Kahuku High and Intermediate School

Spring Break from 3/18-3/22.  Students return on 3/25 and no school on 3/26 in observance of Kuhio Day. The bell schedule for Monday March 25 is Periods 1, 3, 5, 7.

2019 Kahuku Girls' Varsity Basketball

2019 Kahuku Girls' Varsity Basketball

2019 Kahuku Girls' Varsity Basketball

2019 Kahuku Girls' Varsity Basketball

2019 Kahuku Girls' Varsity Basketball

2019 Kahuku Girls' Varsity Basketball

Computer Club

Young Activists Against Discrimination

Film Club

Drama Club

Mary Ann Long, Founder of kahuku.org

2018 Cross-Country Team

National History Day

Fund 42 Scholarship Winners

Alumni Kela Miller and Sam Choy in Las Vegas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Graduate Alex Walsh represented KHIS as this year's HCH-NHD 

Summer Intern. She poses with Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard

during the Hawaii History Day visit at Capitol Hill on June 16.

(Photo credit: David Ishii).

KHIS Project Grad 2016

Zoe Sher and Drama Teacher Mr. Michael Lau

Congratulations Class of 2016!

Fund 42

2016 Seniors pursuing secondary education

Girls Water Polo - 2016 OIA Champs!

Kahuku Computer Repair Club 

May Night Queen Keleane Tapusoa

Penina Lefau, 

Hundreds of KHIS students created 5,000 origami sculptures

to raise $10,000 for the Red Cross for Fukushima tsunami survivors.

Water Polo

Hawaiian Immersion, the Kahuku Green Team and Hawaiian

Language students helped restore Loko Ea, an ancient Hawaiian

fishpond located in Haleiwa. Mahalo for your service!

Hawaiian Immersion, the Kahuku Green Team and Hawaiian 

Language students helped restore Loko Ea, an ancient Hawaiian

fishpond located in Haleiwa. Mahalo for your volunteer service!

Kahuku High and Intermediate's Model UN Program held at Turtle Bay Resort

Aolele Taulapapa wins 1st Place in "Hawaii Next 50" Competition

Superintendent Kathryn Matayoshi, Aolele Taulapapa and Former Governor Ariyoshi

Aolele Taulapapa won 1st Place in "Hawaii Next 50" Competition


Tui Roberts

Kahuku Women's Rugby


Authors of the 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant meet with 

Kahuku High and Intermediate School officials. Mahalo for your passionate

interest of our students living in Ko'olauloa!

"We the People" Champion Team led by Jan Harney


The Kahuku Red Raider Football Team welcomes both

of the NFL Pro Bowl teams on January 27, 2016 


Hau'oli Kikaha, alum of KHIS, now an
NFL linebacker for the New Orlean Saints.

Brothers Ma'ake Kemoeatu, an ex-Baltimore Raven, and

Chris Kemoeatu, an ex-Pittsburgh Steeler, with Coach Tata

2015 Hawaii State Champions

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Kahuku High and Intermediate School

Pride of the North Shore

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

KHIS Students visit Iolani Palace.

Senator Jessica Woolsey with Kahuku High students

KHIS alum with the Oscar Temaru, president of French Polynesia.

She selected President Temaru for her 7th grade History Day project

and met him in person 8 years later as Miss Tahiti.

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Mark Lee

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Most people don't want to be part of the process, 

just the outcome. But the process is where you find 

out who should be part of the outcome.

Kahuku History Day Competition

Kahuku Green Team service project at

Loko Ea Ancient Fishpond, Haleiwa, Oahu 

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Jack Johnson

Kahuku alum

Kahuku students meet the United Nation's Ambassador of Peace

at the University of Hawaii Manoa Campus

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Lives of great men all remind us; we can make our lives sublime, 
And, departing, leave behind us; footprints on the sands of time.



Jack Johnson inspires our Kahuku Green Team 

during the 2015 Food Summit.

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Manti Te'o

Kahuku Alum

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas



Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas


2013 Kahuku Green Team Summit at

Sunset Ranch, Pupukea, Oahu


2015 KHIS Faculty and Staff

Turtle Bay Resort



Homecoming Queen and King

3 Kahuku High students compete in the 2012

International Science and Engineering Fair

Reno, Nevada

kahuku.org selling gear at the 

Polynesian Cultural Center

Laie, Hawaii

We the People team led by Jan Harney

Kahuku News

Our administration was made aware this evening of a threat to our campus on social media.

February 21, 2019

Aloha Kahuku High & Intermediate School Community Members,

Our administration was made aware this evening of a threat to our campus on social media. The Honolulu Police Department (HPD) was notified and is currently investigating.

All threats to our school and students are taken very seriously and are investigated thoroughly. Terroristic threats are considered Chapter 19 Class A student conduct offenses. Consequences can range from detention to dismissal with the possibility of arrest and serious criminal charges. Please refrain from reposting threats. According to HPD, reposting a threat is as good as making the threat itself and contributes to carrying on the initial threat, prolonging the problem.

Out of an abundance of caution, HPD officers will be present on campus tomorrow. School will be open and there will be no change in the schedule.

As with any emergency-type situation, we are striving to balance the need for safety with our overall commitment to provide students and families with every sense of normalcy. We appreciate your help as we work together to keep all of our students safe.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our administration at (808) 305-7372.

Sincerely,

Dr. Donna Lindsey
Principal

Early College Grade 9

We are providing an awesome opportunity for 25 of next year’s ninth graders to start the school year as a college student. The Early College Program is free and offers courses taught by Windward Community College professors. This will give these students an opportunity to earn 37 or more college credits by the time they graduate. Preference will be given to Native Hawaiian students and those who will be the first in their family to attend college. Applications can be picked up from Mr. Mumma in Q2. If you have any questions you can see or call Mr. Mumma at 305-7360.

JOB OPENING FOR MEAL COUNT ASSISTANT

Monday, Thursday, Friday 9:30 am to 1:00 pm. Tuesday 9:30 am to 1:00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. Pay rate is $10.10 per hour.
Must be 18 or older. Prior graduates. may apply. Please see one of the front office
staff to apply. Mahalo. -Office Staff

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