Vision

All Pearl City graduates will be responsible citizens in the 21st century world of globalization, rapidly expanding technology and increasing cultural diversity.

Mission

The Highlands Intermediate faculty and staff will ensure that all Highlands learners will:

  1. Read and write at or above grade level
  2. Be prepared for 9th grade algebra
  3. Use technology to extend learning in all content areas
  4. Demonstrate responsible citizenship through service learning

Links

  1. The Family Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
  2. Notice of Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Statement
  3. Hawaii Department of Education
  4. Smarter Balanced Assessment Information
  5. PTSA Parent's Guide to Student Success
  6. Water Pollution Prevention

Welcome To Highlands Intermediate School

Announcements


Schedule Change

Reminder, on Wednesday, May 25, school will end at 2:42 pm and on Thursday, May 26, school will end at 1:41 pm


Students who are NOT returning to Highlands Intermediate next year

If you are moving or NOT returning to Highlands Intermediate next year, please stop by the front office and pick up a Request for Student Release form so that we can have your release packet ready to pick up on the last day of school. This packet is needed so that you can register at your new school. 8th grade students who will NOT be attending Pearl City High School next year should also stop by the office to pick up a Request for Release form.

Highlands Intermediate Summer School 2016

Pick up your summer school enrichment and credit recovery packets in the front office. Registration was on Saturday, April 23. You can still turn in application forms and payment to the Front Office during regular business hours.


Early Release

If you are requesting to have your child leave campus early, please send a note to the front office on the morning of the release. Include the following information:

  • The child's legal first and last name.
  • The date and time he/she will be leaving.
  • Name and relationship of the person the child will be leaving with.
  • Parent/guardian's name and phone number for verification.
  • Reason for early release.

Have your child bring the note to the office before school starts. Your child will be given a pass stating the time he/she should report to the office.


If you are picking up your child due to an emergency, please be aware that delays may occur due to verifcation of guardianship and/or locating your child.


The person picking up the child must come in to the office to sign the child out. You will be required to show a photo ID.


The person picking up the child must be listed on the student's emergency card. If they are not, verification will be made before the child is released.

Visitors

All visitors and parents must sign in at the front office and obtain a visitor's pass before entering campus grounds. If you are requesting to see a student, you must present a picture ID. To ensure the safety of your child, verifications will be made before the student is summoned to the office.


No Left Turn

Please note the No Left Turn signs entering and exiting HIS during the morning and afternoon hours. Traffic on Hoolaulea Street is very heavy during these times and creates a hazardous situation when trying to make the left turn. Thank you!

Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act


Upcoming Events

Highlands Intermediate Student Recognition Night, Wednesday, May 25, HIS Cafeteria, 6 pm

Last Day of School, Thursday, May 26>

Summer School begins, Friday, June 3, 2016