Maui High School

School ID - 418
660 S Lono Avenue
Kahului, HI 96732
Maui HS Sign
Phone:(808) 727-4000
Fax:(808) 873-3010

Mr. Jamie Yap
T’ia Joaquin
Maui High is a diverse community where all learners are challenged and supported to achieve personal success.

Maui High: College & Career 
  • Strengthened Sense of Belonging
  • Strengthened Sense of Responsibility
  • Strengthened Sense of Excellence
  • Strengthened Sense of Aloha
  • Strengthened Sense of Total Well-Being
  • Strengthened Sense of Hawai’i
Maui High School in Kahului, Maui serves the central and southeastern districts of the island. The central district is an established, working class, suburban community of residences, small business, and light industry. The south eastern district is a generally transient and newly built community surrounded by large resorts and hotels. We have an ethnically and socioeconomically diverse student population.

Maui High School opened in 1913 in the community of Hamakuapoko, on the north shore. It was the first academic high school on the island and had an initial enrollment of sixteen students. In 1972, the current Maui High School campus opened in the heart of central Maui. We now serve approximately 2000 students.

Maui High is a comprehensive high school, offering extensive academic programs for students in grades 9-12. Our school is driven by pathways where students select and complete a course of study within the school curriculum. Career and Technical Education offerings include Arts and Communication, Health Services, Industrial Engineering Technology, Business Management and Technology, Public and Human Services and Natural Resources. Additional pathways include Visual and Performing Arts, and World Languages.

Maui High is an AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determinism) Certified School and many of our teachers are AVID trained. We offer open enrollment for our numerous Advanced Placement courses and are growing our Dual Enrollment course selection, which affords students the chance to earn both high school and college credit, simultaneously. Our 9th grade core teachers have formed a Transition Team with the primary objective of making the transition from middle-school to high-school smoother for our freshmen. Each 12th grader participates in a Senior Project. This experience allows students to use their knowledge and skills in a real-world application and helps prepare them for college and careers.

In addition to our numerous academic programs and opportunities Maui High offers a vast array of extracurricular activities. These include our award-winning Saber athletic teams and our service-oriented student clubs.

In 2017, the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) accredited Maui High School for a full six-year term. Our self-study was thorough and enlightening and can be found on our website at
WASC Accreditation Western Association of Schools and Colleges - 6 Years
  Maui Band Class  
SY 2023-2024
Fall Enrollment