest

I am one of the program coordinators at Growing Pono Schools, out of UH CDS Department, launching a special activity for families while the children are home during this season. We have been working in conjunction with DOE schools for the last 13 years with our E Ola Pono program.

Beware of Test Scam

Please be aware of this test scam if you are planning to take an AP, ACT, or SAT test this year.

KHIS Distance Learning Plan

Please see the link for the schedule for packet pick up. As a reminder, 3rd quarter grades will be mailed out on Monday, April 6th.


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KHIS has provided generations of students with academic, artistic, and athletic excellence since 1897. Our Vision is “Learning today for lifelong success in College, Career, and Community” and our C3 Journey provides all students with customized grade-level experiences that lead to cherished memories, a quality education, and a post-high school plan. Our schoolwide behavior expectation is Respect and Responsibility for Self, School, and Society (R2S3) and to Choose Aloha. 
KHIS embodies the “Spirit of ‘Ōhana” and recognizes the importance of all stakeholder engagement in the effort to provide all students with a safe social environment conducive to the delivery of high quality and equitable academic experiences. Our Ke Kula Kaiapuni Hawai‘i ‘o Kahuku Academy provides students the opportunity to learn in an environment immersed in the Hawaiian language and culture. We are also proud to have an Army Junior Reserves Officers’ Training Corps Program.