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Aloha and welcome to Waipahu High School, Home of the Marauders. As a College and Career Academy high school, we are focused on helping students identify their passion, provide the opportunities and supports for their success. Our student-centered motto is My Voice • My Choice • My Future.
 

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Support While You Shop!

Foodland's Shop for Higher Education will run on February 19 to March 21, please support seniors by using our school code: 7598 when you shop!
Mr. Jeremiah Brown being honored at the Pacific and Asian Affairs Council as the 2020 Global Educator Award on February 25, 2020

Congratulations Mr. Jeremiah Brown!

The Pacific and Asian Affairs Council honored Mr. Brown, Waipahu High School's English Learner Coordinator, as the 2020 Global Educator Award! Mayor Kirk Caldwell officially proclaimed February 25, 2020 to be JEREMIAH BROWN DAY!
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Continuous Notice of Non-Discrimination

The Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) and its schools do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, and religion. Please direct inquiries regarding HIDOE nondiscrimination policies as follows:
Catch a glimpse of the Marauder spirit at our 55th Arthur Awards! Congratulations to all the classes, our football team, and our homecoming court for a successful homecoming week. Thank you to our student government and class councils for your hard work and coordination. Video courtesy of Chelsea Pagdilao.

Events

At a Glance

  • $32.8 Million in Scholarships
  • Two NCAC Certified Academies
  • WASC Accredited To 2024
  • 10 Early College Olympians with Associates Degree
  • grades1-8 Presidential Scholar
  • 46 Seal of Biliteracy
  • academics Beta Chi Omega First Phi Theta Kappa Chapter on a High School Campus in the Nation
  • 410 Received Honor Recognition in Class of 2019
  • getinvolved 648 Students Enrolled in Early College Courses