Kahuku High and Intermediate School

Superintendent Kathryn Matayoshi, Aolele Taulapapa and Former Governor Ariyoshi

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


Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Kahuku students meet the United Nation's Ambassador of Peace

at the University of Hawaii Manoa Campus

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas



Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Girls Water Polo - 2016 OIA Champs!

NCAA senior signing day.

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Congratulations Class of 2016!

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

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

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

2016 Senior Prom

Fund 42

State Senator Feki Pouha visits with KHIS students

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.



Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Kahuku High and Intermediate School

Pride of the North Shore

May Night Queen Keleane Tapusoa

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

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 History Day Competition

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

kahuku.org selling gear at the 

Polynesian Cultural Center

Laie, Hawaii

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Manti Te'o

Kahuku Alum

Jack Johnson inspires our Kahuku Green Team 

during the 2015 Food Summit.

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).

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

KHIS Project Grad 2016

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Tui Roberts

Kahuku Women's Rugby


Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Congratulations to our awesome athletes for all their effort, hard work, and success1

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Zoe Sher and Drama Teacher Mr. Michael Lau

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

The Kahuku Red Raider Football Team welcomes both

of the NFL Pro Bowl teams on January 27, 2016 


Senator Jessica Woolsey with Kahuku High students


2013 Kahuku Green Team Summit at

Sunset Ranch, Pupukea, Oahu

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

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.

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Jack Johnson

Kahuku alum

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!

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas


2015 KHIS Faculty and Staff

Turtle Bay Resort

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

3 Kahuku High students compete in the 2012

International Science and Engineering Fair

Reno, Nevada

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Mark Lee

Kaua'i Princess- Jasmine Niutupuivaha

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

Hundreds of KHIS students created 5,000 origami sculptures

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

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Fund 42 Scholarship Winners

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

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.

Water Polo

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

We the People team led by Jan Harney

Kahuku Computer Repair Club 

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas



Homecoming Queen and King

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Congratulations Class of 2016!

2016 Seniors pursuing secondary education

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

2015 Hawaii State Champions

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

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!

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

"We the People" Champion Team led by Jan Harney


Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Patrick Vivas giving back to our school...Representing the Class of 86ers...Go Big Red...

Photo credit: Grace Saolo Tapu Liava'a

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

KHIS Students visit Iolani Palace.

Kahuku Green Team service project at

Loko Ea Ancient Fishpond, Haleiwa, Oahu 

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

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

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Penina Lefau, 

Photo Credit: Jonathan Canlas

Calendar

Song Fest
Date: 3/7/2018, 7 PM
Location: BYUH
SCC School Community Council Meeting
Date: 3/13/2018, 4 PM
Parent's Night Speech and Debate
Date: 3/13/2018, 5 PM 8 PM
Location: P10 Classroom
March 19-23: Spring Break
Date: 3/19/2018
March 19-23: Spring Break
Date: 3/20/2018
March 19-23: Spring Break
Date: 3/21/2018
March 19-23: Spring Break
Date: 3/22/2018
March 19-23: Spring Break
Date: 3/23/2018
Kuhio Day
Date: 3/26/2018
Good Friday
Date: 3/30/2018
SCC School Community Council Meeting
Date: 4/10/2018, 4 PM
JROTC Awards Ceremony
Date: 4/18/2018, 6 PM 7 PM
Location: Cafeteria
AVID End of Year Celebration
Date: 5/2/2018, 6 PM 7:30 PM
Location: Cafeteria
SCC School Community Council Meeting
Date: 5/8/2018, 4 PM
Location: P37
AVID Senior Celebration
Date: 5/9/2018, 6 PM 8 PM
Location: Cafeteria
Scholarshop Award Night
Date: 5/10/2018, 6 PM 9 PM
Location: Q2
Aloha Court
Date: 5/11/2018, 3 PM 7 PM
Location: Cafeteria
Graduation
Date: 5/24/2018, 6 PM 8 PM
Location: BYU Hawaii University Cannon Activities Center

Kahuku News

DETENTION FOR UNEXCUSED ABSENCES

Effective immediately, students will be assigned one hour of detention for the THIRD and every unexcused absence for EVERY period (pls. see the RedBook for this policy and excusable reasons). An hour of detention will be added for each unexcused absence for each period. Students will get a pass from their last period teacher reflecting their detention time to be served in Ms. Aga's class (R201) after school. Detention time not served will turn into an obligation and will need to be served before being cleared for activities that require an obligation clearance. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Aga or call 305-7446. Mahalo.

Interested in AVID program at KHIS? Apply now!

AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination)

This class is a yearlong academic support program for grades 7-12 that prepares students for college eligibility and success. Academically average students who want to succeed in advanced classes in intermediate and high school should take the AVID class to receive supports in study habits and higher order thinking. Students who are traditionally underrepresented in college such as from ethnic minorities, first in family to attend college, or low income will also benefit from the explicit college preparatory orientation. Application process and interview required. For more information call Mrs. Brizuela at 305-7434, or see your grade level counselor. Application form is available in Q1.

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