The last of the cap and gowns have arrived. If you were waiting for this shipment, please come pick it up in J-101, Mrs. Joyo's room, as soon as possible. Thank you
2016 Maui High Yearbook Distribution will be held on Friday April 29 and Monday May 2, 2016 during LUNCH ONLY. Look for the signs and report to C-Building to claim your book. Books will be distributed by class (Freshman, Sophomore, etc.) so get in the correct line, please.
-Bring an ID! No, ID, no yearbook.
-Students may NOT pick up books for others.
-DON'T even think about asking for your book early.
A VERY LIMITED number of books will be available for sale for $50 at distribution. Also, 8-page autograph inserts will be sold for $2.
Students who are interested in taking Eschool Hawaii online courses next school year should register with their respective counselors as soon as possible. Courses are free and the course listings can be found on:
Students who are interested in taking Summer Eschool Hawaii online courses should have their parents register them directly online beginning May 5, 2016. Cost is $95 per .5 credit and the course listings can be found on:
*Please remember that to be successful in an online course, self-motivation is the most important characteristic a student should have. The student must also have a computer and have the ability to do the following:
Able to do word processing and understands how to use it.
Knows how to use the Thesaurus and spell check.
Can save a file, find them after they’re saved, and save them in different formats.
Have an understanding of Internet technologies, such as search engines, browsers, browser plug-ins (PDF, QuickTime, Real Audio), html, and FTP.
Seniors- there will be song practice on WEDNESDAY May 4 and May 11 during lunch period in the Gym. Lyrics to the class song was emailed to your mauihigh.org accounts. Please memorize the entire song prior to song practice. Come on time and please take graduation rehearsals seriously as it is a formal event.
Every year, on National Teacher Appreciation Day, the MHS Parent-Community Network Center coordinates a Teacher Appreciation Breakfast Buffet. This event gives our parents, students, and community an opportunity to collectively give a token of appreciation to the outstanding staff and faculty we have here at Maui High School. Please consider the numerous ways a teacher has made a difference in your child’s life. Please contribute toward this special event to thank them for it!
Seabury Hall Parent's Organization presents a FREE screening of "The Hunting Ground" in recognition of April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Please see the attached flyer for details on this event happening Thursday, April 21 from 6:00-7:30pm at Cooper House Dining Hall, Seabury Hall.
The Freshmen/Sophomore Banquet will be held on May 13th from 5:30-9:30pm in the M.H.S. gym.
The Aloha Assembly is coming up on Wednesday, May 18th. Please submit your pictures/videos for the slideshow to: email@example.com or upload your pictures to the folder sent by Zoe Whitney.
Label files as the grades they were taken (ie: Elementary, Senior, etc).
Deadline is Friday, April 15th at 9pm
Help MHS be green and earn green by supporting our participation in the Berry Company’s 8th annual Outdated Phone Directory Recycling Contest. Collect outdated phone directories and bring them to the Maui Disposal Co. or MHS PCNC office between April 15 - May 15, 2016. All participating schools will earn points based on the volume of directories recycled. Top schools will earn a cash prize for their success in this effort! (more)
Maui High School Arts and Communication will be printing graduation posters for $35. Payments and designs are due by May 3rd at 3pm to C105. There will be a $5 late fee for orders placed after this date (You will also be put on a wait list if you don't meet the deadline).
Baldwin High School is offering summer school for students who need to recover a credit for English, Math or PE. Students should see their respective counselors to verify which course they need to register for. Applications can be picked up in B100 or found online on Baldwin High School's website. Registration forms must be turned in to Baldwin High School's Front Office.
Spring football practice for all Maui High students will be held from May 2-6 & 9-10. Practices will be from 3:45-6:30 each day at our Varsity field. To make the team, each player must earn a minimum of 120 points by the start of school. Attending off-season strength and conditioning is very important to earn points. A current physical and parent consent form must be on file with our athletic trainers to participate.
Congratulation to Vinz Dguio and Alyanna Pastrana in qualifying to compete on the national level in SkillsUSA. Vinz will be representing Hawaii in the Carpentry contest, and Alyanna in the Cabinet Making contest. They are both asking for donations to help cover the cost to compete in Kentucky this summer. If you would like to help them please email their advisor Julio Bayez at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 808-727-4084. Mahalo for your support.
Smoothies for sale after school from 2:00pm to 2:30pm at the gym concession stand on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Cost is $4. Proceeds will benefit ACOM, Project Grad and Robotics.
Maui High School's Business Department has created a new app for Maui High School. This new app was developed to keep all students, faculty and alumni up to date with all activities, athletics and announcements at Maui High. The name of the app is "Keep Me In The Loop" and you can download it for FREE on your Android or Apple device. Go to the Google Play store or the Apple App Store and use the search words "MAUI HIGH SABERS" to locate the app. Breakfast and Lunch menus, academic announcements and Jupitergrades are all at your fingertips with this app. Try the Maui High School app for free today and you won't be disappointed.
By now, every student and parent should have accessed Jupiter Grades. This will be a vital tool for students, teachers, and parents throughout the year. If you have any questions or need assistance in using Jupiter Grades please contact the PCNC, Stacy Woodson. 727-4051 / email@example.com
Congratulations to our Post Secondary Counselor, Mr. Tad Iwata, who will be featured as the Outstanding Educator on ‘Mufi’s Island Favorites’ radio show, hosted by former Honolulu Mayor Mufi Hanneman. Tune in to Kool Gold 107.9 on Saturday, AUG. 15th, between 12noon and 1:00pm to catch his interview or go to http://1079koolgold.com to listen live online!
Welcome Class of 2017! We've created a page just for your class so that you have information to be prepared for the first day of school. Click on the link for information relating to your class.
Summer registration dates have been set for current students. Please report with your class only on the days/times specified. If you have any questions, please contact our office at 873-3000.
Congratulations to Christopher Kim and Gabriel Salazar. Their video, "Supershrimp: A Closer Look Into the Hawaiian Opae'ula", was awarded 2nd place in the National Ocean Sciences Bowl 2013 'Living on the Ocean Planet' Video Contest....