Winter Ball 2019: Aloha Kailua High School Students! Join us for our 1st Winter Ball in almost 10 years! Make memories and buy your ticket NOW!
What: KHS Winter Ball
Location: Royal Hawaiian Golf Course, Kailua, HI 96734
When: Friday, December 20, 2019 5:30pm - 9:30pm
Ticket Sales Dates and Times: Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays during lunch from NOW through December 6, 2019
SURFRIDER WAY: Hey SUPPORTIVE, UNIFIED, RESOURCEFUL and FLEXIBLE Surfriders! Now that we have the SURF we need the INTEGRITY and being DETERMINED because that's the SURFRIDER WAY!
Find your Voice!: Looking for Student Delegates for our Annual Hawaii State Secondary Student Conference - January 2020 - Be the Voice, Not the Echo!
Interested Student Delegates must be willing to work with the new 2020 Legislation, meet Legislators and community partners, see the Capitol in action, Debate on current issues, learn how to submit testimony and advocate at the Legislature! Registration is due THIS FRIDAY, November 15, 2019. See Mrs. Hanoa to sign up!
FAMILY PHOTO DAY IS TODAY!: It's TODAY! Bring your Ohana on down to Agena's room to take your Yearbook Family Photo! Come during non-class time! See you there!
Bowl-letin: HHSAA Individual Results: Ryan Graham & Tiare Yang represented KHS on Kauai at the HHSAA Billy Tee on November 7 & 8, Thursday and Friday at Kauai Lanes from 7 am to 10 pm with school pride. HHSAA invites the top 100 bowlers from public and private schools across the State of Hawaii. "Congratulations" Tiare Yang was awarded a medal for Ranking 14th and the OIA coaches named Tiare 1st Team All-Stars for East Division Girls.
School Spirit Shirt: Show some school pride while wearing a Hawaii's Finest Kailua High Shirt. Order & payments will be accepted by the Front Office until December 4, 2019. Checks can be made payable to Friends of Kailua High School.
Community Service Day Forms: If you lost your Community Service Day forms, please go to the school website to print them out. It is found on the front page to the left under "Quick Links." Please do not see Mrs. Peters because she has no extra forms. Also, don't forget that they are due by December 18th to your PTP/L teachers during PTP or you will remain back on campus to scrape gum! Thank you.
Boys Soccer: Hello Students! Are you interested in playing soccer for Kailua High School? The boys soccer team is still welcoming all boys who would like to play. Please stop by the football field between 2:55-5:30 today for more information.
Hawaii Seal of Biliteracy: Are you a senior who is proficient in speaking multiple languages and interested in receiving the Hawaii DOE Seal of Biliteracy? The Hawaii Seal of Biliteracy is awarded to Hawaii high school graduates who speak English plus one additional world language. For more information, please see Mrs. Pasion in the Counseling Center or go to http://bit.ly/HISeal
Are you passionate about contributing to your community?: If you are and would like to help raise awareness and donations for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, this might be just the opportunity you need to show your passion and energy! Please see Mrs. Fraser ASAP if you are interested in being nominated for this opportunity which also leads to scholarship opportunities as well.
Seniors: Order Your Cap & Gown Today!: You can get your Cap & Gown at a lower price if you order by November 30th! Place your order: 1) by mail (order forms are available in C13), or 2) online at: jostens.com.
Spring E-School Registration: If you are interested in taking courses through the online Hawaii E-School program, please see your grade level counselor and visit https://sites.google.com/hawaiidoe.k12.hi.us/e-school/home for course offerings and program policies. Registration begins November 20 and can only be done by the E-School Coordinator. There is no fee but spaces are limited and on a first come, first serve basis. For more information and to find if this program is for you, please see Mrs. Pasion in the Counseling Center.
WE Believe, YOU Can Achieve! Join Upward Bound!: Upward Bound is a federally-funded program that helps current high school students who are first-generation (parents don’t have a 4-year degree), and/or qualifies for free or reduced lunch. This program identifies, motivates and prepares eligible students to complete high school, enroll in, and graduate from institutions of postsecondary education. UB assists with academic advising, financial aid, and college-bound skills to help future higher education students succeed and achieve their dreams! Stop by the CCC for an application. Contact us at email@example.com or (808) 235-7486 for more information.
Looking for a job?: Pizza Hut and Taco Bell are hiring! Stop by the CCC during non-class time for more information.