The 2021 Senior Hall of Fame has been tallied up and compiled. Please send Mrs. Mant a picture of yourselves for the yearbook by Feb. 26, 2021 All photos must be submitted in jpeg format to email@example.com
Hey Seniors! Who is the best artist in your class? Who are the best BFFs? Who is the best waterman or woman? Please fill out our survey in the yearbook section of our Hilo High website to vote for your class Hall Of Fame
Aloha Class of 2021, Do you want to be part of this year's May Day court? If so please fill out the May Day application and send to both Kumu ʻAwapuhi Duldulao firstname.lastname@example.org and Kumu Fernandez email@example.com
This event was organized and run by the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum Japan, and specially planned for the Hilo, Waiakea, and Kamehameha High School Japanese class students. Students listened to the atomic bomb survivor, Ms. Keiko Ogura's testimony and participated in the Q&A session.
Corner decorating is a tradition here at Hilo High and we would like to continue this tradition virtually. This year's theme is Holidays at Home. Participants should decorate their “corners” (homes) in a way that evokes comfort and shows the coziness of the holidays from the comfort of their own home. Teachers and Students are welcome to participate! Please continue reading the article for more information. Go to https://tinyurl.com/HolidaysAtHome2020 to sign up!
Anyone still interested in volunteering, or becoming a UNIFIED Partner for Hilo High School Special Olympic UNIFIED Program, please come to room N105 to complete forms. First practice will start on Wednesday, January 15th during lunch recess at the track.
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!
If you are interested in human rights or taking a stand on important issues than you should join Hilo High's Amnesty International Club. It will be an easy way to spread awareness and make your voice heard. If you are interested, come to R-21, Ms. Crowl's room on Monday, on October 21. Stop by during lunch recess to learn more. Hope to see you there!