The Kahuku Complex 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) grant proposal was approved and will be funded up to $1.4 million for 2015-2020. The principals at Kahuku High-Intermediate, Kahuku Elementary, Hauʻula Elementary and Kaʻaʻawa Elementary are excited about having the resources to support student learning during non-school hours. Mahalo to KEAC for partnering with the […]
Windward District Office submitted a Request for Proposal to provide 21st Century Grant Community Learning Centers at Kahuku High and Intermediate.
Congratulations to CHENOA YORGASON & COOPER SCHWARTZ Seniors, they placed in the top 1 percent of U.S. test-takers, named National Merit Scholarship semi-finalists.
A Red Raider Scholar is a high school senior who is publicly recognized and awarded for the pursuit of excellence in scholarship, leadership and citizenship at Kahuku High & Intermediate School.
Hosted by Turtle Bay Resort and Windward Community College.
The Ko’olauloa Educational Alliance Corporation (KEAC) was founded as a non-profit, 501(c)3. corporation in 1996. KEAC’s mission is to work with the business and community members to create programs for school to college and career success.
The 3 yr old after-school club teaches how to use the camera as a fun, creative learning tool.
Last year Kahuku Film Club interviewed & filmed their elders, the keepers of the knowledge, in Hawaiian called Kupuna. They filmed their traditional taro fields & wrote an original story & two songs about what they learned. Kahuku won 2 State-wide awards for their film. More importantly they learned about themselves & giving back to […]
Please support deserving Kahuku High Seniors with a donation to help them realize their goal to attend college. Sponsored by Uila Vendiola. Contact Information: Uila Vendiola AVID and Green Team director Building Z1 293-8950 ext. 351 Uila_Vendiola/KAHUKUHI/HIDOE@notes.k12.hi.us
Green Summits are held twice a year at Kahuku High and Intermediate to help students collaborate with leaders and innovators of sustainability and renewable energy.
A look at the dim future of Hawaii if we do not reduce our opala (rubbish), and a look at how Kahuku High and Intermediate School is doing exactly that with the Kahuku Green Team. The Kahuku Intermediate School entry in the 2013 Olelo YouthXChange contest. (won 2nd place)
Kahuku Wind is First Wind’s second project in Hawaii and builds on Hawaii’s longstanding tradition of self-sufficiency by providing local, sustainable energy. Located on the North Shore of Oahu Hawai’i, Kahuku Wind is comprised of 12 wind turbines, with a total generating capacity of 30 MW.
Click here to play video. KAHUKU, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Deep in the heart of Kahuku, among a sea of voices echoing in the Red Raiders gymnasium, the Kahuku cheer team appear to be like any other squad. But if you listen real close, there’s something and someone very special, that stands out. Standing a tiptoe…or […]
Spreading the word about a clean and green environment are newly crowned Miss Earth Hawaii Lucie Poehere Wilson (Kahuku High graduate) and Miss Earth USA Nicolle Velez.
Competition took place in Reno, Nevada.
Speakers included distinguished Red Raiders: Chef Sam Choy, Dr. Allen Anae, attorney Douma and Jack Johnson. Also presenting on the theme “Step Into Your Greatness” to the audience of about 200 were Miss Hawaii Jalee Fuselier, artist and entertainer Kap Tafiti, and entrepreneur and motivational speaker Setema Gali.
Kahuku High and Intermediate School honored in inaugural ‘Green Ribbon’ program
Part of the proceeds of Kahuku.org‘s proceeds benefit athletic and academic programs at Kahuku High and Intermediate School.
Kahuku’s Green Team members at the 2013 Kahuku Green Summit held at Sunset Ranch at Pupukea, Oahu. Sponsored by Kahuku First Wind, Kokua Hawaii Foundation, Malama Pupukea-Waimea and North Shore Land Trust.
Each month, the Kahuku Green Team collects paper, cardboard, cans and bottles from each classroom and has them recycled. They also support in a quarterly community-wide recycling program.
Brian Walsh, a retired Intel executive, has been volunteering his time every Wednesday for the past year to help Kahuku students learn how to repair broken school computers. Their group is also tying computer arduino controllers and sensors with IBC Aquaponic systems and garden towers.
The Kahuku Green Team along with the Agriculture, Building and Construction and Environmental Resource Management classes, Gordon Miyashiro, are learning how to use aquaponics as a means of growing organic food such as vegetables and tilapia fish.
Local entrepreneur Joe Berardy shares ideas with a Kahuku student on developing a business plan to create a garden tower product.
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Ways to Help Kahuku Students: Volunteering (Project Grad, Cafeteria recycling and monitoring, Project Grad, etc) In-Kind Support (donation of needed items) Purchases of Kahuku.org gear Donations directly to the Kahuku High and Intermediate through the Ko’olauloa Educational Alliance Corporation, a 501(3)(C) Non-Profit organization.
Resources and tips for students and parents with post-secondary education goals. Going to college is more than a decision — it’s a process. Here are helpful resources to guide students and parents as they prepare for college applications, acceptance and success.
Explore how we tie learning to workplace realities to prepare students for careers. Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs provide high school students with education and training for employment purposes and/or progression into post-secondary education. Our Learning Centers provide concentrated focus around a career theme.