About this school
Kailua High encourages college and career readiness with career pathways in Arts & Communications, Health Services, Industrial Engineering Technology, Natural Resources and Public and Human Services.
The school also offers Advancement Via Individual Determination as an elective course for each grade level, and unique learning experiences in Hawaiian Language, Global Studies and Polynesian Music and Dance. Ethnic Studies is a required course for all incoming freshman. To provide students an opportunity to experience the rigor of college courses, it provides seven Advanced Placement courses.
All faculty and administrators mentor students through a weekly Personal Transition Plan/Leadership course to help students plan for post-high school pursuits and assist them in tracking their own progress toward attaining personal and academic goals.
Kailua High has various cocurricular activities such as an award-winning Air Force JROTC, Marching Band and an extensive athletic program that fields teams in 19 different sports.
Academic Plan & Financial Plan
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Strive HI report
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Prior reports: 2017-18 | 2016-17 | 2015-16 | 2014-15 | 2013-14 | 2012-13
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