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Masks & Kaukau Cards For Sale!

Aloha Families! We are happy to be back from break and ready to return to distance-learning.
Reminder that we still have Kaukau Cards and Hilo High School Face Masks available for sale.
* Masks are $10 each. To reserve masks, visit:  https://forms.gle/KDprXkd5iESgaVzG6
* Kaukau Cards cost $15 for a set of 2 cards!
  -  Credit card sales, visit:  https://kaukaucard.com/support/p/hilo-high-school. (Add $1.50 Postage charge)
  -  Cash/In-person sales, visit  to reserve and pickup at the HHS Main Office.
Contact the office at 808-313-5500 for more information or arrange pickup online: calendly.com/hilohighoffice

Front Page News

ASVAB Testing (10/26/2020)

All 10th-12th graders, the first ASVAB administration of the year is next Monday, October 26 at 1 PM. The test will be administered in the Learning Resource Center (LRC), better known as the Hilo High School Library.
ASVAB Testing (10/26/2020) Featured Photo

Hawai'i Keiki

Hawai'i Keiki School Health Program Did you know that Hilo High School has a nurse in the health room to work with the School Health Assistant (SHA) in supporting your child’s health and education? Hilo High School is staffed with a Hawai‘i Keiki registered nurse (RN). When your child is sick at school, this nurse can assess your child and decide if your child needs to go home, see a medical provider, or can stay at school.
Hawai'i Keiki Featured Photo

Upward Bound

Are you ready for College? Upward Bound at UH Hilo is accepting applications. Sign up for their Virtual Information Nights on their website.
Upward Bound Featured Photo

Senior Ads for Yearbook 2020-2021

Class of 2021 Seniors! Do you want to have your own special place for you and your friends in this year’s yearbook? Well, now you can by purchasing a Senior Ad! Prices are as follows: Full Page: $200, ½ Page: $100, and ¼ Page: $50.
Senior Ads for Yearbook 2020-2021 Featured Photo

Take the Federal Impact Aid Survey Online

Beginning October 14, 2020, parents/guardians can log into the Infinite Campus Portal and complete the Impact Aid survey.  Please note that Hilo High School is participating in this online pilot project but other schools may not be.  Parents/guardians who have children at different schools who are not conducting the Federal Impact Aid survey online must complete paper surveys that are sent home via other schools.  Federal funding is allocated on a per student basis.
Take the Federal Impact Aid Survey Online Featured Photo

10/12/2020 Letter to Parents - HIDOE Statement on Acellus

Parent message from Supt. Kishimoto regarding instructional review of Acellus. In a letter to families, Superintendent Christina Kishimoto said the HIDOE has completed a review of Acellus and is working to move forward in a manner that supports students in the least disruptive manner possible.
10/12/2020 Letter to Parents - HIDOE Statement on Acellus Featured Photo

Free Grab-and-Go meals program launching at Hilo High School this fall

The Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) Grab-and-Go school meals program will be returning for the fall semester at 203 public schools beginning on Monday, Oct. 12, through Friday, Dec. 18, to provide free meals to children ages 18 and younger. The meals are available to children regardless of whether or not they are enrolled at the distribution site, are public school students, or are eligible for the free or reduced-price lunch program.
Free Grab-and-Go meals program launching at Hilo High School this fall Featured Photo

Annual Title I Meeting SY 2020-2021

Every year, Hilo High School holds an annual Title I meeting during Open House. Since Open House did not happen this year, please click here to read what Title I is, and how Hilo High School is qualifies and uses Title I support.
Annual Title I Meeting SY 2020-2021 Featured Photo

Events Calendar

Period 2

Time: 8 AM – 9:30 AM
October 21

Period 4

Time: 9:45 AM – 11:05 AM
October 21

Period 6

Time: 11:20 AM – 12:40 PM
October 21

GNG Lunch

Time: 12:40 PM – 1:20 PM
October 21
  • 514 Graduating Students
  • 145 Hours of community Service
  • 922 Scholarships Awarded yearly
  • 26 Donations of Computers yearly

Social Hub & Gallery

Timmy and Jared perform for an invisible crowd.
Bandmaster Yvonne Yokoe
Band students from the Bass Section
Kara performs hula at the 2019 May Day
Remington shows off his new hat. vimeo
A violin student performs with intensity
Students hold up their recognition certificates.
Luke smiles with his new intercom headset
Rad lookin' Brandon Hamamoto poses for the camera.
May Day students get ready to perform.
Kanaka from the 2019 May Day Royal Court
Kanakas from the May Day Royal Court perform Gallery Link
Tahitian dancer
A candid photo of two media students preparing for an event.