Henry J. Kaiser High School is a WASC-accredited four-year public high school located in the U.S. state of Hawaii, Honolulu.Basic informationNamed after industrialist Henry J. Kaiser, the school opened its doors in 1971, four years after Kaiser's death. Although enrollment has fluctuated throughout the years along with changing community demographics, the school currently serves approximately 1,100 students in grades 9–12. The school's mascot is the Cougar and the school colors are blue and gold.Kaiser High School's mission statement, as laid out on their official website, is: "to ensure that all members have the opportunity to reach their maximum potential, to encourage students to be responsible learners, who are caring and contributing members of society, to provide a safe and supportive learning environment, to provide a balanced and varied curriculum that challenges students to strive for excellence."The Kaiser complex, to which Kaiser High belongs, also includes Āina Haina Elementary, Hahaione Elementary, Kamiloiki Elementary, Koko Head Elementary, Niu Valley Middle Schools.CampusKaiser is situated in Hawaii Kai, a small upper-middle class suburban community in East Honolulu on the island of Oahu. The campus boasts six classroom buildings as well as a number of trailers, office, library, cafeteria, gymnasium, track, football/soccer field, baseball/softball field, tennis courts, and swimming pool. Built on a series of hills, the beautiful open-air campus has a lot of stairs. The driveway leading up to the school is lined with large palm trees, a distinctive feature of the campus, and leads uphill, directly towards Koko Head, a dormant volcano, which is featured on the seal.
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