• Learn about the potential and opportunities for women among the stars and beyond, the advances in artificial intelligence and some surprising ways it is used today and how to create an app dedicated to fostering positive behavior.
  • Experience the technology powering surgical robotics and the future for women’s healthcare and how innovation in agriculture is aimed and improving and increasing crop production.
Click on the logo to apply.
See the flyer in the sidebar.
Field Trip to HCC
Friday, February 21, 2020 (B Day). 8:15-1:00.
Space is limited - trip slips available in H101 - due 2/7/2020.
For grades 11 and 12 only.
FREE transportation!
Learn about: automotive technology, carpentry, cosmetology, fashion technology, music and entertainment learning, sheet metal, welding and other career and technical education programs
Intro to Financial Aid
McCully-Mōʿiliʿili Library
2211 South King Street
Honolulu, HI 96826
(808) 973-1099
Thursday, January 23, 2020
5:30pm – 6:45pm


  • “Intro to Financial Aid: Understanding the Basics to Make
    Informed Financial Decisions About College” is a community
    presentation to inform students and their families about
    financial aid for college. This free presentation is suitable or
    high school students and their families. Younger students and
    their families are also welcome to attend.

See the flyer for more information.

Apply to KCC Workshops (kulia i ka nu'u)





See the flyer in the sidebar for more information.

ALA Hawai'i Girls State (ALAHGS) is a political simulation experience that allows JUNIORS to create their own state.

​Citizens will belong to mythical cities, parties, and eventually be elected as state level officials in the mock state of 'Aloha'. This two night-three-day experience generates an understanding of civic opportunities and encourages our female youth to take their place as ethical leaders for our future generations!
$10,000.00 scholarship available.
Delegates are also housed and instructed in a university setting, offering a great look into the fast approaching college life.
please email with any questions:​
Deadline - March 1, 2020
Dual Credit Information

Deadlines for continuing or new Kaiser Juniors and Senior Dual Credit students:

You must see your grade level counselor (Ishii-12, Kawazoe-11) by:

September 15, 2019 for Spring 2020;

March 1, 2020 for Summer/Fall 2020

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NHSEMP strives to increase the advancement of underserved students in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). In particular, we reach out to Native Hawaiian, Polynesian, Alaska Native, and Native American pre-college, community college, undergraduate, and graduate students.
Comprehensive support involving outreach, recruitment, retention, and placement strategies aim to increase the number of qualified individuals on a successful path to leadership in community, industry, and academia.
Click here or the logos to apply.
Deadline to apply - March 15, 2020
Saturday, April 4, 2020
10:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.
The University of Hawai'i at Mānoa campus
  • Meet with engaging faculty, staff, & students from over 180 Academic Programs & Student Services
  • Experience demonstrations, hands-on activities, & displays
  • Go on various tours highlighting our campus, residence halls, & learning facilities
  • Visit the Office of Admissions - check your application status or pay your tuition deposit
  • Watch performances by student groups
  • Win free prizes & giveaways
  • Get your UH gear at our University Bookstore
  • Have photo booth fun - Rainbow Warrior style

Click on the logo for more information.

See last year's program in the sidebar for more information.

Tuesday, April 21, 2020: 8:30-11:30 and 5:00-8:00
Hawaii Convention Center, 1801 Kalakaua Ave
  • Free
  • 100s of colleges
  • Find your best college fit
  • Get your questions answered about majors, degree programs, internships, financial aid and much more.
Register here or click the logo
Contact: Email or call 703/836-2222 ext. 14.
Coming Soon
SCOIR (meaning to exit, retire or transition)
A future planning tool for Kaiser students.
  • Expand college access and improve collegiate outcomes
  • Understand your unique talents and pursue interesting career paths well-suited to those abilities.
See the flyer in the sidebar.
Click on the logo for more information.
Planning to attend a Post-Secondary School?
You must meet all immunization requirements and Tuberculosis (TB) clearance.
See the flyer in the sidebar for more details.
This is effective July 1, 2020.

Hobsons and Kaplan Partner to Bring You Free Interactive Livestreaming and Video On-Demand Courses

College, Career, and Life Readiness

Includes PSAT Prep, ACT Bootcamp, and SAT Rapid Review


  • What's College Like? Live
  • Stress-Free (Almost) College Planning Live
  • Financial Aid & Paying for College Live
  • Mindfulness in Testing Live
  • ASVAB Rapid Review Live

Click on the graphic to learn more.


Dental Assisting; EMT; medical Assisting: Med Lab Tech; OT Assistant; PT Assistant; Radiologic Tech; Respiratory Care Practicioner; Mobile Intensive Care Tech; Community Health Worker


  • Information sessions are  designed to introduce you to the health career of your choosing. 
  • You’ll meet the program director, learn more about your career pathway, admission requirements and program curriculum, application requirements (prerequisite and support courses), selection criteria, preadmission exams (if any), program costs, financial aid, and counselor contacts. 
  • Attendance at an information session within one year of your application submission is mandatory.  Please be sure to sign in at the information session to record your attendance. You are responsible to remember when you attend an information session. Information session attendance is valid for one calendar year from the date of attendance. 

See the flyer in the sidebar.

For general questions, please contact the Health Careers Counseling Center Phone: (808) 734-9224 / Email:

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  • The slide show for the presentation can be found here: AP/IB/DC Information Night
  • For a comprehensive overview of the IBDP and IBCP Progammes, click here: IBDP/CP
  • For an overview of the Computer Science program, click here: Computer Science


Mahalo to all who joined us and participated.



More commonly referred to as C.O.P., we offer a statewide entry-level freshman program that provides a summer and first-year residential college experience for individuals who are: Hawaiʻi residents and who may not meet the minimum requirements for admission to the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UHM), are academically under prepared, economically disadvantaged, represent a positive role model to communities underrepresented at the UHM, non-traditional, or in need of a structured college entry.


Deadline to apply - December 12, 2019
Click here or the logo for more information. See the flyer in the sidebar.
Applying to a Cal State School?
General admissions information: or phone 408.283.7500
Pre-Admissions - Student Outreach and Recruitment: or phone 408.924.2564
Support while our offices are closed for the weekend, reach out to the Cal State Apply Applicant Help Center which offers assistance by phone (857) 304 - 2087, email and chat. Email support is available 24 hours a day. 
Saturday Academy

Scholarship-based digital arts program designed to empower young artists by engaging their creativity, curiosity and passion for entertainment design in a structured, professional environment.

Accepted students receive a full scholarship that covers the cost of instruction.

Time: Saturdays, 9am – 12pm

Duration: 10 Weeks

  • Industry professional instructors
  • Small class sizes
  • Artistic skill development

Click here or on the logo for more information. See the flyer in the sidebar.

Next deadline: December 13, 2019 for Winter Term.