School Year Delayed--Back to School Mail-out

Kalaheo is excited to welcome you back to school. Please read this Back to School mail-out for the updated return to school dates. Watch out for this mail-out in your mailboxes in a few days.

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Kalaheo High School is a community of learners where individuals
prepare for the challenges and opportunities in a diverse and global society.
 
Aloha Kalaheo Ohana
 
As we navigate these unprecedented times for SY 2020-2021, your school leadership team has revised our school bell schedule and instructional model in accordance with guidance from the Hawaii Department of Education, Department of Health, and the CDC. We have created a landing page with all the updated information to keep you as informed as possible. We will frequently continue to update this landing page with all the latest information. Please check back often. 
 
We look forward to having our students and staff back on campus soon. We will continue to unite our commUNITY in Kalaheo PRIDE. 
 
Mahalo for your patience and understanding. GO MUSTANGS!
 
 
 
 
 
 
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
 
 

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School Year Delayed--Back to School Mail-out

Kalaheo is excited to welcome you back to school. Please read this Back to School mail-out for the updated return to school dates. Watch out for this mail-out in your mailboxes in a few days.
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Final Transcripts

CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS! If you need to send a FINAL transcript to your future college, please fill out the transcript request form at https://bit.lyKHSTranscript. You will need to print it, sign it, and either mail it or drop it off at Kalaheo High School. If you have questions please contact Mrs. Shinno, the Registrar. Kimberly.Shinno@k12.hi.us
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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