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Kohala High’s New Place of Learning

Kohala High’s New Place of Learning

Talia Sanchez, Contributor

November 8, 2019

What do the new Stem buildings at Kohala High school have to offer our students? If you’ve had a class in the new buildings, you know how great a privilege it is.  Did you know the plans for the construction of these buildings started more than a decade ago? The amount of money put into these buildin...

 Going on a Buta…less Hunt

 Going on a Buta…less Hunt

Isaiah Castillo, Contributor

November 5, 2019

Frank DeLima said it best: “We’re going on a buta hunt, we’re going on a buta hunt.” But Delima failed to tell us where to find Kama, the Kohala High School pig. The female pig, which was trapped in Hālawa by Unko Hualalai Keohuloa, the farm manager here at the school, is located somewhere on...

How to Geometry

How to Geometry

Monica Oliveros, Contributor

November 5, 2019

  Right now would be a great time to fix your grades. Finals are almost coming in and there’s a bunch of people worried about what your grades will be. Specifically for math and even more specifically geometry. This interview is going to be all about how to keep up with your geometry class and some...

Aunty Cicely’s Speaks Her Mind

Camille Pinho, Contributor

November 5, 2019

Aunty Cicely was offered a position as a project based coordinator back in June of this summer. After thinking it over, this would be a great opportunity to give back to the very school she graduated from and the community she lives in. As a project based coordinator, Aunty Cicely coordinates all th...

The Dummy’s Guide for Nonathletic Students

The Dummy’s Guide for Nonathletic Students

Sabrina Prentice, Contributor

September 24, 2019

If you hate P.E as much as I do, you’ll want to read this article. P.E is a favorite class among most students at Kohala High. It’s a good opportunity for students to showcase their athletic skills and get all their extra energy out. However, for some students (like myself), P.E is something they d...

What’s Next, Seniors? P1 Colleges: Universities, and Private vs Public Schools.

Gillian Ward

May 16, 2019

For many high school students, just completing their final assignments to graduate requires major mental effort. So the question of what comes after can be extremely intimidating. There are many paths to consider for after high school. Post- high school options include trade school, the armed forces,...

What’s Next, Seniors? P2: Trade Schools

Gillian Ward

May 16, 2019

For many high school students, just completing their final assignments to graduate requires major mental effort. So the question of what comes after can be extremely intimidating. There are many paths to consider for after high school. Post- high school options include trade school, the armed forces,...

What’s Next, Seniors? P3: Enlisting in the Armed Forces

Gillian Ward

May 16, 2019

For many high school students, just completing their final assignments to graduate requires major mental effort. So the question of what comes after can be extremely intimidating. There are many paths to consider for after high school. Post- high school options include trade school, the armed forces,...

What’s Next, Seniors? P4: Entering the Workforce

Gillian Ward

May 16, 2019

For many high school students, just completing their final assignments to graduate requires major mental effort. So the question of what comes after can be extremely intimidating. There are many paths to consider for after high school. Post- high school options include trade school, the armed forces,...

What’s Next, Seniors? P5: Gap Years

Gillian Ward

May 16, 2019

For many high school students, just completing their final assignments to graduate requires major mental effort. So the question of what comes after can be extremely intimidating. There are many paths to consider for after high school. Post- high school options include trade school, the armed forc...

Where Did the Easter Bunny Come From?

Gillian Ward, Reporter

May 9, 2019

Easter is the holiday that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus, but the way the holiday is widely celebrated today doesn't quite reflect religious views. Christian churches do celebrate the victory of Jesus, but many people also celebrate Easter with the secular festivities of Easter egg hunting and...

Kohala Highʻs Teachers and Staff: The Vanished

Kamaile Gusman, Reporter

May 7, 2019

As the 2018-2019 school year comes to an end, many teachers and staff members plan on moving or retiring. Therefore, Kohala Highʻs teachers and staff is unknown for the 2019-2020 school year. Those who will not be here next year are: Mrs. Snelling (Principal) Mrs. Sanborn (Vice Principal) Mrs....

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