Tentative dates: Mandatory Parent & Student Meeting: January 21, 2021, classes: January 25, 2021 - February 18, 2021, BTW: TBD. By completing this form, you will be placed on a waitlist for upcoming Driver Education classes at Hilo High School. Classes are currently being held virtually with a maximum number of participants of 14. In-person classes may resume once students are back on campus. Computer and WiFi connectivity are necessary, as well as a working camera and microphone.
A group of local campers are confronted by the Night Marchers, ancient Hawaiian spirits who walk the night. Students from Mrs. Seaquist's Acting Class prepared this spooky Halloween special, all through Zoom!
This semester, we are offering a distance learning curriculum in Acting, Music, Technical Theatre, and Play Writing. Our goal is to produce a virtual New Playwrights Festival in December. This is a project we have done annually for 23 years. It's exciting new territory to have our students write and perform for a virtual stage!
Are you in high school and have plans for college in your future? Will you be a first-generation college student and/or meet eligibility guidelines? Learn about what services Upward Bound provides in your journey to get to college.
Click for application. Are you interested in Coding? Perhaps you want to learn how to code? Hilo High School is looking for students who are interested in joining our School Design App Development Team. The app will be made using Android Studio and Apple XCODE. This app that is being developed has the potential to be used by many people, outside of Hilo High! Anyone who wants to learn is available to join this project as well!
The AVID class of 2022 has extended its time to make Valentine's Day cards. Come to A-02B, Mrs. Blair's room at lunch from Feb.10-Feb.14 to customize your own card/letter for a Valentine. Each card will only be $1 but come with a bonus. For every card you make, you get a free lollipop!! The last day to make cards will be at the end of Lunch on Friday, February 14, 2020.
Congrats: Josephine Mischon in winning a Scholastic Arts Gold Key Award for her oil painting "Concurrent" Emilia Wagner-Prekaski for winning a Gold key for her oil painting "Cute Friend" and three Silver keys for her oil paintings, "Sleep Paralysis" "Bloody Oranges" and "Future Food" Julia Scharf for winning an Honorable mention for her Photograph "Self Made" Both Gold Key Paintings will be submitted in the national scholastic arts competition!
The Performing Arts Learning Center, PALC, will hold 2 registration meetings for semester 2. You only need to attend one of the two meetings. The first is meeting is Tuesday, January 14, from 3-4:30 pm. The second meeting is Wednesday, January 15, from 3-4:30 pm.
Hey Vikings! The 6th Annual, Hilo Complex Bands, Hot Dog Jam Fundraising Event is happening on February 15 from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM at our own Hilo High Gym. Tickets are $7.00 (pre-sold) or $10.00 at the door. Please see any band member or Mrs. Yokoe to purchase yours by Jan 23. Mahalo for your support!
Seniors! Your commencement song practices are starting on January 13th. Every Monday beginning January 13th, please report directly to the Pool when pd 2 ends. Song practice begins at the start of 1st recess. Anyone who reports more than 5 minutes late will be considered absent for that day's practice and will lose that ticket. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Arbles.
Help us celebrate the Fine Arts Department and join us for our "Viking Fine Arts Exhibit" and "Playwrights Festival" - Friday December 6th at 6pm. We will have light refreshments and Art in the Auditorium Hallway. 7pm the show starts, so don't be late!
Hilo Y’s Men Club Christmas Tree Sale. Nov. 30 at Ben Franklin Parking lot. Come and support our local service club by donating dollars to determine the winner of our ugly sweater contest. Ugly sweater contest will be presented by our Hilo High 11th grade AVID class.
Attention all Vikings! The Hilo High Viking Band will be launching a Strawberry Mochi fundraiser! Tickets will be sold the first two weeks of December and pick up will be January 29th - February 1st and February 5th - February 8th at Two Ladies Kitchen from 11am-3pm. If you would like to purchase any tickets please see any band member or Mrs. Yokoe in the band room. We appreciate your support!
On October 28, 29,& 30 Project Vision Hawaii offered FREE vision screening for all students at Hilo High School! The screening took about 15-20 minutes per student as they underwent various preliminary vision checks. Students from our Clinical Health Pathway classes assisted with the screening process, along with members of our local Lions Clubs. Students identified for further testing may also be eligible for free glasses!!