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  • Scholarship Bulletin #4 (2-28-17)
    Mrs. Jamie Kovacic compiles this list of scholarships for seniors. Any questions? Please see her.
  • Cafeteria Menu for March (3/1/17)

  • Army Recruiter in Library, Th, March 2 during Lunch:
    Army recruiter, Sgt. Santos, will be available to meet with students who are interested in a military career. Students may come & ask Sgt. Santos questions in the library during lunch on Th, March 2.

  • Hawaii Friends of the NRA Scholarship 2017: (2/17/16)
    The Hawaii NRA is offering (4) $1,000 scholarships to interested seniors. Applicants must fill out the online application at & will then receive assistance from the nearest recruiter in order to do physical fitness tests & schedule interviews with officers. For the Class of 2018, the online application opens on April 1, 2017 & will close Jan 31, 2018. It is recommended that students begin the process as early as possible to give themselves a better opportunity as there are two selection boards. Missing the first board or not being selected could allow an applicant to be better prepared for selection on the second board. For more information on this scholarship, go to Questions? Please contact Maui recruiter, Sgt. Ignacio Reyes III, at (808) 871-1813 or at His office is on the top floor of Queen Kaahumanu Center, & his office # is (808) 871-1813

  • Class of 2018 - Junior Prom Forms Available from Mon, Feb. 6 to Th, Mar. 2: (2/8/17)
          Prom Forms are available until Th, March 2nd in Ms. Kihara’s Room (G-206) during morning & lunch recess ONLY. The forms & payments will be due by Fri, March 3. Remember, besides picking up prom forms, paying bids, & attending prom, students need to clear all their obligations & detentions. These obligations may include overdue books, athletic dues, class dues, detentions, etc. To check for any obligations, students may go to the library or office.
          Juniors, Check your Scrapbook for Pics!! This year at Junior Prom, there will be a slideshow with pictures showing our memories of high school. If anyone has pictures to share, please send/share them to c/ (Pictures have to be appropriate) The deadline to submit pictures will be Wed, March 1st.

  • Senior Project Presentations - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED, Fri, March 17, 2-5pm at KKHS: (1/26/17)
          King Kekaulike High School is proud to present the Senior Projects for the Class of 2017. These projects are mandatory components for their senior classes. Each senior is asked to choose a topic and produce a paper, product, portfolio, ^presentation to showcase their academic capabilities. Students have selected a wide variety of topics, some of which include fishing, fashion design, tattooing, renewable energy, surfing, hunting, performing arts, music, video production, cooking, & more.
          Community volunteers are invited to sit in and judge these presentations on March 17, 2017 on the KKHS campus. It is not necessary for volunteer judges to stay for all presentations. The time you contribute to these seniors is greatly appreciated. Presentation Date/Time: Friday, March 17, 2017
          To download the Senior Project flyer & complete the form, go to To just sign up online, please go to

  • MPD 2017 CSI Camp, June 19-23, 8am-4pm Daily - Applications Being Accepted Now: (1/26/17)
    The camps ia a Crime Scene Investigation experience created for high school juniors & seniors. Topics include: Crime scene photography, scnee diagramming, testing for blood, bulltet trajectory, fingerprints,, human remains recovery, polygraph & autopsy. Interested students shoudl submit the application, availalbe on the County of Maui's website, on the Police Dept. page. Application Deadline: April 13, 2017. Limit: 12 students. For more information, call (808) 463-3830 or email

  • Free School Supplies: (1/26/17)
    With the new semester your student may have need for more school supplies. Students unable to afford school supplies may request them at Questions? Email PCNC at

  • Becca's Closet Shopping Days: (2/28/17)
          Becca's Closet Offers FREE Formal Wear for All High School Students on Maui. A valid student s ID is required. Limit: one dress per student.
    Becca's Closet 2016-2017 Shopping Days are as follows:
    1. Saturdays 9am-noon: March 4th
    2. Fridays 3:pm to 4:30: March 10th
    Use the Haleakala Hwy entrance (back gate). Becca's Closet is located on the top floor balcony of K building.
          Formal Wear donations are also welcomed. They may be dropped off at the KKHS front office, Mon-Fri, 7am-4pm, in care of Ms, Cabral. Questions? Contact Ms. Theresa Cabral at (808) 727-3516 or

