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Off Track: Lahainaluna High School

April 18, 2020

In Hawaii, what high school you graduated from is often among the questions asked when you first meet someone. Public versus private, old versus new, town versus county, island versus island – some high school rivalries continue well into graduates’ old age.

The Images of Old Hawaii website periodically publishes articles about various high schools around the state. We will post links about these Hawaii high schools on their website. 

The missionaries who arrived in Lāhainā in 1823 explained to the Hawaiian Royalty the importance of an educational institution.

In 1823, Kalākua Kaheiheimālie (ke Aliʻi Hoapili wahine, wife of Governor Hoapili) offered the American missionaries a tract of land on the slopes surrounding Puʻu Paʻupaʻu for the creation of a high school.

When Lahainaluna High School first opened, Lāhainā was the capital of the kingdom of Hawaiʻi, and it was a bustling seaport for the Pacific whaling fleet.

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President Theodore Roosevelt High School
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Hilo High School
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Henry Perrine Baldwin High School
St. Louis School
Waialua High School
James B. Castle High School
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Punahou School
Sacred Hearts Academy
Paia/(Old) Maui High School
La Pietra / Hawaii School for Girls
Hawai‘i Preparatory Academy

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