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Student leader from Hilo High School chosen for week-long program in Washington, D.C.

Jessica Valdez, president of Hilo High’s Student Association, and Matthew Darrah president of Kalaheo High’s Student Association, will be heading to Washington D.C. for the 55th annual Washington Week in March. The duo was selected to represent Hawaii at the annual United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP).

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Two students in custody following explosion at Hilo High School

‘It was a huge boom and I thought ‘Holy Moly.’ It was kind of scary’

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Hilo, Waiakea needs Mobi ‘Gear Up and Give Back’ votes

MEDIA RELEASE Maui High, Hilo Intermediate and Waiakea Elementary are currently trying to hold off CastleHigh to earn top honors in the Mobi PCS new “Gear Up and Give Back” program to support island schools statewide. The school with the most votes at 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 31 will receive a cash donation of $10,000. […]

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The project is currently designed to sustain 115 mph winds, which was agreed upon with the State Civil Defense.  During the design phase of the project, the building was planned on the Uniform Building Code in effect when Hawaii County required only 80 mph.  State Civil Defense continues to support the project at 115 mph due to the fact that the gym is intended to be used as an emergency shelter if needed, but not as a hurricane shelter.

New Hilo High School gym project delayed due to high wind requirements

The project is currently designed to sustain 115 mph winds, which was agreed upon with the State Civil Defense. During the design phase of the project, the building was planned on the Uniform Building Code in effect when Hawaii County required only 80 mph. State Civil Defense continues to support the project at 115 mph […]

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Police charged two 20-year-old Hilo men on Wednesday (June 29) for causing extensive damage to a Hilo school campus with graffiti.

Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Section charged Dezmond Marquise Bonaparte and Robert S. Lindbergh at 5:10 p.m. with second-degree criminal property damage after they allegedly caused damage in excess of $2,000 by spraying and writing graffiti on various buildings and fixtures on the Hilo High School campus.

Two cause $2,000 worth of graffiti damage at Hilo High School

Police charged two 20-year-old Hilo men on Wednesday (June 29) for causing extensive damage to a Hilo school campus with graffiti. Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Section charged Dezmond Marquise Bonaparte and Robert S. Lindbergh at 5:10 p.m. with second-degree criminal property damage after they allegedly caused damage in excess of $2,000 by spraying and […]

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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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Governor Linda Lingle has released $9.3 million to the Department of Education (DOE) for capital improvement projects (CIP) at four public schools on O‘ahu. 

The Governor released a $7,800,000 lump sum appropriation that the DOE plans to use for ongoing classroom renovations at Kaimuki High School, Lunalilo Elementary School and the Hawai‘i School for the Deaf and the Blind.

Governor Lingle releases $9.3 million for school improvement projects

Governor Linda Lingle has released $9.3 million to the Department of Education (DOE) for capital improvement projects (CIP) at four public schools on O‘ahu. The Governor released a $7,800,000 lump sum appropriation that the DOE plans to use for ongoing classroom renovations at Kaimuki High School, Lunalilo Elementary School and the Hawai‘i School for the […]

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Funds released to design new Hilo HS gym

Funds released to design new Hilo HS gym

MEDIA RELEASE Gov. Linda Lingle has released $17,250,000 to the Department of Education for capital improvement projects (CIP) and new construction at public schools on Maui, Lanai, Hawaii and Oahu. The four projects are: * Kihei High School – $8 million will be used to acquire land for a new high school in Kihei, Maui. […]

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Divina Medeiros and Paul Battad perform a Bob Marley song. Food, fun, games and local entertainment were featured Saturday (Nov 21). Money raised to benefit the school's clubs and teams.

Hilo High School’s 3rd Annual Ho‘oulu Ha‘aheo

Divina Medeiros and Paul Battad perform a Bob Marley song. Food, fun, games and local entertainment were featured Saturday (Nov 21). Money raised to benefit the school’s clubs and teams.

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Governor's budget proposal under fire as parents urge education funds be used only for education

Rally in Hilo to save teacher jobs and classes

Governor’s budget proposal under fire as parents urge education funds be used only for education

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Lingle releases $670,000 for Hilo High School

MEDIA RELEASE  Gov. Linda Lingle has released $670,000 for two projects at Hilo High School. The projects are in addition to the $1.8 billion public infrastructure construction plan unveiled by Lingle in December 2008 to stimulate the economy and create jobs. “These projects will provide students on the Big Island and other organizations that use […]

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Community service project at Panaewa Zoo

MEDIA RELEASE Panaewa Rainforest Zoo & Gardens are getting a little TLC. East Hawaii Kiwanis Club, Mayor Billy Kenoi, and Key Club, Kiwins, and Builders Club members from Hilo High, Hilo Intermediate, Waiakea High and Waiakea Intermediate schools plan a community service project Monday, Feb. 16 at Panaewa Rainforest Zoo & Gardens.   More than […]

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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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