  • Scholarships
    1. Scholarship Bulletin #4 (2-28-17)
      Mrs. Jamie Kovacic compiles this list of scholarships for seniors. Any questions? Please see her.
    2. Hawaii Friends of the NRA Scholarship 2017: (2/17/16)
      The Hawaii NRA is offering (4) $1,000 scholarships to interested seniors. Application opens 4/1/17.

    3. Hawaii Public Schools Scholarship Webpage (1/16/17)
      Set your filter, and you can even find a $10,000 scholarship to the winner of an annual greeting card contest, and it's open to grades 9-12. Check it out.

    4. Realtors Presidential Scholarship:
      Must be a senior and resident of Maui; Award criteria: Scholarship, School Activities, Personal Statement, Career Goals, Community Activities; applications available online at; Applications must be mailed by Feb. 22.
    5. HMSA Kaimana Awards and Scholarship Program:
      21 awards for Hawaii high school seniors; minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75; participated on at least one school athletic team in at least one of their high school years; special consideration will be given to student-athletes in lower-profile sports. Applications are available online at Application Deadline: 2/10/17.
    6. Ke Ali'i Pauahi Foundation Scholarships:
      Includes over 50 scholarships open to the general public, with preference given to student of Native Hawaiian ancestry. A list of available scholarships & award criteria are available online at Applications are only accepted online. Application deadline: 2/17/17.
    7. Filipino Women's League Scholarship:
      Be a senior of Filipino ancestry (female or male); be a Hawaii high school student with a cumulative gpa of 3.5 or better; enroll as a full-time student next year at a college or university in Hawaii; Applications are available online at Application Deadline: 2/28/17.
    8. Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation Scholarship:
      A few scholarships. Qualifications: 1) Demonstrate financial need. 2) High school student who plans to attend an accredited college/university as a full time student. 3) Participate competitively as an amateur in the sports of canoeing, surfing, kayaking, swimming, water polo or volleyball (high school participation in the sports listed). 4) Resident of Hawaii. 5) Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. Earliest Application Deadline: 2/1/17. Scholarship Deadline: 3/1/17. Applications available online at
    9. CLARO SR. AND MAXIMA CAPILI's 5th ANNUAL “THE GIFT OF ALOHA” for $1500 for a deserving senior. or go to Application Deadline: 3/31/17.
    10. Maui Portuguese Cultural Club Scholarship:
      Awards scholarships to seniors in Maui County who are of Portuguese ancestry. Applications are available online at Application deadline: 3/31/17.
    11. HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union Scholarship
      Must be a primary member with their own HawaiiUSAFCU account for a minimum of one year. Applications are online at Application Deadline: 2/15/17.
    12. Soroptimist International of Maui Youth Citizenship Scholarship:
      Must be a senior from the County of Maui. Awards are based on leadership & service. Applications are online at Application Deadline: March 1.
    13. Mamoru and Aiko Takitani Foundation Scholarship:
      High school senior; strong record of scholastic achievement & potential; participate actively in co-curricular & extra-curricular activities & in community service endeavors; demonstrate financial need; applications are available online at
    14. University of Hawaii Manoa Campus Application & Scholarship Deadlines (12/21/16)
      Seniors, please be aware of these important deadlines for the University of Hawaii Manoa Campus application & scholarship deadlines.
    15. Honolulu Fire Department Federal Credit Union:
      Applicants must join the credit union prior to May 31st. Applications are available at Application Deadline: 5/31/17.

  • Missed Sy2017-2018 Registration for Grades 9-11? (1-10-17)
    If your child missed the December pre-registration for next school year 2017-2018, please have them see their academic counselor as soon as possible.

