Molokai High School

School ID - 421
2140 Farrington Avenue
P.O. Box 158
Ho’olehua, HI 96729
Molokai HS Sign
Phone: (808) 567-7100
Fax: (808) 567-6960

PRINCIPAL Dr. Katina Soares 
Molokai High School graduates honor the past, embrace future innovation and take personal responsibility for delivering excellence.

The mission of Molokai High School is to expand our horizons while utilizing Molokai’s unique community and resources.
Molokai High School (MHS) is the only public high school on the island of Molokai and is located on a 27-acre expanse in the Hawaiian Homestead community of Ho’olehua. MHS was recently awarded a six-year accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. We are a Title I school that services a population of approximately 350 students in grades 9 through 12. The Molokai Complex is part of the Federal Community Eligibility Program providing free meals and transportation to all students. Our school population is a reflection of the greater Molokai community. Our community is an integral focus of our driving mission and vision revised in 2012.

Molokai HIS ArtOur instructional staff is composed of 32 classroom teachers with 81% or more of them having been at the school for 5 years or more. In addition to core subjects and electives, MHS offers Hawaiian Language Immersion, English Learners, Advanced Placement, Honors, Alternative Learning, Advisory, and Special Education programs. MHS has also reestablished its Agriculture and Future Farmers of America program, which provides hands-on experiences in a myriad of farming technologies. Our students also engage in the Science Fair and the HĀ Summit.

We are also in our seventh year of Early College High School, which allows students an opportunity to accrue concurrent credits toward high school and college graduation on campus. Co-curricular activities provide opportunities for participation in several clubs and 24 award-winning, competitive, varsity athletic teams. We also have a 21st Century Community Learning Center, which is a program that provides students with academic support after school and during breaks.

Since July 2005, MHS has operated under the advisement of its School Community Council (SCC), which enables shared decision-making among its administration, faculty, staff, parents, students, and community members to improve student achievement. Along with the school’s Steering Committee, the SCC closely monitors the school’s Academic and Financial Plan and provides recommendations. MHS also interacts with its stakeholders through Ohana Nights, community visits, special presentations, athletics and student activities like May Day, Homecoming and Graduation. MHS faculty also have a Data Team period in their schedule to allow for meetings within the school day to engage in rigorous discussions to improve the school.
WASC Accreditation Western Association of Schools and Colleges - 6 Years
SY 2023-2024
Fall Enrollment