'Aiea High School

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Coordinates: 21°19.251′N 157°50.334′W / 21.320850°N 157.838900°W / 21.320850; -157.838900

Aiea High School
98-1276 Ulune Street
'Aiea, Hawaiʻi
United States
Type Public secondary
Established 1961[1]
School district Central District
Principal Shannon Tamashiro[2][3]
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 1280[4]
Campus Suburban
Color(s) Green and white
Mascot Na'Alii
Accreditation Western Association of Schools and Colleges
Yearbook Hanu i Loko o Ka Lewa
Complex Area Aiea-Moanalua-Radford
Complex Schools
  • Aiea Elementary
  • Aiea Intermediate
  • Pearl Ridge Elementary
  • Alvah E. Scott Elementary
  • Waimalu Elementary
  • Gus Webling Elementary

Aiea High School is a public, co-educational college preparatory high school of the Hawaiʻi State Department of Education and serves grades nine through twelve. Established in 1961, 'Aiea High School is located in the 'Aiea CDP in the City and County of Honolulu of the state of Hawaiʻi. It is situated on a former sugar cane plantation overlooking Pearl Harbor at 98-1276 Ulune St, the campus boasts the sculpture Early Spring by Satoru Abe.[5]


Aiea High School was founded in 1961 in a sugarcane plantation town overlooking Pearl Harbor,[1] from a modest beginning of eight buildings which included the cafeteria and the library, AHS has expanded to fifteen buildings. During the past forty-seven years, the school's enrollment has flourished from about two hundred students at its inception to more than 1,280.[4]

Aiea High School is 100% networked for computer/data and video transmissions, the school's Local Area Network (LAN) is connected to the Hawaii State Department of Education's Wide Area Network and provides all networked computers access to the Internet.[1]

In October 2004, SCBM council was transformed to School Community Council (SCC), the SCC composed of elected members of the school's stakeholders, was developed as a result of the enactment of Act 51.[1]

In 1999, Aiea High School was recognized as an outstanding Blue Ribbon School,[1] the Smaller Learning Community (SLC) was formed in 2004 to offer ninth graders a seamless transition to high school. Aiea High School participated in the Focus on Learning (FOL) Self Study process and received its accreditation in June 2006.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d e f "Aiea High School History". Aiea High School. Retrieved 7 February 2012. 
  2. ^ "Aiea High School". 
  3. ^ a b c d "Aiea High School Staff". Aiea High School. Retrieved 7 February 2012. 
  4. ^ a b "Hawaii Public High Schools Ranked by Enrollment". High-Schools.com. Retrieved 7 February 2012. 
  5. ^ "Early Spring at Aiea High School". Art in Public Places Collection. Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts. Retrieved 22 January 2016. 
  6. ^ Honolulu Star Bulletin: "Former KHNL anchor takes on new roles in L.A." September 28, 2002
  7. ^ "TUUFULI UPERESA". profootballarchives.com. Retrieved November 24, 2014. 

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