News & Announcements


Seamless Summer Breakfast and Lunch

Free Breakfast and Lunch for all students 18 years old and under. Free meals start on June 5th and ends on July 7th. Breakfast is from 7 AM to 7:30 AM. Lunch 10:30 AM to 12 PM. Students must be able to carry their own plate and consume on site.
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School Community Council Meeting on May 24, 2023

Join the School Community Council Meeting on Wednesday, May 24, virtually or in-person in classroom U101 starting 3:15 PM. Click on the announcement title to view the agenda and google meets link.

PHIS Driver's Education Summer Program

Pāhoa High and Intermediate Driver’s Education is back!

We are starting a new Driver’s Ed Summer Session. Attached is a link to the “Pāhoa High and Intermediate School Driver's Education Sign Up”, and can also be found on the main page of the Pāhoa High and Intermediate website. This is the Driver's Education Student Application Form that has in the past been filled out on paper.

Exploration in Medicine Workshop with JABSOM

On Tuesday, April 4, 2023, 10 of our CTE - Health Pathway students had the opportunity to work with John A. Burns School of Medicine's medical students in various workshops held at Waiakea High School. They experienced using an ultra sound machine as well as practiced suturing skills.
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Parent-Teacher Conference and Testing Bell Schedules

School Year 2022-2023 Testing season will begin Monday, April 3.

Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on Tuesday, April 4th to Thursday, April 6th in the PHIS' Cafeteria at 2:10 PM to 2:55 PM. Students will be dismissed from school at 1 PM.

Click on the announcement title for more information.
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PHIS Summer Program 2023

Are you a Pāhoa High and Intermediate Student, grade 9-12, who needs to make up a core class? Are you an incoming 7th grader or returning 8th grader? Join us for Summer Program! Registration starts April 5, 2023 to May 5, 2023. Click on announcement title to complete application requirements.

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Flag Day

Time: 12 PM
Location: Flagpole


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