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                                                        Principal’s Message

Dear Parents and Guardians,

It has been a remarkable year of growth here at Aiea High School. Improvements abound and we have overcome many obstacles. Changes aren't easy, but Aiea High School has embraced many changes and challenges this past year with a positive attitude. As we end this school year, let's be sure to appreciate all the stakeholders who have helped to make these improvements happen.

This past month we have had many celebrations and appreciations to address.

Special thank you to the PTSO board and all the volunteers that made our Family Fun Fair happen again this year. As you know the funds raised help our students, teachers, and school. Thank you!

Congratulations go out to Senior Rena Pascual for being our "Citizen of the Year" for AHS. She was the inspiration for many activities here on campus. Her integrity and drive have produced many positive changes. She is the perfect role model and representative of citizenship. We are so proud of her!

We had four students win in the Fleet Reserve Association 2013 American Patriotism Essay Contest. Our two first place winners, Austin Zotomayor and Avery Gilmer received $300.00 and will be entered into the Northwest Regional Level. Priscilla Zheng placed second and Hazelin Tagovailoa took third place. Congratulations! It pays to write and have your voice heard around the world.

This month we honored our students at the Honors and Awards Ceremony on April 22nd. Our Recognition Night was held on April 29th to honor our volunteers and heroes.

"It's Academic" aired on April 30th and then again on May 3rd. Our Aiea team sponsor, Mr. Bill Taylor commented that Aiea High School was well represented by our students.

The month of May holds many events, with Assemblies and Farewells to our dear seniors. We wish them the best graduation ever and hope they always reach for their dreams.

This year was fantastic because of the involvement of all our team members at Aiea High. Go A-TEAM! I want to thank all of our parents, guardians, and community volunteers, we have accomplished so much because of your enthusiasm to help us become better each year. Our support staff at school has been instrumental in providing consistent systems in place, the office staff, custodians, educational assistants, counselors, administrative staff, and part time teachers all contribute to making Aiea High School the school of excellence. We honored our teachers during May Teacher Appreciation Week. Take the time to let them know how you feel about the caring and guidance they have given to your child. People in the education field spend a lot of time away from their own families to support your families. Please let them know what an impact they make on our students, school, and community.

In closing, I just want to impress on you the love and caring I feel for all of our A-TEAm members. We are a school of excellence, with excellent students and adults. I am so proud to be part of this team of individuals and I will work hard to keep us focused on moving our students to be successful and make good choices for their futures. Have a great summer!

"Everything you do is based on the choices you make. It's not your parents, your past relationships, your job, the economy, the weather, an argument or your age that is to blame. You and only you are responsible for every decision and choice you make." - Anonymous Author

Make good choices, make good things happen.... it is all up to you!

Kim Sanders,




























 I look forward to seeing you around the school. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call me at 483-7300.




Kim Sanders

Principal  Aiea High School








































I continue to welcome and to encourage your involvement in our school and your child’s education. If you have any questions or concerns please call me at 483-7300.







Mrs. Kim Sanders





















We continue to welcome and to encourage your involvement in our school and your child’s education. If you have any questions or concerns you may call me at 483-7300.




Kim Sanders,




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