• Kohala Places 3rd in States for Division 2 Boys Basketball March 9, 2015

  • TMT Protests continue

    TMT Protests continue

    Valerie Hageraats, Reporter

    April 27, 2015

    The TMT (Thirty Meter Telescope) being built on Mauna Kea is causing huge controversy worldwide. TMT is also a non-profit corporation. The 18 story tall and 1.44 acre telescope will be the largest telescope in the world when it is completed in 2024, although plans for even bigger telescopes are already... READ MORE »»

  • Shoe Donations

    Shoe Donations

    Kailena Kaaekuahiwi, Reporter

    March 31, 2015

    On Monday, March 23, The Fairmont Orchid, Hawai`i was delighted to donate gently used Reebok athletic gear to the students of Kohala High School for use during athletic practices and physical education classes. The hotel had a surplus of the Fairmont Fit athletic gear, and when they learned that the... READ MORE »»

  • Kohala High School gets a new mural

    Kohala High School gets a new mural

    Nicole Castillo, Reporter

    March 10, 2015

    Over the past years Kohala High School has been getting new murals put up around the school and this March Kohala High welcomes a new mural through the Hawaii Meth Project. The Mural consists of a beautiful background of marine animals and the words NOT EVEN ONCE in the middle of the mural. Not Even... READ MORE »»

    Kohala High students posed with the artists of the Not Even Once Mural Project at the mural's dedication on March 6. The NEOMP works in conjunction with the Hawaii Meth Project to encourage everyone to live drug free lives. This was their 10th mural in Hawaii.

  • We Are Proud of You Cowboys!

    We Are Proud of You Cowboys!

    Nicole Castillo, Reporter

    February 23, 2015

    Congrats to another great season Cowboys. This season they won all 13 of their regular scheduled games. They have now qualified to go to states. With only 9 players on the team they manage to take down almost every team that comes in their way.  The secret weapon to winning is the most important part... READ MORE »»

  • Kohala High School Earns Bronze Medal Recognition

    Kohala High School Earns Bronze Medal Recognition

    Kassie Kometani, Editor

    April 29, 2014

    Every year, U.S. News ranks more than 31,000 schools from all 5o states. The most notable schools are awarded a gold, silver, or bronze medal based on their performance on state assessments along with how well they prepare students for college. To be eligible for a state ranking, schools must receive... READ MORE »»

Student government applications available

Kiera Javillonar, Reporter

The upcoming school year is coming to a near. Positions for student government are still open for Sophomores and Juniors. Do you have ideas to make your class better? Student government could be the leadership opportunity...  Read More »

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2015 Hurricane Season

Maya Anderson, Reporter

We're only two weeks away from the next hurricane season to start which runs from June 1 to November 30. The average number of tropical depressions, tropical  storms and hurricanes is about four to five per year. El Nino...  Read More »

May 22, 2015 • 0 comments

Update on Kilauea Eruption

Maya Anderson, Reporter

A series earthquakes and shifting ground on the slopes of Kilauea have scientists wondering what would happen next at one of the world's most active volcanoes. A lake of lava near the summit of Kilauea has risen to a record-high...  Read More »

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Spring football practice begins

Kiera Javillonar, Reporter

Football training for the school year of 2015-16 has begun! Practice is from 4:30-6:30pm at Kohala High School. Players are to meet at the equipment room and have cleats,...  Read More »

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Kohala Softball Girls get recognized by BIIF

May 22, 2015

Track HHSAA

May 21, 2015

Way to go Cowgirl and Cowboy!

May 14, 2015

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Summer’s Top Travel Destinations

Zoe Lawrence, Reporter

If you're like me, you can't stand to sit around in one place, or on one island, for too long. Most of the students are either taking a holiday this summer or graduating and are quite eager to visit new places and try new...  Read More »

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Kohala Hospital Charitable Foundation Fundraiser

Maya Anderson, Reporter

The Kohala Hospital Charitable Foundation Fundraiser took place on Saturday, May 16 at Kahua Ranch. The theme of the fundraiser was "Beer, Boots, Brats, and BBQ".  They held a silent auction, live auction,...  Read More »

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Riding the School Bus

May 26, 2015

Life Hacks For The Aspiring College Student

May 22, 2015

The School Year is Almost Over!

May 22, 2015

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  • Last Dance of the School Year

    On Friday, May 22 STUCO will be holding the last dance of the school year. Students that would like to attend the dance can get permission forms in th...

  • Summer’s Top Travel Destinations

    If you're like me, you can't stand to sit around in one place, or on one island, for too long. Most of the students are either taking a holiday this s...

  • Book of The Month- May 2015

    As our school year comes to a grinding halt, many of us lose interest in our former academic pursuits, and may begin to lose some of the knowledge we ...

  • Book of the Month- April 2015

    To Kill A Mockingbird Author: Harper Lee My choice for this months' BOTM was chosen for it's powerful dialogue, insightful messages, and moving th...

  • Book Of The Month – March 2015

    My pick for the book of the month was chosen because of its creative and individualistic use of imagery throughout the text, as well as it’s enraptu...

  • Competing For The Top

    During our Homecoming week we held our girls powder puff flag and boys powder puff dance. The Sophomore and Junior girls played in the first game whic...

  • 2015 Astrology Forecast

    ARIES: (21 March - 19 April) Sign of the Ram. Adventurous, innovative, daredevil, confident, smug, impulsive, arrogant. Ruled by Mars. Advice for 2...

  • Christmas Traditions

    Many families put up a tree in a house and Santa Clause comes down the chimney and puts presents under the tree. Some kids don't get to experience the...

  • 44th Annual Kona Coffee Cultural Festival

    The 44th Annual Kona Coffee Cultural Festival was held November 7-16. I went on November 15th and got to perform at the Keauhou shopping center.  At ...

  • Halloween is Coming Soon!

    Halloween is a time of the year when people of all ages dress up and go trick-or-treating. October 31st is dedicated to remembering the dead. Trick re...