News and Announcements

Cap and Gown Pickup Scheduled

Cap and Gown pickup will be held on Wednesday, March 23 at 9:00AM in the cafeteria. In order for students to pick up their cap and gowns, all balances must be paid in full. Payments will be taken during the assembly. Only cash and money orders made out to "Jostens" will be accepted.
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Update and Standings for Foodland's Shop for Higher Education - 3/20/11

We are holding our position - 13th place, making us eligible for three $2000 scholarships! Show your Maika'i Card to any Foodland, Sack N Save or Foodland Farms cashier and give them our school code - 7553. Ask friends and neighbors to designate our school. The more people we have earning Maika‘i Points for us, the more scholarships our school can receive. The top five schools will win five $2000 scholarships! Click above for a more detailed look at the standings.
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Special Student Registration at Kealakehe High

A special parent & student meeting specifically for student registration for those students who are currently enrolled as 9th - 11th grade and are "Title I", ELL (English Language Learners), or Migrant will be held on Tuesday, March 8 from 5 - 7 p.m. in the school's Cafeteria. Please click on the title for further information.
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Senior Personal Yearbook Ads

ATTENTION SENIORS!! The final deadline for all-color personal ads in the 2011 yearbook is Monday, March 1st. Order forms are being distributed to senior citizenship classes on Friday, February 18th; extra forms are available in the attendance office.
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SCC Public Hearing Location Changes

The annual Public Hearing hosted by the school's School Community Council (SCC) has been moved to the Library for Tuesday, March 1 at 6:30 p.m. Contact Linda Jeffrey at 327-4300 ext. 2432 or khparentcenter@yahoo.com. Details about the hearing are cited in an earlier news release for the website.
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Kealakehe High Public Hearing

Tuesday, March 1 at 6:30 p.m. in the school's Library hosted by the School Community Council (SCC). The purpose of the hearing is to hear and gather input from the public relating to school policies, procedures and waivers for the upcoming 2011-2012 school year. Click on title for details.
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