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DoE 2014 Graduation Dates
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Department announces 2014 graduation dates

News Release from Hawaii DoE 16-Apr-2014

The Hawaii State Department of Education is announcing its 2014 graduation dates for more than 60 schools, including public high schools and charter schools. In all, there will be approximately 11,000 students graduating from public schools this year. Graduation dates begin in late May with the ceremonies for Pahoa on Hawaii Island on Sunday, May 18.

Aiea Fri., May 30 6:00 PM Aloha Stadium  
Anuenue Sat., May 24 10:30 AM School Campus  
Baldwin Fri., May 23 6:00 PM War Memorial Stadium  
Campbell Wed., May 28 5:00 PM Aloha Stadium  
Castle Sat., May 24 5:30 PM School Athletic Field  
Connections TBA TBA TBA Charter
Education Laboratory Fri., May 23 5:30 PM Andrews Outdoor Theatre - UH at Manoa Charter
Farrington Sat., May 24 4:00 PM School Amphitheater  
Hakipuu Learning Center TBA TBA TBA Charter
Halau Ku Mana TBA TBA TBA Charter
Halau Lokahi TBA TBA TBA Charter
Hana Sat., May 24 3:30 PM School Field  
Hawaii Academy of Arts & Science Fri., May 23 4:00 PM HAAS PavilionSchool Campus Charter
Hawaii School for the Deaf & the Blind Wed., May 22 TBA School Campus  
Hawaii Technology Academy Wed., May 28 3:00 PM Filipino Community Center Charter
Hilo Fri., May 23 5:00 PM Edith Kanakaole Stadium  
Honokaa Sat., May 24 10:00 AM The Armory/Gymnasium  
Kahuku Thurs., May 22 6:00 PM BYUH Cannon Center  
Kailua Sat., May 24 6:00 PM School Football Field on Campus  
Kaimuki Sat., May 24 5:00 PM Waikiki Shell  
Kaiser Fri., May 23 6:30 PM School Field  
Kalaheo Wed., May 28 6:30 PM Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall  
Kalani Tues., May 20 6:30 PM Neal S. Blaisdell Arena  
Kamaile Academy Sat., May 24 4:00 PM Kamaile Field/School Campus Charter
Kanu o ka 'Aina Fri., May 30 10:00 AM Kahilu Theater Charter
Kapaa Fri., May 23 6:30 PM Kapaa New Town Ball Park  
Kapolei Fri., May 23 6:00 PM School Stadium  
Kau Fri., May 23 4:30 PM School Gymnasium  
Kauai Fri., May 23 5:30 PM Vidinha Stadium  
Kawaikini TBA TBA TBA Charter
Ke Ana La'ahana TBA TBA TBA Charter
Ke Kula o Samuel M. Kamakau Sat., May 31 12:00 PM School Campus Charter
Keaau Fri., May 23 4:00 PM School Stadium  
Kealakehe Sat., May 24 6:00 PM Kealakehe High School Football Field  
Kihei Fri., May 23 5:00 PM Wailea Marriott Kahoolawe Lawn Charter
King Kekaulike Thurs., May 22 6:00 PM School Stadium  
Kohala Sat., May 24 3:00 PM Kamehameha Park - Hisaoka Gymnasium  
Konawaena Sat., May 24 9:00 AM Julian Yates Athletic Field  
Kua O Ka La TBA TBA TBA Charter
Kula Aupuni Niihau A Kahelelani Aloha TBA TBA TBA Charter
Lahainaluna Sun., May 25 6:30 PM Boarders' Field  
Lanai Sat., May 24 2:00 PM School Gymnasium  
Laupahoehoe TBA TBA TBA Charter
Leilehua Fri., May 23 6:00 PM School Stadium  
Maui Sat., May 24 5:00 PM War Memorial Stadium  
McKinley Sun., May 25 5:00 PM School Campus  
Mililani Sun., May 25 5:00 PM Aloha Stadium  
Moanalua Thurs., May 22 5:30 PM School Athletic Field  
Molokai Fri., May 23 5:00 PM School Gymnasium  
Myron B. Thompson Academy Fri., May 23 5:30 PM Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall Charter
Nanakuli Sat., May 24 5:00 PM School Stadium  
Olomana Tues., May 27 10:30 AM School Campus (HYCF); Curriculum Fair 10:00  
Pahoa Sun., May 18 5:30 PM Civic Auditorium (Hilo)  
Pearl City Sat., May 24 5:00 PM Aloha Stadium  
Radford Fri., May 23 6:00 PM Aloha Stadium  
Roosevelt Sat., May 24 5:30 PM School Stadium  
Waiakea Sat., May 24 6:00 PM Edith Kanakaole Stadium  
Waialua Sat., May 24 5:30 PM School Athletic Field
Waianae Fri., May 23 6:00 PM WHS Raymond Torii Field  
Waimea Fri., May 23 6:30 PM School Front Lawn  
Waipahu Tues., May 27 6:00 PM Neal S. Blaisdell Arena  
West Hawaii Explorations Academy Fri., May 23 5:00 PM School Campus Charter

About the Hawaii State Department of Education

The Hawaii State Department of Education is the ninth-largest U.S. school district and the only statewide educational system in the country. It is comprised of 255 schools and 33 charter schools, and serves more than 185,000 students. King Kamehameha III established Hawaii’s public school system in 1840. The DOE is in the midst of a range of historic efforts to transform its public education system to ensure graduates succeed in college or careers.


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