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STUDENTS, DON'T LET YOUR BENEFITS LAPSE!  Monday is last day to turn in Free/Reduce Lunch Application.

Welcome

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

Latest News

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DON'T LOSE YOUR LUNCH BENEFITS

Sept. 17th is the last day to turn in Free/Reduced lunch application to avoid losing benefits. Parents, we are asking for your assistance to fill out the application and have your child turn it in.
WHS ID Sample

Lost/Stolen ID's

Students who do not report a lost/stolen ID right away may be held responsible for lunch charges made to their school lunch account.
Waipahu Family Fair Flyer

September 21 - Waipahu Family Fair

We invite you to the Waipahu Family Fair on Saturday, September 21. The event will be held at Waipahu Intermediate School's Cafeteria on September 21, from 10 am - 1 pm.
Marauders in Action

August 29 - Open House

We hope the start of your school year is going well! We invite you to our Open House this Thursday, August 29 from 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm at the Cafeteria to meet and greet your child's teachers. Please bring your completed schedules which were distributed to students. Available booths to assist you include: -Infinite Campus -Free/Reduced Lunch -Hawaii Keiki (APRN)
KHON Take Two interviews our Academy of Health and Sciences students to share their learning experiences in high school and how that has impacted their post-secondary choices.

Events

Waipahu Family Fair

Time: 10 AM – 1 PM
Location: Waipahu Intermediate School Cafeteria
21 Sep

At a Glance

  • $26.5 million in Scholarships
  • Two NCAC Certified Academies
  • WASC Accredited To 2024
  • 12 Early College Olympians with Associates Degree
  • National FBI Yearbook Recognition
  • 18 Seal of Biliteracy from 15 students
  • 313 received Honor Recognition in Class of 2018
  • 450 Students Enrolled in Early College Courses