Knight Pride demonstrating Character * Commitment * Competence        VISION “A Learning and Caring Community That Works Together For The Benefit Of Its Students To Be College and Career Ready And Where All Are Committed To Excellence”       MISSION “We Are Dedicated To Foster A Connection Between Living And Learning”       UKnighted We Stand         5Rs 96744 Respect, Responsibility, Resourcefulness, Relationships, Resiliency    Know it! Live it! Teach it!

Welcome to Castle High School!             

Need a place where you can get some homework done?
Need some extra help and tutoring?
Need a computer to finish that project that is due?
Need to make that fourth quarter push to finish the year strong?
COME TO CASTLE's CAFE (Children and Family Enrichment) TUTORING PROGRAM!

Coordinator and Tutor - Joseph Wu
Tutor - Neil Bowers
Tutor - Bobbye Yamamoto

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PARENTS & STUDENTS – Incoming Freshmen; and 2015-16 Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors…
MB900199333[1]Looking for Something For Your Teen To Do This Summer?

“SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES FOR   HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS”
Monday, April 27, 2015
6:30pm in our library
Parents & Guardians welcome!  We’ll give you some suggestions on how-to make your teen’s summer worthwhile and interesting, AND how-to-stay-on-track-with school: 

  • Gain hands-on experiences in the real world;
  • Explore what Windward Community College and other post-high school facilities have to offer high school students AND graduating seniors;
  • MC900138777[1]Learn the ‘tricks’ to improve your score on standardized tests (SAT prep at CHS);
  • Paid internships right here in our community (applications & contacts available);
  • Work Permit information;
  • Volunteer opportunities close to home or in town;
  • Online skill-building sites;
  • ‘Summer Bridge’ - Transition into Castle High School easier; 

A collaboration between Windward Community College, Castle’s College & Career Resource Center, Castle’s Summer Bridge Program, Achieve 3000, “Families & Friends of Castle”, and PCNC.   Questions – 233-5600 ext. 2236 / Kathy_Martin@notes.k12.hi.us.

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FINAL REPORT CARDS
For students in the 9th-11th grades:  report cards will be mailed home ONLY if a self-addressed stamped envelope is submitted to the Registrar's Office.  Envelopes may also be submitted to the homeroom teacher or to Box 127 in the main office.  Please include the student's name on the envelope. Report cards will also be available for pick-up during the last week of June from 8:00am -12:00 noon at the Registrar’s Office.    –Darcy Wakayama, Registrar

 

Announcements

REVISED as of 4/9/2015! SMARTER BALANCED TESTING SCHEDULE, April 20 - May 1 (The bell schedule remains the same, but the periods will rotate). Juniors, please look at the flier to see what group you are in and report directly to your testing site on your designated days. All other students will report to their class periods as usual.

Monday, April 20
Periods 1-7

Tuesday, April 21
Periods 1, 3, 5, 7

Wednesday, April 22
Periods 2, 4, 6

Thursday, April 23
Periods 5, 7, 1, 3

Friday, April 24
Periods 6, 2, PTP, 4

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Applications for summer driver education are now available in the administration office, box #117. The summer session begins on June 8 and ends July 10; Monday thru Friday; from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. A lottery for summer session will be held on May 15, parent/student meeting on May 27, and first day of class on June 8. To qualify you must be 15 years and 6 months by June, possess a Learners Permit, attend ALL classes, and you and your parent MUST attend the parent/student meeting.

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RHYTHM OF LIFE”…A contemporary dance
concert showcasing the art  of resiliency,
April 24, 25, & 26, and May 1, 2, & 3, 2015
Show times are Fridays and Saturdays  at 7:30 pm
and Sundays at 3:00pm.  Don’t miss Castle’s talented dancers – DanceForce - in a performance of various dance styles inspired by resilience. 

The Arts & Media SLC will also be presenting projects as a part of our collaborative unit, including various art projects and public service announcements.  All tickets are $10 reserved and can be purchased on line with no fees at www.showtix4u.com.  For additional information please call 233-5626.  Thank you for your support of Castle DanceForce and the Arts & Media SLC!   

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CASTLE ‘HO’IKE’…Please join us for our 21st  Annual ‘Ho’ike’ at Castle's Ron Bright Theater on Friday, May 9th. and Saturday, May 10th.
Again this year we will feature over 200 Castle students in concert featuring the music of Tonga, Samoa, Tahiti, and Hawaii.  Tickets will be available from any music or dance student, and can also be purchased at the door.  Come join us for an evening of celebration and culmination of a year of study and practice! 

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Summer Bridge 2015

Second Semester - Exam Week Bell Schedule (SY 2014 - 2015)

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The track is now open to the public M-F only from 3:30 to 6:30p

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                               

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