Congratulations Shannon Rowe!

Congratulations Shannon Rowe, for receiving the award as Outstanding Educator!!! Maui High School is lucky to have you!

Maui High Receives Special Olympics Recognition

Maui High School puts a lot of effort into having sports and activities not just for those without disabilities, but for those with disabilities. It is because of their efforts to provide inclusive sporting activities for all students that they have received National Banner Recognition as a Special Olympics Unified Champion School.

Maui High School is among the top 30 school in the country for the Special Olympics Champion Schools National Recognition Program.  ESPN  will be presenting the Top 5 schools with a Special Olympics Unified Champion School National Banner this evening.

Congratulations Maui High on making sports and activities accessible for all students! Good luck tonight!

National Merit Scholar

Congratulations Laney Flanagan! Laney, a Maui High School Senior, has won the National Merit Scholarship. Laney was chosen from 15,000 finalists! She is the lucky recipient of  $2,500 to help offset some of her college expenses.

Selection is based on academics, grades, subject difficulty, testings, and leadership qualities. These things along with a letter of recommendation and an essay are judged by a committee.

Laney plans on majoring in chemistry. We are sure she will succeed in whatever field she chooses. Congratulations again!


Congratulations Maui High!

Congratulations to both the Maui High School boys and girls tennis teams! The girls tennis won their first ever title with a win over Lanai. The boys beat out Lahainaluna to claim their first championship title since 2014.

This is the first time since Baldwin in 2009 that both the boys and the girls teams have won a championship together.  Congratulations to all the players on both teams and your historic season!

Maui High School Teacher Receives Top Honor

Maui High School Teacher Keith Imada received the Woodie Flowers Finalist Award at the FIRST in Hawaii Robotics Competition. To be considered for the award, you must be nominated by students. To win the award, you must be considered an outstanding leader who inspires and empowers their team.

This is Keith Imada first time receiving this award. He is now a finalist to receive the national award. All this years regional and district winners will be up against Imada at the Houston World Championships in April.

Congratulations Keith Imada and best of luck to you in Houston!