Know your privacy rights as they apply to 1) student record information; 2) directory information; 3) surveys and other information collection; and 4) military recruitment information. For more information on your privacy rights, the laws that protect them, and how to exercise your rights, contact your school administrator or click on the link above to learn more.
Click on the link below to access the Hawaii Department of Education's notice and statement of Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment. For more information please contact your School's Administrator.
Click on the link to read up on "BRIGHT SPOTS" from the schools that make up the Nānākuli-Waiʻanae Complex.
Clink on the link for lastest information form the State of Hawaii Department of Health on Mumps.
Congratulations goes out to NHIS Junior, Josiah Orso for being inducted into the Leeward Community College's Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Josiah is currently enrolled at NHIS, while pursuing college courses at Leeward Community College. Way to go Josiah!
Click of link for information on schedule pick up for 2017-2018 SY and the start of 2017-2018 school year.
Congratulations to Joey Pantil for receiving the Citizen Scholar Award. She was one of 42 Public School students to receive the award. She was honored at a luncheon sponsored by the Hawaii Lodging & Tourism Association, Star Advertiser and the Hawaii Department of Education. Way to go Joey!
Five NHIS Seniors were award scholarships by the Kapolei Foundation on Wednesday, April 26. They received their scholarships at a breakfast sponsored by the Kapolei Foundation. Congratulations to Joey, Chyson, April, Kinohi and Trystan
On Wednesday, April 19 our Ka Leo ʻO Nānākuli Newswriting Staff was recognized with several awards at the Annual State High School Newspaper Awards Luncheon at the Pagoda Hotel. Click on the link for more on the Awards Luncheon. Great job Ka Leo ʻO Nānākuli News Staff!
Congratulations to the Class of 2017 for winning the CASH for COLLEGE Challenge sponsored by Hawaii P20 and the 55by25 initiative. As part of the challenge, the school that was closet to 100% was declared the winner. The Class of 2017 was able to get 61% of its students to complete and submit their FASFA applications. The Class of 2017 was able to beat out seven other schools. It was also a 32.9% increase from last year.
This challenge was a collaboration between the Hawaii Department of Education and HawaiiP20, promoting the 55by25 initiative. Other schools part of the challenge were: McKinley High School, Waipahu High School, Waialua High & Intermediate School, Leilehua High School, Kealakehe High School, Waiʻanae High School, and Farrington High School.
The College and Career Readiness Indicators Report for the Class of 2016, released by Hawaii P-20 Partnerships for Education, show that Hawaii students continue to reach higher levels of achievement, with more students taking college-level courses while in high school and graduating with college credits. Nānākuli High & Intermediate School has shown an increase in students taking AP exams, an increase in student Dual Credit participation, and an increase in nationwide college enrollment. WAY TO GO GOLDEN HAWKS!!
Makani Kauweloa, a Junior at Nānākuli High & Intermediate School, has been selected to participate in a three-day summer retreat with the Islander Scholar Academy. The Islander Scholars Academy honors public high school juniors who exemplify the values that make Hawaiʻi unique. Makani will connect to and learn from other like-minded students, talk story with cultural practitioners and mentors, share about their communities and ‘ohana, and deepen their understanding of their kuleana as they head into their senior year and beyond. CONGRATULATIONS MAKANI!!
Congratulations to Junior, Kanani Diamond for receiving the 2017 Prudential President's Volunteer Service Award. This award recognizes Americans of all ages who have volunteered significant amounts of their time to serve their communities. Kanani exemplifies the true spirit of service and is a role model for other people.
Two teams, made up of Intermediate students, participated in the DimensionU Hawaii Math games. The event was held at the University of Hawaii-West Oahu Campus on Friday, February 17. The team made up of 8th grade students came in first place in the Intermediate Division. The other team made up of 7th grades came in third place.
DimensionU creates engaging and interactive multiplayer video games that focus on core skills in mathematics and literacy. Our content aligns with the Common Core, state standards and classroom instruction. Click on the link for more information on DimensioinU.