Kahuku High and Intermediate School

Kahuku High and Intermediate School would like to extend a heartfelt and huge MAHALO to Turtle Bay Foundation and sustainable energy company, AES, for the gift of cool air! Last week, all 23 portable classrooms on campus were each outfitted with a 24-BTU air conditioning unit. Thank you to community liaison, Verla Moore, for facilitating the donation and to No’o Taea and Eagle Electric for the timely installation. This generous gift is greatly appreciated!

Early College Program

Important Announcement for Early College Students in Grades 9 and 10
  1. Attend the April 4 meeting in W304 (Grade 10 @ 6:00 pm - Grade 9 @ 7:00pm)
  2. Complete the WCC Dual Credit application, print and sign and return to Mr. Mumma 
  3. Review expectations of students enrolled in Early College classes
Please review the presentation below for information that will be presented at the Early College meeting on April 1. 
For newly accepted Early College students (class of 2023)
If you missed the March 14th meeting please review the presentation below (WCC Application Night class of 2023). You will need to complete the WCC system application, the Dual Credit application, the WCC Health Clearance form and consent to disclose form found below.
Information for Early College Summer Classes
Register for these classes using the WCC Dual Credit application. Use the link on the right side of this page to navigate to the application. Acceptance to the classes is on a first come, first served basis and space is limited to 20.
Polynesian Voyaging (HWST 196)
Two sections of this class will be taught, one in English and one in Hawaiian. The different sections will be offered at different times and locations. This class is open to Early College students in grade 9 and any Early College student in grade 10 who did not take the class last summer.
Hawaiian section - Tentatively scheduled for spring break (2020)
English section - July 15-20 Time: 9:00am to 4:00pm  Location: Polynesian Cultural Center
Elementary Hawaiian (HAW 101)
This class is open to community members and students of KHIS. Preference will be given to parents of students in the Hawaiian Language Immersion Program and parents of students in the Early College Program as well as Early College students in the class of 2021. This class is free of charge.
Dates: June 3 - June 19  Times: Monday-Friday 4:30pm to 8:30pm (Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm)
Location: Kahuku High School campus - Room P38