The King Kekaulike counseling staff can assist students with transition into high school, higher education, and life after graduation as well as help with course selection during the years in high school. The counseling staff also has information on work study, scholarships, dual enrollment, and other opportunities to assist students during and after high school.
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Please see Mrs. Okazaki for a pass to see college speakers. All presentations will be in the library. Thank you.
The Running Start program was created by the Hawaii State Legislature in 2000. This program allows all high school juniors and seniors to apply for enrollment in the University of Hawaii system (except for the Manoa campus) if they:
Students who participate in the program receive dual credit (high school and college) if they successfully complete a course. Detailed information and the application can be accessed at www.hawaii.edu/runningstart.or view the brochure here.
If you have questions on the Running Start program please contact 12th grade counselor, Karla Okazaki: 573-8700 Ext. 233 or 11th grade counselor, Sylvia Frerking: 573-8700 Ext. 232
The Directory of Native Hawaiian Student Programs in the University of Hawai'i system contains valuable information about academic, cultural, and financial resources for Native Hawaiian students, across all 10 University of Hawai'i campuses. Descriptions for the individual programs will state the parameters for student participation, and individuals designated as contacts are available to provide any additional information
To call, dial 573-8701 & Phone Ext. #: