Our Island School Since 1913

In case you missed it, here are some of Maui High School's recent news and announcements...
General Reminders
Grab & Go Breakfast and Lunch are available for students. Applicable school meal prices will be charged to student meal accounts.

Location: Main Office Driveway
Breakfast: 7:15am-7:45am
Lunch: 12:15pm-12:45pm
Reminders: Bring ID, Wear A Mask
All school-related athletic activity (practices/games/events/workouts) are suspended until further notice.  There is no athletic activity at this time.
All students and parents have an Infinite Campus login to monitor student academic progress throughout the year. For more info on Infinite Campus you can visit this page on our website:  INFINITE CAMPUS

If you've forgotten your Infinite Campus login you may request it by filling out the following form: Infinite Campus Login/Password Request Form
Counseling, College, Career News
Mid-quarter progress reports were mailed home on 9/14. If you did not receive your child's report, please check if your current mailing address is on file.
Financial Aid Nights
Need money for your child to attend college? Attend a FREE financial aid webinar to learn how to access over $150 billion in grants, loans, and work-study funds to help pay for college!
College Checklist
for Seniors
Seniors, Here is a checklist prepared by our College & Career Center that you can refer to throughout the year as you apply to colleges.
College Presentations
View our calendar of upcoming virtual college presentations. Students interested in attending a presentation should email Ms. Suenaga at dawn.suenaga@mauihigh.org.
Senior Project
The 2020-21 Senior Project Handbook is now available on our website, along with a helpful Sr Project FAQs document.

If you have any SP questions please email Mrs. Joaquin at mhssrproject@mauihigh.org.
Saber Shoutouts
Congratulations to senior Michael Wong on being named a 2021 National Merit Scholar Semi-finalist. Good luck in the Finalist selection next spring!
Congratulations to junior Jaycie Iha on being crowned the 2021 Miss Maui Teen USA. Good luck in the state competition in December!
Family Support News & Resources
P-EBT Food Assistance
Temporary food purchasing assistance is available for families with children who qualify free or reduced-price school meals this school year. For questions, visit https://bit.ly/3ca56oe or email DHS at hi.pebt@dhs.hawaii.gov.

Eligible families can still apply for free or reduced-price meals by Sept. 21 at EZMealApp.com

Qualifying families should update their mailing address with their school by 9/22.
'Ohana Help Desk - Tech Help
Help desk agents are available to assist HIDOE families with their technology questions and issues as students go through their online classes lessons.

Reach out to the ‘Ohana Help Desk at 643-DESK (3375) Mon-Fri from 7am-8pm, Sunday from 4-8pm

or go to ohanahelpdesk.org for 24/7 support.
Hawai'i Keiki Wellness Newsletter
Access the September Baldwin-Kekaulike-Maui Complex Wellness newsletter here:
Health Hotline & Telehealth
HIDOE students and families have FREE access to a health hotline and telehealth services provided by the Hawai‘i Keiki: Healthy and Ready to Learn Program.

This service aims to deliver equitable access to health resources and care for HIDOE students using mobile devices and interactive technology.

The health hotline can be reached at (844) 436-3888 (toll free) Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
Peer Support (Grieving Loss)
Na Keiki O Emalia offers FREE peer support groups for youth who are grieving the death of someone important to them.

For interested kids or teens, there is a link to sign up on their website at nkoemaui.org.
Substance Abuse Support
Maui Youth & Family Services offers confidential substance abuse counseling services to help students with sobriety, positive coping skills, connection, self-awareness, and relapse prevention.

Interested teens should call 808-249-8691 or email services@MYFS.org.
Saber Scribes - Student Journalism
New club. New website. New stories weekly! Check out Maui High's student journalism blog articles at

Community Announcements
Haiku Art Contest
The 69th Cherry Blossom Festival invites Hawai‘i students from grades 3-12 to enter their annual Haiku Art Contest! The theme of the festival is Kibou or “hope” and offers prizes for winners. Postmark deadline is Oct. 3. More information at: http://cbfhawaii.com/haikuart/
Latex Allergy Awareness Creativity Contest
All students grades 9-12 are invited to participate in the 2020 Latex Allergy Awareness Creativity Contest. This year's theme is Living with a Latex Allergy in 2020. All submissions should fit into one of the following categories:
  • Two-dimensional design such as digital or visual media
  • Written word including poems or short stories (maximum of 1500 words)
Submissions are due no later than September 23,2020. One winner will be selected in each category and receive a $50 gift card. View flyer for full details.
660 South Lono Avenue
Kahului, HI 96732
(808) 727-4000