We've raised $18,910 of our $47,000 Goal

Waiakea High School Foundation

The Waiakea High School Foundation was established in October 2004 as a public charitable organization to support Waiakea High School. As a non-profit organization, the Waiakea High School Foundation administers grants to the school to benefit students at Waiakea High School. These grants have helped Waiakea High School establish and support the career academies in varying fields, given funding to service clubs to kokua the community, and supported college readiness and robotics programs. Learn more»

40th Anniversary!

Waiakea High School is celebrating 40 years of educating leaders for the Big Island, Hawai`i, and the world. Alumni include journalists, doctors, politicians, lawyers, engineers, teachers, and more. The Waiakea High School Foundation is committed to supporting the educational efforts of Waiakea High School. 

Would you please support?

To help celebrate Waiakea High School's 40th anniversary, would you please pledge $40 or more to continue to create more opportunities for students by making Waiakea one of the best schools in Hawai`i?

We are building an endowment of $250,000 to further benefit the students and programs at Waiakea High School. We have thus far raised approximately $80,000.


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Help Waiakea High "Celebrate My Drive!"


Help Waiakea High School win $100,000 or $20,000!  Join us in making a commitment to safe driving by going to www.celebratemydrive.com DAILY from Friday, October 18 through Friday, October 26.  You must be 14 and older to vote

Celebrate My Drive was created by State Farm Insurance to help new drivers drife safely..  Remember, 2N2: 2 eyes on the road, 2 hands on the wheel!

Thank You, KTA SuperStores

- The Waiakea High School Foundation thanks Barry Taniguchi and KTA SuperStores for underwriting the costs of our 2013 fundraising efforts, including the WHS Robotics Soccer and Sumo Tournament on June 15.  Funds have been given to the WHS AVID program, which will continue to help selected WHS graduates go on to obtain a college education.  Funds were also allotted to the WHS Robotics Team, who sponsored the tournament.  Thank you to all who participated in the tournament and contributed monetarily to the Foundation!