SCC

Kaimuki High School, 2705 Kaimuki Ave., Honolulu, HI 96816

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This page provides information to stakeholders about our school’s finances and operations for School Year 2020 - 2021 via our Academic Plan and Comprehensive Financial Plan. Our School Community Council (SCC), made up of our principal, teachers, staff and volunteer community members, helps to craft and approve these plans for the following school year. An election is held annually to set membership on the SCC. If you’re interested in joining our SCC, please contact our principal. Learn more about School Community Councils on the DOE website.

· History & Purpose [VIEW]

· Membership & Operations [VIEW]

· Functions [VIEW]

Community Meetings

We will convene meetings once a month for the broader community to provide input on our Academic Plan and Financial Plan for the following school year.

SCC Meetings:

Here is a schedule of upcoming SCC meetings:

  • August 27, 2020 Agenda

  • October 29, 2020; 4:30 pm Agenda

  • November 19, 2020; 4:30 pm Agenda

  • December 17, 2020; 4:30 pm Agenda

  • January 21, 2021; 4:30 pm Agenda

  • February 18, 2021; 4:30 pm Agenda

  • March 25, 2021; 4:30 pm Agenda

  • April 22, 2021; 4:30 pm Agenda

  • May 20, 2021; 4:30 pm Agenda

Archived Agenda [VIEW]


School Community Councils

School Community Councils (SCC) enable shared decision-making among principals, teachers, parents, students, and community members to improve student achievement.


The SCC is a major part of the overall, decisionmaking structure at each school. It consists of a group of people who are elected by their peers to represent the members of the school community.


The primary role of the SCC is to review and evaluate the Standards Implementation Design (SID) Academic and Financial Plan and to ensure that the needs of all students are addressed.

2019-2020 School Community Council Roster of Members:

Principal: Jamie Dela Cruz

Certificated: David Croft

Classified: Leander Morse

Community: Alison Inouye, Bev Winber,

Parents: Shirley Yokota, Evern Williams

Students: Ariana Agodong, Julian Fojas, Matthew Williams



SCC Agendas: https://bit.ly/2LNpH54

SCC Minutes: https://tinyurl.com/yd9sw9ar

SCC Bylaws: https://goo.gl/iQUnjy

SCC Handbook: https://goo.gl/izbtvW

SCC Nomination Forms: https://goo.gl/xyVVq2

Comprehensive Needs Assessment: https://goo.gl/Gw4f2Y

Academic Plan: https://goo.gl/ySGnrU


Our Story

Kaimuki High School provides a student-centered learning environment aimed at preparing students for college, career, and life through project based learning (PBL). PBL connects the learning to the outside world and allows the learner to know his or her own place in the knowledge advancement community.

In addition to PBL, two major features at KHS that support college, career, and life readiness are Academies and Early College.

The first feature is Academies. Academies are smaller learning communities where all students and teachers are grouped based on interest. Students within an academy see the same core (math, English, science, and social studies) teachers. Electives within the academy are based on the academy’s focus. KHS now has four academies that include Freshman Academy, Hospitality Academy (Culinary Arts, Hotel Operations, and Polynesian Music), Bulldog Academy (CBI and SMI students), and STEM-PAC Academy (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Digital Media, and Theater Arts).

The second feature is Early College (EC). EC allows for high school students to earn college credits while still in high school. Our on-campus EC program, Kaimuki to College (K2C), provides all KHS students, particularly disadvantaged students, with equitable access to college courses. K2C students are provided the necessary supports to help ensure that they are successful in these EC courses. As KHS students mature, they have the option of taking EC courses off campus at Kapiolani Community College and the University of Hawaii at Manoa. KHS’s EC program boasts over 900 credits earned during one school year.

These two features on campus, along with PBL, create the foundation for the faculty and staff to create a student-centered learning environment that will prepare students with 21st Century skills for career, college, and life readiness.