Over 300 Waianae High School students are getting a head start on their college success. Join them by taking free college courses right here on campus. Applications are now being accepted for Early College High School - Summer and Fall semesters. For additional information, talk to your counselor, stop by the CCC, or visit us online at whsccc.weebly.com/programs.
DECA Club is hosting a Love is Blind: Masquerade. This school dance will be held February 17th from 6 to 10:30PM in the school cafeteria. Tickets will be sold during lunch on the lanai or after school in room P-10. Tickets are $3 per person or 2 for $5 until February 10th. See Ms. Alcos for more details.
All students interested in attending the UH Manoa Experience or Open House scheduled for Saturday, February 25, 10AM - 1PM can stop by the CCC for more information. Bus transportation and lunch will be provided by the METS Program.
Please remember our School Based Health Center on our campus on the 2nd floor of "B" building above the student health room. The health center is a partnership between our school and the Wai'anae Coast Comprehensive Health Center to ensure all of our health care needs are available on campus. Right now they are working with Kaiser so that those of us with Kaiser insurance can be seen there. However, students with Tricare insurance have to be seen by Tricare health providers.
Our school based health center offers services such as TB tests, sports physicals, help with issues such as headaches or sore throats or any other "sick-needs". They can even send prescriptions to the pharmacy of your choice. All that is needed is a consent to be filled out by your parent or guardian. But don't let that stop you. If you need to see them for anything, they can always call your parent guardian and get consent to see you over the phone and send you home with a paper consent to bring back. Each paper consent signed lasts the entire time we are students at WHS. Also, if your doctor is other than Kaiser or Tricare and is not at the comprehensive , you can still be seen in the school clinic and still keep your primary doctor. If you have no insurance, the healthcare center can help you apply! Make sure your stop by to see them today
If you're interested in the health field or just want to make a positive change in your community, check out the newest club on campus, the Student Health Leadership Hui, partnered with the Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center's School-Based Health Center. Meetings are held every Monday from 2:30pm-3:30pm in Rm. U204. Contact the health center for more information.
Attention all students Waianae's JROTC program is hosting a canned food drive on 3rd and 4th of Novemberat lunch. Please come and donate to help support the homeless.
Another great competition this weekend for our JROTC cadets! They participated and competed at the Waianae Military Civilian Advisory Council sponsored Veteran's Parade and Drill Meet, held last Saturday at Waianae Mall. The Armed Exhibition Drill Team placed 2nd in their category. Another win for the record books for the Drill Team and a continued motivation for their competitive journey to the Golden Bear National Drill Meet in the spring. Congrats again to all of the Searider Battalion and your continued success.
DECA's first official meeting will be held this Wednesday, October 19th after school in room P-10. All who are interested please come on time ready to get down to "business".
Seniors! have you signed up for Project Grad yet? You still have time to pay the $25 non-refundable deposit and then you may start fundraising to help off-set the remaining $175 by Dec 31, 2106. Our first fundraising event will be brownies, please stop by the CCC and see Mrs. Popa for the pre-order forms ASAP. Thank you The Project Grad Committee.
The College Club is sponsoring a College Logo Thursday prize giveaway. Every Thursday during lunch stop by the CCC wearing your college logo shirt, button, lanyard, etc. and fill out an entry form. Prizes are awarded on the last Thursday of each month. Students, Faculty and Staff are encouraged to participate. Students must be present to win.
Our College Club Meeting moved to this Thursday, October 6 during lunch in the CCC. We'll be discussing various ways to fund your college education. New members are welcome to join as well.
We're looking for student volunteers to work at the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk on Saturday, Oct. 22 from 5:00-11:30 am. We will provide bus transportation to & from the event. Come to the Student Activities Office at Shop 2 to get more information & to sign up
Do you know that you can save 3 lives when you donate one pint of blood? If you are 17 years old or older, you can donate blood at our Blood Drive on Monday, Oct. 3. It's a great way to help your community. Pick up a form at the Student Activities Office at Shop 2 or see a HOSA club member.
