The Hawaiian Kingdom became an independent Nation state on November 28th 1843, with the leadership of Mōʻī Kamehameha the third- Kauikeaouli. With the help of Timoteo Haʻalilo, William Richards, and Sir George Simpson who travelled to France, Europe and the United States, Hawaiʻi became one of the the first non-European Nations recognized as an independent state in the world. This day became known as Lā Kūʻokoʻa or Hawaiian Independence Day.
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Mrs.Tillery, an HHS counselor, will be holding this meeting for incoming 9th-grade parents. During this meeting, we will go over registration guidelines and provide assistance for filling out the paperwork.
Member Drive November 15 to December 31, 2021
Saturday, December 18, 2021 at Nani Mau Gardens Continue reading this article for more information regarding packet pick-up.
Come and open an account at the Hilo High School Student Credit Union! Continue reading this article for more information.
This is an animated film titled "Kapaemahu." This story is based on the long-hidden history of four healing stones on Waikiki Beach placed there as a tribute to four legendary mahu who first brought the healing arts to Hawai'i.
To avoid a $20 late fee, orders are due Wednesday, December 1, 2021
Effective November 16, 2021, a Tardy Notification will be sent to parents or guardians for students late to class.
Recapping our amazing 2021 homecoming- Vikings Blast to the Past | Celebrating 115 Years! Thank you for your participation in this weeklong event, we hope you made great memories!
Seniors - the 2021 Big Island Virtual Job Fair & Workshops will begin on Nov. 1, 2021. Click on the link for more information
- 514 Graduating Students
- 145 Hours of community Service
- 922 Scholarships Awarded yearly
- 26 Donations of Computers yearly
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Luke smiles with his new intercom headset
Kanaka from the 2019 May Day Royal Court
Kanakas from the May Day Royal Court perform
Bandmaster Yvonne Yokoe
Students hold up their recognition certificates.
The 2019 May Day Court Queen performs
Tahitian dancers perform at May Day Gallery Link
A man rides on a banana floatie.
Band students from the brass section.