Kapaa High 70th Year Celebration Posted April 26, 2016 by cesaki


Kapaa High School will be celebrating its septuagennial  anniversary this year on September 23rd and 24th.  The event will include a campus tour with cafeteria lunch.   On Saturday, the group will also attend the Homecoming game at Vidinha Stadium(entry fee, lunch and drink included)  Following the game there will be a luau at Smith’s Tropical Garden.

As part of the celebration the Kapaa High School Foundation is also soliciting donations to build picnic tables on campus.


If you are interested please click on the following link.

70th Anniversary Registration Form



  • VIOLET WEST October 11, 2016 at 1:23 am

    Thank you for a wonderful weekend of activities! We enjoyed catching up with classmates and visiting the campus – oh my, how it has changed! The JROTC students were friendly and efficient guides. We certainly appreciated the welcome from the staff and faculty, despite the interruptions we imposed upon them.

    It was inspiring to hear of the successes of the JROTC program. So proud to know that you are raising up strong, smart, confident individuals, ready to engage the future.

    Lunch was delicious but the entertainment was great! It was good to see so many students embracing our beautiful musical culture. The welcoming music in the library was awesome, as was the band’s performances later. Talent continues to abound at KHS!

    Thank you for our assortment of gifts, from the lanyards to the duffle of mementos. What a memorable weekend!

    We posted our few pictures on the Class of ’73 FB page.

  • cesaki October 19, 2016 at 3:01 pm

    Thank you for your support of Kapaa High School. There are a lot of good things happening at the school. The goal of the Kapaa High School Foundation is to provide support to the teachers, coaches, and school administration in their efforts to prepare the students for life beyond high school.
    An African proverb: “It takes a village to raise a child.” We are glad to be part of that “village.”
    Mahalo again for your comments and support.

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