News & Announcements

Bell Schedule

Parent-Teacher Conference - April 10, 11, 12

Aloha Parents and Students. Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on April 10, 11, and 12 in the PHIS' cafeteria starting at 2:10 PM to 2:55 PM. Students will be dismissed from school at 1 PM.
Yearbook Order Form

2024 Pahoa High & Intermediate School Yearbook

Attention Students and Parents, purchase your copy of the Pahoa High & Intermediate School Yearbook 2023-2024 School Year Today! Yearbooks this year will be $25.  It will be a full color yearbook with a laminated softcover to help keep the price reasonable.  Yearbooks will be available the beginning of May.  An announcement will be made when they arrive. Pick-up will be in Room T-102.  Money for yearbooks is due by April 15th.  Click on the announcement title for more information and to print out the Yearbook Order Form.
Filipino Night Flyer

Filipino 'Ohana Night Event April 19 at PHIS

The Filipino ʻOhana Night is organized by the Hawaiʻi Community College. The event is held on Friday, April 19 on Pahoa High & Intermediate School Campus classroom M-101. Free Dinner is available for those who RSVP. learn more on How to Enroll, FAFSA and Scholarshipships, Programs that lead to jobs, and FAFSA Supports.
HawaiiCC Day Flyer

HawaiiCC Day April 20, 2024

Don't miss your chance to connect with topemployers, Hawai’i CC Programs, and community resources at our upcoming Hawai’i Community College Day. Enjoy food for purchase prepared by our Culinary Program and a car show put on by our Auto Body and Repair Program. HawaiiCC Day is on APRIL 20, 2024, starting from 10:00AM to 2:00PM on Hawaii Community College campus.
Kaiaulu La Hana Community Workday 3.29.2024 Flyer

Kaiaulu La Hana Community Workday - March 29, 2024

Volunteers need Pāhoa High and Intermediate in collaboration with CU Hawaii presents Kaiaulu La Hana Community Workday on March 29, 2024 starting from 9 AM to 1 PM. Students, Gaurdians, Parents and Community welcome. Click on the Announcement Title for more information.
Prom Studio

PHIS Prom Studio - Saturday April 13

PHIS Staff and community are gathering together on Saturday  April 13, 2024. The purpose of those few hours together is to give support to our students to look and feel their best. We are not experts but are in need of professional and personal help. We would like to provide a "studio" for students in need to receive support doing their hair and make-up. As you may know prom is a pivotal time and core memory for many, we want to create a day  with many pockets of joy and one they will not forget.
Computer Flyer

Free In-Person Training Computers 001

FREE IN-PERSON TRAINING. Please contact PHIS Community School Coordinator Lei Luiz at [email protected] -0r- (808) 936-8377 to register for the class or scan the QR code to register. Participants without a laptop are eligible for a FREE refurbished computer.

Hosted by Nanawale Community Association 214-855 Kehau Rd, Pāhoa, HI 96778 on Thursday, March 14 starting at 10 AM to 1 PM
Revitalize Puna Poster

10th Revitalize Puna The Puna Food Summit

The Puna Food Summit is an initiative aimed at connecting island resources from seed to table to enhance our community's efficiency and sustainability. The event is free and promises an engaging experience for attendees, including complimentary food from local vendors, over 300 free plant starters, and opportunities for talk story with island decision-makers and government officials. Join on Saturday, March 9th 10 AM to 2 PM at Billy Kenoi (Pahoa District) Park Gym. Click on Announcement title to reserve a spot.
Bus Pass

Quarter 4 Bus School Bus Application Opens

Quarter 4 School Bus Application opens on Friday February 19, 2024. Permanent and temporary pass will only be issued during recess and lunch recess. All bus pass application re valid for one quarter. This is for both paid and free-status riders.
Driver's Education Program

PHIS Driver's Education Program Spring Session

We are starting a new Driver’s Ed Spring Session. The 38-hour classroom portion will be done virtually, and the Behind the Wheel (BTW) will be done in teams of two (2). We are looking to begin as soon as a class is formed. We are limited to the first 14 students who apply online and meet all necessary requirements. A few additional applications may form a “back-up list”. A 2-hour parent/student mandatory meeting will be held shortly to go over all the details. Click on the announcement for more information

Medical Incident Letter - February 6, 2024

Dear Pāhoa High & Intermediate parents and guardians, As part of our commitment to keeping you informed, we are notifying you of a medical incident that occurred today at approximately 10:05 a.m. Click on the announcement Title to read more.
Hui Flyer

PHIS Community School Leadership Hui

Pahoa High & Intermediate Community School program invites you to be a part of the conversation and leaderhship of our school and community on Wednesday January 17, 2024. The meeting will be be held in Classroom M101. To be sure we order enough food, Please RSVP by February 12, 2024 to [email protected] or 808-936-8377.

Principal's Newsletter October and November 2023

Aloha Families - it is the Holiday Season and there is much to celebrate here at PHIS. From the opening of Makahiki last week to our upcoming Hoʻolauleʻa, so much is coming our way. I hope that everyone can take a few minutes in this hectic time to appreciate the many wonderful things going on for our students and the community around us. As always, we are constantly seeking to hear from everyone and try to adapt and change in this ever changing world. But for now, we want to celebrate what is happening and what we are proud of.

Read rest of the Principal's Newsletter and announcements.

School Activities Calendar

Track @ HPA

Time: 3 PM – 4 PM
Location: Hawaii Preparatory Academy, 65-1692 Kohala Mountain Rd, Waimea, HI 96743, USA

Baseball @ Hilo

Time: 3 PM – 4 PM
Location: Francis Wong Stadium, Hoolulu Park, 323 Manono St, Hilo, HI 96720, USA


PHIS is a kīpuka of safety, learning, resource, and guidance for our community. We honor the values of our school and wahi pana wherever our futures may lead.
With this vision, we are aligning to four core values: Pilina, Pono, Kuleana, and Mālama. This vision and these values consistently were brought up in various focus groups with all stakeholders and aligns with what we all know and love about Pāhoa and Puna.



To provide a safe place of learning for all members of the Pahoa High & Intermediate School community where they responsibly prepare for a meaningful, positive future.



Everyone can achieve at Pahoa.