Henry J. Kaiser High School

511 Lunalilo Home Road, Honolulu, HI, 96825-1705



Students 1025

Henry J. Kaiser High School is a four-year high school located in Honolulu, Hawaii. The school started to open its doors to students in 1971 and since then, the school student population has averaged to around 1,000 to 1,100 students per year. The school offers grades 9 to 12, has the cougar as the school mascot, and is proud to have blue and gold as their school colors.

The school develops in its students the value to reach their maximum potentials, to be responsible leaders for their chosen fields, to be caring and contributing members of the community. Also, the high school commits itself to provide a supportive and safe learning environment as well as to be able to practice a well-balanced yet varied curriculum that challenges all its students to achieve for excellence.

The school curriculum focuses on college preparation as it incorporates Hawaii Content and Performance Standards and also national curriculum standards. The entire community is forged together with their aim to maintain a fun and varied kind of learning environment. The school campus is located in a middle class community in East Honolulu. The campus serves as a consortium of six classroom buildings, offices, gymnasium, library, cafeteria, track, soccer field, and a swimming pool.

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