What is the parking situation?
Security and HPD will be on hand to direct parking. All parking is free and is on a first come, first served basis. Motorists are asked not to park on the curbs or sidewalks. Overflow parking will be around Puohulihuli St. and off Ane Keohokaole Hwy. All county traffic laws, including "No Parking" signs will be enforced.
I have a family member or friend who is disabled and requires special parking.
Any car that enters with a state issued handicap placard will be given the opportunity to park in the assigned handicap stalls. Families and friends who require these stalls are asked to arrive at the event early so the proper accommodations can be made.
What is the policy on pictures?
Attendees are asked not to crowd the area in front of the stage for pictures. Friends and families are allowed to take as many pictures as they like as long as they are behind the barriers (these barriers are placed relatively close to the stage).
After the ceremony, where will I be able to meet my son/daughter?
Once the ceremony is complete, students may receive their leis on the field, directly behind the stage. Graduates will be arranged from A - Z along the back side of the field. Students with a last name that ends in "A" will be directly under the "big W" of the WaveRider wall on the south side of the field; students with a last name that begins with "Z" will be located on the north side of the field next to the tennis courts. These areas will be blocked off until the end of the ceremony.
What time does the ceremony end?
The ceremony should end at approximately 8:00PM.
How big is the graduating class?
We expect to walk around 260 students.