Windward Community College is hosting Scholarship Blitz 2019 on Wed., Jan. 30, 2019 from 2-6 pm in Hale Akoakoa 101. Students needing help to complete their FAFSA, Scholarship Applications, CSS Profile and writing their personal statement should attend. One-on-One help will be provided to help students complete applications. Bring SIGNED copies of the students’ and parents’ 2018 Federal Tax Return, W-2, schedules and form(s) 1099. Questions, contact Gus Cobb-Adams at #235-7385.
Shop for Higher Education Scholarship and Project Grad Fundraiser:
Foodland’s Shop for Higher Education program is back for it’s 14th year. This year, they award $2000 scholarships to graduating seniors if Kalaheo High School earns enough Maika’i points to qualify for an award. All you need to do is visit Foodland stores between February 6 and March 19 and designate code 7540 for Kalaheo High. New this year, Foodland is also awarding $15,000 awards for Project Grad funds to the top 16 schools earning the most Shop for Higher Education points. We need everyone to sign up and shop at Foodland and help the Class of 2019 earn scholarship and Project Grad funds!
Student Ambassadors from Weber State University will be on campus, Friday, March 8 during periods 1 and 5 in the College & Career Center. These ambassadors are in Hawaii to share their message that higher education is possible and worth it! They will be taking about academic preparation, grit, financing of college and more! You need a pass from your period 1 or 5 teacher to attend. Open to all 9th, 10th and 11th graders! Juniors in SBA testing during periods 1 and 5 will not be released from testing to attend.
Kalaheo High School and Windward Community College are partnering to offer Early College (dual credit) classes in THEATER on the Kalaheo campus in school year 2019-2020. Students in grades 10 and 11 are invited to attend with their parent/guardian the recruitment and information session on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019 at 6 pm in the Kalaheo Library. For more information, see Ms. Inouye in the CCC. Hope to see all interested ACTORS or future actors at the meeting!
PSAT Score Reports have arrived:
TO the 85 students who took the PSAT test in October, your PSAT scores have arrived.
Attend a PSAT Score Interpretation presentation on either
Monday, Dec. 17 AFTER school at 12:30 pm OR
Tuesday, Dec. 18 BEFORE school at 7:45 am.
Ms. Inouye will explain how to read your score report and what you can do to IMPROVE your SAT score!
Cash for College Challenge:
Attention Class of 2019! Help your class earn $500 for senior class activities and help us be eligible for a grand prize just by completing your FAFSA for college! If the Class of 2019 can increase our FAFSA completion rate by 5% by March 15, 2019, we’ll earn $500! This means that 89 SENIORS need to complete the FAFSA! If we hit 70% FAFSA completion by June 30, 2019, which means 100 seniors, we can earn more prizes! As of December 2018, we need 30 more seniors to complete their FAFSA to earn the $500! Let’s do it Mustangs!
ACT and SAT Prep Classes:
The Kalaheo PTSA will also subsidize the cost to offer both the Spring 2019 ACT and SAT Prep Classes, taught by Raymond Karelitz. Cost of the ACT Prep Course is $60. Cost of the SAT Prep Class is $60. Pick up registration form in the College & Career Center. Checks payable to Kalaheo PTSA.
The Spring 2019 ACT Prep Class will be held on:
Friday, Feb. 1 – after school
Saturday, Feb. 2 from 9:30-11:00 am
Friday, Feb. 8 – after school
The Spring 2019 SAT Prep Class will be held on:
Friday, April 5 – after school
Saturday, April 6 from 9:30-11:00 am
Friday, April 12 – after school
The Military & Family Support Center at Pearl Harbor (4827 Bougainville Dr., Honolulu) is offering a workshop for high school students and their parents on Jan. 7, 2019 from 9:00 am to 4:45 pm. For more information or questions...call (808) 474-1999.
ID Card/Drivers License
Family Separation Stress
To register, go to: greatlifehawaii.com > JBPHH > "Support > Military Family Support Center Class Schedule > Go to Jan. 7 > In-Dependents