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!             


Castle Parents of Gr. 9 & 11 students, we need your help. Please take a few minutes to fill out the SY 2015-2016 School Quality Survey (SQS). A paper survey will be sent home or you may fill out the survey online by clicking on the following link:

Parent and Guardian Instruction Letter from Superintendent, K. Matayoshi

We greatly appreciate your time and effort!


Proud to announce Castle High School was awarded $50,000 by Hawaii P-20 Partnerships for Education.

P-20 will be partnering with Castle High to increase the number of students who pursue and succeed in postsecondary education. Hawaii P-20 will support CHS activities with $50,000 from the College Access Challenge Grant to provide outreach services such as AVID and Junior/Senior transition activities on the campus of Windward Community College.

The grant was written to also include funding for AVID training in the elementary schools. Participants will include Puaohala El, Waiahole El, and Kapunahala El.


Congratulations Castle High, proud recipients of the $267,627 Castle Foundation Grant!!!

The grant launches the 1st ever Castle Complex Engineering Pipeline Project focusing on strengthening engineering and STEM curriculum K-12. Awardees are Kaneohe El, King Intermediate, and Castle High School.

Project participants are Chaminade University, Pacific American Foundation, University of Hawaii Manoa, John Yim, Dan Johnson, Malia Vaughn, Danielle Padilla, & Shareen Masumoto


Hey Knight Parents,

Here is a survey is to gather information that will be used in improving the health of your child(ren) and community (one survey per child).  As a reminder, please DO NOT write your or your child’s name on this survey.  This survey can also be accessed on your child's Jupiter Grades portal.  Your participation is valuable and greatly appreciated.

Joel Akimoto
Hawaii Keiki: Healthy & Ready to Learn
Castle-Kahuku Complex Area Nurse Practitioner



Monday, February 8
Periods 1-7

Tuesday, February 9
Periods 1, 3, 5, 7

Wednesday, February 10
Periods 2, 4, 6

Thursday, February 11
Periods 1, 3, 5, 7

Friday, February 12
Periods 2, 4, ADV, 6


Crafters Clearance, White Elephant & Community Garage Sale (an FFC fundraiser for Chromebooks)

Booth Map


Families & Friends of Castle
2015-16 Fund-raiser
Castle High School Hydro-flasks!




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All vocational opportunities, through our Career and Technical Education Program, will be offered without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age. See Attachment 1, Attachment 2 and Attachment 3.

Notice of Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Statement: English or Other Languages