School facilities closed to students until at least April 30th. Student enrichment activities to begin March 30th.

Based on the latest guidance and information from health officials and our elected leaders, the Hawai‘i
State Department of Education (HIDOE) will be aligning with the emergency orders directing residents
statewide to remain at home and work from home through April 30. This means school facilities will be
closed to students until at least April 30 and traditional in-school instruction is on hold until schools
reopen.
If you are in need of immediate assistance please call (808)-305-0200. Voicemails will be checked daily.

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Kalaheo students honored at the Youth Art Month Competition

2D Drawing/Painting students Scarlet Higgins, Kailey Dutcher, and Jazmine Langford

Photography students  Grace Kathman, Malia Gillin, Davion Atkins 

Larissa Teramura and Patrick Turner will compete  at the HHSAA Tennis State Championships in Kona.  

Good luck to our Mustang Tennis Players!

Ethan Sohaney will be participating in the HHSAA Golf championships in Kona this week! 

Kalaheo Track Team Members compete in State Championships this weekend on Maui!  

Chase Eckenfels, Thatcher Fernandez, Micah Willweber, Kang San Meyers, Deptmer Martin Ashley, Isaiah Valdez, Ben Zerr, Macy Carroll  Good luck Mustangs!



Seven Mustangs head to the State meet on Maui this weekend! 
Senior Chase Eckenfels in the 800, 1500, and 3000M; Junior Thatcher Fernandez in the 800M; Junior Micah Willweber in the 1500 and 3000M; Junior Macy Carroll in the 800M; Junior Martin Ashley in the 110M hurdles; Junior Kang-san Meyers in the 800M; and Freshman Ben Zerr in the 3000M. 

Good luck Kalaheo!

Congratulations Kalaheo Boys Volleyball 3rd Place in the State!


Congratulations to Kalaheo Mustangs Boys Volleyball 3rd place in the State with a 2 set victory over Moanalua on Saturday. 25-14, 25-21. (Photo 1)

Congratulations to Kalaheo Mustangs Boys Volleyball, 3rd place in the State

with a 2 set victory over Moanalua on Saturday. 25-14, 25-21. (Photo 2)

 


Congratulations to Delylah Pagaduan who won a $1000 Citizen Scholar Award, from the Star Advertiser and the Hawaii Lodging and Tourism Association!

Kalaheo Science Fair Winners! Macy Carroll, Roen Wainscoat, Kaiao Cobeen,  Jasmine Cadotte, Barret Whitesell and Sunia Akaveka, Ben Weiss, Sam Cadotte and Ms. Stafford.

Sam Cadotte will compete at the International Science and Engineering Fair! 

Ben Weiss  will compete at the International Science and Engineering Fair! 

Kalaheo Science Fair Participants with Ms. Stafford

 Japan Day at the Japanese Culture Center. KHS students experienced cultural activites, such as: Tea ceremony, Kimono wearing, Origami, Soroban (abacus), Karate, Caligraphy, Ikebana, Bon Dance.

Mustang Golf Team

Kalaheo Girls Water Polo

Ms. Stafford and Ms. Gardiner's students Earth Day project!

Kalaheo Hiking Club 

Varsity Girl's Softball

Judo Team

Kalaheo Boys Baseball

KHS Track and Field swept all distance events at Eastern Championships.  Chase won 1500m in 4:17, Thatcher won 800m in 2:02, and Micah won 3000m in 9:42  All were State qualifying times!

JV Boys Volleyball

Kalaheo High School PEP Program Students

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Welcome

Kalaheo High School is a community of learners where individuals
prepare for the challenges and opportunities in a diverse and global society.
 
 
Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Statement
Kailua/Kalaheo Equity Specialist
Colette Honda
Equity Specialist
chonda@crco.k12.hi.us
(808) 597-6566
 
 

Mustang News

School facilities closed to students until at least April 30th. Student enrichment activities to begin March 30th.

Based on the latest guidance and information from health officials and our elected leaders, the Hawai‘i State Department of Education (HIDOE) will be aligning with the emergency orders directing residents statewide to remain at home and work from home through April 30. This means school facilities will be closed to students until at least April 30 and traditional in-school instruction is on hold until schools reopen. If you are in need of immediate assistance please call (808)-305-0200. Voicemails will be checked daily.
School facilities closed to students until at least April 30th. Student enrichment activities to begin March 30th. Featured Photo

MUSTANGS Spirit Week--April 6-13

Participate in all of our activities and challenges and earn a PRIDE point for each post on Facebook or Instagram. Be sure to tag @kalaheohighschool and #kalaheomustangs. Each weekend, we will pull a name out of the bucket to win a gift card. Winners will be posted on Mondays. Prizes will be mailed to the home address in our school records. Good luck to all of you!
MUSTANGS Spirit Week--April 6-13 Featured Photo

30 days. 1 person a day. 10 minutes of KINDNESS.

Mustangs...take the 30-day Kindness Challenge sponsored by Character Strong! Post your pictures on Facebook or Instagram and tag @kalaheohighschool and #kalaheomustangs to earn PRIDE points for a chance to win weekly prizes. While we are on an extended spring break, let's take 10 minutes each day to infuse KINDNESS in a world that is hurting because of the impact of the coronavirus.
30 days. 1 person a day. 10 minutes of KINDNESS. Featured Photo

PROM--CANCELLED!

A full refund will be given to the parent of the sponsoring student. More information about the refunds will be emailed to students at a later time.
PROM--CANCELLED! Featured Photo

Advanced Placement (AP) Make Up Student/Parent Meeting on March 10, 2020 at 7 pm in the LIBRARY

Interested students in 9th, 10th and 11th grades planning to take an AP course in School Year 2020-2021 must attend the Mandatory AP student/parent meeting to register for an AP course. Come and learn about AP, the courses we offer and the expectations needed for a successful AP experience. This is a necessary step to register for ANY Kalaheo High School AP course. BOTH the student and ONE parent must attend the information session AND submit the AP Enrollment Card with their registration card due in early March.

EARLY COLLEGE Make Up Student/Parent Meeting on March 10, 2020 at 6 pm in the LIBRARY

EXCITING NEW PROGRAM COMING to Kalaheo! Windward Community College (WCC) will be offering Early College (EC) courses on the Kalaheo campus during School Year 2020-2021. Students in10th and 11th grade are eligible to apply and earn dual credits from high school and WCC. Courses offered will be in the Natural Resources and Health Services pathways. Student and a parent are required to attend the Early College meeting in order to register for WCC classes. Pick up an Early Application form in H208, A103 or see Ms. Lindsey or Ms. Gardner.

Upcoming Events

Aloha Friday

Time: 11 AM – 12 PM
Location: MUSTANGS Spirit Week--April 6-13
Apr 10

Purple Up Day

Location: Wear PURPLE in support of our military students and their families!
Apr 17