Early Withdrawal with Credit
A student withdrawing from school will not be given credit if withdrawal is before the end of the semester/year. A withdrawal grade is given and the student is expected to enroll in another school. Exceptions may be made at the end of the school year. Generally the DOE regulations allow for early withdrawal with credit if the withdrawal is within the last three weeks of school. Reason for early withdrawal must be given to the Principal. In the case of military transfers, a copy of the MAC Transportation computer verification of departure date of Permanent Change of Station (PCS) must be submitted in addition to a copy of the student’s plane ticket. For additional details, contact the Registrar’s Office.
High Qualified Teacher Information
As a parent/guardian of a Hawaii Department of Education student, you have the right to know the professional qualifications of the classroom teacher(s) and the educational assistant(s) who instruct your child. Federal law allow you to ask for certain information about your child’s classroom teacher(s) and educational assistant(s).Information for Military Parents and Students
School Support Services is a branch of Child, Youth & School Services (CYSS). The program is responsible for the coordination and assistance of Army school-age youth with educational opportunities and information necessary to achieve academic success.Visit School Support Services website
National Math and Science Initiative
The National Math and Science Initiative was formed to address one of the nation’s greatest economic and intellectual threats - the declining number of students who are prepared for and take rigorous college courses in mathematics and science. To flourish in the 21st century, the United States must continue to generate intellectual capital that can drive the research and development activities that fuel the economic engine of our future prosperity.
Our strategy is to find and promote programs that have demonstrated a significant impact on math and science education in the United States. Initial funding from NMSI comes from Exxon Mobil Corporation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation.Visit NMSI website
Edline is a website that allows Leilehua students and parents to view their child's academic progress. Activation codes are needed to access Edline. If you have any other questions regarding edline please call our main office at (808) 305-3000.Visit the Edline Website
UH Online Tutoring
FREE one-on-one math and science tutoring by University of Hawaii college tutors. Log in to the online tutoring room http://manoa.hawaii.edu/ola/
Monday through Friday, 9am to 10pm for help with classwork and/or homework. Go to Tutoring Site
Get all the information you need about colleges here in Hawaii and around America! The resource is a compilation of every college program that is offered full or part-time online by colleges around the country. The information has was compiled through thousands of college catalogs, and has served as a helpful resource for many high school and college students exploring the possibility of enrolling in online programs from well known schools and local colleges. This database will be updated yearly and will always remain free and open, and my desire is that it will continue to be a great resource for informing students of the types of programs available, so that they are able to find the higher education program right for them.Go to the Online College Resource
Aloha Transition Center - Ph. (808) 305-3031
Leilehua High School is very sensitive to the particular needs of a transient student population. In response to a transient population, the school provides a transition center for all students who transfer in after the school opening. New students are greeted by a transition coordinator who reviews the student's schedule, provides a tour of campus, administers placement tests, reviews school rules and policies then partners the new student with an Aloha Ambassador who further personalizes the orientation process.Visit the Transition Center Page
The mission of Leilehua High School's counseling program is to provide a secure and nurturing environment in order to assist students in addressing the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students. School counselors are professional school advocates who provide support to maximize student potential and academic achievement. School counselors will facilitate the support system in coordination with representatives of the school and community. Our goal is to ensure that all graduates of Leilehua High School are informed and responsible citizens, capable of participating successfully in a global society.
Mule Tracks is Leilehua's newsletter keeping LHS's family informed of important events. Parents will also be able to view current and past issues of the Mule Tracks via this website.
Check out the School Newpaper online!! Cool articles and features written and edited by our very own LHS newswriters!!View LHS Sentinel
All requests to leave campus must be made in writing and submitted between 8:00-8:20 a.m., to the school office. Requests signed by the parent/guardian must include the student's legal name, home telephone number, phone number where parent/guardian may be reached, date & time for release, and reason for the off-campus pass. The student is responsible for presenting his/her off-campus pass on the following school day to teacher(s) of the class(es) missed.
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