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PBS lauds high schools for outstanding work in Season One

Kealakehe High School scoops Hiki No Award

PBS lauds high schools for outstanding work in Season One

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Four honored with Sarah Rosenberg Memorial Foundation Scholarships

Kealakehe High School Class of 2011

Four honored with Sarah Rosenberg Memorial Foundation Scholarships

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Kealakehe High School robotics hoike (May 18)

Kealakehe High School robotics hoike (May 18)

MEDIA RELEASE Kealakehe High School’s robotics team will celebrate its year of success at a community outreach event 5-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 18 at Kealakehe High School, M103. The team competed in its first Hawaii VEX championship tournament. The team placed first in Hawaii’s Robotics Competition and competed in two championships placing second at the […]

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Waiakea, Kealakehe robotics students head to championships

Waiakea, Kealakehe robotics students head to championships

MEDIA RELEASE Waialua High, McKinley High and Kealakehe High School robotics teams won this year’s FIRST in Hawaii Regional Robotics Competition, qualifying them to move on to the 2011 FIRST Robotics Championship at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Missouri, April 27-30. In all, six teams from Hawaii schools have secured spots in the […]

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Kealakehe school trespasser charged

Kealakehe school trespasser charged

MEDIA RELEASE On Wednesday (Dec. 15) at 1:15 p.m., detectives with the Area II Criminal Investigations Section charged Justin Matias with first-degree criminal trespass, first-degree terroristic threatening, first-degree promoting a detrimental drug, first-degree promoting a dangerous drug and possessing drug paraphernalia. Matias remains in custody at the Kona police station cellblock in lieu of $32,000 […]

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A total of 288 seniors walked the line Saturday, May 23 at Kealakehe High School. Principal Wilfred Murakami was among the speakers to congratulate the students, who spent Saturday night celebrating at Project Grad in the school's gym.

Graduation 2010: Kealakehe High School

A total of 288 seniors walked the line Saturday, May 23 at Kealakehe High School. Principal Wilfred Murakami was among the speakers to congratulate the students, who spent Saturday night celebrating at Project Grad in the school’s gym.

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Teams of local middle and high school students competed today using underwater robots that they designed and built over the past weeks and months.  At the University of Hawaii at Hilo Student Life Center Pool, students used their underwater robots, known as remotely-operated vehicles (ROVs), to navigate the precarious terrain of active undersea volcanoes in a mock setting.

Hilo High and Highlands Intermediate advance to international underwater robotics competition

Teams of local middle and high school students competed today using underwater robots that they designed and built over the past weeks and months. At the University of Hawaii at Hilo Student Life Center Pool, students used their underwater robots, known as remotely-operated vehicles (ROVs), to navigate the precarious terrain of active undersea volcanoes in […]

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Kealakehe seeks donations for Project Grad Night

Kealakehe seeks donations for Project Grad Night

MEDIA RELEASE Kealakehe High School’s Project Grad is seeking donations to support its graduation night program Saturday, May 22, 2010. Project Grad offers a drug free/alcohol free celebration for all Kealakehe High School Seniors on graduation day, starting right after graduation ceremonies. This year Project Grad is being held at the Gym/Pool in Kailua-Kona and […]

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Kealakehe High School celebrates May Day

Kealakehe High School celebrates May Day

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Isle high schoolers testing their LifeSmarts

MEDIA RELEASE Students from three Big Island high schools are competing this weekend for a spot in a national consumer education contest in St. Louis. The Hawaii LifeSmarts State Competition is set for 9 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 7 at the state Capitol auditorium. Keaau High School will defend its LifeSmarts Champion title against Hilo, Kealakehe […]

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