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Election Central 2018

Student Council elections will be on Tuesday, May 1. Get a list of all the candidates here as well as information on what they hope to accomplish during their tenure on student government.

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Students Creating Art For The Healthy Eating Living Pono Bus Project Fall 2017

Hands On Project Based Learning with Mr Ibarra & Automotive Technology

Spirit Week With Mr David Huitt- Social Studies Teacher


Teachers/Staff Hyping Spirit Week Sept 2017

Football Players Singing the Alma Mater During the Spirit Week Assembly

Class Of 2020 Assembly 08/17/17

Maya Gee, Hawaii Board of Education's Student Representative

Artistic Inspiration At Kealakehe High School

Mr Brecher's Hands-On Biology Class 

KHS Culinary with Jessica Lloyd- Miss Kona Coffee 2016 Winner

Spirit Week 2017

Spirit Week Black & White Day 2017

Kealakehe High Creates 

Kona Sunset

English Literature with Mr John Mitchell  

Go WaveRiders

Spirit Week Assembly 2017

Spirit Week- Sept 2017

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Election Central 2018

Student Council elections will be on Tuesday, May 1. Get a list of all the candidates here as well as information on what they hope to accomplish during their tenure on student government.

Project Grad

ATTENTION SENIORS ! Don't miss the last chance to PARTY with the whole senior class ALL NIGHT on Graduation Night! A party for you - Live DJ's, FOOD galore, Pool Slides, Karaoke, Rock Climbing Wall, Laser Tag, and much much more! It's a party you won't forget and has some cool WaveRider Memorabilia just for seniors! Transportation to Pool and KB Extreme included! Just click on the PROJECT GRAD title to register! Drop off your registration fee of $60.00 to the library . WE DO HAVE SCHOLARSHIPS available to cover half the cost! Ask us. Questions? Call or text Catherine Hawkins at 796-0622 or Pam Wong at 987-2444 for more information or if you have questions.

Summer College Camp for Sophomores

Atherton YMCA on O'ahu is offering a FREE college camp for sophomores from June 1 through 8. Students will get a week long experience in a college dorm and attend workshops on financial aid, scholarships, team building, leadership, and social skills, as well as going on college tours. The application deadline is April 28, so apply ASAP by clicking the headline link.

Class of 2019 Summer College Prep Course

Current juniors! Want to go to college but have no idea how to do it? Good news! We are offering a FREE college prep course over the summer. The course runs from June 5 to July 18 and meets Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10:30 - 12:00. Topics include the college admissions process, the college essay and personal statement, letters of recommendations and financial aid. The class is open to the first 20 members of the class of 2019 who sign up with Young in the SAC office. A half elective credit will be issued to those who attend all classes.

Last Call to Sign Up for Early College!

Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors! Are you interested in taking FREE college classes while you're still in high school? Did you know you can earn high school and college credits for completing Early College classes? We have two in-person classes over the summer and two online classes available in the fall. Click the headline link for more information and see Mrs. Davis in the bus office building to sign up.

Kona College Fair

The HACAC College Fair is coming to Kealakehe High School on Thursday, April 19! There will be about 60 colleges at our gym from 12:30 to 2:00 so come on down to learn about colleges and meet the college reps. You must register for the fair ahead of time by going to Click the headline link to see the list of colleges that will be there.

Underclassmen Best Works due May 1st

Each BW must include a GLO/HOM reflection sheet w/ the teacher signature. 9th and 10th grade students who will use the Social Studies and English integrated project, please remember to label the BW for both classes. ie: "Eng & Soc. St"

Run for the 2018/19 Student Council

We are looking for motivated students who wish to get involved and be the change our school needs! Petitions to run for Student Council are due on Thursday, April 12 by 1:30PM. Petitions should be turned in to Young only; do not leave them in anybody's box. Elections for all positions will be held on Friday, April 27. You may download your petition here or see Young in the SAC office to pick one up.

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