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Career Day Offers Insight, Reality

January 30, 2015

Cosmetologists, firefighters, television producers, news anchors, fashion designers, dancers and choreographers, zoologists, marine... READ MORE »»

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Builders shape recycled wood back to life

Lauren Galdeano, Duncan Rodda, Reporters
January 30, 2015

Building and Construction students worked on a quarter long project that forced them to recycle, while using their carpentry skills. Teacher... READ MORE »»

Caption: Adison Pieske (12) took about two months to create a table top using wood he found on campus and bottle caps from work.Photo by Lauren Galdeano

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Annual Japanese exchange deepens cultural experience

Algeo Rosario, Editor
January 30, 2015

Japanese language teacher Mark Kanetsuna’s students experienced more of the Japanese culture when 16 students from Shizuoka, Japan... READ MORE »»

Caption: Japanese Club and language students take a group photograph with sophomores from Shoyo High School. “It was really fun to see and experience what they brought over for us,” Kahlin Baughman (12) said, on learning calligraphy and a dance from the visiting group.

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Ten Years of Transitioning, Still Going Strong

Sam Kinnard, Erika Purseglove, Reporters
January 22, 2015

Former Principal Robert Stevens recounts the history behind the Transition, at the ten-year celebration on Dec. 5. Principal James... READ MORE »»

Caption: Fourteen student facilitators volunteer their time to assist new students as they work to ensure the integration of transfers to the school and community. In order to become a Transition Center facilitator, the student submits an application, passes an interview, and undergoes training.

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Donors Step Up to Aid Community

Algeo Rosario, Editor
January 22, 2015

Hawaii residents don’t always have adequate food, clothes, school supplies, or even blood. In December, senior and junior leadership... READ MORE »»

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National Art Honor Society Volunteer, Paint Murals

Submitted by National Art Honor Society
October 14, 2014

The National Art Honor Society is a visual arts based honor society that consists of members who have earned at least a 3.5 GPA in... READ MORE »»

Caption: National Art Honor Society officers pose in front of their art classroom. Officers are (left to right) Treasurer Anna Pigott (11), Vice President Brittany Kelly, President Samantha Mann (12), President Ashley Caywood (12), Historian Sinamen MaGee (12), and Secretary Robert Wood (12).

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Ten Years of Transitioning, Still Going Strong

Sam Kinnard, Erika Purseglove, Reporters

Former Principal Robert Stevens recounts the history behind the Transition, at the ten-year celebration on Dec. 5. Principal James Sunday  credits  the Transition Center... Read more »

January 22, 2015 • 0 comments

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Seniors make news with interships

The RamPage, Reporters

Oliana Moe Senior Oliana Moe is usually in the spotlight for emceeing student activities and assemblies. However, her pursuits outside of school cast a brighter light on her... Read more »

January 30, 2015 • 0 comments

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Peer Ed spreads awareness, education

Alexa Conrad, Reporter

Visitors walking into or by the Peer Education classroom may see, on any given day, a beauty pageant queen or an escorted group of female inmates speaking to a captive audience.... Read more »

January 30, 2015 • 0 comments

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