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Olomana Graduates

Congratulations Class of 2021! We are so proud of all of you.

Of the 19 seniors getting Olomana diplomas, 3 have chosen to walk with Kalaheo High School and 4 have chosen to walk with Kailua High School. 11 seniors made history here at Olomana School, as it was the first graduation ceremony on our campus. For the last few years, the administration, teachers, and staff have worked tirelessly to change the negative stigma of a place referred to as the “bad kids school.” We have slowly but surely become a school of choice and these beautiful young scholars made the choice to stay and graduate here. We would like to recognize this yearʻs senior class. Of the 19 graduates, 53% of the class have applied to and have been accepted to college, 37% of the class will be entering the workforce, and 15% of the class have enlisted to protect and serve our country in our armed forces. From all the educators and staff at Olomana School, we would like to wish the graduates a prosperous and joyful future. Mahalo to the graduation committee and all the helpers who made this day possible. Congratulations to the graduates and their ohana.

News & Upcoming Events

Summer Program Offerings

Olomana Summer School

Deadline to register for summer school is this Friday, May 28, 2021. Please contact our Summer School Director, Jo Haili, at (808)307-1630 or email joseph.haili@k12.hi.us if interested. Information about our on-campus Acellus program: Dates: June 3-23, 2021. Time: 8:00-11:20 am Program: Credit Recovery (Acellus) Who: Current Olomana Students Only. Please read the linked document for more details and information on all programs offered.
Storm and Shayana with AR Certificate

Earn Your AR Credits!

Storm and Shayana display their Accelerated Reader certificates. Olomana School students can earn up to two elective credits by reading books like I Survived a Shark Attack and Rebel. Students can log on at https://soraapp.com/welcome/login using their student ID. To sign up contact Ms. Dora Adams at doralyn.adams.k12.hi.us.
Ryan with Gaspro Partners

Exciting Partnership!

Start with an old, discarded metal filing cabinet, drill holes in the back and in the bottom of each drawer. Fill a disposable aluminum pan with charcoal briquets, place in the bottom draw and light. Teachers Ryan Olivares and Lester Higa along with the Tech Ed Crew are partnering with Airgas Gaspro Inc. on Dillingham Boulevard. The company displays our student products such as meat smokers made from 55-gallon drums and filing cabinets. Pictured along with Ryan are GasPro District Manager Chae Lee, Honolulu Manager Justin Kobayashi, and Account Manager Karl Ishigashi.
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'Ohana Help Desk

The ‘Ohana Help Desk is a statewide initiative by the Hawai‘i State Department of Education (HIDOE) to provide technology support to public school students and their parents as they transition to more opportunities for online and blended learning.