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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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2021 US Senate Youth Delegates Hollie Rader and Ashley Valois

2021 US Senate Youth Delegates

Congratulations to this year's US Senate Youth Delegates, Waipahu High School students, Hollie Rader and Ashley Valois! Please read the official press release here.
Screenshot of Ernesto Arizala being interviewed by Hawaii News Now

Marauders Going Beyond!

Ernesto Arizala, HPU Student and 2018 WHS Alumni Designs a Low-Cost Solution to Protect Healthcare Workers. Go Marauders! (Linked to article from Hawaii News Now)
Aloha Aina Recycling Drive flyer header

Aloha Aina Recycling Drive

Our Aloha Aina Recycling Drive is this Saturday, Feb. 27 from 9 am to 12 pm at Waipahu High School. For more information on which items are accepted or restricted, please click here to view our flyer!
WHS ACT Reminder Testing Schedules Graphic

WHS ACT Reminders

Juniors, Please click here to access WHS's ACT Reminders. Updated: 2/21/2021
Aloha Waipahu High School Community, We hope you are staying safe and healthy. We would like to introduce you to Waipahu High School's faculty, department members, and program coordinators who collaborate together to help prepare our students for life after high school. Please complete a short survey after watching the video, it can be accessed through the link: https://forms.gle/ysmcG3WNYEZxgvYL7 We are looking forward to hear your feedback, Mahalo!


Blood Bank Blood Drive

Time: 7 AM – 5 PM
Location: Church of Latter-Day Saints 94-210 Kahuali'i St. WAIPAHU
20 Mar

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