We've raised $18,910 of our $47,000 Goal

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The Waiakea High School Foundation was established in October 2004 as a public charitable organization to support Waiakea High School. As a non-profit organization, the Waiakea High School Foundation has acted as a conduit to administer grants to the school which has benefited the students at Waiakea High School. These grants have helped Waiakea High School establish and support the career academies in varying fields and has also helped support the Robotics Program.

AVID Program

AVID, Advancement Via Individual Determination, is a college readiness system for elementary through higher education that is designed to increase schoolwide learning and performance. Read more


WHS Robotics Program

WHS Foundation supports Waiakea High School Robotics. Waiakea Robotics gives high school students the opportunity to design and build cutting edge robots. They learn valuable engineering skills, and having fun doing it. Read more

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Thank You, KTA SuperStores

- The Waiakea High School Foundation thanks Barry Taniguchi and KTA SuperStores for underwriting the costs of our 2013 fundraising efforts, including the WHS Robotics Soccer and Sumo Tournament on June 15.  Funds have been given to the WHS AVID program, which will continue to help selected WHS graduates go on to obtain a college education.  Funds were also allotted to the WHS Robotics Team, who sponsored the tournament.  Thank you to all who participated in the tournament and contributed monetarily to the Foundation!