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Kapolei High School Freshman Class Elections
8th Graders - Do you want to be on Student Council at Kapolei High School?.... (read more)

Social Studies Night
Please join us on Thursday, December 3.... (read more)

Renew Your Quarterly Bus Pass
Quarter 2 bus passes will expire soon.... (read more)

Honolulu Festival Art Contest
The Honolulu Festival is conducting an art contest.... (read more)

Clothing Drive
Please come drop off clothing in.... (read more)

New Friend Fridays
Want to make a new friend? Join your classmates for New Friend Fridays!.... (read more)

Turkey Trot
Participants will race a course around campus.... (read more)

School Bus Service To Malanai/ Kapolei Knolls
Bus service to the Malanai/Kapolei Knolls area will be reinstated in January 2016.... (read more)

National Essay Contest
The theme for this years essay contest is.... (read more)


Vision &

Vision: Kapolei Middle School is an enthusiastic community that promotes life-long learning and success.

Mission: The mission of Kapolei Middle School is to assure the social and academic growth of every child so that each has the knowledge and ability to be successful in high school.





Turkey Trot Bell Schedule


Prohibited Use of Electronic Smoking Devices

Any possession and/or use of electronic cigarettes.will be considered a Class C offense.

 View the memo


Kapolei High School Registration

Registration for Kapolei High School is upon us.  Please see the video below for information on the registration process.

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CPK Fundraiser

Gift card fundraiser in support of: Kapolei Middle School

Start date: November 16, 2015
End date: December 18, 2015
Purchase online HERE

Questions? Contact Terry Bunkley 693-7025 ex. 236 or

 View the flyer



Track Appeal

If you are not satisfied with the track your child has been placed in for next school year, please use the following form to request for a different track.

 View track appeal form

Most Commonly Used School Links
AVID, Advancement Via Individual Determination, is an elementary through postsecondary college readiness system that is designed to increase school-wide learning and performance. The AVID system accelerates student learning, uses research based methods of effective instruction, provides meaningful and motivational professional development, and acts as a catalyst for systemic reform and change.

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Important School Information

2015-2016 School Calendar
Click here for this year's student calendar

Warrior Times
View the student led newspaper of Kapolei Middle School.

Hawaii Common Core
View this link for information about the State of Hawaii's education standards.
School Community Council
Use this link to follow the activities of our SCC.
Academic Financial Plan
Use this link to see how KMS aligns its budget
to the academic needs of its students.
Student Information Privacy
Follow this link to find out more about Student Information Privacy and FERPA.
Non-Discrimination/ Anti-Harassment Notices
Follow these links to view the Non-Discrimination and Anti Harassment notices as set forth by the Department of Education
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Surveillance Cameras on Campus

   Over the past several months, Kapolei Middle School has experienced a rash of vandalism against school property. We reported over ten incidents of individuals coming on school property during the night and breaking our windowpanes. Over forty windowpanes have been damaged during this time period.
   As a result of this senseless act of vandalism, Kapolei Middle School will invest in surveillance cameras to improve the safety and security of our school. The intent of the use of video surveillance cameras is to deter outsiders from entering our campus for inappropriate purposes, and to deter students from inappropriate behaviors.
   The surveillance cameras will be situated in areas that are considered public places - exterior of buildings and other open areas on campus. The video tapes will be erased or written over within ten (10) calendar days of the recording unless an incident is recorded that involves the violation of law or of Chapter 8-19 rules.
   The surveillance cameras will be used for school monitoring and safety. Hopefully, the surveillance cameras will prove to be a deterrent to help prevent incidents from occurring on our campus. This senseless act of vandalism is costly to the State of Hawaii, and diminishes the beauty of our school.
   If there are any questions or concerns, please contact Mr. Bruce Naguwa, at 693-7025. Thank you very much for your support.
On-going Student Activities
Intersession Ideas
Here are tips for students to keep up with their school work while on intersession.