  • Course Catalogs for sy2017-2018 (12/9/16)
    Please review the courses for next school year. Grades 9-11 will need to choose their classes next week.
    1. sy2017-2018 Course Catalog for Grades 10-12

    2. sy2017-2018 Course Catalog for Grade 9 ONLY

  • Health Alert! (12/15/16) mumps
    A letter from our Baldwin-Kekaulike-Maui Complex Area Superintendent, Leila Hayashida, was distributed this morning to students through their Social Studies classes today. Several cases of mumps have been detected at schools in our 3 school complexes. Please ask your child for this letter, or download it at Mrs. Hayashida gives this link at for more information on symptoms.

  • Benefits of the Free & Reduced (F/R) Lunch Program: (9/20/16)
    To apply for F/R Meal Program go online to Children who are in this federal program not only get free or reduced meals, but could also qualify for FREE bus transportation, FREE college application waivers, FREE ACT exam, FREE SAT exam, reduced AP test fees, FREE PSAT for Juniors… So, apply today.

  • For the Athletic Schedule & Other Information about Athletics please go to the Official Na Ali'i Athletics Website at

  • sy2016-2017 Student Handbook (8/5/16)
    On Wed, Aug. 3rd students were given a Student Handbook in their student folder. It's almost 30 pages, but we hope you will take some time to read it and be familiar with it. Teachers will go over each section the first week of school.

  • Subscribe to eNotes (8/5//16)
    Communication between home and school is important. Receive 5-12 emails a month to stay in touch and use the information you receive to talk about school, clubs, sports, & more with your child. Click here to sign up online.

  • Calendar of Events Check this calendar for upcoming dates.

  • "McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance (MVA) Act - Letter to Parents (7/23/14)
          "The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act (MVA) ensures that students eligible for MVA services have equal access to the same appropriate public education that is provided to students who are not eligible for MVA services. Students who are eligible for MVA services have the right to attend the school in the geographic area where they live or the school or origin, if feasible. The school of origin is the school attended by the child or youth when he or she was permanently housed or the school in which the child or youth was last enrolled.”
          This letter is written “to inform parents & guardians of students who were eligible for MVA services between October 1, 2005 and June 26, 2008, of the right to have the student transfer when feasible to a school previously attended during that time period ("previous school of attendance")...” Click on the MVA title to download the Parent's Letter that explains the criteria that needs to be met.

  • School Bus Application (7/23/14)
    To download the school bus application, go to

  • Free & Reduced Meal Applications: (6/9/14)
    Free & Reduced Meal Applications forms for the 2014 - 2015 school year is included in the student packets which will be distributed to students on the first day of school, (Aug. 1st for Freshmen & Aug. 4th for all other students). Parents may also go online to to submit an electronic application on or after July 1, 2014.

  • Parent Website,, Redirect: If you're unable to get to the parent website at, please click here or go to

  • has a Common Core Webinar Series (12/22/13)
    This four-part webinar series is designed to educate parents on the Common Core State Standards and empower them to support the transition at school and at home. The webinars highlight three key principles. Click on the title above to read more about it.

  • Parents' Guide to Student Success Created by the National PTA in Response to the Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts & Mathematics (12/10/13)
          On Monday all English & Math teachers distributed a letter from Superintendent Matayoshi with a 1 page Parents’ Guide to Student Success which provides an overview of what the student will learn in high school in Mathematics & in English Language Arts, based on the Common Core State Standards. Students were asked to give it to their parents/guardians. If you have not read it, click on the title above.
          At the end of page 5 there’s also Parent Tip: Planning for College & Career, which you might find helpful

  • Cut & Save Labels for Education Bar Codes/Caps (6/9/14)
    Labels for Education
    Save the bar codes from products to help us earn school supplies! To download their product list, click here. Please drop off your saved Labels for Education bar codes after school resumes in August at the front office & ask them to give it to PCNC Facilitator, June Kaneshiro. Thank you!

  • Click to see The Kekaulike Road Map to Success, a colorful visual reminder to our students of what they need to be doing to succeed. It was created in our Design Class.