Our Story: Kekaulike High provides a comprehensive academic program. Students may take courses in Advanced Placement, Career and Technology Education pathways, Peer Education, Advancement Via Individual Determination and credit recovery. A full range of cocurricular activities and athletics is offered. A Hawaiian Language Immersion Program was launched in 1997 and every Hawaiian Immersion Senior Class participates in both the Kula Kaiapuni o Maui graduation as well as the traditional school commencement ceremony. The Parent Teacher Student Association is actively involved in supporting the school, coordinating an annual staff appreciation luncheon and other events.
CONGRATULATIONS to the following KKHS student participants and award winners in this year's Maui County Fair, School Art Show:
DIVISION V (Juniors & Seniors)
BEST IN DIVISION Amanda Hauser-Caires, 12
4th PLACE, 2-D Amanda Hauser-Caires, 12
3rd Place, 3-D Skylar Sands, 11
Honorable Mention,3-D Cody MacDonald, 12
DIVISION IV (Freshmen & Sophomores)
3-D Jereh Mark Valdez, 10
Natalie Shough, 12
Allison Bacay, 12
Kaya Dugan, 11
Gabriella Pacheco, 11
King Kekaulike Dramaaticans/KKHS Drama Club
& Chris Kepler present:
Romeo and Juliet
2, 3 and 9, 10, 11.
With Friday and Saturday performances at 7pm.
And closing show Sunday matinee at 3pm.
Tickets will go on-sale
in mid October.
Also, come out and support the Drama program as they walk, dance, and sing in the Maui Fair parade. To promote the Spring musical, Annie, the drama club will be dressed as characters from the classical musical and singing/dancing/walking to "It's a Hard Knock Life" and "You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile." Look for Annie in April in the Performing Arts Center!!!