Commencement exercises begin at 5 pm at Aloha Stadium and the ceremony is expected to end at 6:40 pm. Greet the graduates in designated areas of the parking lot. View or download the map below and visit the Aloha Stadium link for additional parking information.
This year we have 42 Summa Cum Laude students of which 16 are valedictorians. The rest of the honor graduate list includes 30 Magna Cum Laude (cumulative 3.5+ to 3.8 grade point average) and 40 Cum Laude (cumulative 3.0 to 3.5 grade point average) students.
Click on the headline to see our honor graduates. We recognize their academic achievements and fulfilling Board of Education Recognition Diploma requirements.
Visit our facebook page to see our Valedictorians at http://facebook.com/jchshawaii
The following 5 students are among the 44 students in the State to earn the CTE Certificate of Achievement by demonstrating proficiencies in research writing, technical knowledge, oral presentation, problem solving, and innovation.
Animation - Andruw Penera (Teacher - Jan Takamatsu)
Clinical Health - Rea-Analyn Ednalino and Kayla Agtang (Teacher - Laura Harada)
Design Technology - Jacob Somera (Teacher - Wendell Tashiro)
Digital Media - Sydney Laciste (Teacher - Jan Takamatsu)
CONGRATULATIONS! Go Sabers!
Please tune in tonight, Thursday May 21 at 7:30pm to PBS Hawaii. Our Saber Media Club will be hosting this episode of HIKI NŌ! Our students have been working tirelessly over the last month organizing 7 short factoid stories from around our campus and community. If you see the kids around campus give them a pat on the back and let them know you saw them on T.V.!
This program encores Saturday, May 23 at 12:30 pm and Sunday, May 24 at 3:00 pm. You can also view HIKI NŌ episodes on the PBS website, www.pbshawaii.org/hikino. Be sure to also check out Saber Media’s Vimeo site at https://vimeo.com/jchssabermedia. We post video segments of the Digital and Broadcast Media classes along with Saber Media video shorts.
In compliance with the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA), we are required to bi-annually notify parents, teachers, staff and employee organizations of the availability of the School’s Management Plan.
The EPA also requires us to perform periodic surveillance of the interior of each school building which contains asbestos-containing building material (ACBM) at least once every six months.
Currently, all other ACBM in the school is in good condition and we will continue to manage them in place, as recommended by our Management Plan. James Campbell High School has undergone school-wide renovation; therefore, ACBM has been removed throughout the school on October 2010.
Our Asbestos Inspection Report and Plan is on file in our School’s Administrative Office. You are welcome to view it at any time during normal school hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Councilmember Ron Menor presented certificates of merit to our newly crowned State Softball Champions during an assembly today. Our girls track team in the relay 4x100 meter, and swimming and diving champions were also recognized. Visit our school's facebook page to view pictures of today's ceremony. http://facebook.com/jchshawaii
Our annual May Fair is on Friday, May 22 after 4th period. View the entire schedule by clicking on headline.
The Graduation 2015 practice schedule is as follows:
Tuesday, May 19 during period 3 & 4 in the gym,
Wednesday, May 20 during periods 1 & 2, in the gym
Thursday, May 21 during periods 1 & 2 in the gym
Friday, May 22 during periods 1 & 2 in the gym
*Tuesday, May 26 during period 1, 2, & 3 @ Aloha Stadium
*All students must take the chartered bus to Aloha Stadium
Congratulations to our phenomenal players, Coach Shag Hermosura, and the coaching staff for winning the championship title. This is the second year in a row that our girls competed in the championship game in a rematch against Mililani.
Read ScoringLive's article and view pictures of the championship game below.
They were recognized for 2nd Place in Overall High School Yearbook at the annual Herff Jones Yearbook Banquet. Mrs. Mastin credits her students and being "blessed with their effort and hard work." This is Mastin's first year at the helm as Campbell's Yearbook and News writing adviser, but acknowledges the previous adviser, Jamielynn Quisano, for providing a good foundation and developing the programs.