Message from the Principal
It is time to begin thinking about the courses you will select for the 2018-2019 school year. You may select from the many course offerings described in this guide. With a possible eight credits per year, there are opportunities for you to explore courses of interest to you and to challenge yourself academically. Whatever your course selections, I would encourage you to discuss your career and higher education goals with teachers, counselors, and family members. Once you are as confident as you can be of the path you wish to take, your counselor can help you map out a course plan for success.
It is extremely important that you know and understand the requirements for graduation from high school and for continuing your education, whether it be at the community college level or at a four-year institution. It is equally important that you graduate with marketable skills if you plan to enter the workforce upon graduation from high school. Whichever path you choose, we want to be sure that you are well-prepared to take the next step.
Disa Hauge, Principal
Amy Manthei, WHS Registrar
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STUDENTS HAVE EQUAL ACCESS TO COURSES, PROGRAMS AND SERVICES AT WAIANAE HIGH SCHOOL REGARDLESS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION OR DISABILITY.
Effective with the graduating class of 2016, the minimum course and credit requirements to receive a high school graduation diploma are:
A Hawaii High School Diploma shall be issued to students who meet the above minimum course and credit requirements (Board of Education Policy 4540, 10/4/2011).
Honors Recognition Certificate Requirements
In addition to meeting the requirements for the Hawaii High School Diploma, the following must be met with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above:
This cumulative grade point average applies to all graduates:
Commencement exercises may be scheduled any time after the last day of school for seniors. The last day of school for seniors shall be set by the Hawaii State Department of Education. Students shall be permitted to participate in commencement if they:
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