Over the Spring break, Band Director, Mr. Bataluna and our Cougar Band traveled to Japan to play with our sister school in Japan - Nagaoka High School.
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Are you Attending Kaiser High Schoolʻs Graduation? Here are some Important things you need to know...
Graduation will be held on Friday, May 25th at 6:30 PM. As Kaiser has a brand new football field, there are mandatory precautions we need to take. Please click on the headline to understand what is permitted and please kokua and share with your family and friends who maybe attending Graduation.
Starting on Monday, May 7th, parents will be able to track and pay for lunch balances online with EZSchoolpPay.com. Please click on the headline for more information.
The Kaiser Athletic Foundation was formed for the intent of giving back to the school. The annual Luʻau is their biggest fundraiser to raise money for athletic facility projects, scholarships, equipment, off setting transportation costs and much more. Please click the headline for more information.
Coming to a TV near you! Join Jacob Heberle, Ryan Chafee and Lucy Chalekian as they compete for Kaiser's 3rd Championship. Series starts Sunday, April 15th. Click on headline for more details.
Hawaiʻi High School Journalism Award Recipients 2018 Recipients of $500 IBDP Scholarships, Hawaiʻi State Science Fair Distinguished Winners - brothers Brandon and Ryan Nguyen, and Julian Li Vadera. Wyatt Sands participates in Bataan Memorial Death March
As Kaiser High School will not be offering core classes for Summer School this year, please click on the headline to see where Summer School is being being offered. There will be Summer School for EL students. Please click for more information as well. Mahalo!
Have you checked out our The Cougar Times, the official newspaper of Kaiser High School, lately? Editor Jolie Ching and her news writing staff have been hard at work to revamp the newspaper and website.
Our website is beginning to take shape as the College & Career section has uploaded a wealth of information to help make your high school-to-college transition a lot easier. Check them out!
American Savings Bank awarded Kaiser High School with a $25,000 grant through the Hawaiian Electric Industries (HEI) Charitable Foundation for placing 1st in the 2017 KeikiCo Business Plan Competition.