NEW Digital method for reporting student absences! Communication between student's home and our school remains highly crucial to student success. We are excited to announce the launch of a new method to report student absences to our school!
When a student is out, the school office should be notified by the parent or guardian. The new and preferred method of contact is via submission of a Report of Absence Form found online.
Links to the report form have been made available from our homepage (www.hilohigh.org) under the following sections: 1 - Parents and Students 2 - SY 22-23 3 - LINKS (near the bottom of the homepage)
The school office staff will continue to take phone calls at (808)313-5509, between the hours of 7:45am and 4:00pm. However, the online version is available to parents/guardians at any time.
Whether or not the school is notified via a phone call or digitally regarding student absences, automated phone messages will be sent by the end of the day to the parents/guardians, notifying them of the absence noted on their child's record.
Do you have a talent you want to showcase well lucky for you the Hilo High Performing Arts Learning Center introduces its very own TALENT EXTRAVAGANZA come and support students as they perform their talent in the auditorium!
Meeting this Wednesday, March 29th, 2023 during lunch recess in C-217 (Ms. R's room)! This meeting will discuss upcoming activities, workshops, and fundraisers. Pre-order lunch for this meeting, by adding your name to the Google Classroom announcement. See you there!
The Hawaii Rise Foundation, a small nonprofit organization based out of Hilo, Hawaii is hosting a three-day community event in partnership with SCP Hilo Hotel and would like to invite our students and staff. The free ʻohana friendly event is on April 13th, 14th and 15th, 2023 from 9 AM - 3 PM.
The entire month of April is designated as the Month of the Military Child. "Purple Up! For Military Kids” is a day for communities to wear purple to show support and thank military children for their strength and sacrifices.
The Hilo High School Summer Program is design to meet the needs of students in an environment focused on success. Students will have the opportunity to take courses for credit recovery or enrichment. The program is open to Hilo High School students grades 10-12. Students are encouraged to meet with their counselor prior to applying for the summer program. Course list and applications will be available 4/10/2023.
The Arc of Hilo warmly invites all to join them on June 4th, 2023 at the 2nd Annual King Kamehameha's Awesome Athletes Canoe Race, to be held at Hilo bay! This event is for all Hawai'i Island students and/or adults with special needs who love ocean sports, or want to experience an exciting outrigger race supported by seasoned volunteer paddlers. Youth and adult divisions available!