About this school
Wahiawa Middle relies on two key programs to support student achievement, Step Up to Writing and Advancement Via Individualized Determination (AVID).
The writing program focuses on writing to learn and prepararing students for Common Core State Standards requirements. The AVID program, which promotes a college going culture, is offered to students in grades 6 through 8. Students are placed in the most rigorous classes, take an AVID elective and are supported in their core classes by AVID trained teachers.
A variety of extracurricular student programs are offered after school, including tutoring and credit recovery. Examples of enrichment programs include robotics, intramural sports, jazz band and art.
Wahiawa Middle is committed to increasing parent involvement and improving communication between home and school by building relationships through family activities, technology and the School Community Council. The School Community Council offers parents an opportunity to participate in the school improvement process.
Academic Plan & Financial Plan
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2017-2020 Strategic Plan.
Strive HI report
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