The Student Union Council would like to thank the class advisors: Ms. Shimoda, Ms. Baniqued, Mr. Kubota, Ms. Domingo, Mr. Mitchell and Ms. Burley and the class participants for all of the time & energy they put in and stress they endured in the efforts to make this a successful homecoming week. We'd also like to thank the curriculum coaches, the JROTC instructors and cadets, the office, custodial and security staff, the Registrar's Office, the PE Dept, Searider Productions, National Honor Society, the band & cheerleaders, Ms. Oshiro, Mr. Endo, Coach Young, the Admin Team, the library staff, the tech coordinators and judges for their support. And mahalo to the entire faculty and staff for participating in homecoming through dressing up and allowing the students to be released early & their minds on homecoming. We couldn't have done it without you!
If you want to join a challenging and intellectual club, then think about signing up for this brand new club. Our first meeting will be on Friday, September 16 during lunch/recess in A104. We will also be picking the officer positions and deciding on what we want to cover, etc.
Join us all week for the 2016 Homecoming Festivities. Check the schedule of activities: dress up themes, lunch lounge, pep rally, co-ed dance, cheer, skit and backdrop competitions. Watch the game against Radford & the Court Presentation Friday night, Sept. 16.
If you need to make up credits to graduate this year, please see your counselor for an application. Preference will be given to Jrs/Srs graduating this year.
Come to the Student Activities Office at Shop 2 to vote in the Homecoming Court General Elections during lunch on Wednesday, Sept. 7. The top three king and queen candidates need your vote to determine who will be Mr. & Ms. Football; Mr. & Ms. Sports & the Homecoming King and Queen. If you voted last week oin the Primary, you CAN vote in the General.
The College Club is sponsoring a College Logo Thursday Prize Giveaway. Every Thursday stop by the CCC during lunch to show off your college apparel and fill out an entry form to enter to win gift cards or other prizes. Students, faculty and staff are all eligible to participate. Winners will be announced on the last Thursday of the month. For September we are giving away four FREE admission tickets to Wet'N Wild Hawaii.
Free breakfast for everyone served between 7:00am - 8:00am. Free lunch is for everyone and you are entitled to take a free student ID at the beginning of each school year. If you didn't take one yet, please do so by Sept 1, 2016. This is the cut off date for no ID, no lunch. Once you get your school id, take a picture of your id on your phone just in case you lose your id or you forgot it at home. You will be able to show this to the cashiers to receive your breakfast and lunch.
Acceptable ids for breakfast and lunch:
Join us for our College Club Meeting scheduled for Thursday, August 25 in the CCC during lunch. All grade levels are welcome!
The Nanakuli High and Intermediate School Performing Arts Center is accepting new students for 2016-2017 school year. Any student in grades 4 to 12 from any public school (including public charter schools) interested in acting, singing, and dance is welcome to join. There is no cost to participate in NPAC and middle and high school students may be eligible to san an elective credit. Class runs from 4 to 6 pm every weekday but students can register for only one day a week or more. To register for NPAC, student and parent attends one of the following registration dates at the NHIS multi-purpose cafe. You may come anytime between the listed times. Process will take no longer than 45 minutes as student will be measured for costumes and parent will fill out forms.
July 30, 2016: Saturday: 10 am to 1 pm
August 4, 2016: Thursday: 4 pm to 7 pm
August 6, 2016: Saturday: 10 am to 1 pm
Go to www.nhispac.com or call 305-7725 for more information.
The library's 4th Annual Book Giveaway will occur from May 12 till the end of school. Come by before school, lunchtime, and after school to get summer reading material.
Download the Overdrive app on your device, find Waianae High School Library, and use your 10 digit student number to login. With Overdrive, you can use audiobooks and ebooks all summer long.
Aloha Seariders, Want to learn how to play an instrument and represent your school in a positive way?! Wai'anae Searider Band is recruiting for the 2016-2017 school year! Please stop by the band room and see Ms. Tom after school until the last day of school for more info on how to participate next school year!